Thursday, November 26, 2015

TV Review: Teen Wolf: Lies of Omission(5.09)

                                           Teen Wolf: Lies of Omission(5.09)Review
  • I really liked Scott's opening monologue about how things have taken change for the worse recently with his asthma coming back bad enough that he has to carry around with him at all times now. Then he goes into talking about how no one is really talking to each other anymore and that maybe some of them like it that way since it makes it easier to keep secrets then he goes on to talking about he fears that he isn't able to save anyone anymore. Then only thing I really didn't like about this monologue was Scott telling Theo about all this.
  • I liked that the dread doctors didn't care at all that Theo wanted a pack but I dislike that their planning to kill Hayden.
  • I thought that Liam and Hayden were really sweet together and I liked how he was looking after and doing his best to make sure that she's safe.
  • I'm really worried about Hayden because she's bleeding mercury and I think it's a bad idea for Liam and Hayden to keep that fact to themselves.
  • I liked that Stiles and Lydia were working together looking for nemton but I thought it was a little weird that Lydia couldn't find it since there are dead bodies on it and she's usually drawn to them. While I liked how Lydia said it's always better when they know I understand why Stiles would think telling Parrish could be a bad idea since Parrish could be pretty dangerous.
  • I liked that Scott could sense something was wrong with Liam and that he offered him any kind of help that he could give him and reminded him that he's there for him. I felt so bad for Scott when Liam told Scott that he couldn't protect anyone.
  • While I hate Theo I do think that he's right that Scott wouldn't blame Stiles if Stiles had told him  the whole story about how he accidently killed Donovan when Donovan was trying to kill him so it really upsets me that do to his guilt Stiles still refuses to tell Scott about it and Theo knows this and uses it to his advantage.
  • I liked that when Mason saw that Cory was getting stronger that he helped him with testing his strength and I liked that Mason told Cory that Scott is a good guy and that he's trying to help despite the circumstances that Cory met him under.
  • I was really worried about Cory when he started bleeding mercury everywhere and I was a bit sad to see that Scott is doubting himself so much that he froze up because he didn't know how he could help him and actually had to be convinced by Theo to do something.
  • I liked that after Cory was sent to the hospital that Liam found Hayden and got  her out of there because he knows she's next and he wants to protect her.
  • I really really hate Theo for telling Scott that Stiles killed Donovan and I really hate how he made it sound like cold blooded murder rather than what it actually was but I do have to admit that Theo is a really good liar and that if I didn't know for a fact that he was lying I probably would've believed so I can't really blame Scott for not really knowing what to believe after that conversation.
  • I really liked how Scott's reactions to Theo's story about Stiles and Donovan were ones of both disbelief and horror because what Theo was describing was pretty horrific and the idea that Stiles his best friend in whole entire world could be capable of something like that is one that he can't really comprehend yet he knows that Stiles has been keeping something from him and he doesn't see a reason for why Theo would lie about this. I also wanted to point out that Tyler Posey's acting in this scene was really good and it was one of my favorite parts of the scene.
  • I liked that when Malia saw that another chimera was in her class she went after her when she left the classroom and I liked that when Natalie tried to stop her that Malia pointed out that she thinks Natalie knows more than she's willing to admit and that she leaves anyway.
  • I love that Malia tries to help the chimera Beth and that she was completely heartbroken when she was killed right in front of her.
  • I thought it was interesting that Cory has the power to blend into the walls and I'm sad that this didn't help him escape the dread doctors and that they killed him anyways.
  • I liked that when Stiles saw that Malia was upset that he tried to reach out to her and I was sad when Malia told him that she couldn't handle another body or another failure and that she walks away.
  • I wasn't really all that interested in Lydia and Parrish looking for the nemton and I really dislike how the show keeps ship teasing them since their relationship just feels wrong.
  • I hope that Theo lying to the Sheriff about how Donovan has died and Scott about how he died in two different ways comes back to hurt him.
  • I liked that Hayden worried about how much her sister will worry about her if she leaves and that she worries that she may hurt Liam someday.
  • I liked that after Parrish found out that he was that he was the one taking the bodies that he wanted to turn himself in because he was breaking the law and that he thinks of himself as dangerous.
  • I'm really worried about Hayden since the dread doctors gave her a shot that will most likely kill her.
  • I dislike that Theo gave Liam the idea that the best way to save Hayden is to turn her into a werewolf and that Theo is using the fact that Scott won't give Hayden the bite because too many things could go wrong in order to turn Liam against him.
  • I liked that when Scott confronted Stiles about the fact that he killed Donovan that the first question he asks is why Stiles didn't tell him right after it happened, I liked despite everything one of the things Scott's most confused about is that Stiles would keep something this big from him.
  • It frustrated me that Stiles did such a bad job pleading his case because while Stiles did say that it was self defense and that it was to keep his dad safe he didn't explain what really happened even when he had reason to suspect that Scott may not have gotten the true story. I also think that Stiles getting so anger and taking about how sometimes people have to make mistakes and get their hands dirty sounds more like someone trying to justify their actions than someone that actually did only defend themselves. I think the problem is that Stiles doesn't believe that what he did is right or forgivable so he sucks at defending himself to Scott because while he wants Scott's absolution he doesn't for a second believe he deserves it.
  • I liked that one of Scott's main points when it came to saying that killing Donovan was wrong was because of the way in which Scott believes he dies because while I believe that Scott can understand self defense he doesn't know that is what actually happen. I think that through out the conversation Scott isn't actually trying to pass judgment on Stiles but rather trying to make sure that Stiles knows that they can't just go around killing people and that killing people is wrong and with the way that Stiles is reacting I can understand why Scott fears that Stiles may not believe this anymore.
  • I liked that more than anything Scott wants to believe what Stiles is telling him and I liked how Stiles pretty begged Scott to tell him what he can do to fix things between them. I liked how it was clear that Scott wanted to be able to tell Stiles what to do in order to make things better but he has no idea what that is because Stiles killed someone and you can't undo killing someone yet at the same time Stiles is still his best friend and Scott still loves him but he doesn't know how to make things right anymore than Stiles does so he tells Stiles not to worry about anything and to talk to his dad not because he doesn't love Stiles but because he doesn't know what to do and he's hoping the Sheriff will.
Please tell me your thoughts on this episode.

