I like the investigation and the mystery from the human standpoint a lot more than the monsters and the master. Honestly, I could care less about the master. When they noticed that poor dude was crawling with those worms under his skin, I felt so bad for him. So far as the survivors are overcome, they only know something is happening. Even with the desire for blood, it's biological and not like they're otherwise driven for it. In the book, do they end up looking like the master? I would like them to be humanish. Yes, I realize it's not about me. Can't hurt to wish, right?
Thanks for reminding me of the tension of that opening scene. I thought one of the patrol officers was going to shoot one of the SWAT or something. There were so many people walking around in there I had no idea how they managed not to shoot each other! Note to self: Tap SWAT on the back and they think you're one of their guys. Yikes!
I'm not sure if it matters exactly when McGinnis' family was killed or how many years ago at this particular point in the story, but that's for pointing that out.
I agree about Lydia. I was having a hard time with her undeniable chemistry with Parrish, but not so much now that he's a supernatural. Weird that. She's been doing great this season and Kira and Malia are creating a nice trio of female friends. I'd love to see more of the three of them together.
If two episodes are the same, then the first one may get a higher rating than the one that follows. That said, I thought last week was a stronger episode overall. It's not that I'm opposed to the sporting aspect of Teen Wolf, either. It felt overdone on this episode. It's called a review and it's subjective. That's why we like comments; so everybody can have their chance to talk about it. I'm glad you're really enjoying this season. I like it a lot, I just can't give it as high of a rating every week in comparison to what we saw last season. The season is still relatively young. I'm not worried.
Oh look. Another commenter who just complains about the reviewer but has nothing to share about the show.
I liked the friendship between Kathryn and Regina being highlighted. I wasn't worried for Regina because she mentioned going to a meeting. If she's still doing that, she should stay on course. Daphne, however, is a real worry. She skipped the gateway drug! Right to the hard stuff. I hope that's the end of the drugs, at least.
Losing a parent is hard, but I imagine even harder when you're very young. I sometimes wonder if they should explore Daphne being bipolar. She's always either really sweet or downright nasty. Her mood swings could be indicative of a disorder. It seems like John was affected by Angelo's death in the best way possible. I hope it continues, unlike his temporary change after his own health scare.
Those events happened several episodes ago. Spoilers, when you're perusing a TV site, only really happen prior to air. Incentive to stay current and keep those ratings up! :-)
I agree with Hooligan, it's not what role Lim was playing in regards to the investigation, it's how she played it. She was very arrogant and assuming, especially the way she confidently put McGinnis in her place about not having children or she would never run an investigation like she did. That was so unprofessional and the writers know that. Their only reason for writing that line was to make Lim combative and unpleasant. The why of that is what I don't understand.
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