It depends. Some of them are villains of the week type (like this) and others are necessary to round out character's back story. In order to learn who Felicity is, they had to cast people for her. She's getting a mom and an ex, using up two guest arcs. Seems like the focus is moving away from families we know well and onto those we don't. In that case, more actors are a good thing. :-)
I remember chatting with you on that night and how friggin' disappointing we were. Who knew Shailene Woodley was going to be the next IT Girl?! She did get to cut her acting chops on some horrific scenes, that's for sure!
I'm done with Abby. There has been nothing to like about her since the show first aired, and then when it was revealed she had been having a relationship with Mickey all that time? I just lost any sense of caring for her. She's good for comic relief, like when she was at the house in Truesdale. Other than that, she can go.
Well, A, I'd say it's a bit of both. I'd love to read your thoughts on the hour.
It's been a really rough season. I'm so glad they stepped back from the FBI storyline, too. I don't think I could have taken another hour of watching their butts pumping up and down. Just yuck. Conor has turned out to be a much stronger kid than I thought he would.
I'm so annoyed with Abby. I kinda wish she'd have the affair and leave Ray. Conor did us all proud and I totally agree about dancing Ray!
It would have been good if, say, James Gandolfini was still alive and it made a difference whether Tony were still alive, but he's not and it doesn't so it's of no matter whatsoever.
I don't know. I haven't thought about someone else for Neil because I adore Adriana and think she is extraordinarily complex and hiding a lot under her sleek, cool exterior. In this last episode, I really warmed to Grace and I think that if Neil can't adequately handle these two women, he should probably just stick to two! ;-)
Reviews are subjective. They're not based on facts, they're based on opinion. What did Malia do? Despite spending most of her life alone, she shows no fear. She uses her brain. She listens. By taking the time to do that, she heard the record player at the lake house and formulated a theory about Lorraine not being a banshee only once, but predicting many deaths as well as the idea that something in the study at Eichen House could stop them. It's easy to sit back and spend days formulating your opinion and to insult people. Try formulating those opinions while meeting deadlines. We don't have days to mull things over, watch and re-watch and look for nuances. We watch, react and write. That's writing for deadlines. Yes, Kira can swing a blade, but she's still usually looking for emotional reinforcement of some sort. She hasn't eased into her powers. It's a difficult transition even if it's easy for her to wield her sword. She is not written as a strong character at her core. Not yet. No need to speak on Lydia's behalf because her character history speaks for itself. What I write is not insulting to you because it's not about you. What you're writing is insulting to me because it's about me. Think about that. I'm writing about fictional characters. You're writing about me -- and I'm here.
I am. Perhaps I'm getting yours, too! ;-) I'm up for a threesome. It is a new world, after all. I don't want anything to ruin the cool friendship between Chandler and Tex, but I still want Tex with Rachel. They'll have to do what they have to do!
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