Certain things within some of my fandoms have been bothering me for a while,but now I can actually put it into words.
Twelve is a fucking douche…and I’m loving it. They weren’t kidding about making him dark and serious,his lines were hilarious and I’ve never wanted to punch him before. This episode startled me,but I like that The Doctor is less human, more cynical and darker. The War Doctor showed us how serious he can be, so Twelve being like this isn’t a big deal,in my opinion.
I pitied that poor Dalek,though. The self-loathing and cannibal tendencies he got in the end because of The Doctor was so sad and it became a decent creature. Tsk,tsk-They should have just put it out of its misery. Speaking of misery,who is that woman who keeps saying they’re in heaven? The Doctor doesn’t believe in god or Satan and considers everything to be scientific, so how can heaven as we know it truly exist? It’s a bit deep for the show and I’m uneasy about watching the puzzle unfold.
This episode. I knew Mona would die,but ick-So messy. Jesus,Ali-Show some fucking class. That much blood is ridiculous and it’s still possible that DNA evidence could have been left behind. I wanted to slap the smug look on her face and don’t get why anyone would believe a word out of that bitch’s mouth. Emily,you’re an idiot for picking Ali over Paige.
I wonder who discovered the mess in Mona’s room. It didn’t sound like Hannah and she would have been a mess either way. It was probably Emily since she’s a sensitive soul,but no confirmation. I think the liars will avenge Mona-She helped them in the end,risked her safety and apologized. It was nasty to kill her like that,they’re not monsters and one of them has got to feel guilty for what happened. Mona’s mother…I sniffled,I just couldn’t help it. That doll was so fucking creepy. Ali and Mona’s doll obsession-I never liked it.
Mona was Jenna’s stand in,but she was a great villain. She and Mike were really cute,too. He’s going to be a mess and he’ll need Aria right now. Hopefully she makes time for him instead of helping Ezra make more pie. Poor Spencer-She’s screwed and if they find Melissa’s tape,it’s only going to make things worse. Hopefully,it gets buried before the cops can find it.
I’ve been waiting for an episode like this. Dash and Ingrid are really hot and a much better couple than Freya and Killian. I hate that he killed Kyle’s father,though. It’s going to bite him in the ass,she won’t be understanding and he could lose her. I hate how angsty Freya and Killian are. I knew Eva was up to something,but she’s actually an old woman? That’s disgusting and I’m glad Killian was able to warn himself before he was back under her spell. She’s scary as hell and attacking him with the glass was nuts. I wonder what she’s using him for-It can’t just be sex. James Marsters is in everything these days. I had no idea that Frederic was hosting the king because it made no sense. He’s an interesting character,but we need a backstory on the king’s condition before I stop being skeptical.
This didn’t feel like it was the 2nd to last episode of the season.
The good parts:
- Melissa’s confession to Spencer
- Paige showing how much of a catch she is
- Mike and Mona
- The picture of Ali and Cyrus
- Mona and Aria talking about Ali and Mona’s relationship with Mike
The crappy parts:
- Caleb’s stupid intervention and Miranda’s goodbye
- The family night that wound up not happening
- the possible foreshadowing about Mona’s death
I wonder what they’ll do when they realize that Ali is A. The show needs to explain what actually happened between Jessica and Ali if Jessica didn’t bury her alive.
Witches of East End: What a jam-packed episode. I loved it and even when Dash was psychotic,he still mentioned how he liked Ingrid. These two were my favorite part and the Mandragora brought everyone together. He was scary as hell around Freya,but even if he claimed that he didn’t mean it,those thoughts still occurred to him in the first place. I think Freya can be on board with Dash and Ingrid,she’s just surprised. Ingrid has been there for her about Killian and she’d want Dash and Ingrid to be happy. Wendy walking in on a Joanna/Alex kiss was hilarious. She looked so shocked and uncomfortable.
My least favorite parts were Hudson dying and Eva. It was annoying that Wendy couldn’t trust Frederic to just save that poor bastard. Yes,he still has ties to his grandfather,but he saved Wendy’s life,regardless. I’d like to think he wasn’t lying about Hudson and he has nothing to gain or lose. I think the truth about Frederic is in a gray area,not black and white like Wendy thinks it is. Eva is a crazy bitch and even if it was high time we saw her making herself useful, the type of magic she’s doing is basically rape. Someone on a message bored wondered if she’d get pregnant and I wouldn’t be surprised. She could be using him for his virility or she could use it to trap him.
Switched At Birth: Wow. Just wow-I did not see that coming. I was so sure that Daphne was screwed and Bay doing what she did blew my mind. I felt so bad for John when he started crying. He wanted to fix it,but there was nothing he could do. I loved that Travis’ mother came to his graduation,too. That kid needs a break and aside from Mary Beth,his life kind of sucks. Even if she was depressed,Daphne’s graduation speech was amazing. It was hard not to sniffle and this episode was great,aside from Regina and Wes kissing. It was gross, it pissed me off and it was what Daphne and Angelo were suspicious of in the first place.
The Fosters: I don’t like being right about Sofia. What a selfish little bitch-She ruined her relationship with Callie all on her own. If she really loved her,she’d let her get adopted and be happy that Callie acknowledged her at all. I get why Robert was upset and it would hurt to much to lose his child again,but it’s still unfair. I’m mad about her having to suffer a loss like this twice and if it’s all so she can be with Brandon,then it’s bullshit. They can’t have it all and she should get to have two moms and a sister that she’s chosen.
Brandon and Lou was just gross and it’s such a forced relationship. On the upside,it’s not crazy and abusive like Halley is with Jesus. The only positive thing shipper-wise is that Jude and Connor finally kissed,made out or whatever they did together. I really doubt they had any sexual activity-They’re 12. I felt really bad for Mariana when they had to face Ana. Even if she’s trying to made amends,the woman gave her tons of issues. I get why Jesus is the way he is with Halley now,even if I’m still not thrilled about his relationship with women in general.
Under The Dome: I liked it and I didn’t. Barbie, the dome and the Hounds of Diana was cool,but Lyle,Sam and Pauline was boring and confusing. Julia and Barbie’s messages and their reunion was beautiful,but Big Jim watching put somewhat of a damper on it. I liked how the kids were so eager to help and to see Barbie,but we got more filler like the hunt for whoever was after Big Jim and the b.s. about Pauline’s vision than genuine moments between the characters.
This is crazy and I have got to eat here.
I have been wanting to see this movie for eons and now that I have,I’m thrilled. It was even better than I expected it to be, the acting was superb and the cast is great. Dystopian movies are all over the place these days,but this one has its own message. The Hunger Games is about ensuring fear and domination through population control and Divergent is through conformity and constant social experimentation. Kate Winslet is a compelling villain and the initial Orphan phase Act I goes through passed with flying colors.