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.
This week's episode really filled its plate with some heaping helpings of crazy.
To spend a whole hour with characters we barely know felt cheap. I feel like I didn’t get to see OUAT this week.
I was recently over at Emily Thorne's house and while she was in the kitchen, I noticed her laptop was open and her Amazon profile page was up. Naturally, I couldn't help myself, so I took screen shots of her recent orders.
Have patience, I’m jumping ahead and I’m sort of lost, but it seems like Scandal is as crazy as ever.
This week on OUAT: Snow acted a fool and Mr. Gold said what every fan has been dying to hear, while I yearned for a Regina/Emma coupling.
Watson learns more tricks of the trade, and was this week’s mystery a fair one?