Saturday, January 31, 2015

TV Review: How To Get Away with Murder: He Has a Wife(1.08)

                        How To Get Away with Murder: He Has a Wife(1.08)Review
  • I really enjoyed the flashbacks of Rebecca and Lila hanging out and I really loved seeing them as friends.
  • I liked how Keating called Sam out on how much that he lied to her in the past and how she just doesn't trust him at all anymore since he just keeps lying to her.
  • I found the case pretty interesting with the client having had killed her nanny while under the influence of sleeping pills.
  • I liked how the client wasn't sure that she wanted to win her case because she believed that she deserves to be punished for killing someone she loves even if it wasn't really her fault.
  • I liked that this episode showed both Michaela and Connor being worried about exams.
  • I liked that Keating told Wes about Lila being pregnant because she had learned not to lie to him but I disliked that she told him not to tell Rebecca about this. I liked that Wes did tell Rebecca right away about it.
  • I thought that Rebecca was pretty adorable when she went over to the house and pretended to look for her gloves.
  • I was very surprised when it was revealed that the client's teenage son was sleeping with nanny and I thought it was pretty unfair of Keating to blame everyone else around her for not figuring it out sooner since this wasn't the kind of thing anyone would think to ask about in the first place.
  • I liked how Connor set up a study group with Wes and Laurel for himself.
  • I liked that Asher after seeing Keating take out her frustrations on Bonnie a few times he tells her that it wasn't fair to her and that she's great.
  • I felt bad for Keating when she was blaming herself for all of Sam's bad actions and I'm glad that Sam at least admitted he was the one at fault in their relationship.
  • I was really surprised when it turned out that the nanny was also sleeping with the client's husband and that he was the one that killed the nanny and then tried to frame his wife for the crime.
  • I felt bad for Michaela when she was pretty much forced by Aiden's mother to sign the prenub and she was also called a gold digger more or less.
  • I was surprised to learn that Bonnie had actually met Lila the night she died but she hadn't mentioned it until now because she couldn't believe that Sam could have killed her but she does now.
  • I liked that Bonnie told Keating everything that she knew about Sam and I disliked that Keating fired her after this while Bonnie begged her not to on her hands and knees.
  • I liked that it was revealed that Nate wanted Rebecca to copy the files from Sam's phone onto a hard drive.
  • I liked how after finding out that Rebecca was doing stuff without telling him about it that Wes was upset and told her that he tells her everything even stuff he never tells anyone else.
  • I liked how Connor awkwardly walked in on Wes and Rebecca's fight.
  • I liked how it was revealed that Michaela stole the trophy from Asher that night.
  • I liked that Wes figured out that where Rebecca was going and how he's getting Connor and Laurel involved in things.
  • I like that Keating is making sure that she'll find out if Lila's baby is Sam's or not.
Please tell me your thoughts on this episode.

TV Review: The 100: Human Trials(2.05)

