Casckett forever Profile
Member Since: 11/24/2008Favorite Shows: 90210, Alphas, Arrow, Beauty and the Beast, Blue Bloods, Body of Proof, Bones, Castle, Chicago Fire, Covert Affairs, Dallas, Emily Owens, M.D., Friends, Fringe, Gossip Girl, Grey's Anatomy, Hart of Dixie, Harry's Law, Haven, Lipstick Jungle
The Vampire Diaries Review: Yes, Sire (11/30/2012)Stefan is a hypocrite. And so is Caroline. They should really think about themselves before judging others. Stefan doesn't care about anybody but himself. He is to do whatever it takes to find this ridiculous cure to turn Elena back to human, eventhough this puts her back in Klaus' way. The fact is that eventhough she chose Stefan, she loved Damon before she became a vampire. I think that after the turn she lost her guilt about that, so she changed her choice. Stefan is willing to sacrifice Jeremy and he just keeps justifying his actions but he is just rationalizing. And Caroline is just full of BS! She is calling Damon evil and repulsive when she likes Klaus, the ultimate bad guy? Give me a break...
Arrow Review: Hiding In Plain Sight (11/29/2012)continues... ...too many rejections on both sides, and it could become very tiresome to watch.
Arrow Review: Hiding In Plain Sight (11/29/2012)The idea of the show is that Laurel and Oliver will end up together. The thing is, it could (and probably will) take a long time. In the meantime, there has to be something going on, right? Oliver can relate to Helena, but he does not love her. He barely knows her. He loves Laurel, and has decided to stay away from her to protect her and himself. Laurel has mixed feelings, she loves him but she knows he's not trustworthy. I think that she getting involved with Tommy is a bad idea, he may be nicer and more charming than Oliver, but they are very similar, or rather, he is very similar to Laurel's image of Oliver. The new Oliver has many layers and has more depth, Tommy is a rich boy with no credit card. That tantrum was telling. I don't feel sorry for him, sorry. Get a job!!! I think the only reason the writers are pushing Tommy and Laurel is to get her on a storyline that does not mix her with Oliver, because she has to be on the show, but putting them together too often could end up in too many rejections on both sides to become tiresome.