Thursday, November 19, 2015

TV Review: How to Get Away With Murder:Best Christmas Ever(1.11)

                        How to Get Away With Murder:Best Christmas Ever(1.11)Review
  • I found it sad how Annalise spent her holidays getting drunk alone in a hotel room while she told everyone else that she went to visit her mother.
  • I liked that while Sam's sister Hannah clearly believed that Sam wouldn't kill anyone that it was clear that it came from a place of her not being able to think of her brother as a killer and I liked that Annalise gave her the evidence to look over and that she said that people don't make sense.
  • I liked how Michaela was putting on a happy front of everything being perfect while it being fairly clear that she was trying way to hard to make it seem like everything is fine.
  • I was a little bit surprised to learn that Annalise didn't tell anyone about Sam's sister coming into town but I do agree with what she told Wes about how she felt that him knowing would just make him worried about something that he doesn't have to be worried about.
  • I liked that with the case of the week with a woman coming forward about how her husband was keeping captive two girls so that he could rape them in their basement, that Annalise could see that the woman was a victim of the husband herself and therefore deserved a plea deal that would allow her not to spend anytime in jail.
  • I find it interesting that Laurel and Asher are the ones that don't think the client deserves the plea deal. I'm not really surprised by Asher having that viewpoint but I am by Laurel's.
  • I feel bad for Wes with the nightmares that he's been having but I'm also glad that he is shown to be emotionally effected by the murder because he handled things so well the night that it happened.
  • I liked how when Laurel was visiting her family she told them all the crazy stuff she has been up to at school because she knew that her parents were going to overlook her once again in favor of talking about something more shallow. I also liked that she seemed to get joy out of upsetting her father.
  • I liked how Laurel told Frank that she was thinking about how Conner's car is full of forensic evidence and that there needs to be something done about it.
  • I was surprised to find out that Nate's wife is terminally ill and that he's told her about Annalise and that she supports the relationship because she wants him to be happy even if it's not with her. I liked that both Nate and Annalise felt that she was a better person than either of them were as well.
  • I liked how over Christmas that Conner told his sister that Oliver was his boyfriend despite the fact that they aren't even together right now.
  • I liked that although Oliver is unsure of if it's a good idea to get back together with Conner that he allows him to stay to watch a movie with him provided he stays on his side of the couch.
  • I liked that when Conner's car is stolen he doesn't go to the police about because he's worried about the forensic evidence and I liked that when he tells the others that Laurel tells him that Frank must have had something to do with it. While Frank doesn't admit to anything it's obvious that he did have something to do with it.
  • I liked how even after Annalise finds out that the client lied about drugging the victims before her husband raped them that she still can see that her client was trying to protect the girls from the memory of rape and so she doesn't drop the case.
  • I liked how Wes figured out that the stillborn baby is actually alive because of the way the client calls the baby hers in the recording of the questioning.
  • I liked that the reason that Frank and Asher have been hanging out is because Frank wants to make sure that Asher doesn't grow suspicious of the others.
  • I find it interesting that Bonnie apparently comes from a pretty messed up family.
  • I liked that Asher tells Bonnie that she hurt his feelings pretty badly after she was mean to him after they slept together but I also liked that he admitted that he's been acting like a jerk to her during this episode and he shouldn't have done that.
  • I liked that once Annalise finds out that the client is hiding a child somewhere where no one is taking care of her that this is when Annalise gives up on helping her client and instead does what she has to do to ensure that the child is safe.
  • I liked that Laurel made Wes, Conner and Michaela talk with her about how their handling things because she knows that if they don't talk to each other they'll all start to breakdown and that's going to get them caught.
  • I liked how Laurel admit that she missed the rest of them while she was on break and that Wes admitted that he's been having nightmares and he's worried he might be going crazy. I also liked that Conner mentions that he doesn't trust Laurel and Wes but that he does consider himself and Michaela to be on the same side although Michaela doesn't feel the same way. I also liked that Laurel is okay with Conner not liking the rest of them she just thinks it's a bad idea for him to keep that a secret because it could lead to more distrust in the group which can get them caught.
  • I felt bad for Michaela when over New Years she was freaking out a bit and Aiden told her that he thought that postponing the wedding would be a good idea.
  • I liked that Conner and Oliver got back together and I liked that Conner told Oliver that he's the only person in his life that he trusts right now and that they could take things slow.
  • I'm honestly starting to wonder if Frank's a hit man because of the way he asks Annalise if she wanta him to take care of Hannah.
  • I liked that Annalise was finally able to convince Hannah that Sam is gone and probably a killer by telling her half truths that Hannah took as the whole truth.
  • I'm very worried about what's going to happen now that Sam's body has been discovered.
Please tell me your thoughts on this episode.

