Moira??? questa si che è una botta tremenda!! quando tutto sembrava portare al tema family, esce fuori sto colpaccione di scena totalmente inaspettato!! anche se il flashback cosi atipico avrebbe dovuto farmi venire qualche sospetto...
la caccia a Roy non mi ha detto molto, anche se ha portato all'addio di Sarah, per l'immensa felicità di Oliver che invece stava facendo sul serio...
comunque ottima giocata, l'han piazzato in maniera davvero ottima!
mi stavo dimenticando di commentare! ne Amy ne il cattivo hanno inciso molto, però il racconto che lei fa di Phil è stato tenerissimo... e ha aumentato esponenzialmente la tenerosità di FitzSimmons ... "cosa c'è nella scatola? - Simmons!" aaaaaaaaaaawwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww... se magari ti dai anche una mossa prima che Triplett so faccia definitivamente avanti magari è meglio!
perfetta tutta la parte tra Skye e Ward: ottima tensione, ottima interpretazione, ottimo tutto! peccato solo mi abbiano già fatto fuori Eric, era troppo simpatico! Ward cattivo sta rendendo sempre meglio, davvero uno splendido turn!
May che si fa venire a prendere dalla mamma, geniale!! e ora va a parlare con Maria!
PRE-FINALE EPISODES | "We spent the first chunk of the season establishing 'big S.H.I.E.L.D.,' with helicarriers and bases all over the world," notes exec producer Maurissa Tancharoen. But as touched on in the first post-Winter Soldier episodes, "That's stripped away, so we're taking our team on a journey of discovering what their purpose now is. We're putting them through the wringer, and that's only just begun." Entering sweeps, Ward has commandeered the Bus -- with Skye on board, privately aware of his Hydra agenda -- while May is out to find ex-agent Maria Hill (played by Cobie Smulders, returning April 29), who last was seen on the big screen seeking employ with Tony Stark. "[Hill] is an example of a different way to deal with [the shutdown] - and that may be at odds with how Coulson's dealing with it," says Whedon. As such, expect "conversations full of conflict" when the two reunite. Says Tancharoen with a laugh, "Phil is ready to speak his mind to quite a few people at this point!" MAY 13 SEASON FINALE | The EPs sum up the season ender as "too big," to the point that, they joke (?), it's been a struggle to produce. Tancharoen elaborates slightly: "We'll put some of the things that we've built over the course of this season to bed, as well as tee up mysteries for Season 2." As for an encore spoiled by a certain Marvel-verse actor (Samuel L. Jackson, alias Nick Fury), Whedon playfully hedges, "We don't know anything about that!"
PRE-FINALE EPISODES | A new character, dubbed Trubel (as in "Trouble"), arrives in Portland on April 25, and as you may have inferred from NBC promos, she's a Grimm. Expect to see Trubel kick ass "very spectacularly," series co-creator James Kouf says, adding that she won't tie into any existing plot: "She's got her own deal." Meanwhile, Adalind's feelings about motherhood have undergone a sea change since little Diana was taken from her. The Hexenbiest feels "a kind of love that she has never felt before, because she's always been about herself," says co-creator David Greenwalt. "Now, suddenly, there's another very large number in the equation. Certainly she has great motivation for everything she's doing." Finally, look for a return of the series' procedural element, which was put on hold during the height of the Hexenbaby arc. MAY 16 SEASON FINALE | Wedding bells will ring for Monroe and Rosalee in the finale which, true to Grimm fashion, will have an ending that won't be resolved until the fall. "We have doozies of cliffhangers that should be even more exciting than previous years," Greenwalt promises. What to expect, aside from Monrosalee gazing at each other adoringly? Nick in Grimm-hiding sunglasses that may or may not work. "Something kind of like a resurrection" (per Greenwalt). Problems that arise for possibly-about-to-get-engaged couple Nick and Juliette. And at least one character who's "gonna get hurt."
PRE-FINALE EPISODES | Sheldon suffers a loss in the May 1 episode and it's Professor Proton (returning guest star Bob Newhart) to the rescue! "He comes back to help Sheldon deal with that," previews exec producer Steve Molaro of the outing, which also finds Amy and Bernadette collaborating on a "May the 4th Be With You" day gift for the guys. "It's our big Star Wars episode," Molaro declares. "There will be some cool special effects. Industrial Light and Magic helped us out." In the May 8 ep, production on Penny's latest B-movie (which also stars Wil Wheaton) begins, while Raj's romance with Emily hits "a pretty big bump." MAY 15 SEASON FINALE | The pesky engagement issue rears its awkward head again for Penny and Leonard when "they take a serious look at how their lives are going," teases Molaro, who notes that the marital quandary is actually woven through "the last three episodes... It's a big topic." Sheldon, meanwhile, is having a day from hell and "Amy is trying to comfort him, and she's making things worse at the same time." Molaro confirms that the episode ends with a cliffhanger, and we suspect it has something to do with this cryptic tease: "Somebody goes on a departure."
PRE-FINALE EPISODES | Executive producer Andrew Kreisberg says that coming out of the "pretty surprising," Roy-centric episode "Seeing Red," the CW series will throw into "sharp focus what Oliver's mission as the Arrow is: to be a killer, or be a hero? To put down criminals, or save people?" The April 30 episode, "City of Blood," is a "really big Sebastian Blood episode," Kreisberg says, as the politico's "ability to compartmentalize his idealism and his ruthlessness comes to a head." (There's also a confirmed funeral, eep!) The season's penultimate hour, "Streets of Fire," meanwhile "almost plays out in real time, 24-style, over a short span of time... That one really is a roller coaster." As for Slade's endgame, Kreisberg says, "His specific target will come as a big surprise to everyone. You'll have to see how it plays out." MAY 14 SEASON FINALE | Titled "Unthinkable," the sizable season ender required Arrow to return to The Watchmen's sprawling cityscape set -- it's that big. "There may have been a lot of what seemed like detours this season, but it all plays out in the last few episodes," Kreisberg attests. "Hopefully, everyone will see the method to our madness and find the finale to be an exciting culmination of the season, as opposed to just a great episode."
JESS AND NICK PROMISE NOT TO MAKE IT WEIRD WHEN THE GANG GOES ON A CRUISE ON THE SEASON FINALE OF “NEW GIRL” TUESDAY, MAY 6, ON FOX
Kerri Kenney-Silver (“Reno 911”) and Oscar Nunez (“The Office”) Guest-Star
Jess and Nick invite the gang along with them on a cruise they booked while still together as a couple. Coach tries to suppress his fear of boating, Schmidt attempts to win back Cece and Winston tries to mend Jess and Nick’s fractured relationship in the all-new “Cruise” Season Finale episode of NEW GIRL airing Tuesday, May 6 (9:00-9:30 PM ET/PT) on FOX. (NG-323) (TV-14 D, L)
Cast: Zooey Deschanel as Jess; Jake Johnson as Nick; Max Greenfield as Schmidt; Lamorne Morris as Winston; and Hannah Simone as Cece.
Guest Cast: Damon Wayans, Jr. as Coach; Kerri Kenney-Silver as Captain Jan Nortis; Oscar Nunez as Cruise Director Doug