Juliette's been growing for a long time. It began when she had to confront her early life and where she grew up, face the realities of her childhood and how living with her mother affected her. When her mother died, her demeanor changed drastically toward those around her. She still makes mistakes, as we all do, but she's taken ownership of her life.
I started to change how I felt about Scarlett in January of last year when she replaced Avery in his band as singer completely against type. http://www.tvfanatic.com/2013/01/nashville-review-be-careful-of-stones-that-you-throw/
What's funny is that somehow Avery and Gunnar managed to get over all of their crap that was wedged between them (Scarlett) and the person who caused it can't. I'm so glad I'm not alone Suzanne!
To be fair, I hated Juliette and Avery at the beginning of the series and I liked Scarlett. I was rooting for her and Gunnar. Then she blew all of that up. Avery grew first and I fell for him and then Juliette followed suit. Scarlett has continued to fall despite opportunities personally and professionally. They switched places for me.
Additionally, every single person on the show sleeps with everyone they work with, Scarlett included. She was telling Liam about her two exes, so she didn't sound innocent.
It should, but she'll probably leave the bar and Thea will be fine with it because, like Laurel said, "It's Sara." LOL
Reading the comments on this review, I don't think you are in the minority. For the first time lurkers have come out in support of Laurel (except those who seem to take issue with her hands).
I hadn't thought about Oliver's duality being a betrayal of Laurel's trust and how much it impacted what he said to her, but in hindsight that does make him look hypocritical. If she doesn't know what he's going through, how is she to blame for that?
You guys -- I LIVE in America. Of course I've traveled here. HOWEVER, to shoot on location with the ease you can do it in Britain is not guaranteed. A cottage or a yacht? They have entire towns to rumble through that have barely been touched in centuries. We've not been so kind to our heritage. They would have to resort to sets. It would have a different feel. As a history buff, I wish we had preserved more and used the wrecking ball less. New is NOT better.
I think a lot of people don't like to own up to their crazy. We all like to pretend we live in a RomCom world. That's why everyone is on Prozac and the like -- fooling ourselves into thinking there's a big happy ending and no mistakes along the way.
Mary Jane isn't afraid to be open, even when it doesn't paint her in the best light. I think we can all use a little Mary Jane in our lives (which, when I remember it's also a drug term takes on a completely different meaning! LOL).
I love your final sentence. Great imagery! LOL
Olicity hate? Where are you reading that? Because I believe Felicity is standing in her own and may not have romantic feelings I hate those who enjoy them together? Never. You have every right to enjoy their scenes and hope for more, just as I have a right to observe her seeing Oliver in a different light. It would be my hope that Felicity found a man who loved her truly and completely for everything she is, not hold back for some trumped up reason to stay away. I won't apologize for that.
If you've never heard of Orange is the New Black, you need to get Netflix and give it a go. Do a quick Google search about it, read our reviews.
Clearly not every show is watched by every person, but this lists represents our readers very well. :-)
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