Totally agree with Nikola! Enough Amy/Herman ugh I feel like they're being shoved down our throats. I thought this episode was melodramatic rather than touching. The dialogue was about as corny as it comes. This season blows..might be time to euthanize???
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Great interview! I'm excited to see Regina and Maleficent interact and find out more about their past in the FTL land. I'm also hoping she and Robin will figure out to reunite soon. Meanwhile I'm very curious to see how Regina and Henry try to track down the author and how the Queens of Darkness and Rumple now being in Storybrooke, looking for their own happy endings will influence that story.
Has Avery forgotten his wife is about to have a baby? Going on the road with Rascal Flats sounds like a really bad idea!
I have a hard time watching it. It's the combination of the lame laugh track, the bad acting of Perry (it makes me said, cause I loved him as Chandler!) and the jokes that aren't clever.. Also the way Oscar's friends are delivering their lines seems forced and unnatural..I wasn't sure if I wanted to watch yesterday, but I did it anyway. Not sure if I'll tune in next week...Sad, cause I really would have loved to see Perry in another show
I have to admit though that this episode was the best so far. And I agree with Dani, I like her character!
However sympathetic they can make Tom, he is still a murderer and for sale. I want him to pay.
It w to me, this didn't have to aboas a solid episode. Courtney B Vance deserves an Emmy for his performance because it was out of this world. Incredible. He moved me. I just...damn. I feel like so many people are caught up on comparing it to specific cases and being pissed that it ay have come across skewed that no one is considering that just because some cases make the news doesn't mean all of them have. It's a narrative like any other narrative. No one said it had to be just like the Brown case. For the handful of cases that actually make headlines that you don't agree with there are thousands of others that never made it and were every bit instances of racism and police brutality. This coming to light onscreen doesn't mean that this is "new". Even without recent cases the discomfort and disparity between mostly minorities in urban areas and police officers has been an issue for centuries. And I say centuries because some of the original forces instilled comparable to modern policing and marshals were actually created to capture runaway slaves. It's a deeply rooted unease that's happened for a long time, so this narrative didn't have to be about Mike Brown or Tamir Rice or Eric Garner etc. So why let your feelings for those specific cases affect you're ability to enjoy the incredible writing of this fictional one? Accusing the show of pandering because of the result of this fictional case is like failing to acknowledge that things like this actually happen at all. I loved that Fitz and Jake in relation to Olivia took a backseat. Scandal never overdoes the race thing and it's great, because in not doing that they acknowledge that yes they have a black female lead but she isn't JUST a black female. That's so important. A black woman's day doesn't revolve around her being just black. In portraying her as this successful, powerful, vulnerable, broken, beautiful, desirable woman that just happens to be black, it's just showing that black people are human and relatable to all, not just other black people. However race creeps into ones daily life in its own way, and there is a lot there that is never unpacked about Olivia Pope the black girl who lived a life of privilege who may not have experienced the same plight of those just across the highway. It comes up. It's visceral, that exchange between Marcus and Olivia. Because a black lead can't be held as just a black lead, but being black is part of her identity that comes with its own set of experiences and sociocultural intricacies, and she can never be stripped of her blackness either. It can't saturate the show but it can't be washed out of it either otherwise it lacks authenticity. I love that they knew that and they played with it and they knew that to do that certain people had to keep away from her for it to work, and that was Fitz and Jake. Keeping them on the outskirts but at the very end of it at that was necessary. Quinn as the white female could serve as "white ally" but only to a degree. Huck, as a fellow brown person given his face and experiences served well with being the guy who didn't trust the story ad it was spun, because there was an innate understanding that no one else presently at OPA could necessarily have. Even Olivia going to David was crucial. David Rosen the Jewish man who she could air out her frustrations in addition to appealing to his own position as coming from an oppressed people. I can't put it into words or properly describe it, especially on mobile, but these little nuances were so real and on point. They were such honest moments and nuances for this episode and for acknowledging Olivia's black identity in a way that they rarely do. I loved it, because it was real. Hats off to the kid who played the cop too because damn he played that part. The scene where he finally exploded was incredibly well done. The dialogue was perfect. It covered everything. The sense of duty, the power struggle, but the subconscious racial bias and undertones too...it was. He was great. I love when Mellie and Fitz are on the same side. I also love when Cyrus looks like the disgruntled grandfather who got stuck with a bunch of moronic kids and he just can't deal anymore. Lol! I also love that Olivia's PTSD was present. I was afraid they'd gloss over it or not do it justice but it was there and I loved the subtlety.
I just want to clarify that when I mentioned pandering in my review, I wasn't accusing Shonda of doing that. I meant to say that there will be those factions out there who accuse her of doing that. My apologies if that wasn't clear. As to your comment, if you were standing in front of me right now there would be all sorts of high fives and probably hugging going on because YES! I love love love what you had to say here. All of it. Yes.
I am very angered that they have canceled one of my favorite shows, I was getting really excited to find a new show such as this Witches of East End and every time i get into TV shows such as this it gets canceled it just is not right at all. If a show can make at least 2 seasons then why not at least let a third season to come out and give a good ending rather than snatching a show off air and not let anyone know. Lifetime i watch a lot but mainly movies in which i am having thoughts of not even watching that channel anymore as every time i find a show on any network they pull it without letting the public know via TV. I felt this show was a hit and had a lot of drama in it and kept you at edge your chair every episode made.. Now i have nothing to look forward to THANK YOU LIFETIME for pulling one of my favorite shows I now know how much you research on shows that people enjoy to watch. PLEASE BRING THIS SHOW BACK, and reconsider cutting this show as there are more fans that you think and a lot of times people find these shows on netflix and watch season 1 then find it on TV and continue watching it in which this is how i come across this show. Anxcious waiting for decision of reconsideration Thanks Joe
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