Hopefully (but not likely) Amanda will be locked up for life and pay for runing the lives of Daniel and Charlotte.
One could argue that Daniel ruined his own life with his poor jugement decision, that same person could also argue that Charlotte's life was gonna get ruined by her parents. She was already behaving outside of the law in the first season
Well Hello Lily ! Okay, so Emma and Lily's fate were connected. That was alright. Emma going dark though. I don't think so. She is hurt, pissed off and apparently hasn't had much sleep in a while. It would be too easy and lame if she turned dark like that. I wish Regina would take her heart out and check if it's still okay ! Now, did anyone notice when Lily and Emma were fighting. The weird stuff happening with the thunder and the car's tail lights ? So strange... I hope someone will have a theory on that .I agree on not enough Captain Swan. The fans, including myself, were thirsty for it, now that it's happened we are only given a drop at a time ! That's not right !I too noticed that Emma ran away from that family, she didn't give them a choice. She still does that, doesn't she !I like Regina and Emma teaming up, I don't want anything else (no ship thank you very much!) .
Of course Revenge is a soap opera! So is Nashville....and that is why we like them!!!Ben is being stupid. He may have even had a good chance with Amanda....but no.....goes right over to attempt to be a murderess!!! And they talk about " a woman scorned"...Ben has outdone any!!!Miss Victoria is not dead. She is now THE REVENGER! I love Nolan and would be so pleased if he can find love!!!! He would make a great Dad to his now ex-lovers new son!Do not want Revenge to end with Amanda locked up....just as she was as we saw in flashbacks in early episodes.That would mean MissV would be Miss Victorious!.But all the speculation does keep us tuning in!
I wish this group would stop doing the Scandal roundtable. They offer no insights into the show and can be counted on to focus on anything Jake and Mellie related. The two most useless irrelevant characters on the show. Most reviews I read were critical of this episode and made fun of the Jake as Jesus and Mellie the clueless politician story lines. Yet this roundtable really seems to think that folks are interested in these ridiculous laughable story lines when the ratings on the show are plummeting. Fans of the show are sick of B613, Jake, Papa Pope and entitled lazy (make me Senator and President) Mellie. BTW the only reason Mellie is clinging to Fitz (we are a team nonsense) is because she is coward who is afraid to stand on her own without his political clout which is why Cyrus despises her instead of respects her. The best scenes were Olivia putting a gun to that bumbling inept Russell's head and the Cyrus and Sally debate on her talk show. Scandal needs more of Olivia and Cyrus and less Jake, Mellie and Rowan.
Um, if you don't like these round tables, why bother reading them? Some of us actually think they're fun.
Yes Abby's scream was so unnerving, that I thought someone had done something to her. It was over the top and totally unnecessary. I'm inclined to think she is the killer. I'm thinking she may have realised that Tom is Ben's kid, and was jealous (don't forget she said she's Daddy's girl), and may have struck him in anger. My only problem is the blood splatter on the tree seems high, so I'm thinking it might have been an adult or someone taller. Somehow I don't think it's Jess, but she is looking a bit crazy. I still don't think she killed her son, unless she was off the meds and didn't realise what she had done (much like how Ben WAS on meds and didn't remember anything). Good for Christy. She seems to have lost Sam, and she's definitely lost Ben. I really hope he never goes back to her. I'm usually one for reconciliation, but not with her. She's callous, wicked, evil and has no compassion. I don't believe Michael was just being nice to help get the money back. He seemed genuinely surprised at Ben's question about why do you want to hurt my kids or something like that, and seemed remorseful. I think his being nice was genuine. I do hope the finale is not disappointing and gives us all and more than what we were expecting.
I love this show and I look forward to it every week. I didn't find the mustache bit that funny. There was another part I found funny (when Russ and Milt were driving in the car and Russ must have driven too hard while Milt was searching for something, and he fell backwards). That was hilarious. Also, something Kal Penn had said that I can't quite remember; but it made me laugh at the time. I didn't realise Pritchett was still on the job. I thought he had retired and that Russ had said he would have to come back to apologise to the guy when he realised he had messed up the case. He did come back and apologise, but I hated how he dissed Russ. Good for Russ in destroying the picture. I did think Milt would have taken the mic and added a personal thanks to Russ. I couldn't believe all of them just stood there looking down at their feet, and none went to at least put in a word for him. I'm sorry, but I was grabbing that mic and saying something. I felt so hurt for Russ.
