What about the pregnancy clues....am i missing something? Didn't watch the whole episode
The book turned out to related to her job. Mostly it was all a major coincidence!
"I love you but you lied to me about a partnership secret and I just can't go on!" WTF? I like Jeff, but he apparently has never heard of professional boundaries, and it's time Jessica kicked his whiny ass to the curb.
Not sorry to see Jeff go , however feel for Jessica
"All I know is that I've finally found what I want to say with my music, and I just want to be on a label that lets me be me." And good ol' Highway 65 will let Layla, and all the other artists, do precisely that. Because Rayna doesn't worry about grubby profits -- only evil one-percenters like Jeff worry about turning a profit! "Scarlett is one of my least favorite characters, but she somehow becomes more bearable when she's singing with those guys." On that one, I'm with you!
Another great episode.I had a feeling the squatter in the apartment killed his wife when he said there was a leak and he fixed it. I love that Roman got Mouch to do an fire inspection. I love that they keep referring to Cruz and Zumba.I feel bad for Halstead. I am mad at Voight for his rule and also disappointed with Lindsay. She could have sat down Voight and told him she understands his rule but that he should have enough trust in her to do her job and be with Halstead. We all know this is a rule Voight will break if someone is shot. So to me I think he is just being way to over protective of Lindsay.I also think that Dawson was the worst person to give her advice. Dawson said you can not be in relationship with someone you work with. Well all was fine with her and Casey when she was a medic. It went south when she had to answer to him and was not able to talk to him about work when they were at home. Cruz and Brett are doing fine with their relationship. Yes one is a medic and one is a firefighter, just like Dawson and Casey were and it is working out fine.I knew Antonio would not kill the cop but the scene in the wear house was still intense.Yes I was a little shocked when Antonio killed Parker.I laughed out loud when Halstead was talking about his buddy mouse and said he had to check with O, when he came in and out wheels Olinsky from desk. Too funny.I did like the scene with Antonio and Voight at the end. I do like Voight but his dating rule.
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My take is they need to do something with Gunnar and Scarlet. They are both floundering. Love Avery and Juliettes relationship. Please keep that solid. Deacon needs to tell Maddie and Rayna. He needs their support. But by the way Pete stared at Rayna, I think he will start stalking her. Oh and Will needs to come out all ready. Wait until Luke finds out he's gay. If he cut Jeff loose that fast , he will run from Will. And Layla needs to stand strong and alone. Her taste in men is questionable. I cannot believe Pete got half a million dollars from Sadie. If I was her, I would bury the song he had royalty rights to so he never gets another dime. Teddy. Teddy. Teddy. Poor dumb Teddy. Running around putting out imaginary fires, just got him burned.
Why would Luke cut Will off - because he is not Ste. Rayna? I think Luke will be the one to hire the out gay country player to work with Will.
It'll be interesting to see how Luke would react to Will being gay. Perhaps he would surprise us all and be okay with it.
I can not imagine Oliver saying yes. However if he does it will be try and put an end to the League.I was pretty sure Nyssa would not kill Thea and it is good to know she did not/will not.Felicity has been done with Oliver for awhile now
Arrow: NANDA PARBAT Review: Last night’s Arrow failed to deliver. DISLIKES: It used some of the tried and rue failed tools of past episodes, namelypulling events out of nowhere to try and explain current happenings. For an episode titled Nanda Parbat and withRa’s, Nyssa, and the League involved, there was not that much action, save for theone fight scene with Oliver vs Nyssa (Again!) and Oliver and Diggle’s assaulton Nanda Parbat headquarters which was little more than a video game montage. Oliver throws a dart or Diggle shoots abullet and the assassin falls to the ground, end of story. Thea’s back and forth between seething angerand lust or revenge by turning in Malcolm to the League (how did she knowwhere his secret safehouse was as Arrow had never shown that she had ever beenthere, only to then turn around and open the door to Nyssa’s cage, hand her asword, and ask that Nyssa kill her. Whatis with the writers of Arrow strange obsession with characters wanting to endtheir lives by someone else’s hand? ClumsyCanary Laurel having the delusion of being able to take down Malcolm Merlyn,Nyssa having taken down Merlyn in mere seconds on the first try when it tookOliver an entire season to defeat Malcolm in a straight up fight, Roy’s SecretSanta philanthropy to the family of the cop he killed, again, never seen oncamera before until tonight, Laurel becoming the annoying, insane, and totallydislikable character of Seasons 1 and 2,
You seem to take things very seriously and personal about this show. Think outside the box and be more open to some changes. It is just a darn tv show not real life. Maybe the writers and prodcuers of the show do not want the tv show be 100% the same as the comics, they like to give now some twists. I hope Stephen Amell will never read these hate comments about the show he stars in, he will like support from fans not hate. Not all shows are 100% perfect. There are good and bad episodes good or bad stories but that happens even in the most almost perfect show.
