I thought the episode was hilarious. I've also struggled with the properly worded text issue and I loved the think tank scene.
This was THE worse episode. I watch this to see Ichabod and Abbie battle demons NOT for soap opera-ish junk. What the heck are the writers doing? Get back to the original premise, have Katrina go over to the dark side (so she can at least be tolerable and interesting) and get Ichabod and Abbie back. Stop doing this marriage drama. After all, Katrina was DEAD...marriage over. The best thing about this episode was the turning of the head of the guy in the painting...very creepy. Otherwise, sorry this was boring. I actually was switching back and forth with watching something else, something I never do when Abbie and Ichabod are onscreen.
Please Fox...if I want relationship drama, well, that's what soap operas are for. STOP TRYING TO FORCE KATRINA DOWN OUR VIEWING THROATS. At best, have her go over to the dark side with the Horseman. Ichabod/Katrina is BORING. The show is abut Abbie and Ichabod fighting the forces of evil. Get back to that premise and you will stop the ratings slump!
Nice episode. They gave a nod to the late Mesach taylor. He had played Rossi's sargent while in Vietnam.
the show was fine.. sour grapes you have..spit out.. a good family show
I thought Ophilia Lovibond hit it out of the park. She had to go through a whole range of emotions, sometimes changing within seconds, and often with only a moment to express herself. The realization that Simon wasn't her rapist, yet what those women went through was every bit as terrible, was painful. It was clear all along that Simon wasn't the main villain, although there's some connection to him, since Melanie's missing emerald ring was in the attic. I thought Sherlock's speech not giving her fears credence at the end was patronizing to her, which seemed unlike him. I think at the end of this arc Kitty goes back to London. There's no way she can go back to working with the PD after beating that woman.
I'm confused about Monroe this episode. I think I missed something along the way. Considering that his life is indeed in deep danger, why hasn't he completely turned into a Wesen and stayed a Wesen to fight for his life? Why does he quickly turn and then turn human again very quickly. This makes no sense. He would at least have a fighting chance to get away if he turned Wesen and stayed Wesen. What did I miss here? I don't see anyone else talking about this.
This exciting a gay meta (we don't really know if he is bad) against a hero who played gay. The preview has the Piper flirting with the Flash.
You forgot to mention the simmering mess that is Cole (who remembered he'd be so hot?) and Paige and the lovely demented Eve/JJ. This is soaps at it's best -- the rest is silence.
Glee, ugh hate that show!
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