Finally a good episode! Secondary characters were treated as secondary characters as it should be and Elizabeth wasn't as annoying.Give us a focus on Neal and Peter any day over uninteresting Elizabeth storylines.
Matt honestly it's about the Horizont of expectations, the episode before this was not that explosion filled and lacked of proper development and you couldn't expect a dramatic 3rd season like mid-final. If the SILAS story was alive it could've been a cliffhanger final but this is just the begging of a new story so I will give it space to dig deep.
The good thing about this episode was Katherine all over. Every line every scene, she just worked. And I care for her, she is an egomanic bitch and that's the reason I love her. She and Nadia had great moments together. The conclusion scene with Stefan was deeply heartbreaking, and it proved Katarina was really human and Stefan is the only one who could make her feel just a bit redeemed.
The brother interaction was really good, messing with Aaron and not letting him speak was really funny.
The Enzo stuff was really good, the actor really nailed the role. I was really happy with the way it ended, damon showed something like emotions.
But on the other hand I agree with you Matt they are really lacking of true development stories. They should step away from the triangle stuff and let new people into the main characters life, Nadia is working pretty solid.
This show is like a sinking ship. The only thing you can hope for is they manage to make it a little less pathetic so it ends with some dignity.
I can't understand what happened. It feels like the acting, the writing, the filming... Everything has become bad. It makes me really sad since it is my favourite show but it's become a disgrace.
So Jackson the only good character beside April and ALex left on grey is now A complete pussy and loser
Totally agree with you. The whole show was great except for the last 5 minutes and I hope and pray that April goes through with the wedding.
I totally agree with you. About how Jackson, April, and Alex are the best characters now. I hate what they are doing to Jackson, going after April after she totally treated him like dirt and always blaming him for taking her virginity. I really hope that she goes through with the wedding and it does seem that she really loves Matthew. But anyway I loved the whole episode except the last five minutes. The Alex and Jo scene outside the barn was so ADORABLE and BEAUTIFUL. Plus Alex's scenes with his dad were AWESOME, he can finally move on and he for gave his dad for leaving. Great performance by Justin. =D
Honestly guys, I hate what the writers are doing to Mer and Christina's friendship. The way Mer is acting is so not like her character!!! I'm afraid they are preparing us for Sandra's exit at the end of the season. Does that mean they'll never make up?! That just sucks since their friendship was one of the best parts of this show.
another small thought, I must admit I enjoy watching Yang and Mer arguing. the issue they have could be real. I like that the writers are taking their time to solve the situation. If you disagree in a so deep way with someone who is supposed to be your person, it takes time and more than a hug or a confrontation to get over it.
Is it just me, or I think this episode is fine on its own, but not as a midseason finale, because it wasn't meant to be the midseason finale? other shows on the CW use ep 8/9 as the midseason finale, while this was tvd's ep10. Just saying, as a usual ep, this would've been an alg ep.
This is very interesting. If Bertram only had the names of the people in his group then the organization should still be running strong. If what McAllister said was the truth and no one knew his identity, then anyone can step up and take his place and run the organization the same way. Jane killed a man who he believed to be Red John, the head of the organization. Now the rest of the members now know who Jane is and what he did. It is interesting that T. Carter, Bertram and McAllister all said they were Red John. They all talked as if they were him and they all admitted to killing his family. This just seems a little odd to me. What are the chances of that. This just kind of leaves the door cracked open. Jane killed Carter because he was Red John. He was going to kill Bertram because he was Red John until he told him he wasn't. Then he killed McAllister because he said he was Red John. You see how this looks right? I'M JUST SAYING! If his disciples are all willing to live and die for him and say the are him. How do we know that was him.
"John Barrowman is, obviously, John Barrowman,” said Kreisberg. “There’s no way he was going to stay dead…"
That is a hilarious statement to any Doctor Who/Torchwood fan! :D
I loved it. Smiling just thinking about it. It sadly sweet that Amy can see how much her world has opened up because of Sheldon. It was also sweet that Leonard showed her what she means to Sheldon.
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