The Vampire Diaries Season 6: How Will Elena Cope?

put Elena and Stefan back together they belong together... They met frist

@ Gabby

Untrue. Damon met Elena first, but erased her memory of him.

Teen Wolf Review: Phoenix Rising

I loved this episode even though I had a felling that the show creators are gonna drag Parrish supernatural reveal for many episodes to come. Whether he is a phoenix or some other being that can survive fire, I guess we have to wait another season (i think). But Deputy Parrish is def my fav newbie :) And his chemistry with Lydia. Sigh, the feels.
I also enjoyed that Lydia got more screen time and her grandmother story was properly portrayed.

Murder in the First Review: Final Act of Defiance

Here's how we can rectify everything for next season. The scene opens to a darkened room. There are several hard knocks on a door. Someone says, "Come on David. You've been sleeping all day." David Hertzberg sits up on a couch. He reaches over and turns on a lamp. Then with his hands on his head he leans back against the couch and says (in his best Richard Schiff voice), "What a f*cking nightmare.I nearly had a heart attack." The someone who knocked on the door tells David, "Get your ass up David. We don't have time for this. Our meeting with Warren is in thirty minutes. He thinks he's found a way to beat SFPD at their own game." David runs his hands through his (non) hair as he responds. "Calm down #ErichBlunt. If Warren says he can get them off your back, he will. They couldn't prove their case. All this new shit is about revenge. Just keep your nose clean. Cut to the next room. Ivana and Jeremy (Yes. Jeremy) are waiting to wish their boss good luck., IMHO, whatever happened after the Not Guilty verdict was part of David's nightmare. Writers, Producers,Directors. You can take it from here. #ErichBluntisnotdead.

Dallas Review: Be a Better Man

IIRC, Sue Ellen reacted the same way with JR's philandering. She may have blamed it on the bottle. But, her recklessness in drinking & driving put her in the hospital several times. Maybe not an overt suicide attempt. But, a cry for help nonetheless. Pamela talks a good game. But, there's no way she could have known the paramedics would get there in time. She was willing to die just to stick it to John Ross, which is the opposite of a strong, self-respecting woman IMO. Pamela thinks she is nothing like Sue Ellen while they are more alike than she believes. If the storyline has Pamela becoming pregnant while estranged from John Ross, it would harken back to the time when John Ross was conceived. Sue Ellen & J.R. were on the outs, too, and she was with Cliff at the time.

@ KansasGuest

@KansasGuest - I fully agree with you on all of what you say about Pamela. However I did not catch the dr. ordering up a pregnancy test but I did catch one of the paramedics calling Pamela "darlin'" - ewe, creepy, she was out cold & could not respond when they had her on the gurnee. Would LOVE for them to stay together, not sure after SHE puts HIM through what she is about to, that he will just walk, no make that RUN, away from her. Think War of the Roses here - anyone who saw that movie will already start to cringe. That couple was BRUTAL to each other ~ I'm already LOVING it myself. Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned will never be as true as this is about to become, I have a feeling. Seeing her stone cold look as she dumped that "Vegas ring" into the garbage can without even looking told me everything about just how much rage she has within her. WHOA!!!


I agree whit Kiwirevengefan! R.I.P. Aiden :*( regards from Germany

Switched at Birth Season Finale Review: Mad Street Cred

Daphne's selfish. End of story.


A good balanced review. I also was disappointed in the ending. Please let Emmet go to USC and Bay fail to wheedle him like she expects. Sometimes more than one sister needs a lesson. I also was thrilled that Travis got a good graduation. I will look forward to the next season - please don't be a time-jump!

Suits Round Table: “Gone”

Whose side were you on after Louis admitted his mistake? Did you think Harvey and Jessica had every right to lose their minds in anger or did you think Donna had a point about how they both gave others more chances?
I see why Jessica and Harvey got mad at Louis. However he should have been given a second chance. Were you surprised when Mike and Rachel's deposition rehearsal went downhill as fast as it did? Do you think he's truly forgiven her or just acting that way to make her (and maybe himself) feel better?
I felt that Mike forgave Rachel way to quickly and that he did it because he felt pressure to do so. So I was not surprised that he got upset. It seems to be what he needed because after that I think he truly forgave her. What did you think of Louis' actions throughout this episode? Do you think he should have just stepped back or do you think he did the right thing by admitting his guilt, since otherwise they wouldn't have discovered what Woodall was up to?
I expected nothing less from Louis. He messed up majorly and knew he had to do whatever it took to fix it. I love that he made the connection between Forstman and Woodall. Did you expect what happened in the final minutes of the episode -- Harvey forgiving Louis, Jessica deciding to fire him anyway and Louis resigning to save them both the trouble? What was your reaction to those final scenes?
I was not surprised that Jessica wanted to still fire Louis. I was also not surprised that Harvey forgave Louis. I was surprised that Louis resigned but hearing his letter explaining why made sense. I fully admit I did cry. (Carla I always type in my responses before I read all yours and we said the same thing). What were your overall thoughts of the episode?
Another great episode and those last couple of minutes, so emotional!

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The Strain: Renewed for Season 2!

Great Show!

Switched at Birth Season Finale Review: Mad Street Cred

No, it's dissapointing but I think it shows that Daphne still hasn't evolved like the rest of the characters have. Like you said, it gives the show a reason to keep going and...as for bay, I can totally understand why she did that. Prison is a big deal and when you love someone and you think for one second you can save them from that...well, you do. Even if it proved that daphne still has a lot of growing up to do, for me, atleast, it does make sense.

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