If bubbleman is patient zero, then Rachel needs him to test the vaccine. Everyone else is healthy. Would you intentionally infect someone to test the vaccine?
I LOVED ONCE UPON A TIME IN WONDERLAND! I stayed loyal to the original and watched the spin off. Just with it didn't end so soon.
Ho hum, just another day of Jack Bauer playing the role of noble martyr. The one good takeaway from this episode -- we finally got rid of Audrey. I imagine if Fox decides to trot out this series again, Jack will return, still unappreciated, still hunted, still whispering, with a whole new set of characters to let him down. It's too bad that he doesn't have a personality to match his physical prowess. But as it stands now, the viewer never has any expectation of Jack truly prevailing. The writers should take a page from the Liam Neeson school of Man vs. the World.
This episode was quite better than the previous episodes. It had some edge and slight progress. Loved the Hanna vs Emily, there are a lot emotions build up and these girls have to start letting them out. I hope if nothing the Bethany Young story will come to an end till mid-season. So now "A" is a girl or a man with the tendence to cross dresser?
Could have done with a bit more of a review of the episode though.
this was a truly great show until the end of season 5 (i believe), when they were all playing basketball in the park and signing their names on the ground. after that, there were some good episodes but i would've been fine with season 5 being the last season.
I'm gonna guess that Lyle, Sam and Jr's mother were somehow responsible for Melenies death. Didn't Sam say something to Lyle about the thing they buried was supposed to stay buried? Maybe the dome is taking the form of Melanie by pulling it from their minds or something. But yeah majorly confusing and very different from what I remember of the book. I should go back and read it again to see but I don't recognize much of this as being familiar. I really don't look for a season 3 unless they really turn things around, I think viewers wil give up on it out of frustration.
Oh Evan EVAN EVANNNNNNNNN....You have sold your soul to Il Diavolo. Coupla weeks with some guy from NJ and suddenly you get all nostalgic? Sum'n tells me Boris is gonna have to bail you out...and you'll be grateful for it. As for this imperious attitude over Paige's business dealings, Get. Over. Yourself. As for what I liked about this ep is what I always like--the medical heroics--and this time, it was Divya's turn to be Medical MacGuyver--good on her!!!!! Oh...and cute "manny" too--I was hoping he'd stay. :-)
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I liked Once Upon a time in Wonderland!!!!
i think the writers are getting ahead of themselves and making it up as they go along the because past seasons doesnt make sense with the most recent reveals - season 1 was the best there were shocks every episode and these past few seasons are putting off big shocks and giving us little nothing reveals that dont even add up to anything come on most of it is red herrings give us back the reason we loved the show in the 1st place
What was the reason we loved the show? Didn't the first season have red herrings? We just didn't know we'd only ever have red herrings. I'm having a really hard time enjoying it lately and I'd love someone to tell me why they do ( or did).
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