                                               The 100: Human Trials(2.05)Review
  • I'm glad that Abby was able to see and recognize Clarke before the guard lady locked her up or hurt her in anyway.
  • I liked that Clarke told them that she and the others were taken by the Mount Men not the grounders and that she told them that they have to rescue them.
  • I liked that after asking if anyone else survived and learning that Finn and Bellamy did that Clarke allowed herself to breakdown and find comfort in her mother as she cried about how she thought they were all dead. I liked that after seeing Clarke be strong and brave all season that she allowed herself a moment of weakness because that's something that makes her feel more real.
  • I liked that Jasper had been asking about Clarke and when he was told that she left and he said that Clarke wouldn't just abandon them. I also liked that the Mount Men leader is willing to let Jasper leave to go find her.
  • I liked that Kane ended up planting his mother tree in the grounder.
  • I liked that as soon as Clarke woke up that she wanted to start working on a plan to save the others from Mount Weather even though her mom kept telling her that what she needed was to rest.
  • I liked that Raven had waited outside the tent all night to see Clarke and I liked that the two of them hugged.
  • I liked that when Clarke saw she ran up to him and hugged him. I also liked that she hugged Octavia as well.
  • I liked that Murphy pointed out to Finn that the grounder village looked like a village of old people and children not warriors and most likely this isn't the place that they would keep prisoners.
  • I find it very worrying that Murphy is the voice of reason in his and Finn's stake out this really shows how out of control Finn is becoming when he makes Murphy look sane.
  • I find the whole process of making someone into reaper to be very disturbing and I feel really bad for Lincoln having to go through it.
  • I think that it's a good idea that the council wants to gather more intel on Mount Weather but I really don't think they should believe that they have too much time because who knows how fast things can change.
  • I liked that Clarke and Bellamy where upset when Abby told them that no one would go after Finn and Murphy and wouldn't allow them to go after either.
  • I liked that Clarke pointed out that they shouldn't have killed Anya if they wanted to make peace with the grounders which is something that they need to do.
  • I liked that after Abby said no one leaves this camp that Clarke turned to Bellamy and said we're going to need guns.
  • I liked that Raven helped to get the guns and get down the electric grid.
  • I liked that it turned out that Bellamy was planning on Octavia going with them and that she didn't need to fight with him to get him to agree.
  • I liked that after Monty heard that Clarke was gone he planned to go after her right away and I liked that Jasper also admitted that Monty was right that should go after Clarke.
  • I felt bad for Maya when she affected by radiation and almost died from it.
  • I like that Jasper was willing to help Maya out but I don't trust the people at Mount Weather and I feel like him allowing them to filter Maya's blood through his system could be dangerous for him and possibly the rest of the 100.
  • I liked that Bellamy told Clarke that her closing the drop ship door was something that needed to be done and in that he helped ease some of the guilt that Clarke had for doing that.
  • I liked how Bellamy told Clarke about how much Finn had changed with how he killed a grounder without even blinking and I liked how Bellamy also expressed some of feelings of guilt of allowing Finn to go out with guns when he knew how unstable he was and Clarke told him that she's sure it had to be done.
  • I liked how Bellamy told Clarke how they assumed it was the grounders and I liked that Clarke told him there was no way he could have known that it was the Mount Men that took them. I also liked how the two of them expressed how concerned they were for the others still trapped at Mount Weather.
  • I felt bad for the grounders after Finn burned their food supply.
  • I thought that Murphy had the right idea that they should leave after they were found out of course Finn disagreed and decided to terrorize the villagers instead.
  • I liked that Monty was against Jasper allowing Maya's blood inside him because it could possibly hurt him but I can understand why Jasper was unwilling to let Maya die.
  • I liked that Monty caught the Mount Weather lady in a lie and that he refused to leave Jasper's side during the treatment.
  • I hated that Abby slapped Raven but I liked that Raven told Abby that Clarke hasn't been a kid since the day she was sent down to earth.
  • I thought that it was good of Kane to make sure that he was the only that would be captured if it turns out to be a trap which it does.
  • I was surprised to see the Kane ended up being held with Jaha who somehow got to the right part of the world.
  • I liked that Murphy pointed out to Finn that these grounders are scavengers and easily could have just found the clothes and that they should just walk out of the village while they still can, I liked that Murphy practically begged Finn not to make things worse.
  • I also just felt really terrible for the grounders who are so clearly terrified and have done nothing wrong.
  • I liked how Octavia tearfully tells Bellamy that she couldn't save Lincoln and then he comforts her.
  • I liked that the President didn't want to experiment on the 100 as of yet although I doubt that it will stay that way for long with doctor Sing and his son  pushing him to go in that direction.
  • I liked that it was explained that the one grounder sent them to the village in an act of revenge.
  • I hated that Finn killed all those grounders and I felt so bad for them that died over nothing.
  • I thought that it was scary how Finn walked up to Clarke like nothing was wrong after he just killed a bunch of people and said I found you like it was suppose to be romantic when the scene around them is horrific and Clarke certainly feels horrified with the scene in front of her eyes.
Please tell me your thoughts on this episode.

TV Review: Revenge: Atonement(4.10)

