Are you fucking kidding me? I thought they were bringing back Elijah, so I figured I should catch up on the last few episodes... and they're giving us a Damon flashback instead? Oh hell no. I'm over this shit.
YES! Looks like there's some hope for this spinoff after all! I'll certainly watch it, at least the pilot. Thank god Daniel is finally getting some appreciation for his work.
I think my heart might actually have stopped when Belle got shot. That scene by the border was tense enough without something like that happening! And then a car. Bloody hell. It's been ten minutes, I'm still reeling in shock. Take notice, all other shows, this is how proper cliffhangers are done.
I'd love to see more of Elijah, and the others would be a bonus(if Klaus would stop crying) but what exactly would this show be about? The Originals are ridiculously powerful, impossible to kill and ancient. They work as antagonists, vague threats(remember how exciting Klaus and Elijah were in season 2!), but to make a show all about them? They would have to make them emotionally vulnerable, but ugh, there is no way I'm watching a show about four angsty serial killers having messy lovelives, no matter how sexy they are.
Um, they do realize that if they do this then everyone except the Delena stans will stop watching TVD, right..?
LOL they're actually doing Kennett
Feels like I'm the only one who couldn't stand this episode... the Doctor was behaving thoroughly out of character. His attitude goes against everything we've ever seen in the past 50 years, and without a proper explanation other than "the universe was mean to me" it just fell flat, and if I can't enjoy the Doctor, I just can't enjoy the episode. Not Matt Smith's fault, mind: he did a great job with what he was given, but even his awkwardness couldn't save this trainwreck.
Also - Clara saved the world by crying?!
I'd feel a lot better for Elijah absence if the writers actually bothered to come up with a reason for him being MIA. When he got daggered in season 2, there was a reason for him to be gone. It served the plot, kept the pace up. And when he returned, it was gamechanger and kinda huge, but not HYPE! THIS IS GONNA BE EPIC!! huge. I liked that.
Now, on the other hand, they've reduced him to being little more than fanservice. And the worst is that they didn't have to, he could have had a bunch of great storylines back in s3 or this season - I remember thinking that the reason for him being in 3x22 was that they needed him to be in town so that he could bring Klaus back or try and destroy the stake - but no, let's not bring him back for anything other than painfully obvious fanservice.
Hell, everything on this show is fanservice
They're killing Klaus again? Seriously?
Woah, woah, woah, slow down.
January 6th?! Wtf no... this can't be happening
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