I never had a problem with Finn, or how he suddenly became a killer. He was always very sweet, a good kid, and the pacifist. But he was fine as long as he could make sure that Clarke stayed alive, and Raven as well. Bellamy was able to establish himself as a leader, and not in a good way, and Clarke did as well, due to her medical knowledge. Bellamy and Clarke started to become a team, and it worked well, as the fact that they could not agree and fought in the beginning, is what has eventually made them become great leaders. They all became violent, killed people, in order to survive, but Finn was not as strong as the two of them and Raven. He snapped when he saw the watch,i.e.. a psychotic break, and he killed 18 people, because he wanted to make sure Clarke was safe. Some people get stronger and stronger in a fight for survival, and some people become stronger, but to a point, which is why he was triggered by the watch. He even said, that she was all he cared about, and he really wasn't looking for their friends. The fact that he broke, shot the guy in the head, proved he was unstable, as his violent behavior kept escalating, until he saw Clarke. It would have been more interesting to explore his character, as it seems as if loving someone and caring for them, is how he kept himself alive, ie. was able to process the trauma of their violent life on the ground. Perhaps the writers could have drawn his story out, and we could have spent more time watching him destabilize, but this still worked for me.
Robin Hood and Regina Mills - ONCE UPON A TIME
Although in both perspectives Cole is waving a gun, he is still my favorite character. In both perspectives he proudly declared his deep love of Allison. In episode 1 or 2 Allison tells Jeffries she has to get home to her son, yet tonight, in Noah's version, they are together, with a baby daughter. Can't wait till next season, but hate the completely different perspectives. Also noticed that up till now, it's always been chapter 1 or 2 each week, but in teacher time out Noah is writing chapter 3. Thinking this is just Noah's book, and she does die in the end. Probably Allison, in season 3.
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I thought she said she has to pick up her kid, leaving the gender ambiguous. If she said son, it could have been Noah's younger son.
Great Carissa, now you're going to make me watch episode 1 and 2 again. Pretty sure she said son.Check out my edit.
Yes, the rubber room Noah ended up is very real. They're a staple of the NY Department of Education. Our NY tax money goes to these teachers who have been accused of something while they sit all day in a room doing nothing and getting paid a full salary like they're still teaching. Teachers can literally stay there for years and years without ever having a hearing or anything. I was actually rooting for Noah and Allison because after everything that happened, someone had to wind up happy, even if it was the two people who didn't necessarily deserve it. At the end of the day though, there's so much to dislike about both couples. Helen emasculated her husband and Cole seems deranged. Noah is an asshole and Allison is beyond self destructive. I read somewhere that season 2 will be from Helen and Cole's POV. That will definitely be interesting if that's the case because I think one of them killed Scotty, not Noah.
I was truly shocked to see that teacher's jail with benefits. Can not believe they are in existence! There is a lot the system hides from us. I thought the ending was ok. But, like everyone else still so many questions. @ Ariana guzman I agree something tells me Helen and Cherry are not too innocent either.
Cherry is a monster. Mare Winnigham is quite convincing playing these villainous roles as she did also in seasons 2 and 3 of American Horror Story. She had no right blaming Allison for her son's death, especially since she knew how wracked with guilt she was and how much she suffered.
I couldn't agree more with Donnamour1969 when she said "we're into episode 3, and still no kisses between two people who love each other, even when they are alone? It's very unrealistic, in my opinion. Seriously, not even a hug or a kiss on the cheek? What are the writers/actors/Bruno Heller afraid of here?" Come on, folks! We've waited so long. Give us a kiss or two, or a hug! I wait week after week....it's starting to be just too disappointing!
Christina Yang isn't even worth mentioning.... her character still lives!!! And where the hell is Carter from Person Of Interest!!!???
Although a lot were nominated, it's not a death count, it's an exit list. Unfortunately, most series have chosen to kill off any character who leaves. Yang definitely deserves to be on the list.
Winter I believe that many, if not most, of those who are bipolar are hypersexual in their manic state. Like the neurologist in the TV series “Black Box,” who cheated on her boyfriend and went on sexual escapades when she was manic. Also like her, most are treatable, but many don’t take their meds because they miss the highs more than they want to avoid the lows. I think it is much more likely for those who are bipolar to cheat when they are manic, than when they are depressed. I had a business partner that was bipolar and was definitely hypersexual in her manic state. She had an apartment near the airport and met her lovers there. She had a daughter, but was never married. My wife has a friend whose mother got pregnant by four different men, none her husband and all when she was in a manic state.
Interesting movie on showtime. 28 rooms. About a cheating wife and her lover that meet at conferences for sex. They each toy with being with each other but op to keep their other lives.
i kind of like the idea of brick and shelby getting together again.two other things i will now talk about are cricket as a lesbian and, the importestant of the importestentestent! (i know, those words don't exist) - the main thing: ZADE. i wrote some thoughts about and i recogniced i wrote a book, so if you want to read more, you now know what i will talk about next:i think, i love that it turns out that cricket is a lesbian! early in season 3 (i think) it was meantioned that crickets husband (forgot his name) could be gay and the series put all stereotypes of gay men in this character from the beginning and i was worried that they would go with these stereotypes. but it turned out, it wasn't the husband, who is gay but his wife from whom we never expected because she was 'normal'. and that's why i like it: whether one is homo-, hetero-, pan-, ... sexual, one is normal. one doesn't need to be like stereotypes say. and maybe it's the hype, like some of you said, that made the writers create a gay character but come on! it's a town so there should likely be at least one person with non-heterosexual interests - that's not trendy, that's realistic! and i love that cricket now has a love interest because i can imagine that it's not easy to find a love when a whole town is heterosexual ;) what i also liked was the way they handled wade and zoe (at first). i appreciated that they didn't get together as soon as she and then he, too, confessed love for each other. i liked the way zoe wanted to win wade back (and the connection to season 1, like the review said), although i didn't think it would work (with sex). i understand his fear of getting back together. i know it sounds not fair, like he said, that he cheated on her and now has trust issues...i found the cheating awful but i could 'understand' why wade cheated on her (because he feared, he would loose her and then did the exact same thing --> self-furfilling prophecy) and i also understand that he is scared to try again because he confessed his love, she left, he waited, she came back with joel, he first wanted to win her back/told her a few times that she should remember that she loves him and then, there was vivian...so he kind of got over it (it seemed that way), then vivian broke his heart, after they had a romantic kiss in the rain with lovely confession and a romantic night. plus, his family history isn't that great: his fathers alcoholism (although he's sober), the death of his mother and, if i remember right, he has no great relationship with his brother)...and maybe he not only fears that zoe could break his heart but also that he could do something stupid like he did before? but i'm glad he got the courage (thanks earl!) to go to zoe wanting to take the risk. i was so saaaaad!!! that she rejeced him! after a long, and sometimes awful season 3 i wished they would get together in a heartbeat, even though i knew it wouldn't be the right way but i love zade!!! that said, i really understand why she couldn't handle the situation and his invitation in this confusing situation. she just found out she is pregnant from wade, of whom she thought she would never get back into a relationship. the timing of his invitation wasn't great, but maybe it's important for future episodes to show that he wanted her back, before he got to know about her pregnancy. i really hope, she tells him soon, that she's pregnant and he understands why she rejected him and they come back together and kisskisslovehappyending <3
Will should be replaced with someone with a personality, preferably one that isn't quite so much of a jerk. At this point, Sonny should dump Will and ignore Paul entirely. Come on, T is better than those guys, and he used to be a homophobe!
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