Are the writers so bored and unimaginative and sex starved that all they can think to write about is half-naked teen girls and BRANDING irons? (Yes, Brad Buckner and Eugenie Ross-Leming, I’m looking at you.)
Oh no (said with no enthusiasm, whatsoever). They killed Alaric (make sure you yawn after you complete that sentence). What is the point of killing this man every episode?
Look, I’m all for developing bromantic tension between two male leads. But forcing a love triangle upon them? You’re better than that Dawson’s Creek crap.
“Fruit of the Poisonous” was another episode with priceless moments that demand to be captioned, so let’s get started!
I never, almost never, would proclaim to be a fantastic boyfriend, but C’MON JOSH. Guilting Nora to attend the med school mixer after she 1. discovers she’s a werewolf; 2. kills a centuries-old vampire; and 3. loses her unborn child?
“Succubus. For god’s sake,” I muttered (yes, I mutter in italics). “This is just gonna be an hour of sexy face masquerading as female empowerment. I’m officially declaring the strong female character to be dead.”
This is the weakest episode of the series so far, but I AM a love hating twerp. They never show the most important parts, like cleaning up a puking lover. When your S.O. wipes the corn off your face, gives you a shot of Pepto, and puts you to bed, you know you’ve got something special.
Everyone had issues. But good lord, do they all need to crop up in the same episode in a manner that caused me to leave for 15 minutes, come back, and not really have missed anything? Bonnie has Mommy issues. Caroline has Daddy issues. Elena has Stefan issues. Tyler has Klaus issues. Damon and Alaric […]
I think I’m over Josh. I used to find his squirmy insecurity endearing and sort of hot, but he’s become so emo and sullen that I’m getting impatient with him.