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.
Amy, as managing editor of TV Fanatic, I'm asking you to think outside the box. I'm reading your comments here, and I don't see anything that indicates you have issues with writing. If you're wondering how I got my start in this world, why, allow me to tell you! I was a commenter on another site. I was a plain ol' business person with a passion for television and writing and a grasp for the English language. Maybe you're in a similar boat. Email me. Seriously.
It's getting awfully confusing, but you just helped me with something. Remember when Jeffries was in the cell with Noah and mentioned a Judge's wife was also killed in a hit and run that has gone unsolved? Why does Noah keep seeing a woman in his vision? Or at least I keep seeing one in his vision. None of it is making sense right now, but you're helping! When Cole visited, Scotty was alive. I'm pretty sure Noah was already having visions. If that's the case, his recollection of the incipient in the road is of something altogether different. Good catch Jason!
We definitely know he's alive, as when Cole went to see Alison seeks earlier, Scotty was asking Cole to pester Alison about selling her house. At that point, their relationship is still newly outed to the public. I have no idea what it is that gets Cole back to Montauk to possibly kill Scotty, but it's not yet occurred in that timeline. Yes, it is very confusing trying to keep it all straight. At that point it was strained, given Whitney and the restraining order, etc., but no other injuries as of the last incident from the end of season 1. That should be coming!
I'm virtually shaking hands with you and wishing you well, too. Writing without the virtue of emotion can come off as flat and just ruin a good conversation, right? I'll try not to let you down next week. ;-)
It sucks to be petty, but when I clearly pointed out that I missed it, what was the point of you telling me to pay attention to details? I had already said I missed it. Filling me in on the details would have been a kindness without rubbing it in. Writing the article doesn't make me impervious to insults.
Thanks for pointing out the error. I definitely missed it, which is why I posed it as a question. I never claimed to be perfect. Speaking of details, in the last sentence, it's "you're" not "your" as well as "its" and not "it's." The devil is in 'em.
At least she was in a shootout, which she probably couldn't have seen coming. Over on Arrow, the Black freakin' Canary is about to get into another writer-created mess that Oliver Queen will need to clean up because she's not allowed to be a strong character. I think the about face Iris has received so far this season is a good start, better than many female characters have gotten in this universe. Not a good excuse, though.
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