Since this is going to be on my mind all summer anyway, please join me in nitpicking to our heart’s content the many dropped storylines and abandoned story devices OUAT has left to dangle in the wind.
Together, "The Woman" and "Heroine" basically served as a standalone movie.
I had a lot of feelings about "Truth." A lot of weird gray feelings.
Were you entertained? Intrigued? Are you angry that the next episode is so far away, or will it give you time to recover OR are you swearing this show off for good? Let’s discuss.
How will True Blood fare without Alan Ball? Will we spend another season in the Authority's underground parking structure of an HQ? Let's try to glean some answers, shall we?
All in all, a slightly interesting case of the week. But I'm excited for next week, and that’s the main point of an episode before a finale, isn’t it?
It occurred to me to just enter “F-ck You OUAT” 600 times as the review for this, but to be fair, “Second Star to the Right” was entertaining.
What was with all the never-heard-of-them-before devices that popped up this episode?! I don’t even have time to get angry at what everybody was wearing, that's how jacked the plot was.
All considered, this was a solid episode with some nice emotional speeches for the featured extras, a great moment for JLM, and another nice little vignette where he tried to get his sponsor to climb into the back of the…
Last week, Amazon posted eight comedy pilots online to be judged by the masses. And since one of them was created by three TV.com writers, we asked the them to tell us a little more about how this thing came to be.
This was just a kooky, questionable, off-beat episode that reaffirmed OUAT’s dedication to its fans, in the sense that any first-time viewer would have collapsed from an aneurysm three minutes in.
In this Sunday's episode, she'll be taking quite a turn as the dark and vaguely trampy Lacey after Regina rewires her memory.
Seeing all the events of Season 2 presented as a chain of causative events did not do the show any favors.
After Elementary's long hiatus, watching a blizzard episode in April was a bit disorienting. But "Snow Angels" was still an enjoyable (if chilly) return to form.