I figured I'd be surprised by A no matter what just because it'd be surprising actually coming face to face with them. However last week I started thinking that when A was finally revealed I would feel a little disappointed and not totally surprised because I have considered pretty much everyone that A could possibly be, so no matter who it turned out to be there would have been that feeling of knowing and suspecting that person. I'm very happy to say that that was not the case and that I was totally surprised in learning that Cece is A. As she explained her story everything started making complete sense. I never suspected Cece at least if I did I don't remember because it was a long time ago. I only ever thought she was red coat. Then in that episode when she got on the plane I forgot about her. Never would I have guessed that she was A. I was also super surprised because I never even considered that she would be Charles. This whole season I had a list in my head od people I crossed off because I knew they weren't A. I never suspected someone of being A and no one was even a maybe A this season I was just making a list of everyone who was definitely not A. Cece was nowhere near on the list. She never even crossed my mind. I was truly shocked to find out that she was A/Charles. After last weeks episode and the preview for this one I knew that A was someone we knew because of all the girls reaction. They were shocked because they obviously knew the person. And because of that I knew that it was someone we knew pretty well. I still never thought it'd be Cece. When Allison was asking questions and we saw A standing at the window I thought that it looked like a female body so A must be a female. Still Cece didn't cross my mind. I can't get over that I never even suspected Cece. I'm just so shocked by it. Sarah was working for A and this whole time she was acting. I called that the minute they found her in that doll house. I knew that there was something up with her and that she was helping A. I had know idea she was red coat I just knew she was helping A. I always forget to think of people who red coat could be so I didn't even think she must be red coat. The part when she wouldn't follow the girls into the room I just said I knew it. There isn't a more obvious way of showing that she is indeed working with A other than directly showing her with A. One thing that surprised me was how long it took for the girls to realize that Sarah was working with A. Their first thought was that the police weren't coming because Tanner was working for A not Sarah. I was just like come on! Sarah said she'd call Tanner. Obviously she didn't because she's working for A. They figured it out eventually so it's okay but I couldn't believe they didn't put it together sooner. I'm still a little confused as to why Sarah was helping Cece. Unless I missed something that was never explained. Why did Sarah help A ruin the lives of these random girls she had no connection what so ever to? Since day one A has been this scary, all knowing, all powerful, psychotic bitch that we've hated. I've been prepared to hate A no matter what and not feel an ounce of sympathy toward them what so ever. So I found myself surprised when I actually started to feel for Cece. I felt bad for her. I felt bad that I felt bad because I was thinking that I shouldn't feel bad but I can't help but feel bad. Her parents seriously screwed her up. Her mother was the only one that loved her and seeing that she found her body was so sad. I've always thought Mr. D was a serious jerk and this episode just proved how much of a jerk he truly is. I did not feel bad for him at all when he was in that death like state she put him in. I felt bad for Jason but Mr. D nope, didn't care, I didn't even care when for a second we thought he was dead. Most of this episode was us just watching the girls watch Cece confess about everything. Hardly anything really happened. We literally just sat there and got all the answers we've been waiting for. That wasn't a bad thing. I loved the way they did it. We were finding everything out just as Ali and the girls were. It was perfectI had been wondering who A is all day but I had also been wondering if we find out who A is the what are the going to do with the show? Who's going to be the big bad? That last scene when we jumped ahead 5 years I was left with the need for answers just like in the very first episode of the show. I've been with the show since the beginning so it's weird to finally have all the answers we've been wanting. To me it's always seemed like we'd never find out. Now we have. It's so weird.One question I'm wondering though is who let the moms out of the basement because last I remember they were still stuck down there unless I missed something. It's a small thing but I'm curious about it. Especially since you know all this stuff was going on