In this Producer’s Preview of Monday’s all-new episode of Star-Crossed, executive producer Adele Kim talks about Sophia’s desire to earn acceptance from the humans by joining the swim team and how her actions cause quite the opposite among the student body.
Seriously, how can anyone believe that Will Graham is guilty? Just… the man is all over the place mentally, and no one seems to pick up on it. Also, really… REALLY! C’mon… another ear just pops up and they’re still saying Will somehow managed that from his jail cell? Even if he is pulling the strings, he would have to have an accomplice.
Dr. Alana Bloom, honey, I know you care about Will Graham, but you’re making the case for the prosecution. Yeah, yeah you are and if you think putting Hannibal Lecter up in your place on the witness stand is a good idea, you are sadly mistaken… BAD CALL. Bad… Bad Call!
Also, have you seen the international poster for Hannibal?
I like it! Ugh… just why do I find this show so interesting even when the gore grosses me out? Serial killers really are my favorites when it comes to trying and dissecting their mental make-ups.
While I’ve been absolutely loving the epic comic book heavy episodes in Arrow recently, I’ll admit that I long for the days when it just Oliver, Diggle and Felicity in the Arrow Cave.
You know, when all of those great Olicity moments happened in the first half of season two.
But despite the greater stakes and a more crowded Arrow Cave, we will be getting some significant Olicity development near the end of this season. And thank God, because I seriously need my Olicity fix.
Executive producer Marc Guggenheim told THR.com that there will be a “big evolution of their relationship” by season’s end.
“The fun or the agony of Oliver and Felicity is they’re always taking one step forward and two steps back and that’s what I meant when I said it was a slow burn. I will say by the end of the season, you’ll see another big evolution of their relationship. But at the same time I don’t want to spoil when and how that’s going to happen. I do think part of the fun of the show and certainly Oliver and Felicity, things happen in the least expected ways. We’ll be doing something with Oliver and Felicity by the end of the year that will really confound and satisfy some viewers and infuriate others but I think that’s when you know you’re taking chances.”
The fact that Guggenheim used the term “slow burn” when referencing Oliver and Felicity gives me all the confidence in the world that the writers do take their relationship seriously. Oh, and most importantly, Olicity is coming!