I love Iris! I'm excited to see Iris' journey to becoming an ace reporter, and hopefully she figures out she's in love with Barry.
Well, 3 episodes in and I finally figured it out. This is clearly written for a much younger crowd. The whole story line is a jumbled mess. Is she looking for her sister, or her stalker, or the killer of her boyfriend, and a serial killer? I know there's a chance that their the same person, but Victoria's acting each week seems to shift her intentions. How many times did she say all of this is my fault, last night. If you're being stalked by a serial killer, why would you have all your curtains open and strip in front of them? And why get drunk in a house full of mostly strangers? The writing is over the top, the acting is pretty subpar, but they are all pretty young. It's pretty much just a teenage who dunnit. March a bunch of pretty boys through her life and play, Screw , Marry , Kill .
When are we going to see a Tony-centric episode in Season 12?
So happy to see that Iris is getting a chance at her own storyline. She's my favorite character on the show, but it's frustrating to see her and Caitlin have to deal with stories that revolve solely around men. Gonna be fun to see Iris prove herself at journalism, even though we all know it leads back to the Flash. And watching Iris deal with her feelings for Barry? Hearts in my eyes and all that, haha.
weak episode , fish and penguin are boring now
I liked it and will watch it next week.
Although this episode and last week's were essentially stand alones, I wonder if the network's procedural decision will come into play this season or not. The fact that they think that switching from serial to procedural will solve their issues still has me shaking my head. However, the fact that Hawley is now gone gives me some hope that someone is seeing that "more isn't always better". You can tell someone has noticed the issues plaguing the show because of how Jenny was acting as the fandom prompting Ichabod and Abbie to discuss their partnership. Those moments to were somewhat inorganic and it was as if the writers were actually telling fans, "We get it. We're working on fixing it." I'm at a lost on how to fix Katrina however. Short of killing her off in some heroic fashion or reincarnating as someone else, I don't know how to make this character not be a drag on the show. (I still say this character was miscast.) Last year they made her Ichabod's wife stuck in purgatory, which essentially did away with the teenaged angst storytelling that is predominant in today's TV. And it worked! Ichabod wished to remain loyal to his wife. Abbie didn't want to be a homewrecker. A man and woman as friends and partners with next to no chance of them hooking up - how refreshing! But now Katrina is out of purgatory and the show has decided to crank up the relationship angst and love triangles because we can't have a show in the 21st century without it. What the show needs to do to fix the Katrina character is to stop waffling on the Crane's relationship status. Either these two get back together or go their separate ways. But the relationship waffling is hurting my appreciation for Ichabod which I blame on Katrina.
What's the song thats playing during the "Newly-Turned-Vamp-Soldiers fighting the German" scene?
Did Xo and Alba ever get to know about the letters Jane used to write to reconcile them?
I think it was kind of revealed that Jane had written them near the end of the episode.
Awesome interview! Can't wait to see Iris doing her own thing away from the boys.
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