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I need the redemption and repentance thing,I can NOT root for a sociopath and need someone to root for.

The problem with that is that its the most cliched thing EVER. "redemption after revenge' is so tired out and the REASON this show got popular in the first place is because since day one it implied it would not go for that and Ems constantly went on with her revenge despite the moments where typical protagonist would stumble back to goodie-two-shoes route.

The main point of interest of this show IS that Emily is a ruthless antihero.

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Innocent people are getting caught in her crossfire and until this point, she's been unable to acknowledge that fact.

I feel this is a plot inconsistency, as Ems had no problems with THOUSANDS of people loosing their jobs and money in the whole investor takedown in S1. She never really cared about "helping the innocent", so this change in motivation is incredibly jarring and strange for me.

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I hope to gods Aiden is not double-agent. He is the most annoying and most NEEDLESS character in the show, so hopefully Ems finds out about him having killed Takeda and he gets a sword in his gut, because karma's a bitch.

Episode gives me conflicting feelings. On one hand, its nice to see Ems get her hands dirty again instead of tip-toeing around her revenge plan like in S2. On other hand I fear we are going towards a cliched boring "redemption" bullshit.

I hope I am wrong. I hope that evne if the whole redemption is on her mind, the whole boat shooting will set her back on revenge road again.

because let's be frank - we watch this show for her being badass. The VERY FIRST thing the show taught us is that "this is not a story about forgiveness". SO please, writers, DON'T make it about forgiveness and repentance and all that silly bs.

Kitanishi-h-mcdonald

Snowing troubles are quite obvious. Both of them have VERY big secrets hidden from each other - charming still does not know about the truth of his mother's death and its quite clear that Charming also has secrets that will come out in FTL flashbacks.

Add to that Snow's own doubts about morality and all that good and evil stuff and Charming almost "filleting the mermaid" in front of her and you have a recipe for disaster.

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EVERY Episode from now one HAS TO contain at least 15 minutes of Snow and Regina FURIOUSLY arguing with each other about various things.

Seriously that scene just about made the entire already great episode even better for me.

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UGHHH, the sexism is becoming glaringly unbearable now. Between manipulative nature of Darach, Lydia being mistreated and forgotten(AGAIN), Kali being abused and Allison taking a support role AND Ms.Morelli getting injured in preview, this is becoming way too alarming. Now watch Derek kill Jennifer with mistletoe arrow like a Man he is *vomit*

Please, Teen Wolf. Don't turn TVD on me.

Kitanishi-h-mcdonald

(cont'd)

none of this is really feasible except for the very last one.

- The show writers have already confirmed that Red John is series-wide mystery and will go on as long as show does.
- Giving cho a "normal" love interest, would standardize him. What would be the difference between him and Rigsby then, narrative wise?
- Couples only stay happy in the final episode of the show. Till then drama inbound.
- Jisbon stuff will also most likely stay not happening till the final season, if EVER. And for a good reason Lead-partner-romances usually kill procedurals. I would however LOVE it on if Jane would actually have honest emotional relationship with anyone - without him using that person, or baiting that person.
- For kiss - see above.
- Casual time as much as I would love it, usually is non-existent in procedural since Mentalist is pretty much by-the-book procedural, the best one would get is the one episode where Jane would be bored out of his mind not having a murder to work on. And even that is doubtful. The main reason procedurals sell is fake cops solving fake crimes. Not living lives.
- Now the targeting of a team member, I can see. Red John has been made tangible enough for that to work and those people have been pain in his/her arse for quite some time. That would be interesting.

Kitanishi-h-mcdonald

none of this is really feasible except for the very last one.

- The show writers have already confirmed that Red John is series-wide mystery and will go on as long as show does.
- Giving cho a "normal" love interest, would standardize him. What would be the difference between him and Rigsby then, narrative wise?
- Couples only stay happy in the final episode of the show. Till then drama inbound.
- Jisbon stuff will also most likely stay not happening till the final season, if EVER. And for a good reason Lead-partner-romances usually kill procedurals. I would however LOVE it on if Jane would actually have honest emotional relationship with anyone - without him using that person, or baiting that person.
- For kiss - see above.

Kitanishi-h-mcdonald

Oh man, this whole episode was a big mindscrew, basically.

Good to see that the whole natural alpha theory did turn out to be true.

Otherwise I just have no idea on what the hell happened in those 40 minutes of this episode…

I love when shows do the whole anachronistic storytelling thing, but I am not sure Teen Wolf succeeded at it.

Also more signs towards werewolves having some sort of psychic powers?

Also, what the hell was up with Allison and those hallucinations?

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And I'm sorry but how long before Duke decides he needs to kill his alphas to get their powers too?

I am actually thinking that it IS his plan, hence why I guess the whole turning point would be Scott getting Deucalion's pack to his side(hence the whole "don't fight them, lead them" line from Deaton in the trailer).