Most Memorable & Surprising TV Moments of 2016

December 30, 2016 at 10:52 AM | Posted in TV | Leave a comment
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It’s that time of the year again when most entertainment news sites round up the best and worst shows on TV this year. As a self-confessed TV addict myself, I watch a lot of shows every year. And while I don’t watch some of the most popular and well-loved shows out there (yes, I have my own unique taste), I have compiled a list of TV series I regularly watch that made an impact on my viewing experience this year. Some made it on the list for the shocking, did-not-see-that-coming twists in the story while a few were notable for their delightful surprise.

Warning: Spoilers ahead. If you haven’t seen the latest episodes of any of these shows and don’t want to be spoiled, I suggest you look away now.

  1. Mr. Robot

While I have read a few fan theories about the second season of Mr. Robot, I was still surprised to find out that Elliot Alderson was in prison all along and not living with his mother. This was the first big reveal in season 2. I always suspected that he was in a mental institution because of his rigid daily routine but surprisingly, that was not the case. After watching the “h4ndshake” episode, it now made a lot of sense.

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The second big reveal came at the end of season 2 where viewers found out that Tyrell was alive after all and not a figment of Elliot’s imagination. It was a pretty intense season 2 finale as Elliot came to learn that his alter ego Mr. Robot and Tyrell were in cahoots with the Dark Army and planning something big. I cannot wait for season 3 to find out what happens next.

  1. Penny Dreadful

I have a bone to pick when it comes to Penny Dreadful. For me, this show pulled the most shocking reveal this year. This was one of my favorite shows to date and I had high expectations of its third season. Unfortunately, the show abruptly ended its run when it revealed after the season 3 finale that the show was over – as in, it will never come back for a fourth season. It has been cancelled. My initial reaction to this revelation was utter confusion. Surely, they could not end the show like that. There was no prior announcement of the show’s cancellation. There was no warning at all. The story arc of the third season felt like there was going to be another season. And yet, they pulled the plug. And all because the show creator John Logan wanted it that way.

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There was a lot of backlash after Penny Dreadful got cancelled. Many fans were outraged and felt betrayed as I was. In fact, I wrote an article about the series finale on this site where I expressed my utter disappointment with the show. To this day, I cannot bear to rewatch old episodes of the show because I still could not shake my disbelief of its cancellation. We were blindsided big time.

  1. 12 Monkeys

The second season of 12 Monkeys also pulled some surprising twists. For the most part of season 2, viewers were curious to know the real identity of The Witness. The Witness has always been a mysterious figure that wears a mask and a dark robe. Cole, Cassie and Ramse want to kill him because he, along with the Army of the 12 Monkeys, is hell-bent in destroying time.

In the season 2 finale, it was finally revealed that The Witness was the unborn child of Cole and Cassie. Apparently, he was conceived when Cole and Cassie were stuck in 1959. After this cliffhanger, I’m really curious to see what Cole and Cassie will do about this revelation. Will they attempt to travel back in time again to prevent his conception?

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I’m also hoping that Madeleine Stowe will return as a guest character for the third season. It’s a delight to see her play another character in the show contrary to the role she played in the original movie. I also wish to see Brad Pitt make an appearance in the show in the future.

  1. Orphan Black

One of the things I liked about season 4 of Orphan Black was the fact that it finally showed the back story of the last days of Beth Childs. It was gut-wrenching to see her struggles with work and her personal life, especially her deteriorating relationship with Paul. But one of the most memorable scenes for me was in “The Scandal of Altruism” episode when Evie Cho told Cosima that Delphine was dead. Tatiana Maslany, who plays the different clones in the show, was so fantastic as Cosima in this scene. You can just see and feel the pain and devastation on her face when she found out about Delphine. She displayed such raw emotions. And I’m just glad that Tatiana finally won an Emmy award this year for her performance in the show.

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Of course, Tatiana’s performance as Krystal was also one the best this season. Her scenes with Donnie at the fertility clinic and at Sarah and Felix’s hideout in the comic book store were really hilarious. The season had the perfect balance of drama and comedy which not many shows could effectively deliver.