TV Review: Teen Wolf: Ouroboros(5.08)

                                          Teen Wolf: Ouroboros(5.08)Review
  • I find it interesting that Deaton went to Russia in order to figure out more about the Dread Doctors because they originally came from there.
  • I'm worried about Malia since the desert wolf said that if she finds out that she is alive she is going to kill her again but I'm glad that Deaton lied and said he didn't know anything about her.
  • I liked that Melissa called the Sheriff about the body that she found and that she wanted him to leave his badge at the door. I like that the Sheriff doesn't really want to cover anything else up and I like that Melissa tells him that she thinks that he will have to considering what their sons do in their free time.
  • While I understand why Melissa was upset with the Sheriff for calling in the body I understand the Sheriff felt he had to because he's right that the family of the person that dies deserves to know what happened to their loved one and that considering his job he can't cover up a murder.
  • I felt bad for Kira since she so clearly doesn't know what's going on with her and she can't even remember what she was doing and then she ends up getting arrested for murder.
  • I felt really bad for Hayden when she was being worked on by the dread doctors and I wonder if their trying to make things better actually just makes things worse. I liked that Liam tried to protect Hayden even though he was unable to.
  • I liked how Mr.Yukimura told the police that he was the one that killed the person and that it was in self defense and that he was willing to risk going to jail in order to protect Kira.
  • I liked that although the Sheriff clearly doesn't believe the story being told he doesn't want to pursue the true one since he knows that even if Kira was the one that killed the person it was clearly in self defense and he didn't want to have to arrest her for it.
  • I liked that Liam tried to take the pain away from Hayden but sadly he was unable to do so.
  • I liked that Scott wanted to be there for Kira but he couldn't because they were all make a plan to find and save Liam and Hayden.
  • I liked that Corey was reading the book to try and remember what was happening to him and I liked that Mason reassured him that it was okay that he was a slow reader.
  • While I didn't like that Scott just walked in and stabbed his claw into Corey's neck in order to access his memories I understood why he did it he's worried that Liam and Hayden might already be dead and Corey's their only chance at finding him.
  • I'm worried about how knowing that Stiles and Theo were the only ones at the library the night that Donovan was killed will effect Stiles relationship with his dad.
  • I liked that Zack the chimera that explained things about how the dread doctors seem to work and how when you bleed sliver is when you know things are really bad.
  • I liked that Stiles told Scott that they had to slow down and think things through before they just run off and try to save Liam and Hayden. I liked that Stiles wanted to go with Scott, Malia and Mason but he stayed because he wanted to talk to his dad about the person taking the bodies.
  • I liked that Lydia told Scott that he could have really hurt Corey and I like that this made Scott start and think for a second.
  • I'm sad that Stiles lied to his dad about loosing his library card a couple of weeks ago when his dad asked him about them.
  • I liked that when Noshiko noticed that Kira was having trouble reading the dread doctor book that she told her to read the book backwards and that this actually worked.
  • I liked that Malia told Scott that he needed to use his inhaler and I liked that when Scott was giving up that Mason told him that they can keep trying.
  • I was really upset to learn that the dread doctors messed with Kira but I wasn't surprised to learn that they did so.
  • While I'm glad that Theo rescued Liam and Hayden I dislike how he only did so in order to make the rest of the pack trust him more.
  • I liked that Liam and Hayden kissed but I'm still really worried about Hayden since she doesn't seem to be healing.
  • I'm sad that Kira is leaving but I understand why she feels that she has to since her fox is out of control and they don't have any idea how to fix that.
  • I felt bad for Scott when he was telling his mom that he feels that things have changed and that he feels like it's because of him, I don't think everything going wrong is his fault I think it's the dread doctors and Theo's fault that things are getting so bad.
  • I'm glad that Stiles figured out that Parrish is the one that's stealing the bodies and I liked that he showed Lydia that.
Please tell me your thoughts on this episode.

TV Review: The 100: Remember Me(2.09)