                                                Revenge: Atonement(4.10)Review
  • I liked that when Victoria suggest to David that he use Emily's money in order to pay off his debts to Malcolm Black that he refused to involve her but on the other hand I get where Victoria is coming from because if all the guy wants is money and it would save their lives I can understand why she doesn't see why it's a big deal to ask Emily to pay off his debts.
  • I liked that Daniel tried to figure out what he can do to help Margaux with her pregnancy and I liked that he clearly wants to be there for his child despite not having the best example for what a parent is suppose to be like in his own life.
  • I liked that after Emily had Nolan hack into Kate Taylor's file and it came back clean that he didn't want to look too much further into it because FBI agents hold grudges and arrest warnets.
  • I liked how Emily snuck into Kate's hotel room and then put up Nolan's brand of hidden cameras on her wall.
  • I liked that Nolan did his best to make it up to Louise about give secrets a way about her to the press and I liked that while she was mad at first she decided to forgive him pretty quickly.
  • I kind of liked the flashbacks Daniel had of the time in which Conrad did his best to convince Daniel to testify on behalf of a rape victim because it would be better for his future if he kept quiet. I liked that Daniel wanted to do the right thing and tell the truth and he almost did it until Conrad being the awful person that he was manipulated him out of doing that.
  • I liked that Emily told Jack that she was worried about him once she found he was involved with Kate because of what she suspected that Kate was up to.
  • I liked how Victoria told Kate that with her being an FBI agent it was up to her to figure out what Emily's connection was to David.
  • I liked how Emily and Nolan came up with a plan to figure out what Kate was really up to at his party since she was coming as Jack's date.
  • I liked that Victoria was supportive of Margaux and was able to convince her to give Daniel a chance to be a better father than Conrad was.
  • I thought it was funny how after Nolan pretty obviously dumped his drink on Kate's dress that Jack said that he wanted to know if she was dirty and if she wasn't he wants an apology.
  • I liked that Daniel told Victoria how they pretty much had what Emily gave them coming because of all the horrible things their family had done and I like that he wants to stop pretending that he didn't do anything wrong because he knows he has.
  • I really enjoyed the scenes between Emily and Kate because they are both really good at their game of manipulation and are pretty good fighters also the had weird foe yay vibe that I really enjoyed seeing.
  • I liked that Emily was able to figure out that Kate was actually working for Malcolm Black and that she was planning on exposing Kate by having her confess on camera at her house and I also liked that after it was clear that Emily knew the truth Kate admitted to being Malcolm's daughter.
  • I actually like that Victoria's reason for betraying David was because she didn't feel that she could trust him because he lied about his first wife's death which is a pretty big thing to lie about so I can't really blame her for not trusting him after finding out the truth. Although I still blame her for a lot of the other bad things she has done in the past like having young Emily committed.
  • I was surprised that David tried to kill Victoria because he seemed pretty blind her bad qualities all season so far before the last two episodes.
  • I liked that Daniel and Margaux sorted things out between the two of them and decided to get back together and figure out parenthood together.
  • I really enjoyed the fight between Emily and Kate is a very aggressive and violent which made it a pretty good fight scene since they seemed pretty evenly matched.
  • I liked that Daniel ended up dying by taking a bullet for Emily but I was sad that Daniel had to die right when he was finally getting his life together and becoming a better person. I liked that he died in Emily's arms and that she told him that between it wasn't all a lie and he told her he knew.
  • I'm glad that Jack got there and ended up killing Kate before she had the chance to kill Emily as well as Daniel.
Please tell me your thoughts on this episode.

TV Review: Agents of Shield: The Things We Bury(2.08)