  1. Stranger Things

This was the breakout show of 2016. Stranger Things came out of nowhere and it became so big and popular by word of mouth. It was because of the major buzz it made and through the recommendation of a friend of mine that I decided to check out this show. And it instantly became my favorite.

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Photo credit: screencapped.net

There were so many memorable scenes in season 1. But perhaps one of the many that stood out for me was when Eleven disguised herself in a pink dress and a blond wig and went along with Mike, Dustin and Lucas to their school to help them locate Will. Another memorable moment for me was when Joyce Byers hung that now-famous Christmas lights on the wall of her living room and scrawled it with big letters of the alphabet in an attempt to communicate with her missing son Will. The scene where Nancy and Jonathan set up a trap for the monster was pretty intense, too.

  1. Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life

The last four words spoken in the final scene was the most surprising moment in the Gilmore Girls revival. Those words sort of summed up what became of Rory Gilmore’s life after college. Her poor choices when it comes to her relationship with her ex-boyfriend and current boyfriend as well as her career were surprising for me, not to mention disappointing.

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Photo credit: fansided.com

But I think most fans including myself were also surprised at how Emily Gilmore turned out in this revival. It was indeed a delightful surprise to see the softer and vulnerable side of Emily. She became more likeable in this revival.

  1. The X-Files

The mytharc episodes in The X-Files revival were a big disappointment for me. It’s a shame really since I’ve always wanted to see the return of Mulder and Scully for a long time and I was expecting so much in the revival. But show creator Chris Carter has lost his spark when it comes to writing gripping mytharc story lines.

For me, the only memorable episode in the revival that I truly loved was “Mulder and Scully Meet the Were-Monster,” which was written by Darin Morgan. This was a stand-alone, monster-of-the-week episode that was littered with Easter eggs for the hardcore X-philes. The dialogues were just witty and humorous. David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson were great in this episode as well with their usual banter and comedic timing, which was reminiscent of the old funny episodes of the show.

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Photo credit: theworkprint.com

If ever there would be season 11, I hope the mytharc episodes would improve. It’s also time to introduce new villains in the show. While fans love to hate the Cigarette Smoking Man, I think it’s time for him to be killed off for good.

  1. Suits

Most of season 6 of Suits was forgettable. The show’s writers stretched the prison story arc for too long that I got bored quickly. It was also a waste of time watching guest characters got more screen time instead of the six main characters, especially Donna (read my season 6 review here).

What saved the season for me was the midseason finale where it was more about Jessica and her back story, and of course that Donna and Harvey scene at the end. It was a major surprise to see Jessica leave the firm. But fans of the show came to learn after the midseason finale that Jessica was intentionally written off because Gina Torres who played the character wanted to leave the show. Jessica’s farewell scene was a truly touching moment.

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SUITS — “P.S.L.” Episode 610 — Pictured: (l-r) — (Photo by: Shane Mahood/USA Network)

The scene at the end between Harvey and Donna was also memorable for me. After seeing Harvey as a tough, uber confident and emotionally unavailable guy in previous seasons, it’s so good to see that he’s finally breaking down his walls. He’s finally willing to be open and show his vulnerability. And he showed that when he told Donna that he doesn’t want to be alone at that time when he realized that Jessica is gone and left the firm in his hands.

When Donna reached for his hand and he held her hand and they stood wordlessly by the window, it was a pivotal moment for Harvey and in their relationship. It’s a sign that their relationship might finally progress towards a romantic one. And it’s about time that they do.

‘Penny Dreadful’ Series Finale: A Dreadful Ending To A Promising Show

June 25, 2016 at 12:59 PM | Posted in TV | Leave a comment
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SPOILER WARNING: This article contains spoilers of the series finale of Penny Dreadful. Read at your own risk!

One of my favorite TV shows, Penny Dreadful, just ended the series this week. While I particularly enjoyed episodes 8 and 9, I was left shocked and surprised to find out that the supposedly season 3 finale of the show was actually the series finale.

First of all, let me just say that when it comes to production value, the two-episode series finale of Penny Dreadful was fantastic. In fact, the entire show is a class unto itself that set it apart from the usual horror fares on TV. The foreboding settings, the superb camera shots, the costumes, the tone, the drama, the literature where it is based on, and the eloquent dialogue were what made this Gothic show my favorite. I have never seen a horror TV show made with such exquisiteness like Penny Dreadful. That’s why it is so upsetting to know that the series just ended.

