Post by Jay Paterson on Mar 7, 2013 18:00:45 GMT -6
GAHHH! It's finally back! And I have to say just reading this episode I can see how much your writing has progressed. So, here's me thoughts/review of episode 2.01: Fury.
There was so much in this episode and at times I felt scenes where rushed too fit into the time scale. However, I loved the fact that we got so much in the season finale. It wrapped up what happened between Alex and Alyssa at the end of sequence one and allows us to move onto more fun and interesting story lines, without Alisha. One of my favorite things about this webisode was David. I just loved his whole geeky and comedic one liners. I've said it before and I'll say it again, he really does remind me of a younger, male version of Paula. Speaking of Paula, the biggest smile appeared on my face at just the mention of her name, not to mention she got a chuckle from me with her whole "Oh, is it a magic trick, I love magic trick's". And of course you didn't forget to give us fans some Micheal/Paula loving, she makes fun of him, which means she is so in love with him, "mmmmmhmmmmm". LOL. Its nice to see Alex hasn't changed, letting his anger take over him at times. But I was so loving it when he punched Jordan. XD "That. Was. Awesome." Indeed. The ending was really nice, having that much needed conversation between Alex and Alisha. To be honest I thought you would have drag that out for a bit and make the phone call between to two happen at the end of Arc One or something, but I'm glad you did it in this episode. I really loved the line "Live your dream. For the both of us." It just really shows how strong their relationship is, which is what I love about the characters together. So, its going to be sad to have Alisha out the picture, but I'm still hoping that she will return, especially that you have left it open for her to return if you want to.
Overall, I loved this episode, Its definitely up there in my top 5. The contrast between Alex, angry and upset in his bed at the beginning to him lying smiling to himself by the end was pretty genius and well done. Also, "There was no magic trick, was there?" LMAO, oh Paula how I've missed thee. This is for sure, a 10/10 episode, Brady.
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