Hey there! Well, I've seen the entire season. The first half is a lot more dismal in terms of the Neil and Grace relationship than the second half. Ultimately, there isn't a come to Jesus moment. There is no discussion to be had along the way, more idle chit chat similar to the nature of a soap opera. Imagine two weeks of Young and the Restless. Voila! Simon's story is very interesting, and his character is fleshed out. Adriana becomes a typical soap villian. Anika is unnecessary and should have been shipped off to school to avoid deadly plot fodder. You really should watch it. I'm not sure who all has seen it from start to finish yet. I think me, Sojourner, Reality Adictt and Jojobobo? I'm sure we'd jump in and engage, but we don't want to spoil you with detains before you're ready!
I'm here! The Affair will be up at 11! I was out of town last weekend and didn't have screeners in time to get everything done. :-) As Satisfaction was not guaranteed for Season 2, given the full-season online drop and titilation factor, I just knew I wouldn't get a steady audience.
Haha. Before making said bold statement, I watched both Evil Dead movies again, skipping my beloved Army of Darkness because it will not be a part of this series canon. Ash is a stronger character and the dialog blows away anything from the movies. The supporting characters also really step up in episode two, which takes things to a completely different level. I stand by my statement. For enjoyment, I'd rather watch the first two episodes again than either of the movies. GASP! ;-)
The Trouble with screeners... ;-)
I think Carrie will have definitely figured it out by next week. If she's not a double agent, I'll be shocked as hell. Will Carrie be able to talk to Saul and get him on board? Does he know already? Could he? So much to discover!!
I sure hope Saul isn't playing Allison, because the implication might be that he blew up a plane with a mother and child on it. That's not Saul, but the look on Allison's face made it seem it could be her. It's all so unexpected!!!
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Yes, and he even used the same ridiculous phrase in regard to his latest logic: I'd do anything for my daughter. Or some similar nonsense. Because it was oh so helpful using her to kill Sara. Now using Sara to kill her? Closing the circle? God, what a useless chararacter.
HA! I actually wrote it down, repeated it, tried to sound it out differently...I was certain I was missing something. That's why I'm sure that he's up to something. It's so illogical!
I didn't believe Malcolm and what he said about Thea after he dropped the bomb about what the Pit makes people do. That's why I noted none of it made any sense. I just cannot find the connection between Thea fighting her bloodlust and allowing Sara the same chance at resurrection. How does that help Thea? She's still thirsty, but now she has to kill someone who wants her dead. What? So confused.
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