Caitlyn Forum Posts
It makes the most sense with Faye because of the hint we were given through Jane and Dawn's conversation. Plus what someone mentioned earlier which was the connection that Cassie had through Faye's dreams. I think it would be really interesting for these two and their dynamics if they found out they were half-sisters.
But at the same time, I like @PsychoticBeach's theory. Although it's far-fetched, it'll be an interesting twist. Cause right now we all assume it's Faye so if it isn't, that'll be fun to watch as well.
I'm pretty sure John Blackwell is her father. The "documents" that Calvin Wilson left for Cassie were with a "JB" and I doubt that it actually stands for Jane Blake. It doesn't really add anything to the story if it does. John Blackwell was probably where Cassie got her black magic from.
All of that has been confusing me too. The fact that they all coincidentally had children at the exact same time and most likely at a very young age. Cause even if they were supposedly 20 that's still relatively early for all the parents to have had kids at the same time. I think though that being bound to different circles is a logical explanation for the parents and their respective circles. There are definitely a lot of inconsistencies and holes in the back story of the parents and hopefully the show will address them so we can understand it better.
I thought it was a really good episode. There's definitely chemistry between Cassie and Jake but I can't look past the fact that he's the antagonist right now.
Definitely Adam and Cassie! Although I don't want them getting together anytime soon, I want them to be together eventually. And I agree that seeing Jake and Faye would be interesting. Jake obviously messed her up real bad the first time so it would be fun to watch how it is the second time around.
Bringing back Shelby and Beth in order to tap into this story was a really good move on the writers' part. I think it's important for them to show how giving up a baby for adoption can really affect a person's life. I liked how the episode tackled this episode until Quinn reveals that she wants custody of Beth. The episode did such a good job with Shelby exposing what pain Quinn is feeling. You even admire the character for allowing Puck and Quinn into Beth's life. And really, the scene between Puck, Shelby, and Beth was one of the best of Puck in all three seasons of Glee. Even Shelby and Quinn's conversation was good because you got to see more of Quinn's pain. But when you bring up Quinn wanting full custody -- well then Glee is going back to its unrealistic and over the top storylines. It would've been a lot better if they just showed Quinn continuing to struggle with this and making the effort to be enough to be a part of Beth's life. Now we're going to be seeing a crazy 18-year old trying to get full custody of a child she's already given up for adoption. Storyline is good but it could've been so much better.
I'm all for Quick but I got so frustrated with Quinn in the last episode. She needs to grow up! She wants full custody of Beth when she's far from being mature enough to have a child. She was more mature when she had Beth and now she decides she wants to have her? Puck's far better and he doesn't even want that; which further shows that character's maturity.
I'm not convinced that Dorota is actually pregnant because it just seems like her protecting Blair and the writers' way of fooling us until the actual reveal was made. Like what everyone said earlier, why would she even need that book? And it was also about Blair's reaction to it when Eleanor questioned her about it. She was speechless, Dorota saw that, and she stepped in. And I'm pretty sure Blair knew about her pregnancy before it was pointed out to her.
I guess it's possible that Dorota also is but the intentions of her pregnancy are for the sake of Blair.
I don't know how the writers will be able to handle a baby storyline but I think it'll be possible if they just show the transition of the characters into this situation really well. As for the baby itself, it just has to be a girl. Can't imagine Blair having a son. And whether or not it's Louis' child, I expect a regal name.
Is Dorota really pregnant though? I felt like that was just her covering up for Blair and the writers' way of fooling us for a bit.