The power of one has no thought by the outside world until the flame has been blown out. The flame flickered ever so often with the thought of being blown out but came back with a vengeance to never be blown out until a greater power tells the flame to be blown out.
Your fire was blown out without even a moment’s notice. The fire you had inspired everyone around you without them even noticing it.…
Anyone who can’t sense the attraction between Dale “Barbie” Barbara and Julia Shumway is crazy. I am just going out on a limb here but I predict in the future that the both of them will hook up and Dale will more than likely tell Julia what he did somewhere down the road but until then, I am going to say that they will hook up sooner or later. I think this might be one of the first shows where they openly have a same sex couple. I LOVE REVOLUTION! I really really hate Alexander Koch’s character (Junior Rennie) the acting is great but he is going to get Barbie into trouble with his father. I wonder what the phrase “Pink stars are falling” when Joe McAlister and Norrie Calvert-Hill said towards the end of the episode. WHAT DOES THAT MAP MEAN? WHAT DOES THAT MEAN STEPHEN KING?
This episode of Ray Donovan was great. Even though there has only been two episodes I think that it was the best one so far, WAY better than the first episode. Throughout this episode you see Jon Voight (Mickey Donovan) with Ray Donovan’s family. I love what Mickey Donovan is doing to Ray’s family, he is implementing himself and planting little seeds in the minds of Ray’s children not so much Ray’s wife Abby Donovan (Paula Malcomson) because in the back of her mind even though she is having a good time she knows this is wrong and she shouldn’t be doing this to Ray. One of the things that attracts me to this show is the mini side plots with the minor characters that Ray Donovan has to deal with on a day-to-day basis. It kind of gets you side tracked but then when the main plot emerges it sucks you right back into it. The writers in this series are doing a great job of making the meetings between Ray and Mickey short but so intense that you can cut a knife through the tension.
I think the title of this episode should be called Frankenstein. In this episode you find out that Dexter was kind of created in a way by James Remar (Harry Morgan) and Charlotte Rampling (Dr. Evelyn Vogel) when Dexter was a child. So, in a way this episode should be called Frankenstein. Throughout this episode I can see Dr. Evelyn Vogel starting to become attracted to Dexter in some way. This might be because she is his sort of creation and has deep affection for him or something I have not thought of which could be a possibility. Dr. Evelyn Vogel at the end of the episode gets a video of the serial killers most recent kill; my thought process when this happened went absolutely crazy because now I want to know who it is!
I just finished up the video game Tomb Raider. I have to say I thought this game was intense as hell. The gameplay was fantastic, and I even thought the story arc was pretty good as well. I thought it was extremely bad ass when you can use a bow and arrow. It’s an old fashioned sniper, I loved it when I would snipe someone from a distance and they would fall to the ground and have an arrow in their head. The scenery was out of a photograph or a painting, it was so majestic that I would get lost in what I was doing at certain parts of the game. SPOILER ALERT! They’re going to make more and I can’t wait for them!