There is a big hole in the entire Ingrid-Emma foster home history. If Ingrid/Snow Queen found a way to Boston to bond with Emma as a teenager, why did she just let her run away a couple of years later & not go after her? The lady is obviously powerful & was outside of Storybrooke's existence & curses. The audience is being shown that her motivation happens long prior to Storybrooke being created. It doesn't make sense that she'd just allow Emma to leave after going to the trouble of finding this world, becoming Emma's foster mother, & bonding with her. Also, Emma was supposedly a teenager when she went to live w/Ingrid. But, the drawing looked like it had been done by a child. That was bad continuity.
If Coulson really wants to have leverage over both Wards, he either needs to locate brother #3 or get a mind-reader on to the SHIELD crew.
I thought Diggle used to work at ARGUS with Lyla & Waller, after he left the military. He knows her. That's the impression I got.
I think it's was all the light. 75% of the time, I cannot tell what is happening in the fight scenes in Starling City because they are TOO DARK. Didn't have that problem in Corto Maltese. Nor do I have it in THE FLASH or AGENTS OF SHIELD.
That was a heartbreaking moment - Gemma saying she left because she was the reason Fitz wasn't improving. I guess she reminds him of what he was like before & he strains to return to that point when she is around, instead of finding different ways to communicate.
Wen is in great shape & does a lot. But, no, they have some excellent stunt doubles & *choreographers* who really should be recognized. Insurance prevents her from doing really dangerous stuff. What I love about AoS is their attitude about making an older female character the martial arts star in a series instead of a 30-year-old guy. It's not a big deal to them. They don't draw attention to it. It simply IS. "Well, duh! Why not? She's awesome." It's continuing the Buffy tradition on the opposite end of the scale. THANK YOU!
Good show. But, people should really watch DAMAGES to see what inspired it. The Glenn Close-led lawyer drama perfected the flashback, flash-forward, flash-sideways method of storytelling. And, they rarely put time stamps in, expecting the audience to know what was going on.
I'd like to see bottle-bound Jafar face of against mirror-bound Sidney. Giancarlo Esposito has not been allowed to show how really scary he can be on OUAT. Frankly, he'd wipe the floor with Regina & Anastasia. Ever seen him on BREAKING BAD?
I'm disappointed in how Felicity was written in this episode wrt Ray Palmer. When we met her in Season 1, she was very independent. It's taken her a while to warm up to the idea of being with any guy, much less Oliver. So, the fact that her head is turned by Palmer's billionaire moves in under one week seems more than a little shallow. Come on - even Laurel would see through that & tell him to cool his heels in his boardroom. Why do action shows always make the women progressively more dependant on the male leads? Felicity doesn't need to cry on the nearest wealthy male to show viewers she wants more out of life. She just needs to be shown doing more than typing on the underground computer.
I think it's been established that Elizabeth & Henry are pretty cozy at the Univ of Virginia. She doesn't seem to have any pull with Harvard. IMO, this was the weakest part of the episode. The whole grade thing making the difference btw life or death for a CIA asset was insulting for all parties involved - Elizabeth, Henry, *and* the Russian. Weapons systems are serious business. Reputations, regimes, & careers rise & fall on their acquisition. To think that someone that high in any gov't would seriously consider the arming of a country as equally important to their child's GPA didn't leave any of them in a good light IMO. And, hello! Arming Pakistan?!?! With all due respect, CIA assets know the drill. Is saving one asset worth a nuclear war btw Pakistan & India, because that's what it would come down to. THAT should have been the issue. Not Henry's integrity.
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