                                                  The 100: Remember Me(2.09)Review
  • I felt bad for Clarke with how she was trying to clean Finn's blood off her hands and how she was crying at the beginning of episode. I liked that Abby did her best to comfort Clarke even though her words clearly weren't enough.
  • I felt bad for Clarke when Lexa mentioned that Clarke's guilt will haunt her until the end of her days and will be more than enough suffering because it was true through out the episode that Clarke was haunted by the memory of Finn and what she did to him.
  • I liked how Clarke is willing to do whatever it takes to keep the alliance in tact because if it fails it would mean that Finn died for nothing.
  • I liked how when Abby said that the grounders are being led by a child that Kane pointed out that they were as well in reference to Clarke.
  • I was sad to see Clarke and Raven at odds with each other but it was something I expected to happen since Finn meant so much to Raven and Clarke's the one that killed him and is now also allowing his body to be taken by the grounders.
  • I liked how Monty came up with a complicated plan to get a radio message out to their people by using the wires in mount weather's system.
  • I liked that Bellamy told Clarke that she did the right thing in order to comfort her and I liked that she said that she now has to live with that.
  • I liked that Bellamy thought up the idea of him being an inside man at Mount Weather and I liked that Clarke was against the idea because she can't stand the idea of loosing him too.
  • I'm glad that the Mount Weather people aren't yet doing anything to destroy the alliance between the arc people and the grounders.
  • I liked that when Bellamy told Clarke that it's safer on our side that Clarke told him there aren't any sides anymore and that they need to trust the grounders and I liked that after that Bellamy also laid down on the grounders side.
  • I liked how it was shown that the other grounders don't trust Lincoln any longer because they believe he still has the reaper inside of him and I liked how Octavia told him that he's not that monster but Lincoln himself is somewhat doubtful about that.
  • I liked how Raven refused to give up her weapons outside of the grounder village so one of the guards had to take the weapons from her.
  • I liked how Clarke made Lexa stop one of her guards from killing a villager because she knew her people would be blame for that death as well and that would hurt the alliance. I liked that Lexa said that anyone who threatened the alliance would be killed.
  • I liked how when Clarke had to light Finn's corpse on fire she said and now your fight is over in the grounder's language.
  • I find it sad that Lexa thinks of love as weakness after loosing someone she loves and I'm glad that Clarke doesn't think that she could ever stop caring about people.
  • I didn't like how the drink was poisoned and it looked like one of the people from the ark tried to poison Lexa. Although I did like how Bellamy flung the cup out of Clarke's hand as soon as he saw the drink was poisoned.
  • I find it sad that Lincoln's people no longer believe that he is one of them and that he is locked away just the same as the people from the ark.
  • I understand why Clarke had to ask Raven if she tried to poison Lexa because Raven had plenty of reasons to want to but I also understood why Raven would be so insulted by that question.
  • I liked that Abby tried to help Clarke through her guilt about Finn's death by talking about what helped her through a similar situation but the fact that it was Clarke's father's death pretty much makes it impossible for Clarke to take her advice.
  • I liked that Kane told Clarke that tearing each other or yourself apart isn't going to help them out of this situation and that they need to instead figure out who really tried to poison Lexa.
  • I felt really bad for Raven when she was tortured and almost killed for a crime that she didn't even commit.
  • I liked that Clarke figured out that the cup and not the drink was poisoned and she proved this by taking a drink from the bottle. I also liked that Bellamy figured out that Gustvas was the one that tried to break the alliance through the poisoning because he would do anything to protect her.
  • I liked that Monty put himself in danger by breaking into the control center so that he could unjam the frequencies and get the message out to the people from the ark but I was sad that this led to him getting captured.
  • I liked that Lexa killed Gustvas the same way she was going to kill Raven for the same crime because while their justice is brutal at least it's constant.
  • I was sad that Clarke told Bellamy to go ahead with his plan of being an inside man in Mount Weather because she was being weak before. I was sad that this episode ended with Clarke declaring that love is weakness.
Please tell me your thoughts on this episode.

TV Review: How to Get Away With Murder: Hello Raskolnikov(1.10)

