I guess Sally isn’t going to get a good return on that exchange of her soul for the rest of her natural life with the Soup Wiccan. Unless, of course, her natural life is going to be spent rotting, thus fulfilling the assumptions of zombie-ism made by everyone who has learned the truth of Sally’s condition.
There ought to be a corollary to Occam’s Razor such that not only is the simplest answer the truth but that the truth is, inevitably, an easier thing to put out there than to keep creating lies for somebody. I wish I could say that Sally learns this at the cost of her immortal soul, but, come on, this is Sally.
I knew that adding Felicity to the regular line-up was going to be a good time and it was. Her character added some lightness to the heaviness of Diggle and Oliver’s relationship as she tends to poke fun at both of them at times. I hope the writers avoid is the use of her as a tool, either in the story-telling manner or as an object for Oliver’s mission.
What happens when you cross a girl with a Doberman, or a girl with a Doberman and a witch? Well, that was definitely the question on Dean’s mind this week as the boys encountered an unexpected circumstance when they responded to a summons from James, a police officer who worked a case with them once.
Well, thanks for showing up, Show. I’ve been waiting for this sort of performance all season. Also, Belle had a vibrator in her purse.
This week’s Arrow was a cleverly-disguised springboard for a tremendous amount of action on the character-development front. I was initially all excited about the part where Felicity finds a bleeding Oliver in her car, takes him to the lair where she and Diggs patch him up and maybe she becomes part of the team.
Our show began this week rather like something from National Geographic or Animal Planet, as we were given a brief glimpse into the curious behaviors of Domestic Dean, a heretofore unknown creature of some guile and amusement whom it appears is quite adept at interior design and the culinary arts.
When this show remembers it has a new villain to play with, it can be so much fun! Liam returns to mess a little with Josh and Nora’s not-so-happy relationship, threaten Aidan, and generally be fabulous.
There’s something inherently funny about Rumpy vs. The TSA. Rumpy, the guy who is the root cause of all that has been amiss with Storybrooke and Fairy Tale Land, the guy who everyone is afraid of…. still has to take off his shoes at the airport.