That was Amy Irving. Being totally blonde throws you off a bit!
Glad to be back, Spindae! Who no flashback talk? Because to talk about them means we have to address why Oliver seems to have regressed to such a massive degree within said flashbacks, and I know I'M not ready to go there. I still find them as annoying as ever, dropped into Lian Yu or not. :-D (Wish my computer keyboard had a groovy emoji set.)
Solve was the wrong word, used once in the review. No need to hone on and worry that's what they're attempting to do. They're attempting to cure them, which is the same as defeating them. They've already been solved. We know why they're around. What I would like to see solved, however, is the mystery of the death of The Colorado Kid, which neither Stephen King nor the series to date has done. The killer is on the loose and should be brought to justice. It would be a great way to end the series.
Twin A did punch Twin B for matching bruises. And I hated it. The idea that she could create a matching bruise really put her intelligence into question. Using makeup to conceal something that could never be recreated with precision made much more sense, but nothing on this show makes a lot of sense, says the girl whose sister was actually in the FBI Academy and an agent.
Sorry, ladies, but were without coverage for the season once again. I tried very hard to ensure you'd be covered as we went into the season, but the gal covering it decided it wasn't for her over the last week and no longer writes for us. Getting people to cover long standing procedural television is the most difficult job, I'm afraid, even when I promise a built in audience and great conversation with you guys. If you know anyone who may fit the bill, have them answer the ad on the page. Thanks!
He's in the recaps and the quotes. That's just the way the review portion played out.
I didn't mean friends with YOU, I meant I didn't particularly like any of the characters to the point I would ever imagine myself being friends with any of them. Goodness, that would have been freakin' rude of me to suggest otherwise. I was only honestly asking how you were reading what I had written for your assessment. Oh how the written word goes awry without a voice to lend it context! :-) We agree on all other points!
Amy, I could barely swallow after that leg scene. I was completely nauseated, especially because of how close Hester came to putting the finger in her mouth as she was flailing around. And, Hester is so gross it wouldn't have surprised me if she had done that. Oh. I'm gagging again. Just no. Barf!
He has mystical powers. So...we don't know quite what he's capable of doing as of yet. Apparently, a bit of everything.
It wasn't perfect, and there were issues (as there are with everything), but it was especially notable in the way Oliver and Felicity were comfortable. That could have been handled a lot differently, but playing it as her working with the team all along helped ease any potential tension. Fingers crossed it's uphill from here, even though we have an impending dead to worry about. Hmpf.
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