You can't come to expect anything from a woman who is pregnant. All bets are off with hormones. That's not a trope, it's science.
I'm with you, Michael. The problem here is that they were both drunk. I can understand why Tank got upset and defensive at the accusation. If he had not been impaired and she was, the story may be different. She willingly drank like a fish, as did he. They were both in the same place. That he remembers doesn't make him guilty. She shouldn't put herself into that situation and I say that with the knowledge I put myself into that situation continuously in college and never once was unlucky enough to found myself with a guy who did something I didn't want, even if I might have said otherwise. How? I have no idea. I hope they treat the situation fairly from both sides, as that's the real message that needs to be sent at this time. Drinking too much hurts all sides, not just the female.
Good answer, Amy. That was a pretty harsh reply you received. I'm sorry.
I was trying to figure out who Barry had outside the prison at first. I thought surely not a prisoner. It was confusing in all that old man rocker dude attire. I'm laughing out loud just thinking about it. Some people have to stay in prison, others never make it there, some can easily break out, others have to wear prison orange and others get to dress up fantasy garb. Iron Heights is a freakin' riot!
If POTUS' biggest problem was that Fatah killed Aaron, then she'd have to have more of a problem with Charlie because she's the one who turned him and made him an asset. Nick's only out there because of Charlie's success. He didn't even believe her until Fatah sent the message about Pegasus taking flight or whatever. I'm sad the pilot was so shaky and that more episodes weren't released to press early because it's a make or break it world by the critics these days and this series really grew into something much better than the pilot indicated. Such a shame it got a rocky start.
If I was on Team Arrow, I wouldn't feel comfortable with a "complicated" killer who created the same out of my team leader's sister without her consent or knowledge and used her to murder my friend. There's nothing interesting about wondering about his motivations when he's fighting beside you. You need to be able to trust the people fighting along side you with your life. I'd never be able to trust Malcolm Merlyn. That is why he either has to be redeemed or stay away from Team Arrow.
OK. GAH!!! The opening scene nauseated me. No. Never again. Next... What's the point of being immortal if you can be killed in an explosion? Isn't that who was killed in Paris? How? Next... Again with the immortals. Poor Hatake. Thirty years later and he's still carrying on with his dead family. That's one sucky ass life. Next... Am I the only one who thinks it's creepy as hell that the pregnant chick seems perrrrfectly happy to carry a living embryo inside her until, oh, what? The end of time? What the hell? It's never going to age, grow to fetus and pop out. That's pretty sick. Next...The whole Brady Bunch Sunshine Day stoning was so many shades of wrong. My Brady kids wouldn't do that without brightly colored and groovy shirts. Get the wardrobe right for the love of god! What's sad is the two timelines have to converge at come point or the show never connects, and that won't work, having two separate lines forever more won't cut it. One season? Sure. What up for three? Which side will remain? Julia/Hatake and I'm guessing the pregnant chick whose name escapes me will pop up in both lines at some point... But the rest need a treatments they're dust.
There are good things and bad things about Netflix. I think people forget the make very little original content and most of what you binge is produced for network television, and intended to make a profit via commercial advertising. If more people who replied to this had watched the series while it was airing, it might have stood a chance of renewal. Unfortunately, they did not and it was cancelled.
I think you've answered my question. I was confused because a) they didn't just send him to Iron Heights as they did with Captain Cold and Heat Wave and b) how he managed to blast his way out of the cell with only squiggly wires in his ears. It was definitely unclear for me. Thanks isoron!
Yes. The final scene was showing that for every crazy Pete an even crazier gang sends to another city, there is another similarly crazy gang repopulating their city with another crazy George.
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