What I liked about Milt's part in the back and forth was how he was trying to get Russ to open up about being honest and less sarcastic. He was kind of turning Russ back on himself, which worked for me. And he is hiding something. One of the lines they like to promote is "Big smile, big laugh, I love it here!" meaning Milt probably didn't make the decision, but it was forced upon him. Russ is as good as reading people as Milt is. :-) Thanks for commenting. This show needs some love!!
I adore Russ (and all things Dean Winters). I think the car bit would have been funny to me if I didn't read it as Russ' car was such a piece of crap that Milt couldn't maneuver the seat properly and fell backward while adjusting it. I just don't understand why he's do put upon as a character when he's a great detective who, before Milt arrived, was well liked (bringing donuts for the office and all that stuff). I kind of miss Milt and Russ trying to dig into each other's past a bit, too. That was fun and didn't get old merely because they're both misunderstood, even if only Russ is the one to understand that Milt isn't as clean as he seems. It makes them sympatico in a way.
I hadn't read about the car bit so I didn't have that insight into the joke. lol. But I still think it was funny. lol. I do agree that Russ is a good detective and wish they'd stop putting him down all the time. I would have to disagree about Milt and Russ trying to dig into each other's past. I don't find that Milt does that, truth be told, but Russ does it a lot, and to me, that did get old. I'm glad they've taken a break with it. Milt left, but he's here now, and to me people deserve their privacy. When Milt is ready, he should be free to tell Russ and whomever, what was his reason for leaving. Well that's my take on it. Always glad to read your posts and comments, Carissa.
I think it was a horrible move to kill him off. I think it would've been better to send him to Washington, cut his episode appearances in half so he could at least visit, then make next season the last. You don't just kill a character like Derek, and so suddenly. Also, if Christina, Addison, Burke, and even Izzy doesn't come back for the funeral that would be very disappointing. I really hope Shonda does right by the fans who've made this show possible for the last ten years. Either way Grey's has definitely reached it's end, there's no way this show survives another new cast, not with over half of the originals gone.
Neve Campbell should be there too!
What if the actor wanted to leave the show and he just told the show producer and noone else?
He wanted to cut his schedule down after his divorce to be with his family more and get his head straight. I do not think that is too much to ask.
They did NOT interrogate the suspect after he asked for a lawyer. They made comments, but did not ask him any more questions. Watch it again.
Spot on Observation re: Emma/Hook. What was the point of having him stand up all concerned if no follow up to him doing so? Its just like the 4A finale when they had Emma notice his missing heart TWICE but she didn't even bother finding out what was going on until Anna mentioned Rumplestiltskin and even then the return of his heart, a major plot for 4A was resolved in 3 seconds. This scene in Lily where he asks her whats wrong but doesn't follow up is very out of character for him and made his standing up useless, he could have gone to the library with her to research at the very least and been present for Regina's roadtrip suggestion. He's barely been in this season and as a reformed villian he should be the BEST person to talk to her about her potential for darkness. Regina is still taking hearts from innocent people so she hasn't exactly earned the right to tell Emma not to be dark. I liked their friendship scenes but Hook was a way better choice. It feels like they are unable to balance this season and are so focused on trying to force a Regina/Emma friendship they forgot that other characters would actually make more sense to help her. Not to mention this Regina heavy plot means virtually no development for any other character/relationship. I really hope next season they try to force in less and focus more on the character's they've created rather than give one character ALL the plot lines. Regina is in every single one and Hook has nothing to do this half of the season except support Emma and they aren't even letting him do that.
At that moment when Hook stood up, I almost yelled at TV, "Hook, follow her." It was almost like they glued the actor to the ground because you could see in his mannerism he was holding back. The actor knows that is what his character would do, but the writers wouldn't let him go there. I have never particularly cared for Regina. I was conditioned in S1 to despise her. S2-3 I no longer found her evil threatening just amusing, but I still couldn't care less about her. S4A her whining was insufferable, but she also had her moments that made her tolerable. Then, we get to S4B and I am actually starting to see the results of her redemption arc. I officially care about her character. I'm liking the idea of Regina, Hook, and Emma friendship on par with what we seen in the woods in "Sympathy for the De Vil". Because the writers have never given Henry a character arc--I can make the case he was always a plot device--the only character arc they can believeably connect Regina's to is Emma's. After all, Snow and David have no arc to speak of either and Rumple has been completely disconnected from everybody. What they need to do with Hook is give him something to struggle with. If Emma disappears to another realm or something at the end of the season, I have hope this will give Hook something to do in S5. I don't mind constant obstacles as long as they are together in the series finale. A&E have said themselves that they find deep character discussions and quiet moments boring for the most part. So, if people want to see any of the relationships last, they almost have to hope for constant obstacles as sign they will keep them intact.
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