Okay, so if you haven’t heard I am making a scrapbook for Cote to commemorate her time on the show. If you want to participate here’s what you have to do:
- Write her a short message. Thank he for her time on the show, tell her how much she’s changed your life, etc.
- Give me your first name only….
I wanna do this!! I’ll read this post later </3
So. Cote’s leaving.
I cried for 30 minutes straight when I heard. I broke down and I wailed like a baby.
Eight years and she’s leaving.
I heard about it like, over 24 hours ago, and I can’t get my thoughts together. I’m going out, I’ll be back later, and then I’ll try and phrase things properly.
Right now, I just…can’t.
Hai Harm are you online right now
Here’s the thing: Gibbs hadn’t seen Ziva in three months. He welcomes her back with a genuine smile and huge, tight hug. From the look on her face you can clearly see how much he cherishes her.
Somehow, I just can’t picture Ziva’s homecoming to Eli (after three years, not months) that way.
I love the fact that Gibbs took to Ziva so quickly, trusted her. From that moment on, they had this strong, father-daughter bond that ran deep - it just grew stronger, the love grew stronger. Gibbs was more of a father than Eli had ever been to Ziva.
When Eli visited Ziva after somewhat two years, unlike this reunion which was after three months, she can never believe that he visited her simply because she was his daughter - She had doubts about his motives, due to the kind of man Eli was.
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So, I watched it when I came out, and this is what I thought of it.
It was an amazing episode, maybe a bit messy in some bits, but it was good overall.
Except just one thing.
What’s in the trunk?!
We spent 3 months speculating. Was it a dead body? Was it Wilden? Maybe even Ashley Marin? Who was it?
There’s the kicker.
We spent three months wondering, who was in that trunk? It never occurred to us that it could have been a what.
It was a pig, of all things. A pig. What, Marlene?
This gigantic build-up, everyone so excited to see what it was. To see who it could be. Then splat, a pig.
That was like, climbing up to this huge cliff, feeling all victorious, and then just falling off. Just like that.
A filming the girls [and Mona] at the car wasn’t surprising in any way or form, to be completely honest. These are the same old tricks that were being pulled all the way back in Season 1.
Ezria, on the other hand…I felt that was good.
I mean, their relationship was what compelled me to watch Pretty Little Liars at the end of last year.
“It just feels like we’re back where we started.” That line completely broke my heart. That look in Aria’s eyes, that statement, was true yet not. No matter how hard they tried, there was no way that they could possibly go back to that.
That would mean no one could know [but that was the problem again, wasn’t it?]. That was also before either of them knew about Malcolm, and before Aria knew about Maggie. There’d be no way to take that all back.
That scene where Aria had the thought of the possibility of Ezra getting arrested gave me a heart attack. I choked, I’m not even kidding. He looked so angry, so hateful. He looked like he regretted everything. I was going to cry, I swear.
Although…I was painfully irritated by Ezra.
"I have a family now." Well, obviously, Ezra. Aria knew that too. Who do you think helped you find your son?
I was so annoyed at him. Yes, he had a family. But through everything, and I mean everything, who was there for him? Who stayed with him when things with his family were rough? Who stayed with him when he found out about his son? About Maggie?
That’s right. Aria.
I guess…overall, it was a good episode, just a few things here and there that were just a little bit argh. So I guess I’d give it an 8.5/10? Really good, but the pig thing and that “I have a family now.” quote just put it down a bit for me.