I guessed that Ramse was the witness and I think he's not aging because he is lost in time so the rules of the universe do apply, maybe he won't start aging again until he catches up to his own time? I loved that he was the moral center of the show and even though I understand his need to protect his future son, his willingness to sacrifice millions and millions of people to ensure that is not rational. I too want to know about Olivia, is she also a time-traveler and that's why she isn't aging or is it something else, and who is the father she speaks of? Also when the amulets were combined was that the beginning of the red forest that Cole dreams of? Ramse and the Army of the 12 Monkeys is preserving the time-line but Cole being back in 2015 is something they don't know about and can't plan for, so he and Cassie will have an affect on how things proceed from this point forward. I'm wondering what Dr. Jones will be doing now that project splinter is effectively shut-down? And what of Whitley, his disappointment and disillusionment was heartbreaking, what will he do now?
I was offended by the idea of the smuggling issue. Not the reasons behind it--I'm sensitive to the needs of people who can't afford medications, but I also know how sensitive criminal investigations are. If (or should I say when) the smuggling is eventually discovered, it would have called SO MUCH of their evidence into question that it really should not have been condoned, even casually. And for Bones herself not to understand the logic in that is out of character.
TOTALLY disagree with TOM and LIZZZy -- their chemistry has JUST started... they didn't have it before but with his new spy-ness, and hotness, it just works, I LOVE it!
Thank you Ms Tran - for your insight. You obviously know your TV characters in depth. As a Native Hawaiian, our culture is built on loving and respecting each other. Often we meet & greet with kisses and an open embrace. I have been married for 46 years. I do admit that there were temptations that like Derek might have led to disaster. Because he caught himself and immediately went home, shows that he had that twinge of reality remind him of his true love. What about your own reaction to a situation where you are aroused by a chance encounter? How would you explain that to a suspicious husband? Hence my question...really?
Plenty of shirtless Arrow in this episode which does absolutely zilch for me, objectively know the two main leads are attractive, subjectively doesn't hit me where it should. LOlGood luck to you with Ray, think I'll pass. I finished doing a massive re watch of Lost and was reminded how important it was to develop the characters in a way that made you care regardless of how crazy the story line might have been. Find these new shows too cartoonish to make me want to care.
I agree with you, but unfortunately even if the writers and creators heard your pleas this season has been recorded and edited. The most one can do is hope and if it's going down the tube, abandon the series. I think including Crowly/Castiel as regulars was a mistake from the beginning, since it narrowed the field Sam and Dean faced - not for the better. Even MOW episodes like this one tend to be a bore, because they're ostensibly part of the Crowley/Castiel universe.
@Carol: I can see how some viewers can believe that Fitz and Mellie were in love during that flashback because they made them appear to be newly married, freshly in -love. Watching that episode, I thought the writers were re-writing Mellie and Fitz story to make them appear they were in love, and if not for the rape, they would have made it. It was the "Everything's Coming Up Mellie" episode that gave the Mellie character fans and made people feel sorry for her. After that episode, Mellie could do no wrong in some fans eyes because they blamed it all on the rape, and for some reason, they also blamed it on Fitz. Also, during the scene in the Episode of "the fluffer" Fitz insinuated that if if Mellie had not denied him affection for 10 years, he would never have went looking for someone else - he would have made the marriage work. He gave the impression that because Mellie denied him affection for 10 years, he started the affair with Olivia. But of course, there have been plenty of scenes in which the writers wanted us to believe that Mellie and Fitz's marriage was nothing more than a partnership and was not based on love. For example, Mellie acknowledged that their marriage was a partner ship, a scene where she stated that marriage was pretend and make believe, a scene with Fitz explaining how Mellie's father sold her to Big Jerry to be Fitz wife, and a scene when she was asking Fitz what does deep love feel like because she never experienced it. As Blu said, the writers have a bad habit of changing story to further the plot. The biggest rewriting of story was between Fitz and Olivia. That last scene in "No More Blood" between Fitz and Olivia when Olivia got upset with Fitz for going to war - it had my blood boiling because it made it seem as if their whole relationship was a lie. It seems as if the writers were reading posts from the fans, with many fans defending Fitz and remembering how many times Fitz has tried to leave the Office to be with Olivia and the writers answered the fans by blowing their whole relationship up in the form of Olivia's speech. There are so many scenes in previous episodes (too numerous to mention), that contradicted everything that Olivia said to Fitz. Even though I loved the scene of Olivia and Fitz and the Ring (truthfully, I like all their scenes together), once again, TOO ME, it makes no sense and if you could explain it to me, I would greatly appreciated it. Truthfully, I would have rather her come to the realization of what Fitz sacrificed for her either through a conversation between her and Fitz or a conversation between her and a therapist. Olivia does not know there was a coup and the pressure Fitz was under or if Andrew was the one behind the kidnapping. She more than likely doesn't even know that Mellie was in agreement with Fitz and moved him forward in his decision to declare war to rescue Olivia. The writers should have really fleshed this out - who knows, she might have had a different reaction or at least understood the pressure Fitz was under.
lol i feel your pain, but super heroes are flavor of the month. & i want to give shirtless Ray a last chance to win me over! *hangs head in shame*
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