                           How to Get Away With Murder: Hello Raskolnikov(1.10)Review
  • I liked how see Annalise telling her story about what happened the night of the murder to the investigators while showing us clips of what actually happened. This scene both shows how brilliant and scary Annalise is for the way she's able to tell that story so convincingly.
  • I liked that we saw more of the scene with Annalise and Wes on the night of the murder and I liked how we saw a bit of Wes actually freaking out and saw him actually falling apart a bit and how he was guided by Annalise on what to do.
  • I liked how we saw Conner and Michaela freaking out and I liked how Wes was reassuring them that the police knew nothing. I also liked that Laurel told them that if any of them went to the police trying to get a lesser charge that the rest of them would pin the murder on that person.
  • I liked how Wes told Annalise that Conner and Michaela were freaking out and scared and that he got why and that he thought it would help if they knew that Annalise knew what happened that night. Annalise on the other hand thought it was better that they knew as little as possible about involvement.
  • I liked that Annalise wasted no time in making her case of Sam being a murderer and that she just kept going ahead with her case.
  • I wasn't surprised at all that Wes did a good job while being questioned by the investigators but I was a bit surprised that he told them that Rebecca was his girlfriend but I suppose admitting to something slightly suspicious would help them in trusting him a bit more.
  • I liked that Annalise apologized to Rebecca for not going to the police about her suspiciousness about Sam earlier because she knew if she had the charges against Rebecca would have already been dropped and I like that Annalise promised to do everything she can to get the charges dropped before the case went to trial.
  • I liked that Rebecca expected that Annalise knew something because she apologized and she never does that but also because Wes isn't freaking out which is causing Rebecca to freak out a bit which is something I could understand.
  • I liked how Asher was worried that he might be a suspect despite the fact that he's the one that knows the least of anyone which makes the whole thing a bit funny.
  • I like that Laurel isn't getting back together with Frank because I really didn't like that relationship.
  • I like that Conner was able to get Oliver to help with the case even though they're still not on good terms with each other. I liked how Oliver was trying to talk to Conner about his supposed drug use and I liked that Conner was trying to talk to Oliver about that guy he was dating while they were apart and I like that neither really got anywhere in that conversation.
  • I liked how Asher wanted to talk to Bonnie about what happened the night before but Bonnie just wasn't interested.
  • I liked that Conner referenced Crime and Punishment when he was freaking out yet again about how they're all going to end up going to jail and should enjoy their last days of freedom.
  • I liked that Rebecca made a break in her own case by mentioning the time that Lila asked her about a clinic.
  • I'm glad that Nate asked Annalise if she had anything to do with Sam going missing because anyone smart would've asked that question although I did think he let things drop pretty fast but I feel that's understandable both because Annalise is a good liar and because he cares for her and doesn't want to think the worst of her.
  • I liked how Laurel mentioned in her questioning with investigators that Sam looked at her in a sexual manner and I liked that she acted like she was really afraid that Annalise might find out about what she said.
  • I liked how Laurel was telling Frank that she had doubts in Annalise because that was a way to throw suspicious off herself but also try to get a feel of how much Frank knew about what was going on.
  • I liked how Conner was convincing Michaela that they should tell the police what happened that night with Sam because their part in the events were defendable and I liked that Michaela wasn't all that sure about how things would work out if they came forward but she was definitely considering what he was saying.
  • I liked that Bonnie offered to be there for Annalise if she needed anyone to talk to about things.
  • I find Frank to be a very suspicious character because Annalise trusts him not to tell anyone about the murder and because Frank doesn't seem all that phased by the news of the murder.
  • I liked that Asher was completely honest about everything he told the police about what happened and I like that the reason he told them about Bonnie was because he didn't want the police to think he was hiding something. I felt a bit bad for Asher when she told him that nothing will ever happen between them again.
  • I liked that although Michaela was clearly nervous during her questioning with the investigators she was able to make up a lie about why Conner's car was in the driveway of the Keating house on the fly.
  • I like that after Michaela said that she would go along with Conner's plan to come forward that he said that they also need to get Laurel on their side if they want things to work.
  • I liked that after Laurel figured out that Frank knew she also figured out that Annalise must also know and I liked that she went to Wes to ask him about it.
  • I'm glad that Annalise was able to get the charges against Rebecca dropped and I liked how she threw back the opposing council's line about be careful who you show your crazy to back in her face by saying some people call it crazy I call it winning.
  • I liked the way that Wes and Rebecca just kept smiling at each other after they knew that her named has been cleared.
  • I felt bad for Annalise when those women were saying that she's so cold hearted she must not even be human and I liked that Annalise just walked out and said nothing to either of them about what they all knew she heard, I liked that she shut them up with her mere presence.
  • I liked how Conner told Michaela that if Aiden dumps her it only means that there is someone better out there for her.
  • I liked that it turned out that Laurel had told Wes who told Annalise that Conner and Michaela were going to go to the police about what they know. I liked how Annalise told them that she was going to make sure that they'll get away with this but that they have to trust her.
  • I liked how Annalise more or less made the exam about finding away for them to get away with murder.
  • I liked that Rebecca bought a tree for her and Wes because she thinks they have quite a bit to celebrate.
  • I was surprised that Conner held things together so well while he was talking to the investigators but I guess knowing that they have Annalise on their side makes him a bit more confident.
  • I worry about how big of a problem Sam's sister is going to be now that she has shown up not believing her brother's a murderer.
Please tell me your thoughts on this episode.

Sunday, November 8, 2015

TV Review: Teen Wolf: Strange Frequencies(5.07)

