I liked the episode I'm loving this season, but I'm over Nora. I wasn't a fan of hers in general. Initially I was just indifferent. Now I just don't like her. She has moments but overall haven't like her since she became a wolf. Her remarkable disgust for Aidan is insane. I mean she actually considered killing him probably still is and living in a house that you originally bought, with a woman who considers you disposable is insane. Her dislike of him reached new heights this episode and I loathed it. It's disrespectful to josh. His friend, his family. And it isn't the same as her relationship with the twins because they were a threat to josh and Aiden was looking out for both of them. I look forward to his relationship with bubble boy. It could be what they both need. I like how happy Sally is. I was annoyed at first with her ghost actions but when s
Four episodes in a row that have been spectacular. Three of which in the span of a week. I do believe this show has found its footing! I am loving...the friendmance between Sherlock and Watson so much. They slowly have become real friends. I love that. They care about each other and its genuine and they know it but avoid talking about it. They like being around each other. That's huge for a high functioning sociopath like Sherlock and Watson who seems to alienate herself. I loved the break from murder and I wanted to pummel Rhys. But it was great conflict.
I enjoyed Jessica in this episode. I loved that she's seeing Mike in a better light. I love her dynamic with Harvey which is equally pivotal and correlates with the Mike and Harvey progeny relationship. I loved the return of Daniel and how he tried to play min games to destroy a loyalty that is fierce and unshakeable even at its worse. I loved Donna and Louis getting in on the action. Louis and Harveys scene was one of my favorite ones of the night. I loved the ending when Harvey told Jessica she was beautiful (to compensate for that horrible deposition) and Donna's face. I always seen Donna as more of a sister figure or best friend so the shipping stuff baffles me and when they hint at the unrequited love I cringe because its so beneath such exceptional characters. But Harvey looks at Jessica with respect,reverence, and care and Donna looks at him with love and understanding and the loyalty that shadows them all is mesmerizing. I like that and I like these bonds for transcending romantic hookups and entanglements.
Incredible episode! Loved it! I don't understand the Jessica hate. I find it interesting because she's the female equivalent of Harvey but she catches more heat for her behavior. Everyone else seen bitchy. I seen her unhinged, her back against a wall at an emotional point. Except like Harvey she doesn't do so great with emotional vulnerability so like Harvey she lashes out and gets indignant and throws herself into winning. Like Harvey her pride and competitive spirit gets the better of her. We've seen similar behavior out of him before...and her lashing out at him (who accepted it for what it was) was no different than what he does to Mike. I actually liked the juxtaposition between her and Harvey. It was like a role reversal. She was unhinged and he was being as composed and level headed as she typically is. I thought it was brilliant. I'm one of the few fans that probably finds Jessica and Harveys relationship the most fascinating and compelling.
Insanity. Pure insanity. Fantastic review by the way because it is two days later and I'm still speechless. This show is utterly ridiculous. Utterly, insanely ridiculous and yet it is so damn good. I don't even care. Fitz was one character who despite his affair came across as untainted somehow and now he's a murderer. I had that back and forth too when he was making his way to her bed...I mean Fitz would never...but boy did he. This cast is incredible. One of the best casts on television... I mean Guillermo as my lovable psychopathic Huck gets me every time. Bellamy is so brilliant at playing Mellie. Kerry, Josh...love this cast. I look forward to seeing what Fitz and Mellie look like, how Olivia copes with losing her diabolical motherfigure, questioning the morality of Cyrus her father figure, and losing her love. And Scott Foley is coming to town Can't wait!
Hmmm. Well alrighty then.
-zzzzzzzz.... I'm sorry, did someone say something? I'm with you Leigh.That may work better than Ambien. Umm...Klaus said something witty in that delicious voice of his with the equally as delicious accent. And he face acted like a Boss.
-Seriously? That's a legitimate question? I think not.
-No. Why would he? He's damn near top of the food chain for fudge's sake. But he probably will be forced to somehow so there is that.
-No. But I kinda want to see it anyway. Even though Caroline totally sucks again. Season 4 Caroline =Season 1 Caroline with fangs.
Thank you Matt. I am in complete concurrence with everything you said. It was by far the weakest episode of the season so far.
@drich 61 If I may can I give you a mini history lesson? I assure you I'm not being rude here. The unfortunate thing about teaching black history or most history in general in school is that they don't teach you everything. It could still make historical sense. Not every black person in America was a slave during that time. Also, ready for this one? There were in fact black people on American soil prior to slavery. They used to work side by side with other immigrants no problems before the slave trade became a thing. There used to be a whole city of wealthy black people before it was burned down. Also in Louisiana there used to be a small population of educated biracial and blacks that were separate from those in slavery. Mostly composed of descendants of those here prior to slavery. So no, it isn't historically impossible and now that Marcel is in fact cast as a black /mulatto maybe we'll see what the background story is. Just my 2Â¢. :)
@Sa'ad how is Marcel not an appropriate name? They are in New Orleans. Heavily Cajun and Creole. French names for all ethnicities are common there. It's a common name for blacks in that area too. Also, maybe she did, maybe she didn't but having a little color in show that is supposed to be taking place in a very diverse location isn't bad and makes sense. Twice so far for him and with the latina. Finally!
I know some are already questioning the believability but whether people realize it or not, there were blacks that weren't slaves. There were blacks here before slavery even began. There was a population of biracial individuals who were free in those parts as well. So if it turns out that he wasn't a slave (because he could have came after slavery, don't know why people are assuming he's that old) it would still make sense.
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