Marissa

Am happy that The Originals will be following TVD. I am however now worried about Reign. It's been moved to Friday nights and as everyone says Friday is the death slot for shows. I know some shows survive Fridays but most of them started out there. When a show gets moved it's not usually a good sign.

Marissa

I haven't really watched syfy since Alphas and Warehouse 13 and now Lost Girl is ending. I was starting to think all I would have is Bitten and Defiance but now syfy is bringing me in with these great new shows. First Dark Matter and now this. I knew absolutely nothing about this show going I've just heard people talking about it. So I decided to give it a shot and watch it. I'm glad I did because I really enjoyed it. I've seen Aaron Ashmore in a few things and I like him as an actor so it's really cool that he's in this show. So far I really like him and his relationship with Dutch. I know we don't know a lot yet but of what I saw between them I really liked. I don't like D'avin right now. I don't know why. Maybe he was just a bit of a jerk in this episode. I assume he will grow on me I just didn't like some of the things he did. One of them being how he kept questioning his brother on Dutch. I already like the relationship between Dutch and John so I felt a little defensive with it. I can't wait to see where this show goes.

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Marissa

I enjoyed this episode. I'm glad they're wrapping everything up from season 2 quickly and are starting something knew. I was surprised that they killed off Rafe and Christie because they've just been such a huge part of the show but I don't necessarily care because they weren't like my favorite characters or anything and I just never actually cared about their stories especially Christie's. My only thing was the Pottinger just disappeared. I didn't like him and wanted him gone but at the end of season 2 he and Amanda were together and everyone was pretty much happy but now the shows returned and Pottinger's gone, no one's happy, and the town has gone to hell. I would just like to know what happened instead of all this now just being how it is. I had this problem in the finale last season and had it again in this episode. It's nothing to do with the show but with the characters. My problem is that Nolan and Irisa were underground in one of those things for 7 months. At the end of last season I was asking no one cares enough to look for them? Then this episode I was still like no one's found them. I know now that they couldn't get down to the mines and that they thought they were dead but still it kind of bothers me that they didn't even try. It bothered me even more that these new aliens are the ones that found and rescued them instead one of their friends from Defiance. It's just a small thing but it kind of bothers me. I'm just like, really? Irisa is my favorite character. And I get that after everything that happened last season that she sees herself as a murderer and a killer which why she's now afraid to pull the trigger or take someone down. But I hope she kinda of works through this and gets back to being her badass self because that's what's always made her character so fun and what made me fall in love with her character in the first place.

Marissa

I loved the finale. I had watched it online like a month or so ago and just re-watched it a few days ago. I had forgotten pretty much everything in it without realizing and as everything happened it all came back. I thought the finally was pretty emotional because so many people died. Since season one I've thought Logan would die but when it actually happened it was still surprising and painful to watch then right after we lost Kane. Who was a bad guy last season then joined the pack and become good in this last episode. I wasn't attached to him but having just lost Logan it was painful to lose Kane right after especially since he sacrificed himself to get the key card so Clay could get through. Elena's death didn't affect me because I knew she'd come back but losing Ruth was sad but also I wasn't as attached to her as I am to Savannah or Paige. I just thought this finale was filled with so much action and death and it was really very exciting. I really want a third season. Not necessarily because of that smallish cliffhanger thing at the end but because I just love this show so much and want more of the characters and this world. I also hope that if we get a third season that Paige and Savannah are in it because they can't just be introduced then taken away from us. Plus Savannah and Elena have a special relationship and if they didn't show up or we didn't hear about them at all it would be weird. Also even though I haven't read the books I know both characters play parts in the series and they are actually narrators of a few of the books. So they're important to the series and should return if we are lucky enough to get a season 3.

Marissa

I actually really enjoyed this episode. I had no idea what would happen and kept questioning whether they'd find the girls by the end of the episode. Which I'm happy they did do because I'm not sure how I'd feel about that story being dragged out for so long. What I'm really interested to see especially after this episode is the aftermath of what happened and how it's affected all the girls mentally. Andrew is not Charles that would be just to easy especially since everyone suspects him and if we've learned anything in these past 6 seasons it's never who we suspect. So are you saying that Charles is Jason? That some how Charles must have done something to Jason and has pretending to be him for awhile now? That's what it sounded like you said and that would be pretty interesting a good little twist for the show. We have this season then one more after then the shows done for good. So I'm hoping that means we start getting some real answers soon and not all these fake outs like we've been getting these past 6 seasons. I remembered Sarah and the girls talking to her friends and have been wondering about her recently and thought when we saw that girl that she could be her but I didn't remember her name was Sarah and I mostly thought she was actually did. I'm not sure how I feel about her yet. Part of me doesn't trust her right now especially since she went missing the same time as Allison which means Charles could have had her all this time and if he didn't brainwash her or do something to her that would actually be surprising he had her over a year and did to her what he did to the liars even longer and them and Mona all seem pretty messed up right now.