                                            Teen Wolf: Strange Frequencies(5.07)Review
  • I don't think I buy Theo's story that he was at the school the night Donovan was killed because well I don't trust any thing Theo says and we already know that he sent Donovan after Stiles so that explains how he knows that Stiles killed him and if he was there wouldn't he have seen Parrish take the body.
  • I like that when Theo was saying that he killed the chimera in self defense that Stiles didn't seem entirely convinced of that since Theo easily could have knocked out the chimera rather than kill him and I'm glad that Stiles sees that as well.
  • I really didn't think that Theo's idea to take the body was a good idea because I thought someone would catch them smuggling the body out of the hospital but it turns out that wasn't an issue so I was worried for nothing there.
  • I was sad at how when Theo told Stiles that he wouldn't make him lie to his dad that Stiles said that he has plenty of practice at that because the lies that Stiles tells his father is something that has put a strain on their relationship many times.
  • I liked that the only reason that Stiles agreed with Theo's plan to take the body was because he wanted to figure out who was taking the bodies.
  • I liked that Hayden's reaction to Liam showing her his werewolf face was for her to punch him and then drive away.
  • I was really worried for Hayden when the dread doctors came after her and locked her in her car. I was glad that Liam got to Hayden in time to save her and that the two of them ran away holding hands.
  • I was a bit surprised that Stiles was actually okay with leaving Theo in charge of watching the chimera's body all by himself.
  • I liked that Liam took Hayden over to Scott's house and then called Scott to have him explain to Hayden what was going on with her. I liked that Scott did his best to reassure about what was going on with her and that he was okay with her not being able to believe what he has to say but that he just wants to have this conversation face to face although it turns out that she already believes it. I still enjoy seeing Scott being caring and reassuring with her.
  • I liked how Noshiko surprised Kira with a training session because she could tell that Kira was having problems with her fox and Noshiko wanted Kira to show her fox to see how bad the problems were. It seems that the problems are worse than Noshiko was expecting.
  • I liked how Mason figured out that Corey was a chimera because Corey was looking up a book on miracle healing.
  • I liked how Scott came up with the plan to keep Hayden guarded at the school that night because it's the place in town with the second highest frequency in Beacon Hills and that they planned to manipulate those frequencies to find away to not only protect Hayden from the dread doctors but also figure out away to capture one of them so they can figure out what their up to.
  • I liked that Scott still tried to treat Kira the same that he's always had despite her powers going out of control but I also like the Kira recognized that something weird is going on with her and that the last time the dread doctors were around she ended up being used by them so she thinks it's best that she sits this one out.
  • I kind of like that the dread doctors are keeping things from Theo just because I like it when things don't go Theo's way.
  • I liked that Stiles figured out that the body won't be taken when someone is standing guard over it so he came up with the idea to set up a camera so that they could watch the body from a distance.
  • I like that Noshiko is trying to help Kira find the balance between herself and her fox again.
  • I liked how Melissa told the Sheriff that she couldn't give him the files he was looking for but that she could go and show him how her key card works, I just find these two really cute together and I like how Melissa found a way to bend the rules.
  • I liked that when Theo asked Stiles if the reason why he's there is because he will never trust him and I liked that Stiles confirmed that he will never trust him.
  • I was a bit surprised when Theo told Stiles that he reminded him of his sister because Stiles is a smart pain in the ass that looks out for Scott in the way that his sister looked out for him.  
  • Finding out that Theo not only let his sister die but that he actually stood there and watch her die slow from hypothermia just proves that he is indeed pure evil.
  • I liked how the Sheriff said that he hopes that Donovan is still alive because even though he threatened to kill him because he understands that he still is just a kid and a victim of circumstance.
  • I liked that Melissa figured out that all the people who were turned into chimera's had already gotten some kind of organ or tissue from another person so they already had two different set of DNA in them and are already a sort of chimera.
  • I liked that Liam reassured Hayden that she would learn control a eventually and that Hayden pointed out that she's different from Liam because she's someone science experiment. I liked that when Hayden asked Liam what she is that Liam said that she's Hayden, I find the two of them very sweet together.
  • I liked Stiles and Theo's discussion about wendigo's and how the myth said it was punishment for feeding on human flesh and Theo found it judgmental and that Stiles just says he didn't make it up. I also liked the reference to the Donner Party because that's right up there with the French Revolution with historical events that I like to have referenced.
  • I liked that the conversation moved onto what the punishment for killing a chimera would by and I liked that the first answer Stiles gave was spend five hours with Theo Raken. I was sad when Stiles serious answer to that question was that he would loose Scott because their friendship is too important to end over something like this and it wouldn't end if Stiles would just tell him the truth about how things went down. Scott would understand that Stiles didn't mean to kill anyone and that it was self defense.
  • I wonder where Kira went off to and why the acupuncture needles wrote out the number 115 because I don't know or can't remember what that's in reference to.
  • I liked how Hayden was leaning her head against Liam's shoulder.
  • I really disliked how Parrish hallucinated about making out with Lydia and her taking her shirt off on top of that. I also found it extra creepy how Lydia turned into a burnt corpse in the hallucination as well.
  • I felt bad for Malia when she hallucinated being held down by traps and an arrow to her throat when the dread doctors arrived.
  • I felt bad for Hayden when she realized that she is sort of bait but I don't think that Scott was wrong to come up with this plan because no matter what Hayden was in danger from the dread doctors and Scott's right that they need to find out a way to stop the dread doctors since people are dying and they have know idea how to stop it so them using Hayden as a way to gain some control of the situation is really the only option that they had.
  • I found Lydia hallucinating Tracy pulling out her tongue and spiting out blood to be creepy.
  • I liked how when Theo said that Scott turning his back on Stiles goes against what being a true alpha means and I liked how Stiles argued that is exactly what being a true alpha means which is not being willing to put up with a murderer.
  • I liked how when Theo asked if Stiles heard of justifiable homicide that Stiles says you did not just ask a cop's son that?
  • I liked that how when Theo tried to prove his point that it wasn't wrong that to kill the chimeras by showing Stiles that his eyes were still yellow that Stiles instead says that the reason his eyes didn't change is because he doesn't feel guilty about it. I really enjoyed their conversation about ethics of their kills and I especially liked that Stiles refused to agree with Theo's justifications.
  • I think that Stiles saying he felt good when he first realized that Donovan was dead has more to do with him feeling relieved that his life isn't in danger anymore than him actually enjoying killing someone because we've just seen way too much guilty from him starting pretty much just after he killed Donovan. I'm also worried that Theo is so happy to hear Stiles say this.
  • I liked that Theo was knocked out by Parrish but I didn't like the same happening to Stiles and I was a bit worried about his health but he seemed to be okay at the end of the episode.
  • I'm really worried about Liam and Hayden since they were taken by the dread doctors at the end of the episode.
  • I liked how it was unclear for quite a bit that Scott was hallucinating that Kira was trying to kill him and I liked that Mason was the one that pulled him out of the hallucination.
  • I'm worried about the body that Melissa found in her kitchen at the end of the episode that seemed to be killed by Kira's sword.
Please tell me your thoughts on this episode.

