I really hope the Flint/Silver bromance will continue for many more episodes. But in pirate business you never know, so I'm enjoying their scenes as long as I can. Dufresne might become a good captain one day, but Flint simply is a great one. Hard to top his cunning farsightedness and natural leadership. Looking forward to Vane taking action (hopefully). He's just more fun to watch when he's up to something. And Eleanor clearly needs him, as I said last week: she's good with business and everything, but as soon as it becomes emotional she's totally incapable. Not interested in the Jack/Anne/Max storyline. Yet. I like the flashbacks, especially because they're written into the actual happenings so well. Hamilton's remarks about unlikely partnerships totally matched Flint's current situation with Silver.
I sinceriously love Stephen Amell! Yes, he has a handsome face and gorgeous body, but it's mostly because he has a heart of gold!
OK. GAH!!! The opening scene nauseated me. No. Never again. Next... What's the point of being immortal if you can be killed in an explosion? Isn't that who was killed in Paris? How? Next... Again with the immortals. Poor Hatake. Thirty years later and he's still carrying on with his dead family. That's one sucky ass life. Next... Am I the only one who thinks it's creepy as hell that the pregnant chick seems perrrrfectly happy to carry a living embryo inside her until, oh, what? The end of time? What the hell? It's never going to age, grow to fetus and pop out. That's pretty sick. Next...The whole Brady Bunch Sunshine Day stoning was so many shades of wrong. My Brady kids wouldn't do that without brightly colored and groovy shirts. Get the wardrobe right for the love of god! What's sad is the two timelines have to converge at come point or the show never connects, and that won't work, having two separate lines forever more won't cut it. One season? Sure. What up for three? Which side will remain? Julia/Hatake and I'm guessing the pregnant chick whose name escapes me will pop up in both lines at some point... But the rest need a treatments they're dust.
I actually think this is probably the only show I've been watching from the start (and I'm quite the addict) which doesn't disappoint season after season. It was such an intense episode! Of course there would be conflict, Mike's secret had been snowballing for a while, it was bound to hit and hard. The way the writers dealt with it was brilliant! I never saw it coming. I was very disappointed in Louis, though. Whereas Harvey has been showing signs that he isn't just a cold blooded selfish lawyer, Louis only reminded me of his old despicable himself.
Great episode. I agree with everything you said. Can't wait to see how captain Low actions played out. Flint with a war ship :)
I wanna hear more about Frank's "inner sanctum." We haven't seen that before this episode. Also, I'd love to see her hook up with her investigator, Alex McBride. I think they'd make a great couple. Not to mention the reaction of her ultra-conservative Irish Catholic family when they find out she's dating a Black man... That would definitely result in some Must-See TV. Good times.
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This is a bunch of BS on how Finn had to die. For whatever reason ie the Bellarke shippers they got rid of Finn. Come on now!!!! I'm so angry Finn is gone, they didn't have to kill him for the Bellarke sake he could have lived and there still could have had Bellarke if that's what they wanted. There are other horrible people on this show who have done bad thing yet they get to stick around. The writers suck and that is why I quit this show.
Glad Kitty was back and loved her one-liners about the twins. I thought the songs were good but the rest was very bad. I am surprised the writers are hell bent on destroying this series. And enough Harry Hamlin. That is just creepy and sick
I want to know if Melanie and Serena are played by the same person. Please
This was another great episode and the pacing was a little better. The loved the montage of them making Mexican food as a stalling technique. The whole whiskey dick thing at the end was also hilarious. Although, like you, I was thinking there were a lot of other ways he and that girl could have still had fun.
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