The episode is somehow predictable to me. Probably just a wild guess, but I got the plot figure out once I saw the bus massacre. What saved the episode for me are Tim Kang (he was one of the 2 eye candies with Owen Yeoman before he and Amanda Righetti retired from the show) and his family name in the episode (the first time ever that the unsub has Thai family name in Criminal Minds .. i was so obsessed with how the characters pronounced it more than following the plot :D silly me) as well as how Reid and Tara discussed about synchronicity. Reid usually bonds intellectually with someone who will eventually leave the show (Gideon for 2 seasons, then Blake for another 2 seasons along with lovely Maeve in season 9 briefly, and now Tara who guest-stars) ... For me, after 11 years of working in BAU, he should be allowed to have a counterpart in the academic aspect on the daily basis. Anyway I am having high hope for the next episode. Please give us something impressively gloomy. So far this season it is still on the average level to me.
This is one of few shows I am following which makes me genuinely smile from their humour. I can't wait for the new season! :)
So... Damon is in a coffin "sleeping" three years into the future until Elena "wakes" up. Which also means that Bonnie is still alive for at least three more years as far as we know since Damon hasn't been previously awakened. My observation= This means we already have the answer to all the hopeful viewers of a Bonnie/Damon love thingie happening. There IS NONE! It probably also means the newest brood of baddies have been defeated since Damon is no longer fighting them and sleeping. That is until this new hunter who seems to be a female arrives. (someone we saw before?) So doesn't this mean everything we are watching this season is for nothing? For me be better if they just switched the show to three years later where Damon is woke up by his desperate brother and we get a one episode flashback that just explains the whole previous three years and move on from there like they do in the movies. One thing puzzles me though... the final episode of last season showed where Elena was entombed become old and ravaged thru the years like it was abandoned. The two coffins(one was Damon's) looked new and not even dusty for three years later. So is there a further future coming? I prefer the present. Don't like flashbacks/flashforwards.
I feel like if we were actually to get any answers of the dynamic behind Liz and Red, its going to come from the Tom (Jacob?)/Ressler hook up since I think Tom knows more. I have this latest theory that Red honestly doesn't know if he is Liz's father or anything and that he has deliberately decided to not learn but that he was one of three men and the one actually in love with her mother. I sort of feel like the Blacklist will suddenly have a parental warning before the episode where Dembe either escapes or is rescued....I suspect if Tom learns about his capture, he may lead Ressler on a rescue mission to, well, basically get the same information. What might be interesting though is Dembe might tell Tom because he basically seems to view Liz as a little sister and knows whatever else there is about Tom, he loves her. I am anxious for Liz to start taking more agency in this whole thing, I sense that she and Red are now on offense her skill sets are more useful.
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The writers at Castle should take note on how the writers here have played an interesting story, with a couple that respects each others, fights, can be who they are and still trust each other enough to make it threw for each other, without one of them looking like either crazy or like a puppy following his owner.
Okay what did I miss? She is pregnant or no? I watched and still don't know what that was about. I think I don't care. Seriously, Shonda really needs to do something with Alex. I've always said he's great with Meredith. Arizona, Callie, April, Jackson, etc. Do something with these people
I watched the webseries on Hulu, and the Shadow is definitely Phoebe, Quentin's sister.
Hmm I had mixed feelings about this episode. If everyone is going to be writing and discussing the "Elena diary entry" every single time, it will ruin it. Can they ever get over Nina's departure? It is ridiculous to make it so Elena is what kept everyone together or friendly with each other. It is a childish and annoying concept. People can act independently and I know Bonnie and Damon would have made a badass team without knowing her anyway. I don't see the chemistry with Steroline either, however I do see the Enzoline chemistry but this show has proved to shove the wrong ships together. I do like the Heretics story unfolding. Wish there was a hot male heretic though. I like the bromance/tension going around between the brothers and Alaric. I would like to see Bamon unfold without Elena centerpiece but it seems like dullena fans are holding the show hostage so it won't happen since clearly the 3 year jump has Damon stating to only wake him up when the prodigal daughter returns. Guess being chained to a coffin makes better ratings than being chained to a cave (Katherine). I mean why have Damon have something significant and real without a doppleganger curse? Cause that would be true redemption for Damon. Well at east Stefan figured it out even though Caroline to me isn't it. Still it is better than Stelena. Guess I'll check in once in a while cause it is hard to watch and listen when Nina gets mentioned every couple of seconds. The actress moved on too bad TVD doesn't do the same.
April and Jackson NEED to work things out!
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