and they were stuck in a basement. Cece came to kill Bethany but ended up hitting Allison. Mona came to kill Ali but ended up killing Bethany. Kinda funny how that all worked out. I felt bad that Mona killed someone but I don't care that it was Bethany because from those flashbacks she was a real bitch even as a child and totally deserved it. We all knew Toby's mom didn't kill herself but seeing that Bethany killed her and blamed it on Charles was shocking.I felt bad for Mona when she thought she was talking to Ali but it was really Cece. I've like Mona for awhile now and have felt bad for her before but in this episode it was different because we actually saw how messed up she was and it really made me feel for her. One of the things I loved was that A has put them through hell but when she was about to jump all the girls begged her not to and tried to talk her down. Even though they hate A they heard her story and even though she's made these girls suffer these last few years they still felt bad for her. Hannah had some of my favorite lines. My favorite was when they were waiting in the car and she asked if they thought that the bags that were being moved had Ali's chopped up body in them. My next favorite was when she tried to talk Cece down and she said that she'd been a bitch but didn't want her to jump. Hannah is perfect. She just says what's on her mind. How many times has Hannah said exactly what we were thinking? I've always loved Hannah's lines but this was one of the first times that I really realized how good Hannah's lines were while watching most times I don't realize till after or after watching the episodes a few more times. I'm still reeling from the shock of finding everything out. Now we have to wait for the show to return before we get answers on this new mystery. I'm so excited, I can't wait. I had the same feeling as when I first started the show and it's exciting to have that feeling again for a show that's been part of my life for so long. I know this episode didn't answer every question and we still need answers to some really big ones like who killed Mrs. D. But I hope that we'll get those answers. At the end I was left kind of wanting to see more of Cece/Charlotte/Charles/A and from the looks of the time jump it looks like we might get to see more of her because the girls might actually end up needing her helping in dealing with this new big bad.
Can this show get any better? It's so amazing. I can't believe there's only 2 episodes left it totally needs more. I loved John and Pawter's scenes. Johnny really can make friends with anyone. I think they have new found special friendship something she could never have with D'avin but I don't see it going anywhere romantic. I just can't picture them that way. I've been kind of agreeing with everyone in wanting to know more about Johns past but I like the way we're learning about it. We don't get a ton of straight answers like we do with D'avin we get small things just in casual conversation. John is definitely my favorite character and I didn't think it was possible but I love him even more now. In the beginning I didn't like D'avin but then a few episodes ago I started to slightly like him. Now I don't like or dislike him. I truly have no feelings to him what so ever. John is such a great guy. He's been so great and trying to make the whole team thing work since the beginning. In this episode he finally had enough of it all and kind of just snapped with that rant to the bad guys before killing them. I just loved how he did that. Johnny isn't mad D'avin stabbed him with the knife he's mad he screwed everything up. I saw D'avin coming in and joining the team being an issue from the beginning. Johnny obviously loves his brother but he can't depend on him because he always leaves. Their issues go far beyond all the recent events and it will take more then 2 more episodes for them to be okay. I really hope we get another so we can see that happen. It was small but one of my favorite moments of the episode was the ending where Dutch came in and said she couldn't sleep and laid down next to Johnny and he read her the comic as a bed time story. I thought it was so cute and such a brother sister moment. It just showed me how great of a relationship Dutch and John truly have. That family bond they have is one of my favorite things about this show. Their relationship is actually probably one of my favorite on TV. Totally agree that Killjoy level 6 is a thing. There's no way that they bring it up in 2 episodes and it not be a thing. It's totally a thing and I want to know more. I didn't know Pawter had an addiction but I knew she was hiding something and wasn't surprised to find out that it was an addiction. She knew John had dealt with an addict before I'm guessing mom or someone he really cared about but leaning more towards mom. Can't wait for the next episode.
