Filming today on Washington Square N, Jim, Carrie Preston and the one and only Kevin Chapman.
I was told by one of the crew that this was E20, but I’m not sure.
This is going to be interesting. I hope that she and Finch get together and STAY together at series end.
Awwww POI at a series low for the second week in a row? That’s what those muthaflockers get for killing off Carter and thus killing a lot of viewership. Dumbasses!
Inviting along a couple of new agents didn’t put new fannies in the seats for ABC’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., which on Tuesday night returned to 5.1 million total viewers and a 1.7 demo rating, dropping 23 percent from its month-ago […]
Yes we will never know… but have you read the fanfictions on FF.net? The amount of alternative endings these amazing writers can dish out just emphasizes the fact that the writers just got lazy. I remember reading an article post-crossing. Nolan (hinting he was sort of leaning towards being a careeser LOL) said that he was aware of the spark between Carter and Reese but he and the staff didn’t know which direction to take them… I would love to provide a link, but unfortunately I don’t remember the name of the article and I’m a little too tired to do some searching. Sorry! Lol.
But yeah, just knowing the writers had no idea where to go with their relationship pretty much proves their complexity… they flabbergasted themselves, lol. Oh well. I’m happy with the amount of fanfics pouring from a lot of these fantastic writers on FF.net. They keep me giddy and remind me of how much I love our babies. :)
I think the chemistry between TPH and JC and more importantly, the fans response to it, scared the all-living hell out of them. To the point that they panicked. There was absolutely no need to do anything about it. They could have left it purely platonic, or simply hinted at more without going further. They could have rolled with that for several seasons. It would have been fun, and didn’t have to become anything more than that. I have NO IDEA what made them think folks would tune in to watch a low rent Batman every week. People don’t care about machines, they care about characters and their lives. Batman works for a two hour movie, but nobody wants to go into that every week. There’s no pay off, and that’s what folks are missing. Carter was the redeemer, and more importantly, the PROMISE of redemption.
Seriously. That’s show running 101. Give ‘em crumbs and keep ‘em coming back for more. The game’s been played that way forever. It frustrates fans, would have frustrated me, but I’d have still tuned my behind in and they know it.
That not knowing what to do with them is a crock of bull.
Plus they took out the one character that openly emotes on the regular. I really, really can’t figure that out.
We’re going to tell a story about machines, but first let’s take away the one character that reminds us most about humanity? The one who we can contrast the most against the machines? The one who helps pull the emotions out of the other characters? That’s kinda shitty storytelling period. They never needed to do anything with Careese, but getting rid of Carter was a big mistake even just for the other characters. She took away that cold and reserved edge most of them have.