YES !!! I'm so happy for Mellie. I hope this is more than a fling because that woman deserves a good man & true love. Jon Tenney is great casting.
I am so there for this. Mellie needs some lovin.
The Good Wife is an awesome fairy tale that pulls viewers into the vortex of conflicting emotions. If she resumes her wifely status with Peter, she will be just a boring attorney, and who wants that? The Good Wife is not a story about lawyers nor happy marriages.
Huck and Quinn are working together. All a sham even with the teeth pulling.
Agreed. There is unexplained time btwn Quinn coming home and her being duct-taped nude on the floor. Everyone speaks fast on the show anyway so a lot could have been said in that timeframe.
I third this! I for one can't wait til we see the flashback of how it all came about!!!
I forth that ! Lots of unexplained things and gaps ! It felt sooooooo real though ! Quinn had it coming and I thought Huck was teaching her a lesson, which Guillermo played brilliantly coz I swear it creeped me out !
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Enjoyed this episode. Didnt think the Weaver thing would last. As a qiuck thought really enjoyed the points made about young teen sex and the reallity of young teen sex. Safe sex and not so safe sex with consaqusinse. Carrie throwing away the pill spoke volumes. I too also wished she had knocked on door. Would have been great moment to reconnect with 2 important people who could really use her friendship now. Maybe not to late.
Sam's party nite was hilarious.
This episode shows that people with autism, asperger or similar are not antisocial at all, maybe they undestand society with more objetive approach. Something that one way or another the human civilization need
I loved this episode, it had everything a finale needed.
1.fav scene: Hayley and Elijah on the balcon. It was so Romeo and Julia, so intense, so intimate, so adorable.
2.Klami sexual tension? I don’t see it as sexual tension more like a need to hug someone. And they really want to hug each other. Sexual tension 4, hug tension 9.
3.Halijah sexual tension? I think they would destroy 10 bed in one night. Honestly so good. I honestly would never see it coming. I thought Elijah would go to Sophie, but that will probably happen later on.
4. Becca? I really hope they give her just a bit of happiness in the next few episodes. I just imagine her be happy with Stefan, cause she would deserve someone great as him. I hope they’ll cast someone soon or let her jump Tyler’s bones.
5. davina? hmm I think she will die next time we see her. Sophie will go all bitchy/witch on the town cause she doesn’t have to fear Marcel anymore, she is an Elder. It will be nasty.
6.Klaus bloodline. I’m hoping for some awesome flashbacks to introduce Klaus bio dad. This is really what we need. It would be nice to see a Klaus look a like be all normal and human. Interact with becca and Elijah.
I just hope as well that there'll be a season 5. haven deserves at least a chance to say goodbye (and thanks for all the fish :D)
So I'm going to try to explain the German words. I wondered why Monroe not even bothered to explain what he meant to Nick and Hank, but I guess that this is just his mean streak. :-)
A human and a Wesen will have a wesen child if the human is Kehrseite-Genträger, which means they carry the wesen genes of their (wesen) parent and pass them down to the child.
A Vorherrscher as Monroe called a child with wesen parents of different species wouldn't be a hybrid. The german word "vorherrschen" means to predominate, so their child will be either Blutbad or Fuchsbau, depending on whose genes are stronger.
Very interesting!! And cool too!! Thanks for sharing.
Thanks for that; quite helpful. :)
Though (assuming predominate is a perfect translation) I'd say that a Vorherrscher could still be a hybrid, with Wesen traits contributed by both parents; the word simply implies that the child would tend to strongly favor one or the other - at least, that's the best explanation I could think of which fits what we know of Renard, who is quite explicitly a *half*-Hexenbiest. (Or rather, half-Zauberbiest.)
Of course, Hexenbiests seem to be a bit unique in many ways, so...
Awesome, thank you so much! :D
I like this show, but sometimes, like in this episode, they get so far from any reality it makes it hard to enjoy.
First of all, there is no way that a mass casualty incident would be managed by one Firehouse. Yes, budget cuts, other houses being busy etc. may delay response time, but this incident went on for a long time. Units from surrounding jurisdictions could have been there within minutes. I think having other units there would not have taken away from the fact that 51 was the crew doing the majority of the work, but would have made it a whole lot more believable.
I know they don't want the actors wearing their masks all the time so we can see their faces, but fighting that car fire with no masks on, really?
When they ran out of water they could have at least used hydrant pressure (just hook the hose directly to the hydrant). Not the best, but at least its water.
It was also ridiculous at the end when McLeod reviewed the incident and basically considered it a success. A tanker almost exploded taking out all of the victims, firefighters, etc. Even when cutting costs, departments need to look at safety.
So, as I've said before, I like the characters but sometimes have to put my head in the sand when the medical or firefighting scenes totally depart from reality.
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