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Second favorite show ever, second only to MASH. Everything on this show is perfecto.
AB much get over lavon because lavon dont love her lemon is the one that lavon love for life , is time to end AB and lavon and put lemon and lavon back together there or meant to be together just like zoe and wade , is over no more AB and lavon is lemon and lavon time now . because that is hart and Dixie last season , this two are endgame team lemon/lavon so love that can wait xthank you leila gerstein great work .
I appreciate the review though a key thing needs to be noted. Grimm is by far the only show that is delivering overall plot progression with almost each episode. It is almost giving no time to breathe. First with Nick's Grimm Powers and then With Monroe and Now with Juliette. Wonderful writing. It's compact in its endeavour, something the shows these days miss a lot. However I hope we get back to the original story for one episode. The keys and the treasure hidden somewhere powerful enough to cause apocalypse. It's like people almost forgot about it.
I agree that almost every episode so far this season has been related to overarching plot progression, without a lot of "fluff". I am curious to know if they'll be getting back to the keys at some point, myself!
This may be one of my favorite episodes so far. It felt a whole piece somehow with a satisfying beginning, middle and end. I am worried about Constantine not being picked up for a 2nd season. It has an ambience and niche not quite filled by any other supernatural show, where the stakes are high and deep. I have trouble following it sometimes because I can't always hear what is being said clearly.
How are The Kardashians not on the list? Or any of the Housewives shows?
This is the kind of episode one waits and waits for, hoping and hoping that it will not disappoint. And boy did it not. I loved this episode. In fact, I wished I dvd'd it so I could watch it again and again. There were so many good moments, most of which you mentioned. I am thrilled with the choices they have made in this season. The handling of Wu, Juliette. Most of all it was fun to see all of the "posse" at full command of their powers/selves, consciously or not, give the wesenrein their due. Did I say this episode didn't disappoint? I hope that they let Nick be a Grimm and less of a cop in more situations.
My only problem with this episode was that Nick didn't have a problem with Juliette going with them to get Monroe. He knew it was going to be very dangerous and I am surprised he didn't bat an eye at her coming along. I mean, we knew she was now a hexenbiest, but Nick didn't...and if she hadn't been a hexenbiest she would have been killed.
It's entirely possible that Nick *wasn't* happy about involving Juliette in this, but he kept his feelings on the subject to himself. I really don't think that he would have been able to make her stay behind, anyway. She's already demonstrated handiness with a hand gun in a previous episode, plus she's not scared to face down Big Scary Wesen. And they were really short on manpower.
I disagree about The Voice. Yes, they have yet to have any breakout pop radio stars, but Cassadee Pope's album went to number 1 on the country charts, and has a platinum single, Danielle Bradbery is also doing well in country her album was a top 20 hit, she's signed to Taylor Swift's label, and she's still not old enough to drink, Josh Kaufman just finished up in the Tony-awarding musical Pippin. Runner ups and top six winners are also still working on an uphill climb. I'm sure it's similar for other Idol winners also. They may not become stars, but they are able to become working vocal artists - as opposed to working in Starbucks to pay the bills while working on their craft. Of course, Idol is the show that by it's title promises stardom. The Voice is about finding talent. The real point of these reality shows though is entertainment, and the Voice is consistently that. The judges have good chemistry, the talent competing is generally good, and the coaching sessions are interesting. On The Voice what comes across is that everyone involved really cares about music and as a music lover it's great to watch. Idol on the other hand, has always been about star-making, and it stopped being fun to watch a long time ago.
Such a great actress (Love her on Jessie too!) and such a great show! <3
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