                                   Agents of Shield: The Things We Bury(2.08)Review
  • I thought that Whitehall forcing people to touch the oblisk in order to time how fast the die was really horrible and I felt really bad for all the people that were put through that. I thought that it was even worse when he found a woman that didn't die when she touched the oblisk he decided that he had to lock her up in a cage.
  • I liked how Skye's father told Whitehall that the oblisk/diviner isn't something that can just be used as a weapon but that it actually leads somewhere. I'm concerned about how he mentioned that going to the city or something in the city could lead to destroying humanity which is never a good thing and I'm confused about why Whitehall still thinks that Hydra going there is a good idea.
  • I'm very concerned about how Skye's father said that he would reunite with his family in the afterlife because I don't want anyone hurting Skye but at the same time I think there's a good chance Skye's father could be lying to Whitehall because he doesn't trust or like him.
  • I really didn't get Coulson's whole mission of handing people two random things in Hawaii then going somewhere else to hack something to find a map. This plot wasn't exciting, interesting nor did it make a whole lot of sense.
  • I thought that Bobbi seemed to do a pretty good job at interrogating Bakashi but his complete and total belief with Whitehall and all he stands for kept her from getting much of anything from him for quite awhile.
  • I liked how Mack mentioned to Lance how Coulson went completely nuts last episode and how Mack pretty much is implying that working for him isn't such a good idea.
  • I'm very concerned with how Simmons pointed out that any Hydra employee could be brainwashed without even knowing it because this is the third time this season that Simmons and brainwashing has been implied which makes me believe that she was brainwashed.
  • I kind of liked that the show took the time to tell us that Christian is cheating on his wife probably to both show how two face he is and to make sure that we all hate him even more.
  • I liked that Ward was able to get his brother at his mercy because after all that Christian done to him his whole life it's nice to see the power dynamic be swapped.
  • I liked how it was shown that when Bobbi is thinking hard on something she twirls her batons and I liked that Lance knows what this means.
  • I liked how excited Simmons was to hold a file that Peggy Carter also once held.
  • I liked how when Peggy was interrogating Whitehall for information that she let him talk without ever offering him a deal and told him point blank that as long as she had a say he will be locked up because she knows about how he preformed inhumane experiments on people and it disgusts her.
  • I'm so glad that Ward was able to see through all of Christian's manipulation tactics and that he didn't once fall for a signal one of them and instead called out what Christian was trying to do to him. I especially liked that when Christian tried to say that he helped Ward escaped that Ward told him how he fought his way out and reminded Christian that he planned to have him executed.
  • While I'm glad that it's made clear that Ward is accepting responsibility for his own actions I think it's messed up how he thinks he let his family hollow him out because they abused him very badly for his entire childhood and he didn't let them do it and it breaks my heart that he thinks that's even somehow his fault for not being able to handle a completely terrible situation better.
  • I find it so sad that Ward needs Christian to confess what really happened at the well because he can't even trust his own memory that was brought up the beserker staff last season because his family has messed him up that much that he doesn't even know what the truth about his past really even is.
  • I'm glad that Fitz was able to do the high pressured task that Coulson had given him to do but I still think that Coulson constantly expecting these things out of Fitz while he's still recovering from his injury isn't fair of him or good for Fitz in general.
  • I really disliked the speech that Trip gave about trusting Coulson no matter what because it just doesn't feel earned or even like something anyone would actually say.
  • Even though Whitehall is a terrible human being I liked that he was treated like a human being while he was imprisoned with how he had sunlight, books, plants and other personal items this shows that Shield once was a decent place but it also shows that the show knows that Coulson treatment of Ward was inhumane which is a good thing because that means that Coulson will be called out for that someday.
  • Whitehall is the most disgusting person ever pretty much with how he killed the woman who could touch the diviner and than harvested her organs and used them to make himself younger because he saw that she hadn't aged in decades. I don't know if you can top this level of awful and I don't want anyone to ever try.
  • I liked that when Lance figured out the information about who Whitehall really is and how old he really is that he gave the information to Bobbi so that she could use in her interrogation of Bakashi.
  • I was so glad that Ward got Christian to confess to what really happened at the well and I liked that we learned that the mother seemed to be the crueler parent and that she favored the younger brother so Christian wanted him to die which is really disturbing when you remember the well flashbacks and consider how young they were. Overall I'm just glad that Ward now knows for sure that he never wanted to hurt his younger brother that it was all lie and he no longer had to carry the guilt for something he was never guilty of in the first place.
  • I enjoyed the scene with Skye's father meeting Coulson I just really find Skye's father to be an entertaining character and I like that he wants to wait to meet Skye in order to make a good first impression and while he still does seem to be a bit unstable I also feel like he does care about Skye as well.
  • I really dislike how Coulson once again doesn't tell Skye information that concerns her such as he met her father because I think that's something that she should be made aware of so that she can be emotionally prepared if she encounters him.
  • I'm assuming that Ward is working some undercover thing in Hydra because he was never loyal to them in the first place, it's a good way for him to take the organization down is from within it especially since he'll be doing everything on his own and he promised Skye that he would find her father and well being inside Hydra got him to her father.
  • I don't really think Ward killed his family since they didn't show him doing it on screen because that seems like a scene like that would make for good drama so the fact that they didn't show that scene makes me think that he isn't the one responsible their deaths although even if he is it doesn't make me think any less of him since his family abused him through out his entire childhood and are now trying to have him killed so I can't blame him for wanting them dead.
  • I liked Bobbi and Lance hooking up but at the same time considering that Lance flat out told Bobbi that he can't trust her even though he wants to and she has told him that she doesn't lie to him I don't think them getting back together will end any differently than it did the first time because they haven't resolved any of their previous issues.
  • I liked that it seems like Skye's father wants revenge against Whitehall because he killed his wife and harvested her organs also after seeing what happened to Skye's mother I can understand why he would loose control the way he did.
Please tell me your thoughts on this episode.

