"it's tiresome to have nearly every platonic relationship between men and women become romantic on TV. It's okay for men and women to be friends." I agree but STEROLINE are so so good together and they make sense. Damn they won me over this season. Like we say " the best relationships start off as friendship first". I guess the only platonic relationship on this show is Damon and Bonnie. Pairing them together would not make sense for reasons that you know.
I love Olivia and Fitz together, but i feel sorry for Cyrus and Mellie (much more)I hope that in season 5, those two and Fitz will be in better terms. Lizzie bear and Olivia don't like each other. Bring back Cyrus. I don't trust Lizzie bear.
I think (for what it's worth) that this has been one of the best programmes on TV this season. Done as a short series (how many more shows would benefit from that format, rather than being dragged out past their best) with some excellent characters and better acting, it has been a stimulating and thought-provoking drama. A+
It was definitely a smart idea to do this show as a short series instead of dragging it out for 24 episodes; it works much better as a miniseries.
Here is something else to ponder...... Enzo spent almost the entirety of the season plotting against Stefan,but what the hell came out of that ? his whole revenge against Stefan was his driving force, but what was the payoff ? ok so he was semi smitten with Sarah Salvatore but what the fuck ??? lol I hope somebody can please clear or help me understand what happened here haha.
Julie admitted officially that was a pointless SL which wasn't going anywhere so they dropped it.Good chances are we'll never see Sarah again like April and Meredith.
Lol April !! Jo's illegitimate twin sister
Oh and dont forgot to add Bonnie's cousin as well lol
LOL. I totally forgot about Sara and I didn't pay attention to Enzo at this episode at all , his whole role from the first episode to the last one seems meaningless , the writers really ruined his character , I was a big fan of him in season 5 now I can't remember why.
I am guessing it was Carter, as he whispered something to his sister near the end and the look on her face tells me he was confessing to the crime.
The only other thing to me that would cause her to react that way would be him saying something about going to see Aubrey or something to do with Aubrey. But I think you are right; it was Carter.
It always fascinated me how when Carter admitted he did it, when nothing was on the line but his own life, that she never paused to consider if he was telling the truth. He was her cause and the truth didnt matter...just like with Barb. They both lost, arguably because of their obsessions and it wouldve been interesting to see if somehow these foes couldve come, at some point, face to face.
They do come face to face at the end, when they hug each other after learning both their children are dead
That wasn't Barb. That was Aubry's mother. They had worked together to keep Aubry and Carter apart to keep them alive. They failed.
But the redemptive moment was that in the end, they didn't hate each other or scream or walk away, they embraced, tentatively at first, and then sobbed in each other's arms. Like the parents of Romeo and Juliet, they saw what their machinations had wrought, and the grief that they must bear for life. Powerful, powerful writing and acting.
That's a possibility Barbarella, but I think they both went to the Skokie house. I think that, just like with the drug dealer, Aubrey acted when Matt threatened them. She shot Matt. Since we never hear the gunshots it may have been Carter who shot Gwen. Perhaps there was time to grab the gun from Aubrey and shoot Gwen to protect Aubrey, though I think it was more likely that Aubrey shot Gwen as well. Remember in the first episode after Aubrey loses their drugs to the women in the bathroom Carter gets angry at her for losing the drugs. She gets angry right back and tells him: "you were supposed to protect me!" I think that was an indication that Carter hadn't protected her against Matt Skokie - she had "protected" herself. I believe that he told his sister that he'd been an accomplice and was going to see Aubrey.
If I remember the context, he was responding to the "innocent" cop's furious reaction to his phony minister act, when he was asked how or why he behaved that way. His answer explained that he lives completely as the predator humans evolved to be. Hence, his continual games, toying with citizens almost randomly, demonstrating his superior control and dominance. The prime predator is a common theme in Cohen brothers movies.
Thank you Scandal for saving this show and Fitz's character before I made my season-end decision to drop this show for good. But no more! That they saved and redeemed Fitz's character at the very end was completely surprising and so well done. Mellie's inability to see how incredibly wrong it was what she did is what slapped Fitz awake from the pro-Mellie stupor he'd been in for too long now. He saw that Mellie would always put herself and her "team" before the welfare of the nation. Aside from the very out of character instance where Fitz endangered the lives of those troops to save Liv (some even died), Fitz has always opted to fall on his sword for the sake of his country and what is right (even for his love for Liv). And in learning what Mellie had done, Fitz's eyes were once again opened to see how seriously misguided Mellie is. The same went for his firing of Cyrus. Good riddance! That Jake walked away the way he did gave him the best and most dignified exit that could've been written for him. It was a relief to hear him finally say out loud what we ALL knew, that Olivia's true love is Fitz. No more need to ignore the obvious. They gave him a great send off. And Olivia's silence at that declaration? Excellent. LOVED the scene on the balcony and that SHE went to meet HIM, surrendering to him at long last. Now with Mellie out of the White House, let's see if the writers are smart enough to give us an Olitz that endures THROUGH all the challenges they will still have to face. Obviously this show can't last too much longer with Fitz already in his 2nd term, so I think it's time to start writing great material where we have a white President and a black First Lady! What great writing that could be! Aw hell, I'm just relieved they're back together and I don't have to drop the show now. Woo-hoo Olitz! And woo-hoo for Fitz being back to his strong and principled self! YES!
Yes. But i don't trust Lizzie bear at all. Olivia and her don't love each other. I'm sure Olivia she will the defense Mellie and Cyrus. I hope so.
I am a devoted tvd viewer but lately I had zero interest in the show.Now the finale although it had lot of plot holes it was little emotional since a series regular said goodbye.Now I am all for watching season 7 if the writers focus more on the brotherly relationship and less on the romance.The writers seriously need to focus on the storybase and try to bring the season 1 level of quality or the originals level of quality.
My god this is the first time I was actually afraid of what Dean might do. I really thought he was going to kill Cass. Crowley's red eyes scared me too. It's been a long time since I've been afraid while watching this show. Everyone did a great job. Very intense. I'm glad Death will be back for the season finale. Cant wait to see how this all plays out.
The vampire diaries could never become as awesome as supernatural.Because tvd writers don't focus on story and Stefan and Damon sure are good brothers but they don't have even half the love as Sam and dean.also supernatural has amazing actors like mark shepherd and Misha Collins which tvd does not have.I doubt tvd would go into season 8.It will barely survive season 8
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