^ I agree with so much of that (edit: @mattepntr). These last two episodes had some great developments, but in some cases the execution was so poor. I agree about the pacing too. This episode especially was all over the place.
That too. Such a waste of a great character and actor. I was like ''wait, does that shock kill him or doesn't it?.. ok, so it does''. I didn't get it.Jones death scene was too quick and anti-climactic, given how he's been the heavy (we think) for so long. And why the hell did he disintegrate???
We have seen her do telekenisis before though.. I think in this case they will explain how and why she was suddenly able to do that, since they spent so much time wondering about that on the show instead of saying ''Yeah, that's another Cortexiphan thing''. But we'll see.Liv just keeps manifesting new superpowers willy nilly, whenever the show needs her to. They did an OK job explaining how she could cool down Bex Mader when it was called for, but playing Peter like Rock-em Sock-em Robots was entirely out of the blue, and was kind of silly to boot.
Thought the same thing. I think if William had wanted Walter to find him, it could be possible. But it's still a bit of a stretch that he guessed that Walter would find his design on the nanites, go to St. Claire's to research, find the visitor's log, discover William's favourite food on there (did he leave it there on purpose 5 years ago?!), and think to go to that building.Walter's convoluted method of tracking down Belly's whereabouts using the LOLWUT? regenerating lemon cake with pig brain filling was Just. Plain. Nuts. I guess it gets him and Astrid to the Import/ Export building fast, but..........um yeah, it was a bit of a stretch.
Nah, not gonna happen. And I'm gonna feel cheated if it does.I don't believe for a second that Astrid is in danger of dying, especially since her being shot came right on the heels of the miracle regenerating lemon cake scene. Cake or Death?
I'm not ready to say that yet, because I think they've been doing a fairly good job with it so far, not counting this episode. I think they took a huge risk relying such a big part of the story on whether or not Leonard Nimoy would want to return. I think if they had known earlier, they would have explained how he ''died'' in this timeline instead of doing that after revealing he's still alive. To me it seems that most of the season could have worked with Jones as the big mastermind, and they wrote it that way until they decided it was cooler to give that role to William Bell.I don't know, this whole Peterless timeline reset they've been doing all season is coming back to bite them in the ass, because all these big reveals just seem so random. Belly is alive? And (maybe) the bad guy? Was he always like that, or is it just in the Peterless timeline? So the first 3 seasons of the show don't count now? Some things are the same, but a lot of things aren't, and what is or isn't relevant just seems.....random. And I'm finding it hard to care.