Something about his future self seems different than expected this season. Do you see that, too?
Do you think Brad was sent to kill Kiera? I am getting a different opinion of 2077 Alec. He's not as cold as we were first lead to believe, as we can tell when he meets with Kiera's husband and such. I have a feeling he may surprise us, too.
Leekie didn't take Sarah at her word and had Paul follow her for proof. Siobhan gave him proof. What else stuck out to you?
I went with Sheppard, too. Hard choice between the two!
Major score for Matt Barr (much deserved) and for Sleepy Hollow. Huh. I guess we don't need to wonder whether Abbie gets out of Purgatory or Ichy is released from his coffin. Who would have guessed?! LMAO!!
I don't love Penny Dreadful yet. The characters haven't grabbed me. Except dead Proteus. Oh the sadness! Killing him off hurt me. It's also not as witty, but far more serious, and I prefer more sarcasm and such. I'll be on the Penny Dreadful round table though! :-)
Hey! So do you. :-) What else do you watch? Looking forward to anything this summer or fall?
Because all of the characters have good and bad points to keep us interested. It's all shades of grey. Even Rose cried when telling Mary about her future and she set it all up!
I agree that it was the best episode, and from what I understand they want a slow and deliberate build up rather than to reveal too much as once. They wanted us to feel as the townsfolk did... Confused and lost. I love the direction it's taking right now and can't wait to see what's up next.
Wikipedia says In chronology, an era is the highest level for the organization of the measurement of time. A calendar era indicates a span of many years which are numbered beginning at a specific reference date (epoch), which often marks the origin of a political state or cosmology, dynasty, ruler, the birth of a leader, or another significant historical or mythological event. The end of an era could also signify the end of SC&P or the end of an era in advertising; Supposedly the 70s signaled a pivotal shift in the way advertising was presented to consumers. It could also signify the end of an era. Nixon mentioned in his inaugural speeches... That of confrontation. However, nobody guessed the meaning of Waterloo and I doubt we will guess what that really means before it happens.
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