Congratulations to Quinn on her first day in B613! In other news, Maya gnaws her way out of her cell and to Olivia’s side. Olivia does what Olivia does, dramatically breaking away and running back to Fitz. Cyrus and Mellie plot to reveal Daniel Douglas’s sexuality with lovely consequences. Josie Marcus makes the worst decision of her career, but at least we still have Jake.
That is all.
That is it.
My update on this blog. My suffering and ignored OTP from that damn show named The Vampire Diaries FINALLY were given a sex scene, and it was three seasons in the making.
I haven’t actually watched the scene yet, but I’m seeing gifs of it, and it looks freaking hot!
Bonnie’s outfit is too cute in this opening scene. Her excitement wrt this message to Abby is….strange. But okay. The writers act like they wrote their way into this stage of their relationship.
“Guys, say hi to my mom!” Okay.
THEY’RE MAKING OUT IN PUBLIC! They would tho ;____;.
“This hair, by the way. Kinda hot.”-Jeremy to Bonnie ;___;. And one of her foot’s on top of one of his.
This scene between Bonnie and the dead old lady is kind of nice.
Jeremy: “I’m gonna need you to come with me.”
Bonnie: “Where are we going?”
Jeremy: “To…register for classes.”
Not into Bonnie not being a witch anymore because that’s dumb as hell, but Jeremy’s “Step away from the candles” is hot.
Jeremy just found out Bon is the anchor and has to suffer every time a supernatural dies, so you KNOW he’s gonna make her feel good tonight! Elena and Caroline ended up sleeping in a parking lot the next two days, bet.
We didn’t get to see them without pants, but it was still perfect. Still hot. Still very Bonnie and Jeremy.
In this episode, Olivia deals with the idea that her father and Fitz killed her mother while she assists Josie in her presidential campaign. While Olivia remembers her mother and muses on her inability to be normal, Jake continues to be the ever supportive eye candy we all adore. Rowan shows more compassion for Olivia when she begs than the supposed love of her life does. Huck has not a second for Quinn who then decides to risk her life by befriending the next assassin she sees. She very well may die. On another bright note, Harrison finally has a storyline of his own.
In Sleepy Hollow’s return episode, Ichabod is kidnapped by the Freemasons and given the chance to get rid of the Horseman once and for all. The only catch is that he has to take himself out in the process. Along the way we’re given a weak reason for why Ichabod is connected to the Horseman (the first reason worked better); Cana doesn’t understand Abbie’s assertion that Death is the embodiment of sin, and we both figure that the Sin Eater has got to have the most disgusting and unfortunate power ever.
Just me thinking back to the beginning of this blog, all the shows I’ve covered, all the emotions I’ve gone through, and all the guests and co-hosts I’ve had!
A big thank you to everyone, past and present, who helped make this happen!
I ridiculously did not give a shout-out to my most avid commenters on this blog. This was back during the TVD days, but a huge shout-out to Kathryn and Emily!!!!
Olivia gets a new client and does her best, which leads to her getting fired. This inexplicably leads to her drinking on her floor as if she’s never been dealt a blow from a client before. Liv is also pulled under and back into her rollercoaster situation with Fitz because she has too many enablers in her life. This time around, it’s Mellie gasing her head up about how much Fitz needs her. The Associates head to Montana in a race with the White House to keep their new client’s past a secret from the public; Abby and David continue to have a storyline, and Huck and Jake find information that will most likely lead to Olitz taking their usual 6 steps back after taking 1 step forward.