TV Review: The 100: Many Happy Returns(2.04)

                                          The 100: Many Happy Returns(2.04)Review
  • So it seems that Jaha has landed in a desert and he was found by a young boy who wanted to save him which I thought was nice.
  • I liked that Clarke spent her time with Anya keeping her prisoner as they ran from the Mount Weather people trying to convince her it would be for the best if the two of them joined forces and worked together.
  • I liked how when Murphy brought up that they have been running for a long time that Bellamy allowed for a rest break and when Finn was angry at Bellamy for allowing  them to stop that Bellamy pointed out that they didn't even know that the grounder was telling the truth and that I liked that Bellamy told Finn how him putting a gun to the grounder's head may not have been the way to get accurate information.
  • I liked that Bellamy told Finn that while he gets that Finn did what he thought he had to do Bellamy also sees that Finn isn't himself right now and he really doesn't need to be out here with another loose cannon.
  • I liked that Bellamy, Finn, Murphy and the other two with them stumbled onto another crash site but this one didn't seem to leave much of any survivors.
  • I liked that when the one guy with them Sterling saw a girl that he recognized that he decided that he would go down the mountain to rescue her.
  • I liked how when Finn was trying to convince Bellamy that they should leave the girl and go to the grounder camp that Bellamy clearly was conflicted about what to do because as much as he would like to rescue his people he also knows that he doesn't really have a good reason to trust the information that the grounder gave them and he knows if they leave the girl now she would be dead by the time they get back but the decision is pretty much made for him when Sterling goes down to rescue her.
  • I feel bad for Raven with her trying to adapt to one of her leg's nerves being dead but I also like how she was so willing to get back to working on a beacon and how she is just generally trying to power through everything.
  • I was really upset when Sterling died even though I just learned his name this episode I really cared about his survival and him going down a mountain to save his friend really just made me like him more and than he died.
  • I liked how everyone seemed upset about Sterling's death even Murphy and I liked that Bellamy decided then that they he would save the girl hanging off the side of the mountain because one their died trying to save her and he won't let his death be in vain and I liked that everyone but Finn was on board with the plan.
  • I liked how Bellamy told Finn that for all they know the grounders already killed their people but he knows that girl hanging off the side of the mountain is still alive and that they can save her.
  • I liked how Bellamy told the girl that she could hold on a little bit longer because she was strong and when she said she wasn't strong just stubborn he told her to keep being stubborn longer.
  • I liked how the mother of the boy that saved Jaha told her about how her son was born with a facial defect and they were suppose to let nature have him but she couldn't let him die so they now have to find a new home.
  • I liked how Raven and Wick worked together on the beacon and how they have a history of working together and it seems like Raven always gives him grief about his designs because they're not realistic so she usually has to fix them.
  • I liked how even though Anya had been blaming Clarke's lack of subtly while running through the woods as the reason the Mount Weather's people that it turned out Anya had a tracker in her which she ended up ripping out with her teeth.
  • I liked that when the rope broke that Murphy was actually the one that kept holding on and that even though he had the chance to let Bellamy die he didn't let go and I'm glad that him and Finn kept hold of the rope even when the grounders were attacking and when they heard the fog horn.
  • I liked that it turned out that Octavia blew the fog horn in order to save them and I liked that when Bellamy and Octavia saw each other they hugged.
  • I liked how Wick told Raven that she has a first rate mind and that she can think her way around almost anything and I liked that he told her that she should allow her friends to help her when it comes to her injury and I liked that Raven than finally decided to use the brace he made for her which did work.
  • I liked how Clarke was able to turn the tables on Anya and made Anya her prisoner instead.
  • I liked how when Bellamy figured out that Lincoln was gone that he told Octavia he was sorry even though Bellamy had disliked Bellamy for most of season one.
  • I liked how when Finn wanted to go ahead to the grounder camp that Bellamy was willing to stay behind and bring the injured back to Camp Jaha because he knew that they couldn't make it back there on their own.
  • I liked that Murphy went with Finn to the grounder camp and I liked that Bellamy gave him a gun and in a way another chance based off of what he did today and probably the fact that he no longer trust Finn on his own.
  • I liked that Octavia was confused about why Bellamy would ever give Murphy a gun again and I liked that when Bellamy told her he needs her help bring the others back to camp that she said of course you do.
  • I liked that Clarke was able to see at least some of the message her mom left for her and I'm glad that she learned that her people were still alive.
  • I liked that even when Anya was clearly trying to kill Clarke and didn't seem like she would be willing to stop that Clarke still didn't want to kill her and I liked that when Clarke almost did kill Anya that she stopped when she saw Raven's beacon.
  • I liked that Jaha was willing to sacrifice himself for the family he just meant even though he knows they sold him out for a horse and I'm curious about how Jaha is still alive with how much he self sacrifices.
  • I liked how Clarke once she brought Anya just outside Camp Jaha let Anya go and was able to convince Anya that it was for both their people's best interest if they fight together against Mouth Weather.
  • I was so sad and mad when Anya both because I liked her as a character and because she had just agreed to work with Clarke and now the Camp Jaha people being trigger happy has lost a grounder ally that they need and that  took a lot of hard worker for Clarke to gain.
Please tell me your thoughts on this episode.

