Post by Brady Brown on Nov 6, 2015 21:32:44 GMT -6
Interesting episode and with a blast from the past too. To be honest, I wasn't really looking forward to reading this episode seeing that its was about Jordan and Angela. Just simply for the fact that we had moved on from all that and Ii didn't see the point in dragging them back into things. But I surprisingly thought it was fit in nicely with the sequence, it let you tie up loose ends with these characters and definitely added to the theme of moving forward and leaving the past in the past, so it worked really well.
I think this episode was really important because it really closes a large chapter in these characters' lives. Angela and Jordan were very much a prominent part at the beginning of the show, so I wanted to put their story to rest. So, despite going into a little skeptical, I'm glad you were able to enjoy it.
I don't really have much to say other than I'm so relieved that Jordan is now locked up and Angela can move on. I think it is pretty nice to see how far both Alisha and Angela have come and how they have matured and don't let their past rivalry effect their present relationship. As much as this episode was about Jordan and Angela's court case I felt like this was also a turning point for Alisha. She admits to her wrongs and realises that it will take time to get through it, this is stuff that she already knew but talking to Angela really highlights that for her. And she finally talks to Kelsey, so there's that.
I also thought it was important for Alisha to take what she's going through and be able to apply that to Angela's situation, which she's been going through much longer. They've put everything behind her and have finally moved forward. Yep, she made up with Kelsey haha. This was a realization episode for her.
I'm also really confused by the ending with Paula and Michael, but I guess that's the point? Great 50th episode, Brady.
hahaha, that was just supposed to be a funny, meta little moment between the two. Sorry it didn't come across clearly enough! Thanks for the review, Jay!