Marissa
Reign Season 2 Episode 9 Review: Acts of War

I really liked this episodes. I think it's one of the best episodes of the show. It has to be one of my favorites because it was so good. It was so emotional and the acting was amazing. Seriously Adelaide Kane was amazing and Megan Follows was very good to. I know with this episodes either people hated it or really liked it there's not really an in between at least I haven't seen anyone that was in between it's either or. I'm one of the people that really liked it. Mary's idea about Conde marrying Claude was great but it's pretty obvious that Conde has feelings for Mary. It was especially obvious when he and Mary were talking and he said that he would be living there and their children would grow up together and they'd be family. He was basically telling her that they wouldn't be allowed to be together and it seemed she knew what he was saying because she told him that he's been great as a friend and the way she said it seemed like she was saying it to be polite and to let him down easy with out actually saying that she didn't feel the same way. I really like Conde and I don't know what's going to happen with him but I'm very interested to see where his story goes. I just hope he doesn't turn out to be a bad guy because I really like him and he's so nice and such a good friend. I loved Francis and Bash's storyline this episode. Francis pretending to go crazy to scare Narcisse was great and he was very convincing. I loved that Bash said that even he didn't want him and king anymore. Narcisse doesn't have anything over Francis anymore he can finally tell Mary the truth about everything which he definitely should do and have been hoping he would do I just don't think now would be the best time maybe he should wait considering everything that just happened. I read this review before I watched the episode so I knew the rape happened before I saw the episode and still leading up to it and right before it when you could tell it was about to happen I was still expecting someone to come in and save her. We're just so use to it. I mean in the very first episode of the show there's the attempted rape on her but she wakes up and the guards come and then in the episode where the one guys invade the castle all the guys are about to rape the girls but Catherine poisons all the men and then Mary stabs the one guy then Francis comes in and cuts off the guys hand. We're so use to her being saved at the last minute that it was surprising that it actually happened. I don't think they went to far with the scene I actually think they went just far enough I mean most shows just gloss over it so you don't see anything you just see the aftermath of it but here they didn't show anything except before it happened where Mary was crawling and clawing at the ground trying to get away and then you saw her face and only her expressions so you didn't see anything but you knew when it had happened and it was still so hard to watch. Rape is a terrible thing and it does happen. It happens to anyone. Not talking about it doesn't make it go away. They handled it really well. This show probably handled it the best I've ever seen. The best part of the episode was afterwards when Mary escaped and found Catherine and they talked. Catherine was perfect and knew exactly what to say and do because she had been there before. Mary couldn't say the words so Catherine asked her directly and Mary's reaction told her the truth. Mary broke down and Catherine knew she didn't want to be touched so didn't touch her and kept a small distance between them and she lowered herself down on to the floor to be next to her and at eye level. Which was just perfect. In any other show when you see someone try and be there for someone in this situation they hug them or something. But the writers didn't have Catherine do that which was amazing. I love Catherine and Mary's relationship. In season 1 Catherine kept trying to have Mary killed and in the first episode she even tried to have her raped but now she's helping her through this. They've come so far. I really love that and I can't wait to see them work through this together and just see more of their relationship and see it progress. This episode was so real because of what happened and that's why I liked it so much because it was real. Rape happens now and it will happen in the future and it happened especially back then. Way more than it does now. It was apart of war and a horrible disgusting thing. It still is of course. They didn't glamorize it like a lot of things do which was what made it real. Mary got cleaned up and walked out into the throne room and told her people that nothing happened and they didn't get to her. She didn't let her attackers win. She put her country before herself. And it's not like she's keeping it secret and pretending like it didn't happen. She told people. She told Catherine and then she just came out and told Francis. She didn't tell her country because they didn't need to know and it was none of their business and if she had it would have been chaos. Going out to the throne room and talking to them, telling Catherine and Francis all made her strong not weak. I really loved how the writers handled the whole thing and I can't wait to see how they handle it in the rest of the episodes because I know they'll handle it well and I know we'll see the aftermath of what happened for multiple episodes not just one. We will probably even see it through out the rest of the show even if they don't directly address it because this is the kind of thing that changes a character and we'll see the change in her character through out the rest of the show. I'm sure of it. The next episode looks really good. I had really high expectations after seeing this episode and even higher expectations after seeing the preview and even higher expectations knowing that it will be the winter finale. So my expectations for the next episode are insanely high and I don't think I'll be disappointed. I think it will meet my expectations or even exceed them. This year when I set expectations I was either slightly disappointed because they were to high or they were exceeded because even when my expectations were high they still were exceeded and I have faith that the next episode and maybe even the rest of the season will exceed my expectations. I can't believe we're only on season 2. So much has happened to these characters and they've all grown so much that it feel so much longer than 2 season. Anyone else feel that way?