TV Review: Revenge: Intel(4.09)

                                                       Revenge: Intel(4.09)Review
  • I enjoyed how we saw Emily starting off the episode torturing one of the men who tried to kill her father to figure out what was going on and then was able to answer the door and act like everything was perfectly normal. I just enjoy seeing both how screwed up Emily is and how good she is at deception and this scene showed both those things.
  • I was really annoyed by Jack's partner flirting with Emily and coming to her house but I'm glad that she also seemed annoyed and dismissive of him as well.
  • I actually quite like the flirting between Jack and Kate in this episode their scenes had a sense of fun to them that made me enjoy the scenes.
  • I'm glad that Victoria was suspicious of the guys that attacked David in her hospital room but I also liked that David didn't really tell Victoria the whole truth which is something I like because I've hated how he's trusted her so blindly in the past episodes.
  • I'm a bit curious about why Louise's family seems intent on covering up the circumstances of  her father's death.
  • I liked how Emily had it figured out after one of men who attacked her father that was in police custody committed suicide that it was a staged suicide and an inside job.
  • I liked that Daniel was putting at least a little effort into getting Margaux back and I think he was right about hoe Margaux is the one that is giving up on them not him.
  • I'm glad that David told Nolan that he owed him an apology and I liked that Nolan told him that he owed him a reputation.
  • I liked how David said that Nolan is the one that knows Emily the best and that Nolan agreed with that statement. I also liked that Nolan realized it was odd that he hadn't heard from Emily all day so he went over to her place to see what she was doing.
  • I liked that Nolan let the guy that Emily was torturing go and I liked that he told Emily that she crossed a line.
  • I liked how Emily let Jack's partner take her out just so that she could manipulate him into giving her information about the police cases that she didn't already have. I also liked that she beat him at all the bar games they played.
  • While I thought that it was probably smarter for Nolan to look into Louise's past and work with Margaux I did like that Nolan felt bad about possibly hurting her in a way similar to how he had been hurt and how he thinks of her as his friend so he'll look out for her whether or not that's the smart thing to do, I've just always enjoy the absolute faith Nolan has in the people he chooses to care about.
  • I kind of dislike that Jack's partner was able to tell that Emily was using him rather than just going on a date with him but I also am okay with it because at least than he could tell that she isn't really into him.
  • I think it's strange that David has a safe full of money and he's keeping it secret and not using it to pay off the man that's after him, Malcolm Black who is after him because he stole from him it seems like he could easily settle this matter but decides not for some strange reason.
  • I liked how Nolan told David that he didn't need to leave town because he had put a tracker in the guy that Nolan released from Emily's torturing.
  • I continue to really love Emily and Daniel having honest conversations with each other and I'm pretty sure Daniel might have actually tried to flirt with her which was kind of hilarious, basically I just wished that they started having conversations like this a long time ago because their great.
  • I really don't like that Victoria is putting Emily in danger by telling Malcolm Black's people that she would be willing to pay off David's debts for him.
  • I don't really get how Margaux being pregnant explains why she's been pushing Daniel away at all.
  • I have mixed feelings about Kate being the one who is working for Malcolm Black and I think that this is a bad thing for Jack since he decided to sleep with her right after we find this out.
Please tell me your thoughts on this episode.

TV Review: Agents of Shield: The Writing on the Wall(2.07)

