In three seasons, we’ve been from the Enchanted Forest to Wonderland to Neverland to Oz. We’ve also been to Black & White Movie Land and have been up the beanstalk (Heh. UP YOUR BEANSTALK!!!!). Where to next?
They finally got it right! I’ve been wracking my brain for the past 48 hours, trying to determine how best to articulate just what was so right with this week’s episode of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., but in truth, I’m still at a bit of a loss. Was it the action? The character development? Further expansion of the plot? The return of Cobie Smulders’ Agent Maria Hill? Yes, yes, yes, and yes.
Ha! The pendant is the key to destroying Zelena! I CALLED IT! Now, because I’m feeling lazy, here’s my take on “A Curious Thing” in pictures.
I was cataloguing the remaining Starks and realized that I’d forgotten about Rickon again. John then said, “How much attention did you ever pay to Tommen? And now he’s king.”
My name is Amy, and I have a problem. I have become a nervous biter, thanks to Arrow. It’s the pressure, I just can’t take it. I think I will start my own rating system. One damaged finger means good, but I wouldn’t watch it again. Two damaged fingers means it was a good time, three means it was so good I couldn’t take my eyes off the screen, and four, well, grab the Band-Aids. Tonight was a four.
Did anyone else find it a little skeevy that Clark Gregg and Amy Acker were playing love interests after playing father and daughter in this summer’s Much Ado About Nothing? No, just me. Okay then.
Belle appears to be the only person in Storybrooke who knows how to do research. No wonder their library was boarded up for 28 years. NO ONE KNEW WHAT TO DO WITH BOOKS.
We start with a bang, and everyone’s phones being disconnected not the least bit suspicious. … Yeah I’m not shocked that didn’t go well. This entire diner scene is like the opening to a spy thriller or something. And, well, when the first episode of a show has a woman seeing what looks like her twin calmly stepping in front of the train, we should expect nothing less from the cold open of Season Two.
I’m on the fence regarding whether I want Ward to truly be a bad guy or just a double agent. Honestly, I think either choice could be interesting, although having him remain bad for an extended period of time would really mess with the dynamic of Coulson’s team and could make for some fun confrontations later on. Imagine what would happen if Ward and May got into a fight now?