I would have accepted season 3 to be the show’s final season if it weren’t for the fact that the last two episodes felt like they were rushed and hastily wrapped up. I was excited to watch the back-to-back episodes not knowing that they would be the last. I thought season 3 was going to end with a cliffhanger. I was wrong.

“Perpetual Night”

The eighth episode titled “Perpetual Night” was such a thrill that I was riveted while watching it. Despite the fact that Vanessa Ives was nowhere to be seen in this episode, I loved it just the same. Lily’s scene in the bedlam was gut-wrenching. I really felt for her and her pain, and I understood why she was angry and wanted revenge on all the men who wronged her. Kudos to Billie Piper’s acting on this one. She played Lily so perfectly. And I’m so glad that Victor Frankenstein eventually freed her. It was so selfish of Victor to keep her with him and force her to love him.

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I was disappointed that Justine was killed by Dorian Gray. I wanted her to stay as a survivor and be Lily’s companion away from Dorian. She and Lily represented women’s strength to go on despite of adversities. I would love for them to continue on and make a life of their own without resulting to carnage. Catriona’s scenes were also wonderful. She was like Buffy the Vampire Slayer when she was fighting off the vampires that were attacking Sir Malcolm, Kaetenay and Ethan Chandler. She was a badass. It’s such a shame that I would never know more about her background now that the series ended.

Reeve Carney as Dorian Gray in Penny Dreadful (season 3, episode 8). – Photo: Jonathan Hession/SHOWTIME – Photo ID: PennyDreadful_308_0395

The revelation on how Ethan became a Wolfman came a little too late, though. I’ve been wanting to know about this since season 3 premiered. But still, it was a welcomed explanation.

I thought John Clare, a.k.a The Creature’s story was going to be a happy one as soon as he returned to his family. But that was not to be. On the other hand, deep down I wanted him to join Sir Malcolm’s league in fighting evil. He would have made a perfect ally and friend of Vanessa.

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“The Blessed Dark”

Now this is the episode that I have the most gripe about. “The Blessed Dark” would have been the perfect cliffhanger to cap off the third season of Penny Dreadful. If only it was written as such. John Logan, the creator of the show, might have tied the loose ends when it comes to Ethan but not with the other characters.

The ninth episode immediately picked up where episode eight left off. Ethan eventually came to terms about his wolf origins and focused on saving Vanessa from Dracula. Lily went back to Dorian’s sprawling mansion only to find her army of women gone and Justine dead. How Dorian decided too quickly that he wanted her back still puzzled me. Then came the revelation that Dr. Jekyll inherited his deceased father’s title as Lord Hyde. But then this classic dual story of Dr. Jekyll/Mr. Hyde never bore into fruition in the show. All those talks between Victor and Henry about the duality of every person were rendered pointless. It was left just as that.

I got a kick out of Victor encountering Sir Malcolm at the bedlam. I thought, finally the league is back! That league was now joined by Catriona, Kaetenay and Dr. Seward who eventually realized that Vanessa was indeed being hunted by Dracula.

The inevitable showdown between Sir Malcolm’s assembled league and Dracula’s night creatures was rather underwhelming. While I very much enjoyed Catriona’s fight scenes (man, she kicked so much vampire ass!) and was rather amused at Dr. Seward fighting side by side with Victor and Sir Malcolm, the expected one-on-one showdown between Ethan, a.k.a the Wolfman and Dracula never came.

Since the show’s second season, it’s been built up that the Wolfman would be the only one who could defeat Dracula. Thus, fans of the show including me (aptly called Dreadfuls) were expecting a big fight between the two in this episode. It was supposed to be an epic battle between good and evil. I was so disappointed that Dracula merely threw Ethan around then that was it. Ethan didn’t even turn into the Wolfman in that scene. But he managed to get inside Dracula’s lair and found Vanessa.

I just love the Gothic elegance and beauty of that scene between Vanessa and Ethan. The candles, Vanessa’s flowing white dress and long black hair were a sight to behold. Vanessa really looked like she was the bride of Dracula in that scene.