Marissa

This show just get's better with each episode. I really loved that the stalker was a woman in this episode and that she wasn't actually the bad guy but a victim and she was just getting revenge on the man that raped he and her best friend and the 2 people that stood by and help and just watched it happen. I can't blame her for what she did. She wasn't the bad guy. I was getting angry that his wife and friend were getting off and then he was going to get off to but then at the end they came in with another victim and got him. I loved that and loved that Corey got her justice. I loved the fight between Corey and Beth. I've been waiting all season for Beth to go all Nikita on someone and we finally got it and it was amazing. I'm so glad that Tracy finally found out that Brody was really Perry and who he really was and what he was doing. I just love her and Beth's friendship. Which is why I'm so afraid for Tracy. I really don't want her to die but I keep having this feeling that she's going to end up getting killed. I really really hope that doesn't happen. Beth has already lost her entire family she doesn't need to go through losing her best friend.
I really hate Perry. When he confronted Beth I just wanted her to punch him. I'm just waiting for the episode where they finally get him and he goes to jail or he dies. I really don't care which it is even though death would be better. I just want to see him get his ass kicked. He makes me so mad and him laughing and smiling at Beth and the end just made me hate him more. I'm so glad that at then Beth went to Janice and finally told her everything. Her whole team was worried about her and asking if something was wrong and both Jack and Janice told her that if she ever needed to they would both be there to talk. I'm glad that the one she talked to was Janice though. When she came back to the office and was crying I was half expecting her and Janice to hug but I guess that would be weird and makes sense that they didn't because Janice said that they didn't really have a personal relationship. I can't wait till the next episode. I'm so excited to see what happens. I want the rest of the team to be in on what's going on and I want them to work together and finally take down Perry.

Marissa
The 100 Season 2 Episode 6 Review: Fog of War

This show just gets better and better with each episode. So much happened in this episode. In the preview for It when Abby said they were missing 2 I knew that the 2 would be Bellamy and Octavia. I'm glad that Abby finally is starting to listen to her daughter and went out with her and the gang. So acid fog isn't some weird thing the earth created after all the radiation it was created by the Mountain Men and they use to attack the Grounders and the Ark people now. Interesting I really wasn't expecting it but knowing the Mountain Men know and everything they have and what they do is really not that surprising that they created it actually. I'm not surprised that Clarke and Finn ended up in the bunker. Finn was one of my characters in season 1 but I really haven't liked him this season with everything he was doing even though I understood why he was doing it I just didn't like it since he was such the good guy before and didn't want a war and made friends with Lincoln who stabbed him and he nearly died and who tried to negotiate peace with the Grounders. What really made me not like him was the massacre he did of the Grounders because they weren't armed they were just scared and there was children with them. I said before that I knew what state of mind he was in but for someone like Finn who really is a good guy and doesn't want death and violence that when he is back with Clarke that his actions will take their toll on him. I'm expecting him to break and to really lose it because now he'll have time to really think about what he did and he'll see how wrong it was and it's going to affect him. That's my prediction and what I see happening. We saw It a little in this episode because when they were about to leave Clarke said she didn't know who he was anymore and he agreed with her and started to cry. He is slowly starting to break. Him breaking is what will redeem him in my eyes.
So my hope that Lincoln wasn't really a Reaper and he was just pretending to get out of Mount Weather was destroyed in this episode. I wasn't really thinking that was the case I knew it probably wasn't but a tiny part of me hoped it because I love Lincoln and I just hate what they did to him. Bellamy and Octavia are taking him back and I really hope they find a way to get him back because I need Lincoln back I can't stand seeing him like this it hurts to much. I'm so glad that Monty and Jasper know the truth now and some of the others to and they're working on a way to survive and get out and I'm glad Maya is helping them. I didn't like her at first because I didn't trust her or any of the Mountain Men but she really showed that she cared about them and showed them the truth which proves that she's not fully with her people. I'm so glad that they can spy on Mountain Weather now it's so nice for them to have the upper hand for a change. When the Grounder told Jaha and Kane they would have to choose who lives I knew one of them would pick up the knife and try to kill themselves but the other would stop them. What I wasn't expecting and was actually shocked about was that the girl in their with them was actually the commander. I just figured she'd help them get out or speak up for them to her people I wasn't expecting for her to be the one in charge. I liked it though it was brilliant and she saw first hand that they really don't want war but want peace. They're going to need to work together to defeat the Mountain Men and the Reapers. Both Ark people and Grounders will have to fight side by side if they want to survive. The Mountain Men are hurting all of them and have both their people in there.
I really hate the presidents son and that doctor lady. Last episode I thought the son was more scary but after this episode I'm not so sure because the president basically told his son that if he went behind his back that he would kill him. That's scary. His son is still scary though and I definitely don't trust him or the doctor especially together. I'm really hoping that his son becomes one of his own experiments and gets turned into a Reaper or something. I would love to see that. Is that wrong? I just really hate the guy. My favorite part though was when Maya was showing them the Grounders and she told them that without the treatment they would die and asked what they were supposed to do and Monty just said die. I just agreed with him and laughed it was just such a good part. Mount Weather see the 48 as people but they see the Grounders as animals because they keep them locked up in cages but the president said that he wouldn't lock the 48 up in cages like animals. I really hated that part because he doesn't even see the Grounders as people. The Mountain Men, The Grounders, The Ark People, they are all people and they're all just trying to survive heck even the Reapers are people that are just trying to survive but the way they survive isn't their fault because it's what the Mountain Men did to them. So the Mountain Men turn Grounders into Reapers and Octavia recognized Lincoln right away. Wouldn't the other Grounders recognize that the Reapers were other Grounders? Or do they know that but just don't think they can be saved? I can't wait till the next episode. I can't wait to see what happens with Lincoln, with Jasper and Monty at Mount Weather, with Kane and the Grounder commander, with the Raven, Abby, and the team being able to listen to Mount Weather, and with Jaha back at camp Jaha. They might have to change the camp name now. I just can't wait for everything. I can't believe that this was only the 6th episode. So much has happened and it doesn't feel like 6 episodes already this is just going so fast. That's what I love about this show.