                                Agents of Shield: The Writing on the Wall(2.07)Review
  • I found the Carver guy to be really creepy with how he would carve the weird alien symbols into people's skin.
  • Coulson becoming more and more obsessed with carving the symbols into the wall and generally being more mentally unstable is very worrisome because he has a lot of power over a lot of dangerous things and no one this season seems willing to stand up to him so him being in charge of things just makes me more and more worried about everyone else.
  • I liked that when Trip thought that he caught Ward off guard when he found him that Ward actually knew exactly where Trip was and signal him to show him a bomb which he was using as a bluff to keep Shield from killing him or taking him.
  • Once again this episode proves that the team doesn't know Ward at all with how Coulson assumed right away that Ward wasn't bluffing when it cam to the bomb but if you play close attention through out the episode it is proven that he was with how he was shown having his hand off the dead man's switch with no explosion happening. For once I'm glad of the team's complete lack of understanding when it comes to Ward because he kept him free and alive this episode.
  • I liked how it was explained that the other people who were craving or painting the symbols were people that the test subjects for Gh-325  who had their memories erased because that explains what happened to those people and why certain people are carving the symbols.
  • I find it mildly concerning how causal Fitz and Mack were about stealing a dead body from the morgue but in all honesty steal dead bodies is wouldn't even make the top twenty list of disturbing things Shield has done still a bit odd that no one really consider this all that strange.
  • I know that I was probably suppose to see this as a threat but when Ward was talking with that kid and his mom all I could think was that he was such a dork so I enjoyed that scene.
  • I liked that Ward was able to figure out that Bobbi was one of Coulson's people that was following him because he noticed that she was on the same page of her book as she was when she was outside the bus.
  • I liked that when Coulson said that he was going to use the memory machine thing that Raina used on him last season that both Skye and Simmons told him that they thought that it was a bad idea although this of course didn't stop him from going through with his plan and forcing them to be apart of it.
  • I liked that Mack after witnessing all of the crazy things Coulson had been doing and talking about that he started to wonder what he signed up for and is clearly doubting Coulson's leadership abilities, this makes me really happy because honestly Coulson is a terrible leader and someone needs to question him.
  • I found the whole GH-325 what happened with the test subjects to be very frightening with them all going insane and how the person working with Coulson on the project had no problems using these people as test subjects that they thought of as less than human, I found this whole thing frightening but the thing I liked best of all was that this was all Shield's doing there was no way to pin this on Hydra this being all Shield just proves that they aren't better than their enemies and they need to face the facts soon or they'll just end up becoming monsters.
  • I liked how this episode showed how Coulson is so clearly loosing it and that his actions are something that actually makes his team frightened of him because this has been going on for awhile now so it's nice that it is at least briefly acknowledge within the show.
  • I really dislike how Coulson is seemingly unable to see reason with how he couldn't acknowledge that his behavior was screwed up with how he locked Skye in vault D so that he could run off and find the other people with Gh 325 in his system when he clearly wasn't mentally stable.
  • I felt bad that no one noticed for a few hours that Skye was locked up in the vault but there is a certain irony to it as well.
  • I felt really bad for Hank Thompson the guy that was a dad who built a train track for his kid with how both Coulson and the Carver guy threaten him and his family about strange symbols that he doesn't understand and isn't interested in understanding.
  • I liked how when Lance was implying that a lack of subtly blew her cover she brought up the fact that Lance was dressed up as a cowboy.
  • I loved how Ward lured Bakashi Whitehall's second in command to meet with him and then took out all of Bakashi's guards and captured Bakashi left him tied up for the team to find and also used the time the team spent get prepared for a fight to escape. I really love how Ward did made more progress in taking Hydra down in one episode than Shield has all season.
  • I liked that in a lot of ways this episode portrayed Coulson as almost as bad as the Carver guy that who is clearly a really bad guy because it shows how flawed Coulson is this season and how unfit he is to lead anyone.
  • While I like how Mack is actually about his boss possibly being crazy and the whole him having alien blood thing I wonder if the whole people who are alien can't be trusted is some kind of foreshadowing with the team possibly turning on Skye once her alien powers/abilities start to emerge because Shield does have a really cruel police when it comes to gifteds and I don't have any reason to believe they won't have an even worse one when it comes to aliens.
  • I don't really understand figuring out that symbols make a map to a city and having all the parts really helps Shield considering they have no idea what might be there if anything actually is.
  • I know that Coulson wants everyone to believe that he's all better now but I don't believe that but then again I had a lot of problems with Coulson this season in general and maybe this means is less ethical decisions that he made this season will actually be something that he has to own up to now not just have them hand waved as a side effect of GH 325 which I would enjoy because he really needs to called out on a lot of his decisions.
  • I liked that Ward called Skye just it seems to tell her that he'll keep his promise to her and that he has to deal with some personal matters for awhile. I also liked that even though Skye does ask Ward where he is she makes no move to trace the call even though there is literally a button on the screen of the phone shown before she answers it that says trace I take her not wanting to trace the call to mean that she actually doesn't want Shield or his brother to catch him which I think is a good thing.
Please tell me your thoughts on this episode.

