Meghan Markle and Patrick J. Adams are leaving Suits at the end of season 7. With just one last chance to visit their characters, Rachel Zane and Mike Ross, we decided to take some time to look back at their past contributions to the Pearson Hardman/Pearson Darby/Pearson Darby Specter/Pearson Specter/Pearson Specter Litt/Specter Litt universe and share our hopes for their futures. As will probably be obvious to any Suits viewer, these two talented actors and beloved characters will be sorely missed.
Once Upon a Time‘s 150th episode was dedicated to everyone’s favorite Wicked Witch. Zelena comes to terms with her past and realizes that maybe, just maybe, she doesn’t have to run away from the darkness to find some happiness. The episode, directed by Lana Parrilla, was originally the end of Rebecca Mader’s arc for season 7 — prior to the cancellation, which led the showrunners to bring her back for the finale.
Lucy Preston is too good and pure for this world. That’s all I have to say about this episode.
Scandal has had its fair share of bloodshed and torture over the years. B6-13 is known to do the dirty work and make things “disappear”. However, there has been one character who fits the toxic male persona to a tee — Jake Ballard. Ballard is the perfect example of why toxic male insecurity and rage are problems that need to be addressed, and why these men should never be allowed to carry a gun.
It’s okay, Clockblockers. Just cry it out. I’d love to say that I promise it’ll be okay, but all I’ve got for tonight is that I trust these writers and they haven’t steered us wrong before, right? So even though it’s hard to watch our Wyatt being an idiot and Lucy getting all kinds of hurt, we should have faith that it’ll all work out in the end.
In an episode that brought a horrible, horrible part of history to life, we got to see Flynn joining the Time Team while Wyatt tried to sort out his very confusing and overwhelming emotions after he found out that Jessica is not so dead anymore. Meanwhile, our Lucy just became the universe’s punching bag and I just want to give her a hug, put her in a bubble and protect her from this cruel world.
Timeless is the kind of show that sneaks up on you. When season 1 first started, I had already heard about how amazing the pilot was from a few friends who had already screened the episode, so I knew I was in for a treat. But I had no idea how incredible this journey I was embarking on was going to be — that this show would be this wonderful miracle that it is.
That was so worth the wait, wasn’t it? I know I usually do a “Top 5 Moments” post, but there is just so much to discuss that we’re going to have to go the traditional review way this time around. The hype surrounding “Hollywoodland” was gigantic, and I am sure that every Timeless fan had their expectations through the roof for this one. That said, I am pretty sure tonight’s episode more than surpassed everyone’s expectations, despite that horrific twist of a cliffhanger in the end.