I believe Nightfall is a hero after what he did by order of POTUS. And POTUS had no other choice as the icebreaker wasn't going to make it there on time and the identity of other assets are protected now. I am suspicious of Nick though I think he's the one sending the text messages. Especially with him at the end spying on Charlie and Mo while they were toasting.
No I think Nick is shady but I think he is completely loyal to Charlie so wouldn't harm her
FYI: The pregnant woman's husband went to take the pizza. Stoner said something like "I'm sure you're coming back" because the woman was going to stay there. :)
I thought the episode was entertaining. The pacing was spot on, there were enough interesting moments to keep things moving, we got to see the emotional connection of the team at the 12th (I liked that we got to see a little bit of Julian and LT working with Ryan) and I liked Espo and the transit cop. I'm not an Esplanie fan (been there, done that) but my mom is so I'll be happy for her if they get together. Personally, I'd like to see Espo and Tori start dating (we've seen some chemistry between these two) and see how Lanie deals with that. Having everyone paired off could be a little boring and in real life we all have to navigate how to deal with friends who are no longer a couple. This episode was light on Caskett but it didn't bother me much. We've seen a lot of them so far this season.
While Diggle bugged me this episode, I saw an interview with David Ramsay that at least made me understand what he was trying to do (he views Diggle as like two to three years further along with dealing with his issues than Oliver is and like Lyla is sort of the final piece to Diggle being able to compartmentalize his life, he sees Felicity as being Oliver's and wants to push Oliver along to that state). I must say, while I was excited to see the Atom costume and I knew ultimately that Ray was a good guy, a bigger part of me felt bad for Felicity in all of this. It was a bigger statement to her having a type, only, as damaged as Oliver is, he found Diggle and has actually gone through his crucible (maybe not dealt with it fully, but still) already. Ray still has a journey to make and it might irreparably damage him.
Mine was screwed up since the Ferguson verdict caused the show to start late. My DVR cut it off at the normal time, so about halfway through the actual episode. All of this build-up better not have led to a simple person we have never even seen before. I expected to see someone we had at least heard of before.
I don't know how Carissa did it, but she attracted just the right posters to create a perfect storm. You should come up with an idea and write your own screen play. Of course, you would still have to keep posting here.
I would've been more okay with Olivia choosing herself if she did so with the intention to keep her legs closed to both guys.. But now it just seems like she just chose herself in lieu of commiting to either of them but doesn't stop her from sleeping with them when she's in the mood. Which in my eyes just made her more selfish, still dangling them along with sex. I just wish Jake was strong enough to resist and tell her he wants all or nothing and just walks away. But instead they love her so much that they will accept her on any terms. yuck!
It is dramatic, perfect for an American drama!!! Funny, in real life, men are often the ones torn between 2-3 women and it happens to women too--especially career women. And don't get me started on us sleeping with girls for emotionless sex ONLY. Your viewing of the show is too serious and gender biased...lighten up and you might enjoying it like millions of us in Europe and your country.
Lol well what can i say?? I guess am just too invested in it. I can't help but take it seriously, though i've vowed to to be less personally involved with it.
Am so conflicted by this episode that I actually don't know how to process it all. Davina as usual pisses me off, Cami i just can't find interesting enough imo, perhaps Beks jumping in her body might give her the edge she needs, or worse Leah the actress ends up spoiling the Beks persona for us by her not being able to pull off the amazing Rebekah Mikealson. Hayley contemplating marriage with Jackson is way too naive of her for me. God does she think she lives in the enchanted forest, get married to a guy you don't have feelings for and boom magically all your problems are solved? I know people are anticipating Elijah's reaction to that news but my anticipation is Klaus's. He might not react at all to it but if he does then am sure it will be epic. I love his aftereffects more than Elijah's. Elijah right now hasn't gotten any emotions from me. I guess i wanna see how far he will go before i can actually process his journey. Him killing a dozen people doesn't faze me at all. Its just part of their nature to murder and violate. So am still not surprised there.
As someone that suffers from MS, I was not happy with the way that Megan's story was presented. There are 6 different forms of MS, and only one of them is really severe, Even so it's unusual to die from it and it brought on by complications, like getting pneumonia. Anyway, other than the MS stuff, I really enjoyed the episode. I would love to see Jim come back for more episodes.
I loved the Densi scenes! It had to be a throw away we sure don't want to lose anyone on the show.
Exactly. I guess I can see why some people are disappointed that it was a throwaway character, but I didn't want to lose Sam, Callen, Hetty, Kensi, Deeks, Eric, Nell, or Granger. So, it had to be a throwaway character.
Could have been Nate instead.
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