I can’t resist a perfectly timed smolder.
Well, with only one episode to go after this, has Damien finally decided whether or not he’s going to embrace the beast within?
My wish from last episode is coming true.
Just kidding. They don’t kiss.
But I think it’ll be okay as long as Damien doesn’t do what every other show has done recently and kill the gay character off quickly and arbitrarily.
Damn. That, too?
Laughing all the way to the bank.
Well, it’s not an “it was all just a dream” episode.
So we’re moving up in the world.
But unluckily for us, we’re still alive.
I thought it couldn’t get any more catastrophically worse than a mid-season plot-of-the-week episode.
Hell, to beat that, they’d have to pull some kind of “it was all just a dream” episode. Now that’d be embarrassing.
And this is one of the better moments in the episode.
Last episode I said that it’d be a struggle to hang onto Damien, but, given it’s only going to be a short season, I should make it.
Yeah, I don’t know, anymore.
One of the only reasons to keep watching this show. But damn, what a reason.
I don’t know, show. Three episodes in and you’re a still a confused, ill-paced mess.
And after their thankful absence last episode, we’re back to the bizarre character emotional reactions from the pilot.
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