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At least there is a good justification that Liv never died her hair back (besides also last night being the first night I could see they worked with Ruth McIver's actual hair, I have like fifty billion layers, I think I could actually effect the same look...only my hair is brown). I was so sad when it turned out that the Major reveal was a hallucination. And now, I'm not sure when the hallucination actually started, like did that double date thing happen at all? I was actually just enjoying the ride with Johnny, it never occurred to me he wasn't real either. I thought it was odd he was tagging along, but then Liv technically tags along with Clive all the time, so I sort of shrugged. I kept waiting to find out he was looking for something too but toward the end, I just started to think he was lonely. Major...dude, that wasn't super smart. In terms of overall storyline, I so appreciate what they are doing with him outwardly being a perfect guy, but in the hallucination, which I recognize was just Liv projecting, but she was right, he has some darkness inside of him that made me even sadder than Lowell is dead because he might have been the more perfect guy for Liv. I am kind of curious about Blaine and his plans for Liv. He knows that he can't hold anything over her because she found her own way of feeding herself and is he really interested in the cure? It might be useful to have, then once Liv is human again, he can deal with her or ignore her. But, you sort of wonder why he doesn't check in on her more. And, um, are there cameras in the morgue that Liv and Ravi are not aware of?

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Graceland Season 3 Promo: Time to Pay?

While I feel I paid careful attention, I never really got Paige's justification for what she did to Mike. Yes, he could have tried to save some of the girls and didn't have to lie to her that the one girl died, but was that really worth siccing Sid on him? In the scheme of things, while it might have brought the heat down on the rest of the house, you could have turned him into his superiors. While he might not have actually done anything illegal, it might have gotten him suspended and out of the way. I sort of suspect that Paul got there in time but that he and Mike decided it might be better if he seemed dead to everyone else. That seems like the type of plan the two of them come up with and Mike, once he can, you know, breath on his on again, can just provide sniper support for whatever Paul is actually doing. Or just put him on protection duty of Charlie since she is the only one who seems to authentically give two shits about Mike and treats him like her little brother.

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@ kate277

I so agree about Paige. It really surprised me because she knows what the business is and sacrificing one girl for the benefit of what they were trying to do is standard procedure for,these guys. It seemed way over the top. He did try to save her. I don't get that they are all so against Mike, but strangely enough Briggs isn't.

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The video wasn't leaked to the press, only Liv has it, and has seen it

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Revenge absolutely should have been two hours long, and I totally agree that Cami is utterly useless and should not be a part of TO at all. I was totally giddy over the Captain Swan hug too! I have to disagree with Elena's exit. It was clever and definitely emotional, but the show really should have just ended if they were going to lose Nina Dobrev. There's no point in watching anymore now that she's gone.

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Actually, if you know anything about Viking lore, the Vikings season finale was not a shock at all. it WAS greatness, though.

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Yes. Best hug was Emma and Hook. And everything that happened in the finale... till the i love you moment at the end

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Nice choice for Most Romantic Finale Moment! I loved that scene with Hook and Emma. Also good choice for WTF Just Happened. I'm dying to know what happened to Simmons!

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Game of Thrones Season 5 Episode 7 Review: The Gift

I can understand your disappointment in Reek/Theon. However, I think that you, and many others, are guilty of movie hero syndrome. We are so used to stories of the broken man rising up and turning on his oppressor, that we forget we are watching GoT. Theon was, and is, a coward. Long before Ned Stark was murdered, Theon Greyjoy was a coward who coveted the power that came with being Warden of the North. He hasn't changed since he became Reek; he's just not pretending that he is master of his own fate anymore. Same thing with Sansa. Yes, we'd all love for her to have found a nice little awl/shiv to drive into a nasty Bolton heart, but that is not who she is. I feel like everyone has forgotten that this is the same lying little witch who betrayed her family (Arya) just to keep some useless boy's attention at the very beginning of the series. Sansa is a victim's victim. She is a romantic in the worst possible sense. She is always looking for a saviour instead of trying to save herself. And anyone who thinks she was becoming empowered when her aunt died needs to remember that she is a consummate liar. She saw Littlefinger as her saviour, so she lied for him. Jon Snow is not leaving The Wall. I would love to see him retake the North, but that is not his character, and he would not dishonour Ned Stark's memory in that way. Jon understands that the war for Kings Landing means nothing if the White Walkers make it past Castle Black. That's where his focus needs to be and he recognises that now. Also two thumbs up for the Dany/Tyrion storyline. I'm happy to see her finally connecting with the main cast. She has a history of using good advisors even if she does not act on their advice, so hopefully she will recognise what she has in Tyrion.

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Game of Thrones Season 5 Episode 7 Review: The Gift

Want to know what this episode did differently from GRRM's books? I always check out AiPT's follow-up to stay up to speed: http://www.adventuresinpoortas...

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