I certainly preferred the 4th episode of Flash over the 50th episode of the Arrow...I am trying to figure out why there was so much hype for this episode. I can understand that introducing Ra's was a big deal but we need more scenes with that actor before we can say he really fits the part. I really think the reason Stephen Amell left twitter was because of all the hate Laurel gets on twitter...the writers and directors really need to examine her character closely and find out why a lot of people have apathy towards her.
i agree with you and yeah i feel that Stephen is sad about people who hate Laurel so much (sometimes i get mad at them)
Yes some people are childish about their comments towards her..I don't hate her but I am starting to get seriously annoyed with her character. At this point the only saving grace would be for her to disappear for 10 episodes and come back revamped...is that asking for too much?
take your felicty fan shipping and shove it up your ass ..and go watch "days of our lives" .. for your information , katie cassidy has more fans in her twitter than emily rickard
WOW so intelligent and with that username I can already see what kind of individual you are. Oh I didn't know we measure peoples acting abilities by how many followers they have on twitter...thanks for the news flash. And by the way Katie has been acting way longer then Felicity and I've watched her previous shows and I liked her on those shows...her acting just doesn't fit this character and to think she is the female lead makes it even worse.
"Scarlett is anything but fun with her new homeless best friend..." Well, is Scarlett EVER fun?? But at least the homeless guy has a nice singing voice, so I wouldn't mind seeing him again for that reason. Yeah, Rayna's naivete is getting hard to stomach. Not just in her surprise and dismay that her personal life has become so much a part of her fame, since she became involved with Luke, but in her cluelessness about Luke not liking her pulling away and competing with him. Guess what? Men don't ever like their significant others competing with them/putting themselves ahead of the couple. They may know intellectually that women have drive and ambition too, and a right to their own lives, but they don't like the women putting those things first. How could Rayna be the daughter of a powerful man, have been married to a businessman/politician, been around country stars all her life, and reached middle age without knowing this? In Luke's defense (why is everyone so quick to assume he's the jerk and Rayna is the noble, sweet and reasonable one?), he is promoting Team "Ruke." He is invested in them as a couple and, less attractively, as a brand, and Rayna isn't -- not a happy realization when you are about to marry this person. As in the case of Jeff Ford, the writers' seem to have a pretty crude understanding of character.
This episode was perfect for Halloween. The idea was interesting and the way the little girl looked after Gibbs and the team found out she was the murderer was scary. You don't always need ghost and goblins for the holiday. Bronson Pinchot turned in a great performance. Abby was trying to help a friend in her intervention with Tony. Bishop looked great as Sandy and Tony was debonair as Bruce Wayne.
I love your comment about Daniel's chemistry... I feel the same way... that dude would have chemistry with a chair! I'm ok with Klaus/Cami but it feels a little forced this season but it's still early. I'm a Hayley/Elijah fan but it is fun to see him interact in what should not have been a sexual experience with another woman. And its cool that Elijah finally has someone who is loyal to him for a change...
Am I the only one that wants Wendy and Nero to get together on the farm and raise the boys. I think Gemma and Jax will end up dead when all is said and done. And I also thought Abel killed Gemma's birds.
The only thing that confused me about this episode is the room in the basement covered by drywall. How long does it take to put up drywall and for it to dry? It couldn't have been that long between when the stalker killed the teacher and took the girl and before Beth and Jack found the room. How did the stalker have time to seal off the room and seal himself behind a wall in the room? I know i'm being nitpicky but other than that flaw I loved the episode.
in Supernatural, I miss much more Bobby Singer than Kevin Tran.
Wow this episode really lacked Felicity. & I hope we don't have to suffer by having to many Laural centric episodes bc Katie Cassidy acting is not good enough to be the spotlight for a whole episode, Nyssa was good. Ra's voice was good but his face wasn't really want I picture when I hear "The Demon", it's his first appearance so hopefully he lives up to being a Sinister Badass
get lost with your felicty shipping bullshit .. laurel was awesome in that episode. unlike felicty she is doing the same quirky talk for entire 3 seasons
This 4th season is, by far, the creepiest, most insane sh#t on TV. I love it!
About the Dunphys their neighbors and the upcoming conflict, a phrase from a latin forum "con ustedes, el forobardo"Jajajaja i knew cam could lose lily in a crowdI doubt that many people stop being trolling haley, she deserved it (and maybe the actress as well too)
Sign up for our
and receive the latest tv news delivered to your inbox for
© 2014 TV Fanatic
Sign up for our daily newsletter to receive personalized television news for