What was the Cantonese word Cullen said to MeiMei at the end of the show?
The show is wonderful, I love Bassan , Molly and Rami too cause I love people with ethics and love what's wright and that have dignity
I'm still watching & still entertained by the show. Coincidentally, I also started THE LAST MAN ON EARTH this week without knowing the similarities that would exist. Tickles me to death that both shows had, for a moment, two characters who thought they might be the last people on earth and they could barely stand each other. I don't know what Stephen King wrote. But, I think an awesome ending would be for Julia, Jim & Co. to save the town & the world from the pod people without needing Barbie's help. Then, they could all leave the dome and Julia would tell Barbie to take a hike because she doesn't need him anymore. She survived the end of the world with friends, frenemies, and a dog....and feels friends & a pet will serve her better in this new future. If Barbie's sense of honor & decency toward his fellow man was so easily overwhelmed by his need for The Sex, the Fab Five don't need him.
Where's the weekly round table?
I agree with you on literally everything. My hopes for season 2 are the exact same. Before reading what you put and just seeing the title my first thought well I hop there is a season 2. We need a season 2 I can't imagine not having one.
was a top fan of last ship as well as many friends but killing off a great character like bivas who is only a few weeks old was sudden cruel and not necessary....she was a strong woman character and the relationship was just beginning with the other actors...my friends and i was so shocked and upset that they killed her off with a painful death that we migh never watch this show again.....maybe the networks should stop killing off good characters for ratings and work on making good tv shows
She was a good character, but never really meant to be a long-term presence, and the new girl - ms. computer hacker - will likely be a focus in replacing bivas. Think of it as 7 of 9 replacing Kes, the latter was a good, interesting character and a very likeable actress, but 7 of 9 was amazing. Bottom line, stick with it, the writers know what they are doing.
Um yeah ok. The writers know what they are doing....They've come close to jumping the shark in season 2 a couple of times and are asking their viewership to be hypnotized into suspension of disbelief.. Don't get me wrong, I watch the show and like to simply be entertained. But found myself rolling my eyes on several occasions like one would do during a B movie with a very poor script....I don't mind that it has been renewed for season 3, I just hope they can end the story one way or another before it's cancelled, unlike so many shows these days
How odd it seems to think of Virginia and Daniel making better couple than Virginia and Bill. Both men are married, so I don't really enjoy her being with either. Call me old fashion, but I would like to see her with a single guy. And as for Libby, I would also like to see her dump Bill (which of course did happen in real life) and find someone that allows her to grow as a person and love her passionately., preferably someone who is not married with a couple of kids (I know - so not like MOS, but it would e a nice change of pace).
I mean. Dutch and D'avin getting together didn't mean love triangle. I keep seeing people saying love triangle when they mean they don't want a love story (for Dutch) at all. Ep 10 didn't support the idea that they moved on (neither did 8 or 9). In any event, Dutch has not fallen prey to the "strong woman who don't need no man" trope, and that's a GOOD thing.
Klaroline was a goldmind. The show had two very interesting and complex characters who challenged each other to be their best. Not to mention to very capable actors who gave much need weight and emotion to the show (and characters) .JOseph and Candice also gave the audience some of the best scenes in CW history (" Great cities, art and Music. Genuine Beauty"). Thier future and what they could have had was bright and exciting. IF these two end up together, they will provide a rich and complex story line for both shows. The possibilities, where these two could end up together, are endless. Its too bad Plec settled for less.
Agree with your assessment of this week's episode. Particularly the Palmer/Coco thing. Only read book 1 so don't know if she's in later books, but she seems to be more than she appears and has an ulterior motive. No offense to kid playing Zach, but don't see what he's bringing (being ultra annoying) that the previous young actor couldn't. And what's the deal with him bringing with him and putting the Bolivar poster on the wall? Show seems to be picking up steam so looking forward to future installments.
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