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Dominion Season 2 Episode 8 Review: The Longest Mile Home

David Whele has definitely lost even the last scrap of sympathy I had for him. He was well on his way last week already, but he hasn't shown any redeeming features for a while now and so he's gone from sympathetic/tragic villain to just a madman with an insane need for revenge. I am curious, though, to see the reunion between him and William, who seems to have made his way back to Vega after apparently having been the plaything of a bunch of 8-balls for some time. I wonder what his story of the mysterious light defeating his assailants is all about. My first instinct is that he's lying, though. He is a snake, after all, just like his father. Someone who has gained my sympathy, on the other hand, is Gabriel. And again, he was well on his way last week, with the reveal that he'd raised a son who had been taken from him by a jealous king, not to mention his sacrifice to let Michael go free. It was interesting to see him confused and unsure, even almost timid, when confronted by the three women. I'm really enjoying the exploration of his character this season. He's a far cry from the evil king sitting on his dark throne that he was in the first season. I do suspect that Lyrae will succeed in possessing him, though. How interesting that would be to see! And I'm sure Carl Beukes would do an excellent job of it, he's been on fire these past few episodes. I wonder if Michael would know if that happened to Gabriel. They do seem to have that kind of twin connection - Gabriel felt it when Michael killed himself for Mallory, after all. I wonder if he will ever bring that up. Speaking of Mallory, it seems all but confirmed that the mysterious stranger that has been protecting Alex and Noma was the prophet responsible for the protective fire. I do wonder who he is. He might be the Son of Morning, who is probably Lucifer, but wouldn't Noma recognize him if he were? And I'm also curious how much the people of Mallory know about Michael's true nature. There is at least one man who knows Michael rose from his grave, but what do the rest of the people think? Do they even know the grave is empty? And then there was Claire. Who shot Zoe. Just like that. Probably the single most shocking moment of the episode! I don't usually exclaim things at my screen, but this show manages to make me do it almost every episode. It's hella crazy. And then she had Arika caught. Finally. I'm worried about the lack of concern she showed, though. She certainly has a plan to get out of it. But she needs to have something go wrong, she needs to lose a battle soon, or else she will turn into that kind of karma Houdini type of villain who always gets away with everything, and that's the most unwatchable kind of villain, really. And I really hope Gates survives whatever she put in his drink. Lastly, sorry for writing a comment that rivals the actual review in length, and thanks for sticking with me. XD It gets harder each week to wait for the next episode....

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FYI, USA has put out a clip for Season 2 on its site Satisfaction USA. It's very provocative to say the least. Fasten your seatbelts for a wild ride.

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I am so here for Elena and Delena less tvd but only steroline is making me to stop watching tvd s7

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The show killed itself when they made this the Delena diaries. Hope they can reboot themselves in season 7.

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Cool! I liked Ms. Palicki from the moment I saw her on Supernatural, as Sam's GF at Stanford. I really admired her work in that failed David E. Kelley Wonder Woman pilot. Don't laugh or roll or your eyes, she was clearly the best part of that atrocity. I was fortunate to be in the test audience. If she'd been given a decent script there's no doubt in my mind we would have had a live action Wonder Woman series that fall. Ms. Palicki does most of her own stunts and she was very convincing as . I love her as Mockingbird. Lance is pretty good too. SHIELD will survive without them, as long as Melinda May doesn't leave the show.

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Yes when I watched the episode weeks back I loved what Sam said. Just when Sam couldn't get any better he did. I love Sam.

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Under the Dome Season 3 Episode 11 Review: Love is a Battlefield

I hope I get closure too. I was upset last Season that I had to wait another year to find out what happened. I just don't want to invest the time anymore. It's ruining my experience of the show. It should have ended in Season 2.

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@ Rick Dumure

Totally unsatisfying. I pray that we don't get an open-ended conclusion like that on Under the Dome!

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@ Rick Dumure

It was originally only supposed to have been a limited run 15 episode program. There was never supposed to have been a Season 2....let alone a Season 3.
It reminds me of Stephen King's book "The Colorado Kid" published in 2005...I read the whole book anxiously waiting to find out who killed him...and King ended it by telling the reader that he didn't know who killed the Colorado Kid, he just told you the story around his death...draw your own conclusions...
Talk about being taken.

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Dominion Season 2 Episode 8 Review: The Longest Mile Home

I also suspect the mystery man is Lucifer. And the general made a mistake by accepting to be possessed. Julian must have a plan to control him, otherwise he would have not made the offer. What I don't understand is why Noma would reveal the hiding place of the amphora to the general( or maybe she did not and Julian just found it- this we don't know). I don't really see what advantage he could have from such intel. It will be interesting to see what the general is going to do now that he's a dyad. As for Julian/Lyrae taking over Gabriel's body, I hope it's going to happen, because it would make the show so much more unpredictable. :) I believe Vaun still has a lot of surprises for us and I'm looking forward to watching the next episodes.

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Homeland Season 5 Trailer: Sucked Back In

So glad Quinn is back!!

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Not Trampis: You are going to love the "NoCaskett" season this fall.
The new show runners continue to put out spoilers about the Beckett promotion to Captain as well as information on the new characters added to the cast for the season, but they are skipping the bad news. They are careful to give out the good news, but omit any comments about the future of Caskett. Most fans watching this season want to see a home life after waiting all this time for them to get married. Some viewers can appreciate a professional split, but not a split in their personal lives over some kind of safety concern for Castle himself. There is always hope that Caskett will return to its earlier dimensions, but unfortunately the ‘Break Up For Your Own Good’ trope (Bracken related) is coming in the early season. Let us hope it doesn’t last too long. I expected that TPWinter would come up with something much better for the season rather than a 'Love Conquers All' scenario forthcoming in the two-part premiere just to shake things up as he suggested in earlier interviews. It seems that the show runners are determined to keep Caskett apart as much as possible. "Now,it's about exploring the next evolution of it. How do we deepen that love story? What CHALLENGES can we put their way that can put their romance at a much higher, different place?" Even Marlowe wouldn’t do something (breakup) so deliberate to alienate the audience. He would just lie to fans about the direction because he knew fans would stop watching. As far as Castle working separately as a PI again, that same arc provided some of the lowest season 7 ratings in both the demo and in viewers.

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@ Vince

Our Roy montgomery it is a pleasure merely to read your thoughts. I have missed them. I have a bad feeling this season could be worse than the last and i thought that was impossible.

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@ Not Trampis

I miss sharing feedback with the group here,but like many others,I have dropped off with investment in the show after season 6. The series went into a real tailspin after 6x23. It presents that the new show runners are taking unnecessary risks with the new story lines just to shake things up which could result in a further drop in viewership quickly.

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@ Vince

I share your concern.
At least season 6 had some great episodes but season 7 had none.
We had Castle gawking at strippers and Beckett flirting with aging actors and people thinking that was funny.When Castle was suspended from the Precinct I thought it would be a great way to bring back 3XK. He was the reason behind it and they all fight the obvious absurd decision but they had Castle become a PI where he had no idea of what he would do or how much he would make.
The in the finale we had Beckett trying to pick whether to be Captain or Politician. Two obvious absurd propositions given her and Castle's pasts. I suspect this season will show the show has jumped the shark. It is hard to invest in a relationship when they are both portrayed as a pair of complete bimbos. even delusional ones.