It is Lindsay's wedding day. Tru and Davis now know about Jack, and it becomes a full-on competition when Harrison is shot and asks Tru for her help, restarting Lindsay's wedding day. Will Harrison die?
April 29, 2004. That date will go down in history. It was the day that the best episode of Tru Calling EVER aired. I was very surprised with the outcome of this episode, even though I was only nine years old when I saw it for the first time. The ending was extremely sad with Luc. He was freaking hot! Anyway, this was a pretty awesome episode. 10/10.
This was such a good episode! I loved how Harrison was making a joke about him dying! Especially when Tru was yelling at him cuz she was really sad. I loved how when Harrison asked for help he said "Tru, you cant let him win!" Its just so Harrison! Instead of the normal or common "save me!" he says "dont let him win!" The reason why I didnt give this the extra .1 was cuz I hated how they had Luc die! It was so sad and it made me so angry cuz Jack planted him there to get killed just because Tru wouldnt let Harrison die! Atleast Harrison didn't die too or else this would have a score so low from me!
Tru has to save Harrison from a jealoue ex. Jack says this whole thing on how if you save someone who is destined to die then someone else will. Jack is such an a$$ hole. He tried to get Harrison to die and when that didn't work he got Luc killed, probobly to teach Tru a lesson. It was so sad when Luc died, after Tru told him her secret. He said I love you as he was dying. Then Jack gets in the car with Tru's dad. It turns out he and Jack are alike and that's why he had his wife killed. Great way to end the first season.
This episode made me cry and made me angry. Harrison's death was incredibly depressing, even when you know he's going to come back. Eliza's acting was superb while she was crying over Harrison's body telling him to ask.
Luc's death was of course the saddest moment. Normally, when someone is holding a gun at someone else and Tru gets in the way to stop it, she always stops it. They never shoot. To see the bullet actually be released from the gun and kill Luc was one of the most heartwrenching scenes in this show. The blood on Tru's blouse reminded me of Tara's death in [i]Buffy the Vampire Slayer[/i]. Everytime I watch that episode, I hope that the guy won't shoot. I know he will but...I wish Luc asked for help. I really do.
Luc's funeral was very touching. When Harrison said "I owe you my life" I cried even harder.
I loved when Tru saw Jack and confronted him. It was a powerful scene in the series. She told him that the fight was on.
The episode left me in complete astonishment and anger when Jack got into the limo with Tru's father. The fact that her own dad was going to be working against her was just horrible.
I love this episode. I love this show. I wish I could get a rewind day and change FOX's mind on giving it the axe. Especially when things were just starting to pick up...
Yes this was a awesome season finale it kept me wondering what was going to happen and i was wondering why tru's boyfriend didnt ask for help until later on in the episode then whne her brother died he admediately asked her which i thought was crazy because i thought she lost her power at first it kind of got me confused but it didnt after the end and how could Jason Priestly's charecter betray her like that and act like her friend that was crazy too!
This episode was amazing! I was sitting on the edge of my seat the whole time. So many things were revealed at the end and now I'm wishing I could watch the next season as soon as possible. Why was it cancelled???
So now It's good vs. evil, Tru vs. Jack. The Game has begun. Jack warned True that someone else will die if she tries to save Harrison. It was pretty obvious that it was going to be Luc that would be shot towards the end. I almost cried when he died apologizing to Tru for not believing her & then telling her he loves her.
The shocking revalation right at the end during Luc's funeral had me totally speechless. Tru's father used to do what Jack does! He knew about her mother & he knows about Tru! Finally an explanation to why he hired someone to kill her, and would he ever do the same to Tru? Would he really have let Harrison die or was he counting on Tru to save his own son?
This is one kick ass season finale. Possibly the most emotional episode in the series as we finally see the evil and ruthless side to Jack. When Tru prevents Harrison from dying, Jack decides that someone must die in his place. He could have picked anyone... but he didn't just choose anyone, he chose Luc. He made sure Luc died just to teach Tru a lesson. The scene at the end between Tru and Jack at Luc's funeral was excellent. Not to mention the fact that there is a big revelation concerning Tru's father, Richard Davies. Definitely one of the coolest episode of the series.
I’m no fan of Tru Calling, but I don’t think it’s a bad show. I watched the first seven episodes and then I started watching more sporadically because I found the whole basic premise a bit too repetitive for my taste. All in all, I’ve probably watched about eleven episodes of the first season.
Since I didn’t find the show very good to begin with I was quite surprised that the season finale is as good as it is. This episode makes me think that season two could have been a fantastic season. The last few minutes show so much promise and it would have been great to see Tru and Jack fight each other in the next season (and Jason Priestley seems to have great fun playing Jack). I must say that after having watched Two Weddings and a Funeral I’m quite sad to know that there were only a few episodes of season two produced. It could have been a great season.
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