Sunday, February 26, 2012

Fringe "The End Of All Things"

Friday's episode of Fringe, "The End Of All Things" was the winter finale and it sure was an eye opening episode.

Question were answered such as just who the Observers are, which Nina was the shape shifter and what is going on with Peter and Olivia. But in true Fringe style, we were left with more questions than answers.

Here is the rundown on this series in my opinion. This series is a classy, first rate series and you have to be a dedicated fan and viewer. Missing just one episode of this series is a big no!!! You can't or you will be totally lost. So if you want to start watching Fringe, rent all of the previous seasons, and watch them in order. Netflix has them all as does Blockbuster. It will be a truly worthy journey.

Here is a slideshow I made from the screen caps that I made from this fantastic episode.

Monday, February 6, 2012

Grimm Season 1 Episode 10

Loved this episode of Grimm. I like the fact that the writers are using the character of Juliet more. This is important because IMHO, I think that Nick should tell her all about himself and just what is going on.

OMG, I loved the scene with Nick and Monroe eating dinner at Monroe's house and Nick suggesting to Moroe that he show just what he is to Juliet. I thought that Monroe was going to choke on his dinner. I think Nick is on the right path with this but I do think that Juliet needs to be eased into all of this or she will go running for her life.

I am still so curios as to where Captain Renard is going to fit in all of this. Will he be a friend or foe? He is a reaper after all and Nick still is not aware of this.

Love this series and it just gets better with each episode.

Slideshow is from the screen caps that i made. Enjoy!

Blue Bloods "The Job"

Once again Blue Bloods blew me away with this stellar episode and the stellar performances by the cast.

We have on one hand Danny and his family being shot at after Danny hits a man who is running from somebody else. The bullets came way to close for my blood and i don't blame Linda one bit for getting upset. It missed their children by only a few inches. Danny was hell bent on getting the person responsible for this which he did. He gave Linda his badge and told her he would quit if that's what she really wants and that her and their marriage are what really matters to him, not the job. Of course, Linda being the supportive wife that she is, will not hear about it.

Then the storyline that really got to me was about Franks former partner Joe McKenna who was dying as a result of 9/11. Joe and Frank were in the north tower saving lives when the south tower collapses. As a result, Joe lay dying in a hospital when Frank goes to visit him. Shaken to his very core he says goodbye to his former partner and friend. The eulogy that Frank gave at Joe's funeral was touching and heartbreaking. Then to make matters worse, they showed Frank at ground zero. I was hysterical at that point because it brought all those horrific memories of that day front and center. I will never forget where I was when I heard about the first pane hitting.