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In episode 7, I thought she really gave in to the dark when she allowed Dracula to bite her neck. But in this episode and in this particular scene, I realized that all was not lost with her. When Vanessa asked Ethan to kill her so that Dracula and all the evils would stop hunting her, I thought he would never do it. I thought he would never pull the trigger. But Vanessa begged him to do it. And he did. She died in his arms while Sir Malcolm and the others were fighting the vampires.

Josh Hartnett and Eva Green in Penny Dreadful (season 3, episode – 9). – Photo: Patrick Redmond/SHOWTIME – Photo ID: PennyDreadful_3

That was a really emotional scene. I was in a roller coaster of emotions and couldn’t believe that the show actually killed off their main character. But then I thought that maybe Vanessa just faked her own death to ward off Dracula. Maybe it was just a twist in the story that could be explored further in season 4. I also thought that maybe Victor could resurrect her from the dead and that would be the story in season 4. But then I saw the “The End” title card. I was still in denial at that time. I thought, surely they couldn’t end the show like that. But they did.

After watching the episode, I found out online that the show just announced that the back-to-back episodes were actually the series finale of Penny Dreadful. I was in total shock. How could they end the show like that? And without warning! There was no prior announcement whatsoever. I was (and still am) not satisfied with John Logan’s explanations regarding the reason to end the show. The final episodes left me with so many questions.

Burning Questions from the Series Finale

1. What happened to Dracula?

When Dracula saw Ethan carrying Vanessa’s dead body, he just ran off. Sir Malcolm wasn’t able to kill him. So that means Dracula is still alive and could still wreak havoc in London along with his night creatures. Since Vanessa is gone, will he just stay at the museum and be Dr. Sweet?

2. Will Ethan continue to turn into a Wolfman and kill people? Will he ever find out that Victor brought Brona back to life?

It would be interesting if this scenario happened in season 4. This could further put the pieces of the puzzle together. Imagine Ethan finding out that Brona was alive and Vanessa learning from Victor that Lily was in fact Brona. Imagine also if Victor could cure Ethan with a serum and prevent him from becoming the Wolfman.

3. What will become of Dorian Gray?

Since the first season, all he did was host parties, seduce women, and dance. Nothing really significant happened with him. His character was never fully developed. I would have liked to see that painting again and see the origins of how he became to be immortal.

4. What is Lily’s new purpose?

She left Dorian and Victor. Now what? Where will she go? Will she create another female army and continue her plans?

5. What will happen to The Creature/John Clare?

The Creature only knew of Vanessa’s death from a distance. His friendship with Vanessa was really sweet and touching. I would have liked that story to be explored further. And should he be curious to know how Victor knew Vanessa? He saw Victor at the funeral so he must have thought there was a connection between the two.

6. What is Victor’s plan now that he freed Lily? Will he still help Henry/Dr. Jekyll in his quest to tame the madmen at the bedlam?

Will Victor ever seek out The Creature again and make amends? I’d hate to think that he would leave their strained relationship at that.

7. Who is Catriona?

Ever since she was introduced in season 3, I was curious to know more about her. Where did she come from? And apart from fencing, where did she get her fighting skills? Her introduction did not give much explanation. It was hinted that she previously encountered Dracula in the past. There must have been a connection.

8. Will Dr. Jekyll ever become Mr. Hyde?

I was really expecting this story to play out eventually. Imagine Sir Malcolm and his league coming after Mr. Hyde. That would have been worth seeing.

9. Is Dr. Seward really the reincarnation of the Cut-Wife?

I wanted to find out if Dr. Seward had hidden supernatural powers and if in fact she was the reincarnation of the Cut-Wife. I really didn’t buy that she was merely Vanessa’s psychiatrist.

10. Will Ferdinand Lyle ever find out that Vanessa is dead?

Ferdinand Lyle’s “jaunt” to Cairo prevented him from getting involved in the finale showdown and witnessing Vanessa’s death. Since he was indefinitely on assignment in Cairo, how would the sad news reach him? And will he encounter The Mummy while in Cairo?

In his rare appearance in season 3, it was hinted that The Mummy might be another character addition to the show. Fans picked up on that hint and expected it to be so.

