God, I love this show. Keep up the good work all involved in its creation! Thank you.
Who wrote the last 2 episodes?! Way off par, not even close to funny, and completely tangent to the shows regular structure of idioms, wit, reiteration and quotable one-liners. I'm really confused what has happened. It feels unproduced. Please fix
so ill be the first to admit I fell for the ending of eddies wedding, barry dying. I fell for it and while his eyes light was going out, I felt very sad because hes such a great character I didn't want him to dye. then he laughed and it was al a joke of him dying, I fell for it, and it made the ending that much better for me. lol, glad be lived. I like his character and cant wait til the cyborg returns, whenever that will be. lol
Considering there were three strong, decent shows on tonight against two mediocre to terrible shows, making the good shows more than half, I am calling this one a win. Elementary, the best of the night, marked the end of the journey for Olivia Lovibond's Kitty with a perfect episode that paid off her story arc in more emotional fashion than I have ever seen on a television program. I will not miss a fictional character more, which is saying something about Lovibond's talent considering she started three months ago. Scandal returned with one of its most adrenaline pumped, and experimental, episodes yet that really tested the limits of Olivia Pope's character which just showcased Kerry Washington's immense talent. The writing and direction of the episode was so quick and clever that I was instantly sucked into the crisis and felt like I was there with the trapped Olivia Pope. The Vampire Diaries, just like Elementary, culminated many storylines tonight as grand as the show has ever gone, with stakes as high as they have ever been. The episode had me concerned for the characters' fate, mostly the new ones and that is a testament to the strength of the writing this season. Archer suffered the problem some shows have when a very talented actor guest stars: they completely overshadow the rest of the episode. That is exactly what happened here, with Fargo's Allison Tolman guest starring as the brutal sister of one of the characters, and was the only one that had me laughing. Reign, the worst of the night, just threw caution to the wind by writing an episode with their basest instincts and not caring for any consequences or character/emotional arcs. The characters acted so randomly that I wasn't able to see what the through line of the episode was and, by the end, I didn't really care.