Fannie, I don’t know what you thought you read and are responding to,but it certainly was not my post. You are 100 percent completely off-base and totally far afield. I am a true fan of Arrow, not simply some child-mind who says anything that is thrown their way is good. I, unlike you and many others, give an honestcritique of the show, not idiotic hate comments as you so crudely put it. When Arrow is good, I will say it is good. When it is bad, I will say it is bad. Pure and simple. For example, I believe that the Vinnie Jones as Danny Brickwell trilogy was much better than the Ra’s Al Gul trilogy thus far. And I have said as much. More power to you if you like everything thatthe producers/writers of Arrow put forth, I, however, am a bit more discerning in what I like and don’t like. Butregardless of your thoughts, I will continue to critique Arrow based on a tough criteria. After all the money, time, andeffort spent, should not the final product be the best that it can be?
Felicity becoming the second woman in Oliver’s life in three weeks to get angry with him and then hops into bed with another man they really don’t know all too well, luckily for Felicity, unlike Thea’s bed hopping buddy Chase, Ray Palmer is not an assassin working for Ra’s, (as far as we know, but with the writers of Arrow anything is possible),and surprisingly Nyssa, whom is a character I usually like, seemed like a person I would have loved for Oliver to have tortured first to obtain information. Nyssa’s obsession with Sara’s death and Malcolm Merlyn are clearly the driving forces as to why Ra’s asked that Oliver take his place as the new Ra’s (sorry Bruce Wayne, another lifetime maybe, assuming the offer is genuine in nature) as Ra’s does not believe that Nyssa has the necessary qualities and focus to take over the leadership of the League of Assassins. The flashback with Oliver and the Yamashiros. Why on earth did this flashback end in midstream? Certainly the rest of it will be viewed when Arrow returns March 18. LIKES: Matt Nable’s presence as Ra’s Al Gul. Although given little to do, (would have loved an additional fight scene between he and Oliver where he is teaching Oliver to become a swordsman and not to kill him, kind of like the master/student thing), and the fight scene with Nyssa and Oliver was pretty well done, although too short for my taste. Finally, Diggle gets to fight by Oliver’s side. That was a welcome relief from Diggle’s usual Alfred duty. Given the massive let down that Nanda Parbat produced, I must rate Arrow: S3E15 NANDA PARBAT as 2.75 stars out of 5.00. Step up your game writers of Arrow!!
The comment I responded to had the same name (Malcom Merlyn Jr.) as the one Im responding now that means you, so how come you are not the that person. Odd. Well maybe. the best you think it can be be is not the best the writers or producers believe it is. Maybe for the best for them is not the best for you and viceversa. Just saying.
Fannie,We can simply agree to disagree. But I will not stop my critiques of Arrow simply because you do not like the tough and critical criteria that I go by.
I don't think Clarke was trying to use Lexa in that moment. She was taken by surprise, and still fully returned the kiss. She was definitely into it, before she realized that she isn't ready and it wasn't the right time. Her face afterwards said it all to me, though. She looked like she was saying, "I'm happy you've accepted your feelings for me, and I think I could fall for you, too." Her expression was very tender and understanding. They're an amazing pairing to watch.
Hey Camila, check out my GooglePlus page: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+J...my blog devoted to Clarke (next post on Lexa)http://jillbauer1993.blogspot....Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/jill.... (basically like the GooglePlus)Twitterhttps://twitter.com/JillBauerand weekly comments on the The 100 Afterbuzz forumhttps://www.youtube.com/playli... I can see now we've been sort of working in parallel :-)do u have a GooglePlus, Facebook, Twitter, Blog? where I can read more of your thoughts on the 100? Jill.
It's amazing the people who are all turned off by the homosexual thing NOW. As if there weren't any same sex relationships on the show before.
The 'turnoff' is not one homosexual thing, it is that the theme continued to expand and now dominates the story line. It's no longer a plausible story about the age of Piracy, but a "find waldo, the gay character" or "see the woman with the feminist issues". That the eroticism is often distasteful is bearable only if it is believable.
Teddy is a waste of film! Scarlet is close behind him. The one-note whining, the hair extensions. Though I agree that she is better when she is singing. Cut to the chase on the Deacon's transplant s/l. Love Rayna's wonder woman power stance.
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