Marissa

I fell so behind on this show but finally got caught up today. I literally spent all day trying to watch the last 8 episodes of the show and finally did. They were all amazing. I seriously love this show. I loved that the finale was 2 episodes long. I've been waiting since Maleficent and all of them were introduced for Emma to go bad and I've just been waiting waiting. In the end it finally happened but I was so surprised how it happened. It was amazing and heroic and I just can't wait till next season to see what happens. I'm really excited that Lily stay in Storybrooke which I assume and hope means we'll get to see much more of her and of Maleficent. I really like their characters and I really want to know who her father is and it seemed like that would be one of the stories for next season. This season and last season the show has done a thing where they've had like 2 separate stories going on. One the first half of the season then a new one the second half. So even though it's only one season it almost feels like we've had 2. Like last season it was about Pan and Neverland then the second half it was about Zelena. Then this season it was about Elsa then the last half it was about the queens of darkness. So I think by the way this one ended I assume next season will be one giant story arch and not half season ones like they've been doing. I just don't think they'll wrap up Emma being the Dark One and finding the Sorcerer. Maybe maybe they'll do it by the half season point but something else will happen. But that's a very big if. Either way I see next season being one big story. Also does anyone else feel like they're maybe getting ready to end the show? I never really thought about it but they've done so much and this season ended with Emma becoming the new Dark One and the apprentice saying the sorcerer is the only one that can destroy the darkness. So if he comes in and he saves Emma and destroys the darkness. Wouldn't that almost mean the end of the show because what would they do without the darkness? Unless they bring in something worse or the darkness isn't actually destroyed. I don't really think or want to believe the show is coming to an end anytime soon but it's just a thought that crossed my mind at the end of the episode. Can it be Fall? I want season 5 like right now. Seriously I needs it now. I want to know what's going to happen. I also want more Captainswan after Emma becomes not dark anymore. I feel like even though Rumple was relatively normal and stuff as the Dark One I think it will be different with Emma because I don't think it'd be that simple for her to basically go along living basically as normal just with darkness like Rumple did. I feel like she'll actually be dark and she just may be next seasons big bad. I just hope Emma and Hook get a happy ending they really deserve it.

Marissa
Teen Wolf Season 5 Trailer

This season looks amazing and to be completely honest a little scary. Whenever someone in a weird gas mask type thing shows up things become freaky

