I will say one thing that I am happy that the writers set up for next season, they ended the season with so many problems that Sam and Dean will have to deal with in Season 11 that there should really be little to no filler or monster of the week episodes. You've got obviously the main big bad which will be the darkness (even though I feel like the writers pulled that idea out of their ass randomly for the finale, I do think it's a cool big bad and finally something that could rival the apocalypse in terms of grand scheme, I just really hope they execute it properly and not pull a Leviathans), you have the consequences of killing Death and the reprecussions it will bring to reapers and anyone that dies, you have Rowena having the power of the Book of the Damned at her disposal, and you still have Metatron out there with the Demon Tablet, not to mention I'm sure if Castiel goes back to heaven, the consequences he will have to deal with for breaking Metatron out. So with all of these issues on their hands, I don't know how Sam and Dean could say "hey we've got nothing to do this week, lets go check out these strange deaths in Nebraska". As I said before though, its all about the execution next season, the writers have to stop being scared of taking ideas all the way because they are afraid of scaring or pissing off certain fans (aka Demon Dean, the Leviathans, etc.). I really hope that the Darkness has turned the world into a Silent Hill-esque environment, I hope that maybe Rowena has turned Castiel into her pet that she can sick on anyone she wants removed (that would certainly be something different and refreshing).
How about SUPERGIRL? Limitless?
The scythe that death haned over to Dean wasnt the scythe we originally saw way back in season 5.The original was much smaller,and when Dean tried to sneak up on Death to kill him, the Scythe got super hot and dean couldnt hold it any longer. Also in that same episode,Crowly said the scythe was rumored to be the only thing that can kill Death.
This show is so brilliant it's ridiculous. I watch it the way Woody Allen watched Casablanca in Play It Again Sam - eyes bugged out, mouth on the floor. When Liv unburdened herself to Major, it was exactly as I'd said it was going to go... except for Major's reaction. The scene was so heart wrenching, I gotta believe Major is every Woman's ideal guy. Heck, even I wanted to marry him! And what a shock when we found it was all an illusion, but if shocks can be good, this one was great! Major gets to react all over again! I loved and laughed at Three Dog Night's Joy to the World playing in the background at "Blaine's Brains." Such irony. Oh, and I thought I'd die laughing when Clive reenacted Liv's vision, Feet skyward, and before that when Liv was lecturing the vending machine. It's getting extremely hard to avoid being redundant when each episode outdoes the last or when Rose McIver routinely exceeds herself. Never has so much phenomenal acting been crammed into such a small, beautiful package. And speaking of packages, Hunina, humina, humina to Peyton's shorts/socks juxtaposition and double-wow to Ravi's line: "Your short-to-sock ratio is bloody brilliant." It looks like I'm in for another week of (even more frequent) repeat viewings of iZombie. I never can get enough of Liv... and now, Peyton.
lets go back to Sam & Dean hunting together. Family business
i want to pound cersei's little tart. i was SOOOOOO glad when the high priest gave her the humbling she deserved
It sucks that it hasn't shown Dorian that much. I really hope we get to see more of him.
Beauty and the beast season 1 (if I recall correctly) she wore the crazy eye mask and an amazing dress
I want Finn Wittrock to come back. His portrayal of Dandy was my favorite part of Freak Show.
Does anyone else think there is a chance that Nick's mother isn't really dead? There seem to be several hints about that throughout the show. ie she was too careful to be fooled like that and too tough to be taken down so easily. Even Kenneth remarked that he thought a Grim would not be so easily to kill. Not once but several times during the episode characters commented about having the mother's head and not her body. Who was the woman ( it was a woman according to closed captioning) that Trubel was taking to on the cell phone in the car? The fact that Meisner was in the helicopter indicates that the Resistance was aware all along of the Kings plan to take Diana and had planned to get rid of him instead. Seems possible that Nick's mother's death was faked and Diana handed over (she seemed to be in control during her 'captivity') to stop the Family from coming after her once and for all. Just saying.
Interesting. I wish you where one of the writers on Grimm.
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