11. What happened to Lucifer? Why did he not try to steal Vanessa from Dracula?

Lucifer’s last appearance was when Vanessa was in the mental asylum and he manifested himself in the body of the Orderly. I really didn’t get why Lucifer was afraid of his brother Dracula. It’s supposed to be the other way around. Lucifer existed since the beginning of time and therefore more powerful than Dracula, who was a mere mortal before he became a vampire. Also, since he wanted Vanessa for himself, why did he not attempt to take her away from Dracula?

12. Did Kaetenay return to America or did he stay with Ethan and Sir Malcolm?

After Vanessa’s death, it was not shown whether he returned to America or not. Since they weren’t able to kill Dracula, did he stay with Ethan so he could help them fight evil?

 

Well I guess I will never know the answers to these questions since the show ended its run. I just find it ambiguous that the series finale was planned since halfway of season 2. If Logan planned the ending early on, why introduce new characters at all? These new characters and even the old ones like Dorian were never fully developed. They could have focused on developing the core characters of the show instead of introducing new ones that are now half-baked.

I am so bummed that Penny Dreadful is over, but I still consider this show to be one of the best on TV. Eva Green’s stunning performance as Vanessa Ives was truly amazing and unforgettable. The range of emotions she displayed and the depth she portrayed the character throughout the show was unremarkable. I’m not a fan of hers but after watching this show, I have a newfound admiration for her.

Considering practically every old show these days are getting a reboot, here’s hoping that Penny Dreadful would eventually do the same.

 

(NOTE: This article originally appeared on moviepilot.com)

Best TV Moments of 2015

December 31, 2015 at 12:25 PM | Posted in Fandom, TV | Leave a comment
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As 2015 draws to a close, let me just list the top five shows that made my TV viewing experience memorable this year. While some of these shows ended the season in a cliffhanger, there were those that left me either in tears, extremely pleased or with puzzling questions. The episodes I listed below are what I consider to be the most memorable ones for me.

Suits (Season 4, episodes: “Intent” and “Not Just a Pretty Face”)

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As a Darvey shipper, I consider these two episodes to be the defining moments of Donna and Harvey’s (Darvey) complicated relationship. For many seasons, Suits‘ showrunners have teased the viewers with hints of a possible romantic relationship between these two characters. On the surface, they had an existing and solid working relationship. Harvey was a hotshot lawyer while Donna was his loyal secretary. But aside from that professional relationship, they were also best friends. They had a bond so tight and knew each other so well that Harvey even considered themselves as one. But all of that changed in the “Intent” episode when Donna was in trouble with the law and Harvey had to help her. It showed how much Harvey cared for her and the measures he was willing to take just to protect her. Then it happened. After winning the case, Harvey finally admitted to her that he loved her. The only problem was, he couldn’t tell her how he loved her. Did he love her as a friend, as a loyal employee or like a sister? But he refused to explain when she asked him. And this story arc ended in “Not Just a Pretty Face” with Donna eventually leaving him to work for another lawyer. That final scene in the episode where Donna walked away just brought me to tears.

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The Big Bang Theory (Season 10, episode: “The Opening Night Excitation”)

Where can you find a show where an episode is a mash-up of Star Wars: The Force Awakens and the sexual awakening of a brilliant, adult male scientist? Only this show! This is the episode where Sheldon Cooper and Amy Farah Fowler finally did it. Sheldon – being a germaphobe that he was and generally disinterested in sex but worship science – finally decided to “have coitus” with his long-time girlfriend, Amy. When I heard the news that this was going to happen, I was delighted. It was a long time coming. Sheldon and Amy are my favorite couple on The Big Bang Theory and I’ve watched them through the years never expecting that they would finally consummate their chaste relationship. But they did – and it was hilarious!

