Words...ni don't even have any! That was some incredible Tv watching for sure.
Ugh why? I think if they'd have gave it some time it would have been a true hit with the ratings. I really enjoyed watching it. Sebastian Stan, Barrish., and Weaver were awesome!
My head was spinning last night because all my fave Thursday shows pulled out their A game. I loved this episode. Abby and Harrison have a fun relationship. I was so glad when Quinn finally put Abby in her place. And I'm not opposed to Abby and David.Huck and Olivia's relationship ia one of my favorites.Complicated as it is. They're kind of each others lifeline. I love that she finally noticed that he might be slipping and his protectiveness of her always moves me. I love Huck. The case of the week was very interesting. Loved it.I'm not a romantic sap but Olivia and Fitz draw me in every time. Ridiculous chemistry the actors have. They both push and pull and we seen a more intense side of Fitz but it was kind of necessary. It would have been hard to keep buying him as someone who isn't a pushover or lovably pathetic or as presidential if we didn't see him fired up. I love and loathe Mellie. Loved the quadrangle this week.
That was a BRILLIANT episode! I mean it was incredible and I found myself engrossed with rapt attention. My interest in some characters and some storylines was renewed. The final scene was breathtaking because this show is always at a high speed and one of the complaints I've often had was the craptastic way in which they deal with death. Death always lacks impact but they finally took time and addressed it the way that they should.Ugh and that final scene with Alaric was so gut wrenching and so beautiful and well crafted and acted I had to rewind it three times to let it sink in. Kudos to Matt Davis for returning all of a minute and breaking me with one line and his presence alone and Ian who is just tremendous. One of my favorite episodes of the series.
This show in my opinion started off great right out the gate and midway thru the season all the characters solidified their respective roles but it has reached its stride this season and there is no stopping the fantastic nature of the show. They're all a team now with fondness and loyalty and friendship amongst them all. Reese isn't carrying all the heavy loads, Finch is showing a vulnerability and Carter and Fusco have legitimate work that isn't busywork but their own stories. I love Carter and Reese banter, nothing ever has the same effect as a guy and girl bantering. I love that this show is realistic in dealing wit consequences. Reese doesn't escape brawls unscathed and perfect and Finch is coping in a real manner with what has happen to him.I love that Reese understood that no questions asked. And loved Finch and the progression with Bear...who is AWESOME.
-Emily thanking Nolan. She's finally appreciating him more than she did and acknowledging him as a friend.-Emily 's mother and the WHM.-It needn't be discussed. She's awesome. Simple as that.-I think she's starting to get her footing back. She was getting to emotional last season and now she's trying to reel it back in.-Can't even attempt to guess.-It doesn't matter. The core and most interesting, undeniable, pivotal bond of the series will always be Emily and Nolan. Nothing else, no one else really matters. But I like aidan and Emily more than her and jack or Daniel. More chemistry and more interesting, finally someone on her level.- Charlotte and declan.
-all those family moments between snow and charming 's mom, snow and Emma, charming and Henry, and Jefferson and grace.- Cora, definitely.- Hands down Sir Lancelot. Sinqua Walls did an incredible job. I really hope he isn't dead because I loved him instantly! A very distant second would be Mulan. Aurora sucks.-Storybrook.
Chef thing to blow up. I actually like Chef, but it doesn't change the fact that their relationship is inappropriate and I can't wait to see Angelo punch him out. It sucks that poor Travis and her cook friend his name escaped me have both expressed interest and she's ignored and treated them poorly because she's hung up on a man she shouldn't be with. I like Emmet and Toby as friends and the tine spent on them.
Bay has been harder to tolerate given some of the stuff she does but she still gets a raw deal. There isn't a time when the Kennishes aren't on her case....they do it even when it's unwarranted and unjustified. They always outcast her. I hate this entire zarra storyline and I wanted to smack bay with this money stuff . John and Katherine treating her the way they did didn't technically bother me but because they always nitpick when it comes to her it was difficult to watch...again. I agree with the person who said Angelo is the one parent that tries to understand her. Even though everyone else continuously puts him down and she used him herself. Daphne is agitating too. She isn't behaving maturely. She mistakes bitchy and heartiness for maturity. It isn't.I'm just waiting for the
I love any and every time Eyal guest stars in an episode. The chemistry he has with Annie, his charm, wit, loyalty ...all of it makes him one of my favorite characters on the show and my favorite covert make right up there with Auggie. I'm not opposed to either ship because with both those makes there is a deep friendship, trust, and mutual understanding where you don't care how her relationship with either of them goes as long as she has them both in her life in some fashion. Her behavior wasn't so much selfless as it was stupid. I felt for Eyal and was as annoyed as he was. Incredible episode. Auggies dedication to Annie always gives me chills. What was with Joan and the pills? Covert Affairs has really found its stride this season for sure.
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