Great episode! Coulson is Director now. Of course, he's holding things back from his team. Director is a hell of a lot more different than Team Leader. As he explained to Fitz last week, that's what directors do - put everyone on a need to know basis. And, Coulson wasn't upset w/Fury about the need-to-know thing. All gov't agents understand that is the job. He was upset that information about his OWN health & revival was kept from him. I'm pretty sure he wouldn't care if Fury kept his own health status private. Seriously, do we expect to know the medical conditions of everyone we work with? Good golly, I hope not.
Emma's mother is Snow White, an only child. She wouldn't have first cousins unless they were from David's side of the family. But, his twin brother died. Do you mean Snow's mother/Emma's grandmother had sisters? That's a possibility. They would be Emma's great-aunts.
I want to know what game Mr. Gold is playing. He's "happily" married to Belle. But, he's playing both sides in offering to help the Snow Queen, who is manipulating his grandson's family. Is being "good" too boring for the Dark One?
I'm so glad OUAT cast Elizabeth Mitchell in a part. I never saw LOST. But, she's just a fantastic actress. Wonder if she & Giancarlo Esposito will get any scenes together. It would be like a little REVOLUTION reunion! BTW, if the Snow Queen ever loses her magic, Mitchell knows her way around swords, guns & action scenes. She is believably formidable in a fist fight.
From Oz. The one with green skin who was in 3/4 of the episodes last season.
I wish I knew more about medical procedures today because I don't understand half of what Henry refers to. I understood his reference to dialysis in the flashback. But, the other thing went over my head. And, what he was doing to his sick friend at the very end, with the pump - well, no idea there at all.
Anything they can do to keep Judd Hirsch onscreen as much as possible is fine with me.
OMG...how is this possible? Grace Park is 40 years old. 40! She's older than Alex O'Loughlin with the body of a woman half her age. That is some genes you have, Kono!
I watch a lot of procedural/crime shows. Each one has their strengths & weaknesses. For me, HAWAII 5-0 stopped being the "old" cops & robbers 5-0 in season 1. Today, I watch it for pure escapism, like a Bond movie. I loved the flashbacks to how everyone met, the couples therapy session, the over-the-top villains & action, weird relatives popping in & out of the team's lives, *and* how solid Adam & Kono still are after 3 seasons. They have got to be one of the sexiest couples on tv, and they don't even have to do anything! Just looking at each other in an outdoor shower, or sitting on a front porch, they have great chemistry. I hope Lenkov gives her a break, and lets Kono have that happy ending that the whole 5-0 team can get behind. Keep up the good work, 5-0! Leave the "reality" to the multiple CSIs, NCISs, L&O's, plus BONES, CASTLE, THE MENTALIST, ELEMENTARY, MASTERPIECE MYSTERY, etc. (all of which I watch). I want you to continue being my escapist fare that is not connected to any comic book series.
Colorblind women are rare. But, they do exist. It was explained that the witness lost her ability to see color due to the side effect of medication; not anything genetic.
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