Did anyone else notice the major flaw in how Derrick was killed? The area where he stopped did not have cell reception, so how did his phone ring? Furthermore, someone as smart as Derrick would never stop in the middle of the road to search for his phone, especially since he was in the middle of turning around. If Shonda Rhimes wanted to kill Derrick off, she could have at least made the scene believable. I agree with several other posts, it has been the story of MerDer that has kept me tuning in for the past few years, not sure that I care anymore.
I was not a fan of this episode. I miss the four of them Danny, Steve, Kono and Chin if does get picked up I want that back
I just have to say to the writers I love all of your theories & opinions and wit but I gotta disagree with the opinion about Klaus being daggered was the rite thing. Maybe it was on TVD. season 2&3 but now it was the biggest mistake ever especially for Elijah. Klaus maybe paranoid & has trust issues but when has he been wrong? He's smarter than anybody & always one step ahead of everyone on this planet I don't care how powerful of witch he's dealing with. This is his daughters life the 1st person in a 1000 yrs that klaus will trust, and be vulnerable with and a love 4 her that is pure and innocent he was right about Elijah, he is not what he once was he proved that when he daggered klaus Klaus will never hurt his siblings ( the ones that love him) klaus is the only one who can protect hope if he says so he has yet to be proven wrong about the things he claims to know & his trust&mistrust is never misplaced. He knows his siblings all to well(rebekah being naive and elijah just not being Elijah at the moment) he's protecting all his family not just hope by doing this on his own he will go very far for very few & that few just made a detrimental mistake god it's so obvious everything I've I stated here for people that understand the layers and complexity of Joseph's character Klaus.
I thought it was going to be Linda or Jamie who was gonna get shot by Curtis as soon as they showed Linda in the witness I knew it was her. Next week is going to be good. . Was this renewed yet
Elijah daggering Niklaus reiterates the length at which Elijah would go to keep his word. Remember he promised Klaus to do whatever it takes to keep Hope safe. Daggering Klaus was one of the bold steps Elijah would take to keep his niece safe.
This show is not that engrossing, but I still continue to watch. I love Jason Isaacs, and at this point I am just invested in the story line, so I want to see how it concludes.
This show had so much promise but it's quickly unraveling. Before we even dig into this episode can we talk about ... Emma- was her diary really Her creation? From the early episodes she seemed like an aspiring archeologist who on her own has discovered the mystery of the third temple. Most of the clues that led Peter down this rabbit hole came from her diary. Now she acts completely clueless about the whole conspiracy and anything temple-related. When Peter went to the mental facility they said Donaldson has a frequent visitor. Wasn't this Emma?? Why was she visiting him? Her character no longer makes any sense. Nor do the circumstances of her "death." She was proclaimed dead with no body?? Peter and Emma going to the convent at the same time as Margrove was ludicrous. Additionally, did Donaldson know that his rented room at the convent sat over an enormous cavern or did he dig 1,000 feet into the ground? The red heifer and Josh are the two most valuable elements of setting up the third temple. Yet both get minimal security. The Essenes are a super secret order who meet out in the open just 2 blocks after you get off the exit at Qumran. The holes and illogic of the show are really starting to show. I'm sticking with it but I'm saddened because there was so much potential here.
Let's see, now: Frank got shot, Erin got shot, and now Linda got shot. Seems as if someone blasts away at a Reagan about every other season. Why doesn't anyone ever take a crack at Danny? He's the one who's always bullying, beating or just plain bitching out on everyone in his path. I'm surprised no one's drawn a bead on his thick Irish noggin. Maybe in Season 7...
A great episode as usual. I know this may be a wrong direction to take but I would sincerely hope that in real life there would never be a need for a trial where some high priced lawyer would have a chance of manipulating 'the law' to his client's advantage. Better if it didn't get that far. Now that would be sending a message.
From list: Jo and Alex; Other: Jackson and April/Vincent and Catherine
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