That was the stupidest and quite possibly the most sexist, paternalistic crap I’ve seen on television. EVER.
My nightmare has become a reality which is a fitting lead-in into this week’s Being Human. An all-Sally episode. Much weeping and gnashing of teeth ensued.
I hate endings, and leading up to this episode I worried about what was going to happen, who would die (namely, Paul) and how John could be stopped, and would that mean the end of Fades.
Sally remarks that she is still learning about herself, and after 200 years, so is Aidan. I know some clinical psychologists who would love to sit down with all parties involved in this mess.
I’m not sure if Paul is being naïve because he is just 17 and absorbing the power that’s been revealed to him, or if he is honestly formulating a way to break open ascension to free everyone.
Sally continues to recklessly body snatch a woman who is in a loving and committed relationship with a marginally attractive man. Are we supposed to feel okay that Sally’s essentially raping her by forcing her body to have sex with Marginally Attractive Boyfriend? Ick.
Four episodes in and I do not know what to make of this season. The Show seems to be introducing a myriad of characters who flash in and out – did Game of Thrones rub off strong on someone in the offseason?
Rare is it that I watch something on TV and at the end I jump up, fist cocked, screaming, “Yes!”
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.