Watchers, there have been some big revelations in the last few weeks of these shows. Please be aware that there will indeed be SPOILERS.
Sleepy Hollow, Monday 9:00 EST, Fox
I don’t know about you, but I find this show very satisfying on all levels: story, premise, characters, supernatural content, as well as the acting, writing, and look of the sets.
In the last episode viewers (and Ichabod) got the surprising news that he had a son. I’m very curious to see where they go with this plot. It does seem a bit odd that Katrina didn’t give Ichabod the news before he “died,” but it could be she didn’t know until afterward. I imagine we’ll find out more in the next episode.
We also learned the identity of the Horseman. What did you think about the way that part of the story?
I find it interesting that for on the show the Masons, a “secret” organization, are actually fighting evil behind the scenes, giving a whole new meaning to their clandestine nature.
Now that Captain Irving has been “read into” what’s really going on, I am wondering who may be next. Your thoughts?
Some of my favorites scenes from the last few episodes: Ichabod’s voice mail message to Abbie, and Ichabod trying to use the laptop.
Who is your favorite character? Which supernatural creature have you enjoyed the most? Any favorite scenes?
Grimm, Friday 9:00 EST, NBC
Speaking of favorite scenes, mine from the last episode was when the group was sitting around drinking wine, eating, and looking at crime scene photos, discussing what type of creature could have done the damage.
My second favorite scene: Nick and Juliet poring over the books in the trailer, which I am so glad has survived. I hope it stays around for the duration of the show.
What do you think may be the other sound the doctor heard when listening to Adalind’s baby? That was pretty creepy, and I am guessing the cause of it will be, too.
One point I believe we are supposed to get from the show is that Nick is, in fact, a different type of Grimm. He has demonstrated this fact often, but in the third episode from this season, Renard asked Nick if he was, “bothered by having killed someone, or because it was someone non-Wesen.” This is indeed a valid question, even for a Grimm such as Nick.
How are you enjoying the show this year? What have been some of your favorite scenes?
Supernatural, Tuesday 9:00 EST, The CW
I have just watched the mid-season finale, literally, as I write this.
I’m sure I was not alone in suspecting that Ezekiel was up to more than he claimed, but Kevin? I was not expecting that, though it made sense that it would be him Metatron would wish to get rid of first. Of course, most people were probably expecting the name on the note to be Dean, but because of Kevin’s prophet status, it seems he would need to be removed first. How sad, though.
Of course it’s always great to see Cas, and now that he has powers again he at least has a fighting chance. I did enjoy human Cas, but in order for him to really take part in the battle between angels, he needed to be one again.
I know some people are not crazy about the angel storyline, but I find it fascinating, and I have ever since it was introduced in season four. How do you feel about it?
Quote full of foreshadowing: “I always trust you, and I always end up screwed” (Kevin to Dean).
The show returns January 14th, and the preview showed both Cas and Crowley in the episode, which is always great.
I am still a couple of episodes behind on Haven, and a ridiculous number on Once Upon a Time, The Vampire Diaries, and The Originals. At least the breaks they are all taking will give me a chance to catch up.
Lost Girl and Being Human both return on Monday, January 13th, and share the evening with the premiere of Bitten, the show based on Kelley Armstrong’s series.
Until next time, happy viewing!