TV Review: The 100: Reapercussions(2.03)

                                           The 100: Reapercussions(2.03)Review
  • I liked that Clarke saved Anya and got the two of them out of there because she knows that both of their people are in danger from the Mount Weather's people and if they want to have a fighting chance against them their going to need to work together.
  • I find it very disturbing that it looks like the Mount Weather people are the ones that created the reapers and I wonder why they decided to create the reapers in the first place considering that they seem to just be mindless killing machines.
  • I liked how Bellamy was refusing to unrestrain Murphy because he doesn't trust Murphy but at the same time Finn did have a point that it's probably for the best that they don't leave Murphy completely defenseless out here because he's the only one that knows where the grounders prison camp is, although I also like that Bellamy still refuses to give him any type of weapon.
  • I liked how Octavia offered to help Lincoln's clan fight off the reapers because she wanted to save him but I disliked that they still tried to kill her glad that she was able to get away from them before they could do that.
  • I liked how Maya showed Jasper the room with all the art in it and I liked that those two almost kissed.
  • I liked how Monty noticed that no one had seen Clarke for a long time and that he started to worry that something might have happened to her but at the same time I kind of liked how Jasper was sure that she could handle whatever trouble that she got into.
  • I liked that Anya killed one of her own people in order to save him from being either eaten by or turned into a reaper.
  • I liked that when Finn spotted a grounder with Clarke's watch that even though Bellamy knew that Clarke wouldn't take it off willing that he was able to keep a clear head and think through things logically.
  • I liked how Bellamy used Murphy tapping on rocks as bait to lure in the grounder with the watch to them in order to interrogate him about where they took their people.
  • I liked that Kane didn't want to punish Abby with giving her lashes because he wanted things to be different on the ground than on Ark but I disliked that he ended up giving her the lashes anyways because he thought it was the only way to keep everyone in line but it really didn't make much of a difference in the end.
  • I liked that Octavia was willing to be the bait in order to help the grounders to fight the reapers so that she could save Lincoln.
  • I liked that Monty started to distrust the Mount Weather because Clarke doesn't trust and I liked that even Jasper started to distrust them a little bit when he found out that Clarke was still missing although he continued to trust Maya and I don't really think that he's wrong to since she probably has no idea what those higher up are up to.
  • I find it interesting that the Mount Weather people have a setting on their guns that will drive the reapers away.
  • I think that the grounder was probably telling the truth the first time when he said he found the watch outside of camp because it's likely that the Mount Weather people left the 100's personal items there so that any survivors wouldn't come looking for them.
  • I disliked how Finn started freaking out beating the grounder and then threatened to kill the grounder if  he didn't tell them where Clarke was I personally think that the grounder made up a place to send them just to save his own life because we know that they didn't take the 100.
  • I liked how Bellamy is able to keep a cool head through out interrogating the grounder and that he kept telling Finn to calm down and stop beating and threatening the grounder. I also liked how Murphy pointed out that they all thought he was the crazy one while Finn's the one loosing it.
  • I liked that Kane came to the realization that being merciless isn't the best way to go about things on the grounder and I like that he's going to try to negotiate some sort of peace with the grounders and that he's leaving Abby in charge of the camp while he goes on this mission.
  • I liked that Octavia was able to prove herself in her fight against the reapers and that Lincoln's clan decided now that they won't kill her because she fought well but I'm sad that she was unable to save Lincoln.
  • The story that Clarke went crazy is one that I think that the people of Mount Weather are telling to everyone that isn't higher up or work directly with those areas and I think that Maya most likely isn't lying but just doesn't know the truth. I liked that Jasper feels bad now that he called Clarke crazy last episode.
  • I liked that Anya ended up saving Clarke from the guards before they could capture her and I liked that the two of them worked together to escape which was through jumping down a waterfall and I'm glad that those two survived the fall.
  • While I don't really like that Anya is taking Clarke prisoner I expect it to happen and I understand why she's doing  it since Clarke is her enemy and she was able to kill so many of her people.
  • I liked that Murphy was trying to convince Bellamy that the most logical thing for them to do is to kill the grounder because he could escape and get more people and than attack kill them later and I liked that Bellamy refused to do it because while they have killed grounders before that was in battle and this would be an execution and there not going to do that. On the other hand I disliked that Finn just executed the grounder and I like that everyone can clearly see that Finn's loosing it because he's just doing these things without thinking or talking anything through like the others are.
  • I'm very worried about Lincoln because it seems like the people of Mount Weather are going to try and turn him into a reaper.
Please tell me your thoughts on this episode.