Tsk, tsk. The season is getting closer and closer to an end, and we’re still digging. Spencer is back from rehab and with a brand-new sponsor living in her house. (Ugh, it’s Kol from The Vampire Diaries/ The Originals) his previous English accent was so bad, that now it’s impossible to get him out of that character. However, being Spencer’s sponsor means that probably, he will end up involved just like everybody else.
Speaking of involvements, Aria is busy in Syracuse looking at a university, when she hooks up with a random musician guy. Understandably, she wanted to get Ezra out of her system, and boy did she do it! Continue reading
As the episode mentions, this is all about the fox and the wolf. Finally after not knowing much about Kira, her mum gave us the WHOOOOLE background. And boy was it exciting! It’s not uncommon for viewers to get discouraged after an episode of too many flashbacks, however this was much needed! Continue reading
Granted, this episode might not have been as funny as others, but it definitely made a point. After Chef Nicolas invites Caroline over for dinner, her attitude towards relationships might change completely. Continue reading
Hannibal’s back! It’s been a long wait, but one of the best shows on TV right now is here for another season! We started Kaiseki, and the season with a crazy scene. Jack and Hannibal were fighting, literally trying to take each other down. We ended the opening scene with Crawford bleeding out from the neck, before jumping twelve weeks back. I can only assume that this is where we’ll get to at the end of the season, I just don’t know why they wanted to give this away now?
Turns out, the rich and powerful are very paranoid people. After a homemade bomb goes off at a high class restaurant, the team rushes to find out what caused it and mainly who. The restaurant used to be frequented by rich bankers and bank vice presidents and CEO’s. The table where the bomb went off was indeed filled with these marvelous creatures, so it wasn’t hard to find a starting point for the case to unravel. Continue reading
Is anyone else still watching HIMYM? There’s only two more episodes to go, and I’ve stuck with it this long so I guess I at least owe it to myself to finish watching the show. Again, we opened with more of Ted and his soon to be wife. I’m still not really sure the function of these flashes into the future are, and surely it would have been better to actually spend more time on how they MET, seeing as it is How I MET Your Mother.
Turns out there’s one story she hasn’t heard, and that’s the one where Robin broke a lamp at The Farhampton Inn. Guess that’s all they could come up with at this stage of things (rolls eyes). Ted sees Barney sneak into room no.9 and worries he’s up to his old tricks and womanising, when actually he’s hiding all of his suits in there because he can’t decide which one to wear.
The rest of the gang are watching The Wedding Bride 2, a movie based on some of out favourite characters. There’s a good reason Ted isn’t watching, namely the lead character Jed Mosley. Turns out Jed works with Narshall, and there’s a Swarley in there, too. Sigh.
It was really an episode about things coming to an end. Ted finds out that everyone already knows he’s moving to Chicago, and when it gets brought up they all realise that it might be a long time until they’re all together again. Robin’s mum shows up, so we’ve now met the entire family, even if her mum and sister turned up for the last five minutes of things.
Thought I’d be more upset that things were ending,
Last week they dumped on us Sally going back to the day of her death. Unfortunately, gurl can’t contain her inner rage (and who can blame her), so she stops Danny from murdering her and so is back alive. The chain of events that unravelled can only be described as WTF. Continue reading
Who knew the town of Orson was so keen to give awards? This week Mike is up for one after 20 years at his job. He is a bit reluctant to receive it, but leave it to Frankie, who will make sure he cherishes it. Continue reading
Guess I was wrong when I said that we we’re going to spend our episodes following the different pockets of survivors from the prison last week, because Still was all about Daryl and Beth, where they’re at right now, and how much they’ve changed, not just since the prison, but since they left the farm in the first place.
After an entire month off, I was really itching for some Grimm. We were left with the cliffhanger that Monroe’s parents were in town, and if they were unhappy that Monroe wants to marry a Fuschbau they were downright pissed when Nick the Grimm showed up.
So, Revelation opened with the same scene, and we had Monroe’s folks charging at Nick. It never gets annoying, no matter how many times we see Wesen freak out, just to learn that Nick ain’t like all the other Grimm’s out there. After they leave, Monroe is pissed at Nick because he’s feeling a little used, and Nick leaves too. Monroe goes to see them the next day to say goodbye, and let them know how disappointed he is that they can’t be happy for him. Monroe’s mother won’t leave, she wants to fix things with Monrosalee (lol) but his father has different ideas and storms out the door.