Still waiting on Castle Season 7 Grad It review????
Kathleen Wiedel will you do a round table discussion about if Juliette is dead or not. How the writers turned the fans against Juliette. Also about the awful way the killed of Momma Grimm. Also can the writers give Sasha something to do besides standing around with his shirt off. Also about the blackhole size holes in the storylines on Grimm. Also do you go to San Diego comic con?
please forward this page of comments to CBS; they have to know they have done us wrong! I loved that it was a show that became more and more interesting with each episode; the characters were well written and funny and human. Good show, bad decision
It will be missed and wish the show would have lasted longer.Josh did an excellent job of conveying dark emotions.I wish they had showed more of Milt's dark side in earlier episodes.
Which clone did Paul kill? That seems glossed over but something that was confusing me for weeks, I thought there was only Rudy and Mark left after one died at Sarah's apartment and the other was euthanised by Helena. I didn't actually appreciate there was yet another. Suppose there's to be more too. Tbh the whole Castor and Virginia storyline seems flimsy to me, like a lot of the season things are either rushed or glossed over.
Love this episode…Cersei has gone unchecked for too long and she doesn't think things out. Can't wait for next week…Oh Tyrion your sister cut off her nose to spite her face when she framed you for murder….you are the most brilliant of the Lannisters children, she is a fool...
I am a big fan of Adam Kaufman and think he's not on television nearly often enough (especially as Affairs of State has been canceled), so he is my very favorite guest star on this show. I was happy to see that Jack & Amanda could be friends and that he could spend quality time with his son.
Guess I'm the only one disappointed with the Sansa storyline. But I saw an interview with the showrunners just yesterday. They underlined AGAIN how Sansa is, in their opinion, a strong player of the game, one in her own right. I can't see that. At all!To be honest, Sansa has always been one of my favourite characters, even in season 1 when everybody hated her. So I was of course delighted when last season, she started to learn and make small steps (lying to her aunt about Littlefinger, manipulating the lords of the Vale, seeing Littlefinger's motives). But despite the fact the showrunners claim Sansa to be one of their favourites and finally becoming a strong(er) woman, all we got up to this point is her being even more victimized and betrayed. Maybe the writers are doing this so her 'bad*ss moment' will be more shocking / surprising. But to me, all this dragging out is doing quite the opposite. At this point when Sansa finally does something cunning / brave, I won't be shouting 'YAY, you've done it girl' it will be more of an irritated 'finally, took them long enough'... I don't know why, but for some reason the pace this season is bothering me. I remember it wasn't any different in last seasons (much build-up during the first half, then picking up speed until the jaw-dropping episode 9: behading of Ned Stark, battle of Blackwater, Red Wedding, battle at Castle Black). Still, I can't help but feel frustrated because it seems like I've only watched three episodes of story development, not seven.
I agree, the pacing is WAY off this season. We're near the finish line and everything up to now has felt like set up. This is the first episode that brought back the old Game of Thrones excitement for me. Hopefully, the next three will be just as strong and the season ends on a high note.
I really enjoyed this show. It made my Sunday nights of Once Upon a Time and Secrets and Lies complete. I'll give a little shootout to Liza Lapira, whom I have liked since that episode on NCIS when she & Jimmy Palmer disappeared under an autopsy table. . .Anyway, I had thought of Josh Duhamel as a pretty face, but he's more than that. And Dean Winters is awesome! Loved it, loved it, loved it!
Great review! Yes I was glad to see Cersei start to get hers after all the evil she has done to so many people... Not sure how the High Sparrow will be taken down but the cult storyline is already boring me a little. Next week should be great seeing Tyrion and Dany finally talk after all these years... maybe shell stop being such a dumb and emotional queen.
She is emotional, but I don't think she is dumb. Dany is learning from her mistakes you know? No one taught her how to be Queen, she's doing her best. I can't wait for the big conversation next week!
© 2015 TV Fanatic
TV Fanatic Plus
© 2015 TV Fanatic