Marissa

Loved the crossover. I thought that they'd be dealing with one bad guy but it was 2 separate bad guys which was interesting. My favorite thing was seeing the 2 teams interact they're so different but also similar in some ways. This episode was pretty funny. Barry has been a show off with his powers and just charging in thinking he can take them. But Oliver was right that he needed to be more careful and survey the area. Barry may have powers but he's not invincible and he can still be hurt I think we learned that last episode when he lost his powers. It was cool seeing Barry angry and kind of dark. I feel like this Metahuman didn't make people angry he kind of just enhanced It like a lot. So Barry and all those other people all had anger but they would never act on it and it wasn't that strong until this guy came along and enhanced it for them. I loved the fight between Barry and Oliver and how Diggle, Cisco, and Caitlin were talking about who was going to win. When I was watching the fight I just kept thinking it looked like something from a video game just the way the they moved and the slow motion of it. It just seemed like something you would see in a trailer for a video game with superheroes. That's not a bad thing I actually thought it was really cool and It was one of the reasons I like the fight so much. The Flash is just so much lighter than Arrow. Here they deal with stuff and fight bad guys but it's still all light and funny and it was great seeing the arrow team in that world because we hardly ever see them smiling and making jokes. My favorite thing was Iris staring at Oliver and he being on her 3 list. It was just funny. I liked that we brought the girl Oliver got pregnant back in and showing that she has a kid. It was a good time to bring it up since they were in the city. I'm not sure how I feel about that storyline yet so I'll wait to see where it goes. I usually don't like when the characters in these types of shows especially have kids because I never know how they'll fit into the world and I feel like it changes who the character is and I usually don't want that. I'm afraid of it in this show especially just because of who Oliver is and that the show is just show dark but I'll see where the story goes and this show is amazing and have faith in the writers that they'll make It work and whenever it's brought up again it will be amazing. I can't wait till the winter finale. I'm so excited to see the reverse flash and getting to know more about what happened to Barry's mom. I'm also to see Ronnie back and as firestorm. I've been wondering when he'd be introduced as Firestorm and come back to the show since we met Ronnie in the flashback. I've actually been waiting to see him since I found out Robbie Amell was playing him. I can't wait to see him and his character and I'm especially looking forward to Caitlin's reaction and how she handles it.