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Orphan Black (Season 3, episode: “Certain Agony of the Battlefield”)

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“It was never Beth I loved.” These were the last words spoken by Paul to Sarah before he died. I was heartbroken when I saw this episode. For one, Paul sacrificed himself so that he could save Sarah and possibly eradicate the threat that Project Castor posed on the Leda clones. Secondly, the episode’s flashback scene with Beth Childs was just riddled with emotions. It was emotionally crushing to see Beth with her heart broken after she found out about Paul’s real motive for being with her. Like many fans, I was also curious about Beth’s background and this episode finally shed some light on her, albeit short. But where there’s heartbreak, there was also humor in this episode. Who could forget that twerking scene between Allison and Donnie? That was completely fun and hilarious to watch! It really made my day. I mean, Allison has always been the prim and proper clone compared with Sarah, Helena and Rachel. But that twerking scene just proved that there’s more to Allison than just being a soccer mom.

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Downton Abbey (Season 6, Christmas special episode/series finale)

I’m a huge fan of Downton Abbey and despite the fact that the show lost some of its luster beginning the fourth season, I stayed with it until the very end of the series. Season 6 ended in a happy note with everyone getting their own happy ending. Anna gave birth to a healthy baby with Mr. Bates as a proud father. Thomas was rehired and came back to the abbey after a short and miserable stint in another aristocratic house. What’s more, Lord Grantham appointed him as the succeeding butler after Mr. Carson resigned. Branson returned from America as well with little Sybie in tow. And can we talk about Lady Mary? Oh my God, I think she just outdid herself this season! She got so bitter and mean to Lady Edith and the two feuding sisters had a big catfight. Now I know Lady Mary had always been haughty and snob but for some reason I loved that about her. But I think she mellowed down a bit after she married Henry Talbot. And I’m so glad she apologized to Lady Edith after their fight and took the effort to make it up to her. As for Lady Edith – the one person who badly needed a happy ending – finally got hers. She married the man she loved with a little help from Lady Mary. I shed a tear when the servants downstairs sang “Auld Lang Syne” at the end. It was so heartfelt and touching. What a fitting way to end the series.

Hannibal (Season 3, episode: “The Wrath of the Lamb”)

This show had its main characters literally went off a cliff after the end of the final episode. Talk about a cliffhanger! In this episode, Will Graham enlisted the help of Hannibal Lecter in luring a serial killer that the FBI had been wanting to get their hands on. The scene on the cliff was beautifully and masterfully done with Will and Hannibal both fighting and eventually killing the serial killer, Francis Dolarhyde, a.k.a the Red Dragon in slow motion. I admit it wasn’t as great as the “Mizumono” episode from season two, but it’s good enough. In this scene from season three, the Will and Hannibal bromance was shown in full glory as Will hugged Hannibal after they successfully killed Francis Dolarhyde. Their chemistry in that scene was electric. Bloody and wounded, they just held each other for a few moments at the edge of the cliff before Will eventually hurled himself over the cliff along with Hannibal. And of course there’s that extra scene at the end where Bedelia du Murier, Hannibal’s psychiatrist, sat on a dinner table alone with her leg cut off – the severed leg being on the table cooked and ready to be served to her guest. My interpretation of that scene was that Bedelia cut her own leg off for Hannibal to eat. I presumed Hannibal managed to avoid death and was still alive after that scene on the cliff. However, other fans suggested that it was Hannibal himself who cut off Bedelia’s leg. We could never know for sure since the show ended already.

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Penny Dreadful (Season 2, episode: “And They Were Enemies”)

Vanessa Ives had finally beaten Evelyn Poole and the witches in a creepy showdown of dark incantations between her and Lucifer. Vanessa is my favorite character in Penny Dreadful since the pilot episode. It’s amazing to watch her fight the forces of evil despite her troubled, traumatic past. Her will to be on the good side despite several temptations took tremendous courage and that was clearly manifested in this episode where she chose to confront Evelyn’s master herself and rejected his offer of joining him. I was at the edge of my seat while watching this episode. I hated Evelyn and her witch daughters and I was so glad when they finally got killed – well except for Hecate. The scene where Sir Malcolm and Victor were tormented about their past was also compelling. I was fearful that the two men would eventually succumbed to the apparitions’ urgings and kill themselves. Thank goodness Ethan came just in time. Speaking of Ethan, I was glad that Vanessa finally knew the truth about him being the Wolfman. Knowing the truth about him would better help them in battling whatever evil forces may come their way. I was left hanging by the end of the episode as I wanted to know what would happen to Ethan now that he surrendered to the police. Well I’ll just have to wait and see next season.

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