I liked Two and a Half Men the series, but, I felt the finale was terrible. Kathy Bates won an Emmy for playing the ghost of Charlie Harper on the show, however in the last episode Charlie Harper is alive, so what was the explanation for Kathy Bates' character? Of course Charlie Sheen was not in the last episode and it really looked as though Chuck Lorre was still holding a grudge and looking like a jerk at the end of the program. Not funny in the least, and a real letdown. Not a "winning" episode, but, a lost waste of time for everyone involved, especially the viewers.
Thought it was Piper and Kieran. I'm not sure. Ugh. At least it's obviously Keiran, everyone was right about that! .... Unless Piper is involved and lied to Emma and is setting up Kieran?
According to Jeff Davis the figure that the Dread Doctors unveiled was the Hellhound against some (vague) figure which is suspect has something to do with the creations of the Dread Doctors. Also some people don't understand that the "resurrection" fluid only works on chimeras so Alison won't be back (for God's sake she quit the show). I don't think the Nemeton is a gateway to the "Underworld" whatever that may be. It was ingenious to invoke the Wild Hunt, an epic mythology of the supernatural. That should have been our first clue that Parrish was somehow involved. And shippers beware the connection between Parrish and Lydia may only be on the supernatural level as their "jobs" are connected. The most significant resurrection of the episode was that of Scott who apparently will come back totally changed as result of being dead for 15 minutes.
isoron Yeah I figured if Allison ever reappeared, it would be as a figment of Scott's imagination when he was dead. I doubt she would return to the show though. I did really enjoy the Wild Hunt tale. I want to read more about it. I always love when we bring up mythology on the show.
Yeah people need to get over Allison already. The nematon is both a source of power and therefore partially the means of the chimeras' reanimation. But it also draws power from ritual sacrifice. That's why Parrish was leaving the bodies there.
Make more seasons and put Ethan he made the show intresting bring him back. Please
I honestly hope that Bay doesn't end up in a relationship with Travis or anyone else for a while. For so long, we have watched her being, or trying to be, the ''saviour'' of other people (Zara, Emmett, Daphne etc). I want to see Bay develop a sense of purpose and self-worth this season that is all her own. When the show first began, Bay was portrayed as insecure and rebellious but also independent, creative and passionate. In the interest of character development, I'd personally like those latter traits to be brought to the fore again in a more mature way.
Wow I never thought about it that way it would make sense of the nemitan being a gateway to hell
There's a lot of misconceptions around about the Roman Catholic church, and this particular episode does nothing to dispel them. For example, a priest cannot simply excommunicate someone. There are basically two ways to get excommunicated--automatic and through the sentence of an ecclesiastic court or higher authority. Automatic excommunication involves sins like physically assaulting the Pope or using the Host for sacreligious purposes. Murdering a priest is NOT one of the ways to get automatically excommunicated, and to excommunicate Ray it would take the sentence of a religious court (although I suppose a Bishop directly could do it if Ray were unrepentant of his sins and showed no remorse or emotion). Excommunication is a last resort, meant to shock someone so that they repent of their sins and come back to the Church. It's not a one-way street. It doesn't strip someone of their Catholicism; it cuts them off from access to the Sacraments. The whole Confession scene was ridiculous too. There was absolutely no need to go to a confessional; Father Romero could have heard Ray's confession in his office, face to face. It would have made more sense. The whole storyline was clearly written by people who have only the most superficial understanding of the Catholic Church. Ray's excommunication sort of parallels what has been going on in his life--systematically cutting himself off from his family, his closest associates, and his happiness. Oddly though, Father Romero was right--if Ray had taken a step to express regret for his murder of the abusive priest, he would have felt better AND he would have the ironclad protection of the Confessional against anything being used against him. Ironically, one of the ways to get automatically excommunicated for a priest is to violate the seal of the Confessional. Great show, marred by some clumsy plotting and writing when it comes to the Catholic Church.
PLEASEEEEE BRING IT BACKKKKKK :"( I LOVE THIS SHOW MORE THAN ANYTHINGG
How about the end of Farscape, in which the two leads are vaporized after getting engaged--an event the fans waited 5 years for. Also an explanation for why some of these shows are on the list would be nice.
After watching this episode, I too found myself saying "Vaun who???". Mr Q was SO COOL, I just couldn't contain my excitement ! How awesome was he ! The Ancient Rome flashback set the tone to his introduction. Cool is probably an understatement. I NEED more Quinlan lol. The Setrekian/Quinlan/Fet scene was brilliant. And yes, Mr Q stepping on those entrails to finish off that Feeler was EVERYTHING ! Cutting them in half, then the shooting scene, BLEW ME AWAY ! Hell I could go on an on, so I'll keep it short lol. That Master/Quinlan confrontation was intense. But boy, we need to see him in EVERY EPISODE ! And there are only 3 left ! And I thought Quinlsn was HOT ! Btw, the elevated ones, the pattern on their necks is absolutely beautiful. Bolivar's once the Master completed the swap, his neck changed as well !! Dutch and that Nikki need to go. Watching Fet's disappointment was hard to watch indeed. We need him to get his focus back. As much as I like Dutch, that 180 she did on Fet, if that's that, then she can go. Or Nikki becomes Strigoi-chow ! How hilarious was Eph with that "love triangle" ? He comes back and makes them all uncomfortable, dumps some truth. Good ol' Eph ! Zach is somehow bearable, but that could change by the next episode, so yeah. Pointing out that a human forced the master's hand his quite important... I don't think he had planned that...
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