Marissa

I really liked this episode. I loved seeing Skye kick some ass it's about time she got a great fight scene. Skye has always been my favorite character but her being able to fight and getting in on the action makes me love her even more. I just keep wishing we saw more of season 1 Skye because she could be funny at times and that was the version that made her my favorite character. I'm not sure if Mack is dead. The way things were going I figured he would die and I think he is dead but I won't be 100% sure until we see a body. Mack wasn't Mack when he fell down the hole so maybe he lived. I don't know but I've learned that if you don't actually see a body then they're probably still alive. Even when you see a body they're sometimes still alive. I like Mack and I like the way he is with Fitz. If he's actually dead then I think his death will be used to bring Fitz and Simmons back together. I really miss them together and this episode made progress in their relationship but also distant it with Fitz leaving the lab and moving to the garage. Skye asked Ward to pick a side and he said he already had. I definitely don't think he's sided with Hydra but I also don't think he's sided with SHIELD I think the side he's on is Skye's. Which means that he'll help her and protect her. Whether he has to work with Hydra or help out SHIELD I think he'll always chose her. He loves her. He's promised to never lie to her again and so far he hasn't. Ok I've never read comics so I don't know anything about the Marvel universe except for what I learn in the movies and shows. So everyone has guessed that Skye is an Inhuman and are even more sure of it since they've mentioned the Kree. So what are the Inhumans? Are they aliens or are the humans just special? I'm really confused about it. I tried to research it to find out about them and I thought it said they were aliens but I can't remember. Then in this episode Reyna said that she and Skye were human but they had the potential to be more. Skye's mother never aged and her father is like strong or something. So I'm so confused about what Skye is and this whole thing. Can someone explain it to me and help me understand? I can't wait till the next episode. I've been waiting all season for Skye to meet her father. I actually like her father because sure he's totally crazy and has killed people. But like Reyna has said all he's ever wanted was Skye. He loves his daughter and just wants her back. There's nothing wrong with that. All he does is lose his temper but what Reyna said about him made him sound like he's not actually a bad guy he's just misunderstood.

Marissa

I was foolish to believe that we'd get to see the spell take affect on this episode. I should have known that it would start then at the end it would take place and lead into the next episode. I watch enough TV to know that but I didn't. I feel ashamed. Oh well it was such a good episode. That wasn't the only thing I didn't predict. I really sucked this episode at seeing where things were going. I figured Anna and kirstoff wouldn't of aged at all so I was making all these guesses about how it would be possible but none of them were that the spell didn't come undone until 30 years later. That should have been the most obvious. But no I was guessing that they were put under some other spell, or that they went to the dark forest and were there when the spell hit, or they were on the pirate ship and it was under a spell or curse or something, or that Anna's parents used the wishing star to wish for their kids to be safe or protect them from the spell or something which kept them from aging in some way. I was way off. I'm usually never that off. As you can see the option that did and was most likely to happen I never came close to guessing. I don't know why but I was worried for Anna and Kristoff. I knew they'd be ok but I was still worried for their lives when they were drowning. I loved Anna and Elsa's reunion I've been waiting for that since the first episode. I've been thinking of all different scenarios of how it could happen none of them were this one but it was still perfect. I loved Anna's comment about how the town was a weird place. Also loved how when they went to the station and Anna and Kristoff were reunited with David he called her Joan. One thing I'm confused on is how did Hans get into the castle? I mean the guards should have stopped him, right? Unless he wasn't frozen and so got in when they were all frozen. But if he wasn't frozen then how didn't he or any of his men and brothers age? And if they were frozen how did they get to the castle so fast and how did they get in? It's probably one of those questions that will never be brought up or answered but it's just something I wondered since it happened. Another thing is that he knew that they had been frozen for 30 years so, if he had been frozen how did he find that out? If he wasn't frozen then where was he so that he knew time passed but he didn't age? Was he part of the first curse so he was frozen in time but then when it was undone he was unfrozen so he knew time had passed that way? That would explain how he knew time passed, why he didn't age, and how he could get in the castle. But then how did he escape the second curse? These are the questions that are bothering me this episode. If anyone has an answer please tell me even if it's not a real one as long as it makes sense. This is bothering me. I really hate Gold. I believe he loves Bell but not more than power. I think he's proved that. He basically even said that when he told Hook that if it was between him and everyone else it will always be him. I believe if it came down to having to choose between bell and the power he would choose the power. He's going to lose bell. He can't have it both ways and he's basically already chosen the power. I predict that he'll lose bell and he'll lose his power and he'll be left with nothing which is exactly what he deserves. I know it's harsh but I don't like him and that's what I hope/think is going to happen. I use to really like him and loved him and Bell together but this season he's made me so mad that I can't stand him and I don't think I could ever like him again. Neal's death was for nothing now. Everyone though he changed and Neal an Bell both believe he could and did but he hasn't he's still the same man as he's always been. Sure wanting to escape with Henry and Bell is nice and I believe he loves them but he's still choosing the darkness an power which just show he can't change. He could of had a nice and happy life with Bell but he's thrown that all a way so he could have power. I'm actually glad that they didn't make it in time and that the fairies got sucked into the hat because I really want to see the spell affect all the people. I'm really excited to see the spell affect Kristoff and charming and snow. I can predict how it will affect other people but they're just all so good and heroic and loving that I can't picture it especially Kristoff. I really like this episode and can't wait to see what happens in the next episode it looks very good. Because they're the only ones not affected by the curse I think that Anna, Elsa, and Emma will save the day. I also think they'll be able to fix everyone by either breaking the curse or by making the cure some how. I'm just excited to see this all play out.