TV Review: Revenge: Kindred(4.14)

                                                      Revenge: Kindred(4.14)Review
  • I liked how Emily and Nolan caught up with each other at the beginning of the episode and I liked that Emily was surprised that Nolan got married and I still find it weird that Nolan didn't find out that Emily was kidnapped until after she was safe again.
  • I liked that Jack shied away from the media attention after being given an award for his part in rescuing Emily and Victoria.
  • I liked that Victoria is trying to get Margaux to let go of her vendetta against Emily because she knows that Emily is going to be the one who wins this.
  • I like Victoria is trying to redeem Daniel's memory by creating a charity in his name I just think that's a much healthier way to deal with her loss than to seek revenge.
  • I felt bad for Louise when her brother gave her papers that made it look like she was the one that killed her father.
  • I thought it was petty of Margaux to release an article that claimed that Emily and her father was romantically involved.
  • I liked that we got see Victoria in her element with how she showed how much influence that she has over the other women that live in the Hamptons.
  • I liked that when Louise told Nolan that she thinks that she killed her father that Nolan told her that he believed that there was more to the story than she knows and that he still believes that she's a good person.
  • I liked that Emily confronted Margaux about the article and basically told her that she didn't want to mess with her.
  • I liked that we learned that Emily has been Emily Thorne for eleven years and I like that Emily is having doubts about letting go of that identity and living as Amanda Clarke again. I also like that Jack's partner Ben seemed understanding of Emily despite barely knowing her.
  • I liked how Victoria and Natalie kept playing each other with of both of them trying to take control of the other Hampton ladies it was just very fun to watch them both play this game so well.
  • I liked how Emily used her revenge training in order to help Louise unlock her suppressed childhood memories.
  • I liked that when Louise disappeared and checked herself into a mental ward that Emily went to find her and convince her to come back.
  • I liked how Victoria basically blackmailed the other ladies into investing in her charity and supporting her naming it after Daniel as well.
  • I liked that Emily went undercover in order to get Louise out because I missed seeing Emily do that since she hadn't done that in awhile.
  • I liked that Emily showed Louise that Nolan found evidence that Louise isn't the one  that killed her father and I liked how Louise was surprised that Nolan had faith in her when she had none in herself and Emily told her that's just who Nolan is.
  • I really loved the conversation that Jack and Margaux shared where Jack told Margaux how being a parent changes what's important for you with how your child always have to come first.
  • I liked how Louise stood up for herself against her mother and was finally able to find out both the truth about her father's death which was that her mother killed him and that she was finally free of her family's influence.
  • I liked how Emily shared a dance with her father and she told her father that she was happy with her life the way things are and that she's not ready to be Amanda Clarke again.
  • I was curious about who else could have possibly died in Victoria's family when she got that call at the end of the episode.
  • I don't like that Margaux is considering using the video of Jack admitting he killed an FBI agent to hurt Emily since Jack as never done anything to hurt her.
  • I don't really like how Emily hooked up with Ben at the end of the episode but I also found it random how Jack all of the sudden wanted to be with Emily after not showing any interest in her for so long.
Please tell me your thoughts on this episode.

TV Review: Scream: Exposed(1.05)

                                                   Scream: Exposed(1.05)Review
  • I felt really bad for Emma when she had to go back to school after everyone saw the video of her first time.
  • I liked the exchange between Emma and Audrey where Audrey tells Emma that she knows what it's like to be in this position.
  • I was glad to hear that Will was actually unaware that him and Emma were being filmed.
  • I like that someone new is being brought into take over the investigation since the Sheriff has screwed up quite a bit already.
  • I liked how Brooke got mad at the girl who tired to sit in Riley's seat.
  • I liked how Noah told Emma that he was really sorry that he accidently leaked the video of Emma and I liked that she forgave him since she knows it was an accident.
  • I liked that Kieran didn't actually watch the video but I still don't know how I feel about his relationship with Emma because he still seems suspicious.
  • I liked that Emma wants to just let the police deal with things because she feels like that she just can't win with the killer.
  • I liked how Emma told Audrey that Rachel deserved to be remembered like the rest of those who have been killed and Audrey told her that she deserved a life.
  • I found it a bit surprising that Rachel's parents think that Audrey made her do things that she wouldn't normally do but I think Emma's right in thinking that's just the way her parents can justify their daughter liking a girl.
  • I liked how after Emma got a message from the killer and it broke her train of thought that Noah took over her speech about Riley.
  • I was sad that Emma felt unable to tell the police everything she knows because she fears what the killer will do. Although I do like that Emma told her mom that not being able to tell her certain things goes both ways.
  • I like that Brooke feels unable to keep secrets from Emma and she tells Emma that Will only asked her out originally because Nina bet him that he couldn't get her to sleep with him.
  • I liked that although Emma is clearly mad at Brooke for keeping that secret for so long she also isn't going to end their friendship over it.
  • I liked how Noah mentioned that Mr. Branson is the only teacher that still lets him talk during class.
  • I find it suspicious that the link in the message chain for the video is the same link that is used for Mr. Branson's English class.
  • I like that Noah wanted Mr. Branson wants to just be Nina's innocent pawn and I like that Audrey thinks that they were in on it together.
  • I like that after seeing Emma crying that Piper did her best to comfort her by listening to her and understanding where she's coming from.
  •  I liked that we learn that Piper's father was murdered and that she believes that the police never really tried to solve his murder and she's been asking questions ever since then.
  • I liked that when Emma told Will off for their relationship being based off a bet that she mentioned that the worse part was that he never told her while they were together and that she told him that they aren't anything to each other anymore and she doesn't want to talk to him anymore.
  • I find it very worrisome that Brooke's dad hide her mother being put in rehab and that she can't talk to her for two whole months.
  • I liked that Jake took Brooke's side over Will when it came to telling Emma the truth about the bet.
  • I liked how Audrey easily took down Will in the middle of the self defense class and embarrassed him on Emma's behalf.
  • The fact that Nina, Tyler and Riley were all the ones that had access to Mr. Branson's computer and they all died seems very suspicious.
  • I find it very worrisome that there's a video that looks like Brooke's father killed someone who could very well be his mother and I also find it worrisome that Jake and Will have seen that video and haven't thought to show it to anyone.
  • I'm worried about Will since it seems like Brooke's father believes Will is behind the blackmailing scheme and he seems likely to kill to keep his secret.
  • I find it a bit creepy that Brooke's father has hidden camera's all over his house.
  • I liked that the new investigator after seeing what was on Nina's laptop said no wonder someone killed this girl.
  • I find it weird that Emma and Kieran got together in the same episode that their parents get together.
Please tell me your thoughts on this episode.

