I dont see her relationshhip with Aiden going far. I also wish she would show Nolan more appreciation for all that he's done and continues to do. I had no idea that Victoria had such an awful childhood! It explains so much about her. And what will happen now that Daniel has found Nolan's old boyfriend who seems out for some revenge of his own!
I liked seeing the back stories last night and I hope we'll see more -- not every week, but occasionally. It helps flesh out the characters for me to get a glimpse of their pasts. It's one of the things I enjoyed most about Lost.
It was great to see Adrienne Barbeau again, too. Aside from Carol on Maude, she was the original Betty Rizzo in Grease on Broadway.
So, Victoria was charged (but not found guilty) of murder as a teenager yet she didn't like that Emily had been in juvie? Interesting. Pot. Kettle.
I love Nolan and I love the scenes with him and Emily, yet we are being deprived of them. :(
Anyone else wondering if Nolan's new employee gal of late, and the guy from his past are connected?
That was about the only interesting thought I had from this episode. Have to agree with those who have said that so far, season 2 hasn't been as good. Hopefully this last episode will be the end of setting things up and we can get into full speed ahead mode and start having some episodes that involve more of the twists and shocks like we had last season
Two days later and nobody has even bothered to comment. This show has really gone down the toilet and I absolutely LOVED it last season.
I have to rewatch the last few episodes, because I'm thoroughly confused by the story at this point.
Once a show starts using nameless, faceless, all-powerful "Initiatives" as the villains, I start rolling my eyes and tuning out.
The initiative kind of takes the gloss off the Graysons villainy in Emily's revenge! Here she had this evil family yo go after, and now we see that there is someone above them--who is Emily to go after?
I hope Nolan's plan works and that Jack keeps himself from getting killed! Maybe it was his hand we saw at the beginning of the season, in the sunken ship.
I'm not sure what to think about this episode. I'm VERY worried about Jack and Declan with those scumbags that "helped" bring the bar back. I still do not like Ashley & Amanda. I knew Ashley slept with Conrad. Just had that feeling.