Marissa
Once Upon a Time Review: Smash the Mirror

Loved this episode. I never thought that Emma would lose her powers but I was still worried the entire episode. I'm glad Hook finally told Emma the truth even though it was through a message and she'll never get it. I was really expecting Belle or someone to come out from behind something in the store and to have heard Hooks whole message. I can't believe Gold. I really hate him right now. He has to be the next big bad this season, right? He was being so careful with his words when Emma was asking him questions. I really thought she was starting to question him and would realize he was up to something. I felt so bad for what he did to Hook he really doesn't deserve this. Gold is truly evil and will never change. I thought losing Neil and having Belle he would and was but now I realize that he will never change and it's about time everyone realizes that.
I knew that it would be either Hook or Elsa that got to Emma and saved her or both of them. I would have liked it to be Hook but I'm really glad it was Elsa because she's the one that understands what she's going through. Emma and Elsa are really starting to act like sisters and I like it. The snow queen is truly crazy. I knew that before but what really put it over the edge for me was the little comments she made to Gold about his bones. That was just creepy and really brought out her craziness. In her own twisted messed up way she cares about Emma and Elsa and will protect them and will never hurt them. I believe that and that's why she tried to warn Emma and help her because she actually does care about her. So my biggest question or questions have to do with what happened in Arendelle. So the snow queen froze the Anna, Kristoff, and the castle. Are they still in Arendelle frozen? Did Elsa only hear a heartbeat because Anna's still alive but she's just frozen? Is all of Arendelle and everyone in it frozen or is it just the castle and Anna and Kristoff? I know this question isn't as important but something I did wonder. Who's running Arendelle? I mean Elsa's in storybrooke and so is the snow queen and Anna is frozen along with Kristoff so who's in charge of Arendelle? It's just something that crossed my mind when Anna was frozen. So I loved the ending. The snow queen unleashed her mirror on the town that means we will get to see the towns people turn against each other which is very exciting. I'm still hoping to see Anna and Elsa reunited but I'm not sure if it will be in Storybrooke or if it will be back in Arendelle. One of my theories that will probably never happen and is just something that crossed my mind is that the snow queen goes back to Arendelle and Elsa and Emma and maybe a few others follow her back and they defeat her there and rescue Anna Kristoff and the rest of the people. I know that is really far out there and won't most likely happen but I think it would be cool. My other theory which is more likely to happen is that they defeat the snow queen then Elsa goes back to Arendelle and unfreezes everyone and is reunited with her sister. But even with those two theories I'm still hoping Anna is in Storybrooke I don't know why I just want her to be there and for her to interact with everyone there. Anna's my favorite from Frozen and I just loved her in this episode her quotes are always so funny. I can't wait till the next episode and I can't wait to see how the snow queen story all plays out. It's getting so good and this season is just great. I might only feel this way because I'm such a fan of Frozen and am just so happy to getting more of the story and more of the characters I love so much.

Marissa

So glad I finally got caught up on the show so I could watch this episode. I'm really not liking David. I thought maybe he was playing Victoria but now not so much I think he truly loves her and is totally buying what she's selling. How can he believe anything she tells him especially finding out that she knew Emily is really Amanda. I liked Daniel in season 1 then not so much in the other seasons but now I'm starting to like him again. I can't see Daniel and Emily getting back together but I can see them forming some sort of friendship and helping each other take down Victoria or taking someone down. Emily totally saved David's ass in the hospital room. Why wouldn't he want her help? The only thing I'm really wondering is how she got in the room because we saw her outside the hospital and looking in the car and knowing someone was in there but then we go to inside the hospital room and she's under the bed. So did she get up there and hide under the bed just waiting for that to happen? When she told Nolan she wasn't going to do anything and just let David handle it I didn't believe that for a second I knew she would still be searching for answers. What I didn't expect though was her having one of the men from the hospital tied up in a room and her torturing him. That was a pleasant twist.