This episode was good but also very confusing for me. I feel like we're getting so much then we have more questions. It's good it's just driving me insane not knowing anything. I'm glad that we finally learned how each victim is connected to The Dread Doctors. That scene where Stiles was lying on the ground, his jeep tipped over, and it burning was the exact scene we got in the first episode with Lydia and her flashbacks. So I assume that's one question with the flashbacks is done unless the exact same thing happens again in the future which I don't think they'll do. My first though after episode one was that those flashbacks or at least some of them were taken out of context and they aren't what they looked like and it looks like that was right about Stiles. One flashback down and everyone else's to go. My favorite part is honestly when Hayden punches Liam. I just loved that so much. I hope to see more of their relationship. I knew Malia and Lydia's attacks were a hallucination but I wasn't sure about Scotts. I thought his might have actually been real I was actually leaning more toward real than hallucination. I want to know what is up with Kira. At the beginning I feel like Kira's mom knew something was wrong with Kira because she was speaking in Japanese but I don't think she knew what was wrong because she seemed surprised when Kira almost killed her. I also think that when her mom came in and Kira was gone and all that was left was a 115 I think she may know what is now wrong with her. She either knows something or doesn't know at all. She and Kira's father seemed very scared when they saw the number. I got that they know what it means and that it's not good but it could also be that they know this is more serious than they thought and they have no idea what's going on. Theo is definitely a bad guy but that's not new info. He's definitely going against Scott and Stiles because he got Stiles to admit that he didn't feel bad when Donovan died and was actually kind of glad about it. After Stiles said it Theo couldn't hold back a small little grin. We also learned what happened to Theos sister. I was starting to feel bad for him when we flashbacked and saw that he found his sister when she was still alive and watched her died. Turns out Theos been a psycho all his life it's nothing new. One thing I've been curious about though is that Theo's eyes are yellow and when a wolf takes an innocent they turn blue. It may just be me but seeing how evil Theo is he doesn't seem like the type of wolf to have never taken an innocent life so how are his eyes yellow still? Does it have something to do with The Dread Doctors? He doesn't work for them and they don't work for him so how are they connected? He said something to the one about how they're supposed to share everything so it seems like they may have a business relationship or something. I wanna know their connection more than anything it's driving me crazy not knowing.
Such a great episode. It was so emotional. This show has easily become my favorite Syfy show and maybe even my favorite summer show. I can't imagine not getting another season. The show is just so fantastic. It's no secret that Johnny is my favorite character and I completely agree that he is the heart of the team. From the preview we got last week I knew Johnny was going to get hurt but it was still so emotional. I never feared Johnny wouldn't be okay. But everyone's reaction and just everything made it so emotional. Lucy not knowing what to do was sad and then Dutch running to see him as he was in surgery. Pawter was awesome in the scene where she got to the ship to save Johnny. The med ship wasn't going to come and get them but she yelled at them and gave them her name and they came. That intrigues me on who she is. I wanna know more. I didn't really suspect anything of Dr. Jaeger. So I wasn't completely surprised that she was the bad guy. I was a little surprised that she gave the kill warrant. I kind of hope that her memory being wiped means that this is the end of D'avin and all this memory stuff but I also have a feeling that it's not because Jaeger said something to Dutch that made it seem like something big was going to happen and if that's true it will most likely involve soldiers and the experiments she was running. I liked the scene between Johnny and Pree after he'd just walked in on D'av and Dutch. I liked it because when they were talking Johnny knew that things would go bad and he'd have to choose sides and he and Pree both knew he'd choose Dutch. I just thought that said a lot about Johnny and Dutch's relationship. I also liked how after John was stabbed Dutch was there with him the whole time. She never said anything but just her reaction showed that he is the most important to her and that if she had to make a decision ever she'd choose Johnny. At least that's what I got from it. I can't believe there's only 3 episodes left. I feel like the show just started. I need more episodes and seasons. It's been a long time since I've loved a show this much especially a new show.
I like Lorenzo and Allison together and I hope that they can work things out. I don't see anything wrong with their relationship. Toby is a police officer and Spencer is still in school. Ali's the same age as the rest of the girls and Lorenzo is around the same age as Toby it looks. Aria and Ezra were together and there's an even bigger age difference between them it seems and he was her teacher for a little while. I don't see a problem with Lorenzo and Ali and I just think they're so good together. I completely agree. I don't see how Emily good mistake Reese for Jason. They look nothing alike. He could be a Dilaurentis but I don't think he is. They only think he is because he has blonde hair and blue eyes like the rest of the Dilaurentis' they even said that but other than that there's nothing else similar.
