Legend of the Seeker

Season 2 Episode 22

Tears

13
Aired Saturday 8:00 PM May 22, 2010 on ABC
9.4
out of 10
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192 votes
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Episode Summary

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In order to save the world of the living, Richard finally faces his greatest enemy and Kahlan may have to kill the love of her life.

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  • Not good ending; to a not good series.

    3.0
    Ok, so the whole reason why they never killed and even protected Rahl was because he would tell the Keeper exactly where to go and what to do with the Stone of Tears.

    So Richard just tells literally the biggest secret he knows to a random boy; that could have easily been a baneling -let alone that if he died, he would have told the Keeper?. . .that be some grade A writing right there.



    Not to mention that apparently telling a bunch of monks to just kill a child under the protection of the Seeker -is a better idea than say just warning the Seeker about the child and letting him deal with the mortal Keeper.



    After being hit over the head throughout the season about the prophecy saying he will hand the stone to the bad guys. . .I'm glad to see that did exactly that, while im no tactical genius -I think personally I would have went with the "no one but me touches the damn thing" policy.



    Also apparently no confessor in the history of that world has ever had sex with their 'true love' ever, like ever -else they would have known that 'Love' pwns confessor powers. . .lolmoreless
  • A clever title goes here!

    10
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  • Tears

    10
    Tears was a perfect finale to the second season of Legend of The Seeker. I really enjoyed watching this episode because there was a lot of action and it was cool how all the various groups of characters were all headed towards the same place with different intentions. There was a lot of Magic as well as Mord Sith Action which is always fun. I liked how the story played out. In some ways Declan reminded me of Hope, the daughter of Gabrielle from Xena Warrior Princess. All the major players went through a lot in this episode and in the end every thing played out in a perfect way. I loved the visual effects and the over all quality of the production. I only wish there was more to watch!!!!!!!!!moreless
  • Corny? Hell no, who said romance is dead?

    10
    I really don't want to give any spoilers for those that haven't decided to watch LoTS yet, so i'll be as objective as possible. Season I was magical, Season II was so much more, and now that this is the end i honestly don't know what show to watch. There's nothing quite as exiting in this genre as Legend of the Seeker, so much potential, fantasy and such an incredible actor chemistry, emotions feel somewhat realistic with this bunch. The romance between Keeper and Confessor is legendary, epic. This episode finally shows some optimism regarding that love and it has quite the romantic tendency. But before that, lots of effect, fights, mysteries and an end to an era. IT IS A GREAT ending. Romance is what gives true life to series/movies, normally such an ending would be predictable and quite annoying if it would be other series, but not this one, NO, Legend of the Seeker was meant to end this way, and here's hoping for it's continuation...Cheers!moreless
  • Legend of The Lame Endings.

    4.0
    I have watched this show from the beginning. And yah, there were bumps in the road, and things you had to let slide, but overall it was a decent show.

    What the heck happened to the ending? Nothing makes any sense. It's all just WT*Bleep*. The Whole Last Season Was For Nothing. The Stone of Tears, the thing they had been searching for, for the entire season, and all that had to happen is that Kahlan had to cry on Richard?!? Please tell me they were kidding. And then Richard wakes up from his dream and we can see the real ending to this show. Love conquers all? Give me a break. There have been Seekers and Confessors that were in love since the dawn of time, and yet; A) Love conquers all never worked for them. B) So now your telling me all that Richard and Kahlan having to be apart, and it being dangerous for them, that has been going on since the beginning of the show, all that was a load of hooey? Lame, Lame, LAME! I could have written a better ending to this show while going to the bathroom.

    I wont even go into, "Hey Richard, you see a glittering magical something or other coming at you, you hide, hit the deck, get out of the way..." Nope, I guess that just makes way to much sense. Unlike this last episode, which didn't make any sense.moreless
Emily Foxler

Emily Foxler

Sister Nicci

Guest Star

Katrina Law

Katrina Law

Garen

Guest Star

Alison Bruce

Alison Bruce

Sister Verna

Guest Star

Craig Parker

Craig Parker

Darken Rahl

Recurring Role

Elizabeth Blackmore

Elizabeth Blackmore

Sister Marianna

Recurring Role

W. Morgan Sheppard

W. Morgan Sheppard

Voice of the Keeper

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • The Mor'd Sith Garen (played by Katrina Law) was sent after Zedd when he went to get the Listener from the sisters of the light in the episode "Extinction." She died in that confrontation, but somehow appears (alive) in this episode.

  • QUOTES (1)

    • Cara: So, who's in charge here?
      Garen: I am.
      (Cara backhands Garen to the ground)
      Cara: So who's in charge here?
      Garen: You are.
      Cara: Then let's ride.

  • NOTES (1)

    • Original International Air Dates:
      United Kingdom: June 10, 2010 on Syfy/Syfy HD
      Germany: September 12, 2010 on ProSieben
      Sweden: February 4, 2011 on TV6

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