I never trusted James but man. I am so mad right now and I don't want to have to wait until the fall to find out what happens. I honestly kept waiting for the blimp to get shot down or something but I'm glad it didn't. I wasn't much of a Sara fan at first but after tonight I really wish she was staying.
Nora needs a swift kick in the butt or something. Why she would trust Liam who scares her over Josh's faith in Aidan I will never understand. Where is her sudden hate for vampires coming from? Our house is full of death? Uh, it's Aidan and Josh's house. Why would Aidan have any reason to kill Erin other than self-defense. He's been alive for over 200 years, struggling with urges and desires every second. Nora only has to be shut up in a storage container one night a month. She has no idea what Aidan has to deal with. Josh, well I knew he would be turned into a wolf again but was not expecting it to be Liam who did it. And poor Sally, eating raw meat. I wish Nick would have told her straight up he was decaying too. For a moment I wondered where Zoe was and where Nora was at the end but remembered they work at a hospital with shift work.
Well, obviously Neal went to Neverland before the real world, but I hope he isn't Peter Pan and is one of the lost boys instead. I can't see Neal as Peter. He's crafty, but he's just not Peter. Plus, how does he go from being Baelfire to Peter? I would love for them to bring in Disney's Spieling Peter to play Peter Pan. I really wanted Snow to stab Cora with the dagger but I'm not surprised she gave the dagger up; it's who she is. And I knew Johanna wouldn't be sticking around, mostly because she's on Downton Abbey and this was just a guest spot. While I love them bringing in new characters and parts of the story, I really wish they would revist some of their past ones. I know Sidney Glass is gone because he's on Revolution now, but some meniton of his character would be nice. What about Ashley/Cinderella? Or Aurora and Mulan back in fairytale world?
Oh my god you did not say "whoever Pam Tillis is." Seriously?
After 8 seasons people seem to forget what happened early in the series. A lot of the things people nitpick about have been explained, mentioned, or used to be every day occurances. Sam was always the smart one. He did the research while Dean...ate pie. I was a little surprised they took the people to the batcave at first but really it was the safest place. And they've burned bodies before, it's easier then trying to explain it. Prometheus wasn't a god jrwt, he was a titan. Why shouldn't he recieve a hunter's funeral? The hunters got it from the funeral pyres of the Vikings, Romans, and other religions. It's not something specific to hunters.
I don't like Laurel and would rather Felicity be Black Canary.
Loved this episode. Seth Rogen was great and it's too bad he's only around for one episode.
Agree with all you said. Nora lately...I really can't stand her. Why would Aidan lie about hurting Erin? As Josh pointed out, she liked him the best. Josh and Nora both are well aware of Liam's tricky ways, why would she dismiss the idea so fast? I wasn't expecting him to kill Erin but I agree, I really hope they determine her true cause of death because I won't be able to take Nora blaming yet another thing on Aidan. How much Aidan violence has she really been exposed to? I don't recall all that much. You would think non-humans would stick together but they definitely don't on Being Human. As for Sally, maybe I watch too much Supernatural but my immediate thought when the witch said she claimed her soul when she died was how long will Sally actually get to live? I suspected her of speeding up the process and tonight's episode seemed to go along those lines.
@Summer I would asume the reason for a recast is simply Stan is a busy guy. Filming for Captain America 2: The Winter Soldier (and he's Winter Soldier) begins soon if it hasn't already and Marvel kees its actors busy. Josh Dallas couldn't reprise his role in Thor because of his commitment to OUAT. It sems to be nearly impossible for actors to do a tv series and still act in films. Aidan Turner from the UK version of Being Human had to quit that show to be in The Hobbit.
Just no. It's too early for a spin off and how can they do it without the actor who portrays the character? The character is as popular as he is because of Sebastian Stan. Would they had enough material to carry on a show based soley on the Mad Hatter?
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