TV Review: How to Get Away with Murder: Kill Me, Kill Me, Kill Me(1.09)

                How to Get Away with Murder: Kill Me, Kill Me, Kill Me(1.09)Review
  • This episode takes place on the night of the murder so there's a lot of scenes that we've already seen mixed with new ones but I still found this episode really interesting since we get see all the pieces get put together in order here which was really great to see.
  • I'm really glad that Keating has finally seen what kind of person Sam really is and that she's completely disgusted by him and wants nothing to do with him.
  • I liked how Keating said that she believes anyone is capable of murder if given the right circumstances.
  • I thought that both Keating and Sam were really cruel to each other in their fight with each other and I find it worrisome that Keating pretty much dared Sam to kill her at one point.
  • I liked how Wes revealed to Conner and Laurel that Sam is Lila's killer and that Rebecca is trying to find proof of that and I liked that Laurel took what he said seriously while Conner thought of the whole thing as a joke, I just enjoyed seeing the contrasting reactions.
  • I felt a bit bad for Michaela when she came over to house to give Keating the trophy because I knew that she was going to get involved later that night.
  • I liked that right before Rebecca ran from Sam that she told Michaela to call Wes so that he could explain what's going on.
  • I really felt for Michaela when Sam just started trying to attack Rebecca out of nowhere because she really had no clue what was going on and her finding out that Sam's a killer while she is in the house with just him and Rebecca must have been terrifying.
  • I liked how Rebecca made sure that she got all the information off of Sam's laptop even while he was trying to kill her.
  • I liked how Wes made sure that he put himself between Sam and Rebecca to keep her save from him.
  • I think that it was a pretty dumb move on Sam's part to attack Rebecca in front of Wes, Michaela, Laurel and Conner because even if he succeed in killing her or just taking away her flash drive he still has four witnesses saying he attacked and/or killed her.
  • I did liked that everyone went to everyone else's defense once Sam had attacked Rebecca.
  • I liked that Michaela had ended up pushing Sam over the railing in order to protect Laurel.
  • I find it interesting that the group initially believed that Sam was dead from falling and that Michaela had wanted to call an ambulance for him but pretty everyone else wanted to just leave him there and pretend that he fell because he had been drinking.
  • I was surprised that Sam turned out to alive after the fall and the first thing he did when he got up was to try and kill Rebecca and I'm glad that Wes defended her even if it was by killing Sam because Sam really did deserve to die.
  • I liked how Conner puked right after the murder had been committed.
  • I liked that Wes and Rebecca shared a strangely sweet and romantic scene with each other after he had cleaned the blood off of her.
  • I liked how Rebecca couldn't stand the thought that Wes might go to jail for defending her and that she's willing to lie to protect him and I like that he won't let her.
  • I liked that Wes apologized to Sam's body because it shows that he feels remorse for what he has done.
  • I liked how Laurel prevented Michaela from calling Aiden in order to make sure that Michaela didn't get them caught by placing herself at the house by making the call.
  • I liked how Asher made sure that Bonnie wasn't so drunk that he would be taking advantage of her.
  • I'm curious if them not being able to put Sam's body parts in an incinerator will end up coming back to haunt them later on or not.
  • I find it interesting that Michaela was willing to sign the pre-nub and I wonder if it's because she's lost the her ring.
  • I wonder how Conner's lie to Oliver about being a drug addict is going to work out for him although I'm sure it will work out better for him than telling him the truth would have.
  • I was surprised to learn that Keating knew that Wes had killed Sam and that she was okay with it and that pretty much everything after the first scene was her establishing an alibi.
Please tell me your thoughts on this episode.