I like episodes when they have a psychopath because they tend to be a very interesting case but the character also seems to annoy me. Because just like Daniel they're all so cocky and confidant that they aren't going to get caught. It makes it so satisfying when they're proven wrong. I loved how Jane tricked Daniel at the end. I didn't think about it but it could make sense if Daniel was the one that burned down Jane's apartment especially after remembering the narratives because he wrote about fire. Daniel was very good at mimicking others emotions but he never once fooled Jane.
Just last week I said I wanted to see Camille and Linus have dinner with his parents and this week we did. Their dinner was just as great as I imagined it would be. The first few weeks I was unsure of Stichers and I'm still a little unsure but each week I keep looking forward to the next episode and like the show more and more. Why did Maggie have to be right about Liam? Couldn't Liam have been a normal good guy that just got his heart broken? Did he really have to be working for some shady mystery person?
This show is driving me crazy. The only reason I'm sticking around is because of Big Jim, Julia, Norrie, and Joe. Everyone especially Barbie is driving me insane. I get that they have something inside of them but how can Barbie and Junior and just everyone be so clueless and not even listen to anyone. I actually liked Sam this episode. I haven't really cared about him other wise. Yay! He stabbed Christine, but he couldn't have killed her? I was also hoping that Eva would die and not just be knocked out after Norrie slammed her head into the wall. In season 1 we were told that the dome was their to protect them, how the hell is it protecting them by body snatching everyone? If this show gets renewed for another season I will probably still watch out of just pure curiosity and needing answers but I'll be incredibly shocked and a little disappointed. I don't want shows I watch to be cancelled usually but with this I just don't care anymore.
Tonight was an awesome night for Syfy I thought. Defiance, Killjoys, and Dark Matter all had great episodes that I really enjoyed. Dark Matter has been my favorite so far partly because of the mystery of it but I think the real reason because I discovered it first and if I hadn't been watching it then I never would have discovered Killjoys. I've been having a mental argument with myself all week and I've finally come to the conclusion that Killjoys is the better show. I still love Dark Matter but it's not as fun and it's slower and the world isn't explored as much. I really am loving Killjoys and can't believe there's only 4 episodes left. How could this show only get 10 episodes? I can't even imagine this show getting cancelled so if it doesn't get a season 2 I will be incredibly shocked and depressed. This episode was so good and it set up so much stuff for future episodes. I agree that they are most definitely going to do something with that secret level 6 stuff. This episode decided it I do not like Khlyen. He is ruthless and not a good guy. But he obviously I don't if I'd say cares but there's something about him where he likes Dutch even she said he never physically hurt her until that night. I wasn't surprised when she came clean about him I was surprised though that Johnny knew about Khlyen. I thought nobody knew about him and there past was a total secret that's why she was keeping his presence a secret but turns out Johnny knew about him and knows just how dangerous he is. I love seeing more and more of this world and learning more about more about how everything works. I really liked how the Killjoys came together and they really are like a big family in a sort of way. Okay every time I see Turin I can't help but picture the evil psycho from Bitten. I can't get that character out of my head when seeing him even though he seems like a pretty good guy in this show. I am dying waiting for next weeks episode it looks so good. It also looked like it will be all about D'avin and his missing memories and trying to get them back. It also looked like he and Dutch will hook up. I saw that since episode 1 but I don't want it to happy. Like Johnny told D'av and like Fancy Lee mentioned to Johnny when team members hook up it messes everything up and the team falls apart. I wasn't really thinking about it till now but I missed hearing Lucy.
I've also started to notice that Frankie doesn't ever seem to have much importance to the episodes except to make us laugh and if he is serious and working on a case it's usually something small. I feel like we saw more Frankie and he saw more action when he was in uniform then he has since he's become a detective. I didn't care about the case but I did care about Elliot and he made the show interesting. I totally agree with that they did a great job in making Elliot sympathetic. He was a really great character and I cared about him which doesn't usually happen with characters like him who are only in one episode.
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