While I respect your opinion, I do not agree with saying that the stand-alone episode was bad. Personally, a steady diet of Moloch can get VERY boring, because then it seems that the writers can't think of anything else to do. And I have enjoyed how they have worked other story lines into this show. You have to remember, The X-Files did the same thing. While the main story line was aliens, they also encountered weird creatures. This enhanced the show; it did not hurt it (and the SH producers have admitted that TXF was part of their inspiration). Now, you said that you rolled your eyes at Hawley. I like Hawley. You cannot have a show with only six characters and no guest stars. There are going to be ones that recur on a regular basis. I don't recall people complaining this much over Andy Brooks or Luke Morales, two recurring roles from season 1. Again, The X-Files did this. While Skinner did not star in every episode, he had a few that were dedicated to him and no one felt the need to "roll" their eyes. Same with the Cigarette-Smoking Man and the Lone Gunmen. Give these other SH characters a chance. Yes, I agree that Frank Irving and Jenny Mills were pushed into the background in order to concentrate more on the Crane backstory; but as long as the show is renewed, the writers can make up for this in season 3. As for separating Abbie and Ichabod, I did not like that. But they were back last night and in fighting form. The problem is the whole "divide and conquer" that they talked about. The person doing the "divide and conquer" is Katrina. She is driving a wedge between the Witnesses. Probably because she is selfish. Things seem to be improving between the two, though. Let's hope. Frank is not a vampire. Remember when he returned, he downed a whole carton of milk. Vampires do not drink milk. He is something of the undead, but we are not sure what yet. Many television shows go through a sophomore slump. And then they emerge stronger than ever and continue for several seasons. I would not be surprised if season 3 rocks. I am not giving up on the show.
I wanna like this show, I really do. Which is why I keep watching every week. But it doesn't make sense. Does she still think one of the guys she dated is the killer? That never made sense from the get go. A killer/cyber stalker is after you and he knows you know he's after you. There's no way he would agree to go on a date with you. I may not be able to profile a killer but I know more than the averge person about computers. And I know for a fact they would never do that. Cyber stalking, in that capacity is all about remaining anonymous.....Pls tie up the loose ends in this show.
I don't know, this killer might just get off on actually going out with her. Or maybe working with her. I think he relishes being close to her without her knowing just how close he is. At the same time, he likes toying with her from a distance. He wants to see his twisted machinations have an affect on her. It'll be interesting to see just how close this killer has been all along once his identity is revealed.
It has crossed my mind it could be Tommy too. And I find myself trying to match voices to the killer's narrative.
See I could buy that in any other situation. But not this one. If she didn't know it might be one of those guys, I would buy it. If she knew it was one of those guys and he didn't know she knows, I would buy it, but she knows, he knows she knows, and he knows the cops are after him. There's no way he would give the cops a lead like that. Unless he really wanted to get caught. I'm sure it's not the guy she went out on a date with but that whole angle shouldn't have been included......I've suspected it was the cop guy because he obviously has a crush on her but after the car/trunk thing I'm not sure anymore. I still think it's him but I dread how they'll explain him intentionally locking his self in the trunk and ramming it into a pole.
5. Sarah Salvatore? Are you guys playing dumb? Sarah is the new Elena. Enzo is going after her to hurt Stefan and will end up falling in love with her. Predictable, but I'm still in for the ride.
Great Interview. Literally the only one i've read, where she's been asked about a Meta ability. Cool. Can't wait to see what they do with Journalist Iris West. And if she can hurry up and realize she is just as madly, deeply in love with Barry as he is with her, that would be nice too.
Not really a catchphrases but everytime I hear the word "sistra" from Helena (Orphan Black) it make me smile .
I love Kitty. She's so nice and patient with Sherlock. Joan is rude and condescending to Sherlock. She acts like she HATES Sherlock and it shows on her face. Sherlock is nothing but nice to her and mentors her. All she does is give him attitudes. Kitty is a nice change for once.
Awesome Carissa! I commend you for this Q&A with Candice Patton (Iris West Allen). We are so looking forward to writers and show-runners integrating Iris more fully into the storyline. I know creators love The Flash comic lore and therefore understand Iris' importance in that story. So, I have faith that they will get there. Unfortunately patience is not a virtue for audiences these days...so hurry writers!!!!
How did Frank sprain his ankle-did he drink too much? This guy swills more Scotch and wine in an hour to make the viewers feel a little buzzed.
That was my first thought, too. I assumed an alcohol-related accident. Since he doesn't drive, I figure the big dummy just fell down a flight of stairs after a night of boozing and playing slap-and-tickle with his daughter.
Bring the show back or sell it to Netflix at least let them look after the show if you don't want it
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