Marissa

The finale was amazing. I loved every minute of it. I made it 30 minutes in and had to stop right at the part Jiaying was talking to Raina it sucked but it made coming back in for the rest of the hour and a half so much more amazing. I am and I'm not surprised that they killed off Raina. I kind of figured she'd die after discovering what her power was because that's such a powerful and useful power which means she probably wouldn't last long but I also just couldn't see them actually killing off that character. Raina was bad but in the end she wasn't. I mean no one trusted her but she never lied about her visions no believed whatever she said though. Her death was actually sad and I'm surprised to say that I will miss her. Okay, back like forever ago when we met Jiaying I was like "Yay, Skye has her mom back. I really hope she doesn't die. It would suck for Skye to lose when she just found her. Wow Cal is so much crazier than her how did she ever love him?" Then this episode and the last one completely changed my view on her to "She's more psycho than Cal and she needs to die." She was just so crazy and full hate and revenge. All she wanted was to protect her daughter for so long and in the end she nearly killed her daughter by sucking out her life so she could go on living. Going into the finale one of my constant thoughts was that Skye would find out the truth and that she would end up being the one to kill her mother but I kept thinking they wouldn't do that. They almost did but didn't and had Cal do it instead. It was really sad to see him have to do that to the woman he loved. Skye and Cal's goodbye was so sad. I'm happy that he lived and he went through the Tahiti project and now has a nice and normal life. But seeing Skye talk to him and him not having any idea who she was was even more heartbreaking than their goodbye. I did however love that when he asked her name she said Daisy. Well I guess there's no redeeming Ward anymore. I never thought of him as good or starting to be good again until the episode where he worked with the team again but then the episode right after made me hate him again. This episode just proves how bad he really is. He is mad at May and SHIELD for making him kill Kara and wants revenge. But is it really their fault? I mean sure May tricked her into making Kara change her face into Mays in the hopes that would happen but isn't it Kara's fault for falling for it and isn't it Wards fault for just shooting first and not asking questions or something? That was just something I was wondering after that whole scene. I am someone as weird as it may sound loves a good torture scene because I love what it does to the characters after. They always seem to come back broken but then they rise up better than the were before and seeing that evolution seeing them coming back from that is always the best thing to see. I hated the way they tortured Bobbi though. I mean sticking needles in the fingernails, so not cool. That would hurt. I couldn't look at it whenever they showed the needles without freaking out. I usually just have this standard where I don't like when the dismember parts of the body as torture because that's gross and painful but now this thing is up there to because it's so disturbing and painful looking. Speaking of Bobbi she kicked ass this episode and I officially like her again. I loved having Fitzsimmons back together. Simmons asking Fitz if they could talk about what he said at the bottom of the ocean because there was maybe something to talk about was so cute. The end where Fitz tried to ask Simmons out to dinner was so cute and awkward and just adorable. I hope we get the dinner date as soon as the realize Simmons is missing and that she was swallowed by the giant alien liquid weird rock thing. The strangest thing in the episode was the ending with that rock turning liquid and swallowing Simmons. I don't know what to think of it. It was just so weird. The most shocking part of the episode was Coulson losing his arm. I didn't think Coulson would actually turn to stone but I didn't think he would lose an arm either. I don't know what I was expecting but I wasn't expecting that. It makes me wonder if in season 3 he'll get some sort of robotic arm or if that lady from AOU will use her machine thing to build him a new arm. I think we'll see him without an arm for awhile but I also think he'll get some sort of new arm because I just can't see Coulson without any arm forever. I like Mac again. I haven't really liked him again until this episode. In this episode he really proved himself. He helped Skye, he protected the crystals, and he cut off Coulson's arm to save his life. He's also staying with SHIELD so we get more of him next season which is amazing. Lincoln also lived which I'm so happy about because I love him. I really really hope this means that we'll seem him next season and he'll be on his superpowered people's team Coulson and Skye are putting together. I know it may be out there but I hope not so much but I really want him upped to a series regular next season. I love that we're going to have a team of superpowered people with Skye as the leader. I'm super excited for season 3. Can it just be here already? This was really an amazing finally and definitely one of the best I've ever seen.

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2015-2016 Renewal Scorecard

This is a great year. Everything I watch has been renewed for another season. That never happens. The only things I watch which didn't get renewed were Revenge which seemed like it would be the last season then they confirmed it was ending, then Lost Girl which said that season 5 would be the last season they're just finishing it up, and Stalker which stopped airing but is now back to finish out the last few episodes. So those don't even really count because they were doomed for awhile or we knew they were ending and they're getting all wrapped up nicely.

Marissa

I know we got Grodd really quick in an earlier episode but this was the episode we really got him and were officially introduced to him and he was fantastic. First I am not a comic person I've never read any of the comics, everything I get from superheroes are on the movies and TV shows. So I've only seen Grodd in the cartoon shows of Teen Titans and possibly Young Justice. So I know vaguely about him but nothing really. Anyway even thought I don't know much about him I know of him and I was super excited to see him. I was a little worried in seeing how they pulled him off because I was a afraid it'd look a little cheesy but it wasn't. They pulled it off spectacularly. Grodd was huge and terrifying and just fantastic. It was cool that he spoke in peoples heads or actually through people because in the cartoon he just actually spoke which is cool but a telepathic gorilla who can speak in your head is so much more awesome. With Iris finding out about Barry in the last episode my first thought was it's about time. Actually that may have been my second thought my first being wow these superheroes don't know how to keep their secret identities secret. Everyone who is relevant in this show knows Barry's secret now and on Arrow everyone relevant besides Captain Lance knows Oliver's secret and Lance does know he just can't prove it. I like when people find out their secret identity so I'm not complaining, I'm just saying for people all about keeping their secret identity secret secret they're really bad at it. One thing that's been bugging me for awhile now. Maybe someone could help explain it to me because I know it hasn't been explained or addressed in the show yet. Okay, the paper says The Flash goes missing in 2024 which is less than 10 years away but Eobard is like from further in the future because Eddie is like a really far decedent, he's like centuries in the future. So how? The timeline just doesn't make sense? Is Eobard from further in the future and just time traveled back to 2024? Also small side note. I'm not sure how the whole time travel works in this world but wouldn't telling Eddie that he doesn't marry Iris and telling him a little bit about the future, completely change the future? I mean wouldn't Eddie now knowing all this and Eobard being back there change everything? That was just a thought I had when Wells was telling him no one remembers him in the future and that he doesn't even get the girl. I just thought isn't telling him all this screwing up the future?