What I find confusing and a little irritating. They introduce God, the Devil, Angels and Demons- This is from Christianity (with a little Judaism and Islam thrown in), then they introduce Thor, Krishna and the Greek Gods. I get they want them to exist but how can they call them Gods when they've already established that there is one God and he's the one behind Heaven and Angels and created mortals etc... Dit maak nie sinnie. It doesn't make sense.
I thought this episode was great but there was two glaring plot holes. First Strauss telling them that she'll bit the bullet for them. That is so not like her. Maybe it has something to do with her dying. I could see that happening. It could be part of her arc that leads to her death.But it is just so out of character. The second is the pills. Rossi, Blake and JJ should have known better. It seems to me that the writers did that so Bilden could die and they would be no closer to actually catching the replicator. A very amateur way of handling that problem. Its something I expect from Julie Plec but not these writers who craft amazing stories week after week. I love that this season has a nice overarching story. Unlike season 7. They are bringing it. Also does anyone think that Zugzwang was just taken from Spencer's girlfriends case or it's exactly what the replicator wanted?
Great episode. This is an amazing show.
The best part of this episode was the ending with Elizabeth Banks' character and Lily. So funny.
Also Hannah dumping the car. Stupid. She needs to think better. As for Spencer,I wish she would die. Its one thing to break down and be totally crushed by the fact that your boy friend is an evil bully but seriously. She is letting Mona win. Why does she want that? Snap out of it already!!
It seems all that they do is make stupid decisions. Aria and her poor baby sitting. Emily with not checking things through. For me I think it could def be Wilden. The Red Coat would never have gotten rid off Toby so quickly. Its all part of their plan.
I think I will be proved right in saying that Neal's father is not so innocent as he claims to be and there is a lot more to him. He might be just as evil as Pratt and Callaway.
Cyrus for all his genius and political know how, he still needed Olivia to help him best Mellie. So glad Mellie got put in her place.
Boom goes the dynamite was a very good title for this episode. Is it just me or do you think the writers are encompassing the titles into dialogue. All Roads leads to Fitz, Defiance, Whiskey Tango Foxtrot and now Boom goes the dynamite... Those are the only ones I can think off now.. Very good episode... I totally agree with you Miranda. Fitz is a creepy old bastard who does not deserve Fitz. They can never be together. It just doesn't make sense at all. I don't care that Fitz feels betrayed. What he is doing goes beyond insane. I also though Huck was stinking because he was working non stop on trying to decrypt the intel. Didn't see the ptsd coming up. I'm thinking maybe Andrew the trauma shrink can help? What I hope is that Harrison gets his own story. Abby's story has been worked into the narrative and we got to see Darby Stanchfield shine a bit. Can't wait for the next ep! Why are there no promos on youtube?
It was just sad, I was welling up even more in this ep than in the Memorial episode. Tres soliel. But their magic still doesn't make sense. How can one witch create purgatory? Witches are like this convenient way of doing what ever the writers want them to do... So stupid. Nina was very good in this episode. Very good. Her breakdown was one for the books. I'm glad Damon told her to switch of her humanity. She won't be the whiny ass vampire that she always was. Silas is very similar to The First Evil from Buffy. Anyone catch that? He can turn into any dead person. Julie, you Thief!
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