Marissa

I really enjoyed this episode. I liked how the episode was about selfies and social media sites because I'm a teenager. I don't take selfies at all like ever I don't like to, I think it's stupid, and just don't understand why so many people spend so much time talking them. I sit in school and see most of the people in my class making different faces to take selfies and they do that for as long as the can or they're on their phones on Twitter the whole time. So seeing what I see everyday and just knowing how teenagers are I found the episode pretty believable and it was good and sent a good message. At the beginning with that guy at the mall who wanted the picture with the first victim and was spying on her was totally creepy and a total stalker but I knew he obviously wasn't the killer. Finding out the one kid was the killer was interesting. I couldn't believe the ending where he took a selfie of himself and then asked how long he'd actually be in jail. I'm always confused on these types of things but even though he's a minor he'd go to jail for life right? Because they'd just charge him as an adult because he clearly new what he was doing even though he was crazy. I mean if he wasn't a minor he'd go away for life right? So why would it be different if he was a minor? I mean I know they can charge a minor no matter how old they are really as an adult if they knew what they were doing and they were most likely going to do it again if they were to get out. Right? They could put him in some sort of psychiatric ward place for being completely crazy but he'd still never get out. Am I wrong about this? I get really confused on all that stuff because you never really know but that seems like what should happen and what would justified he did after all kill 3 people and attempted to kill a fourth and who knows how many he would of killed if they hadn't gotten him yet. Derek and Savannah are so great together and I loved seeing more of their relationship. I loved the advice Garcia gave him and he took it by asking her to move in to the house he's been fixing up. It's a big step in their relationship and the right one. I hope to see more of them together because they're so cute and I just love their relationship. The message this episode seemed to be to not put everything on the internet especially personal information and well anything personal because you never know who's out there and even though most people don't think about it it's seriously dangerous and they could get stalked. Stalkers don't just stalk celebrities most stalker victims are just average normal people. I learned that from the show Stalker in I believe the first episode and that is very true. You have to be so careful about what goes online always but especially now in days with how much we're connected to technology. I don't think that most of the people in my classes that I see posting things and taking pictures of themselves really think about what they're doing and they're just doing it because.... I don't even know. I really don't understand the point of selfies. I also feel the same about twitter which is exactly why I don't have one. What's the point? I know I'm kind of ranting but it's hard not to after this type of episode. But really I enjoyed this episode a lot and it did kind of scare me of social media even though I don't do any of that stuff any way it just gave me another reason why not to take selfies. I don't think this episode was a filler. It felt like a normal case of the week episode. What is a filler episode for this type of show anyway? Wouldn't all the episodes be fillers? Because each week they deal with a new case there's only been a few seasons where their was an ongoing story throughout the season and even then it didn't pop up in most of the episodes just a few then really became big in the last 2 episode or the last one.

Marissa
Stalker Season 1 Episode 7 Review: Fanatic

Great episode as usual. That beginning was so intense I found myself holding my breath until Nina was safely in her safe room. Nina was such an a cool character. She wasn't like most of the victims who waited around just waiting to be attacked and she wasn't complaining to the police. She fought back her stalker by pepper spraying him and then fought off his psycho mother by throwing a hot drink in her face. I loved that. Those were my favorite parts of this episode. I disagree about Jack. Should he be searching for Beth maybe not but he saw that something was wrong and is worried about her and is trying to figure out what it is so he can understand her better and maybe even be there for her and there's nothing wrong with that. Perry is seriously freaking me out. I was totally freaked out when he got into Beth's place and he was going through her stuff and laying on her bed. I was hoping that in the end that Beth would see something out of place and notice that someone had been in there and she noticed her perfume was moved but I don't know if she really knew someone had been in there. I'm worried about how this will all play out in the end because he's stalking Beth and using her best friend the one person she seems to trust most in the world to do it. I'm worried that he might do something to her friend. I don't want her to die because I like her and she's Beth's best and most trusted friend. I would hate to see her lose her. I like her because she understands Beth and they know each other's story. I loved the ending how she cancelled on Perry so she could be there for her friend. I also felt so bad for Beth at the end when she watched Nina and her sister makeup and hug which reminded her of her sister.