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The AmeriKanyeZation of British TV has recently reached new highs (or lows)…
[SPOILER ALERT - if you haven’t watched the last episode of TSC, TVD or Desperate Housewives, that is] In these past few days I’ve been a mess. First, I sobbed my way through the season 3 finale of The Vampire Diaries. Then, the series finale of Desperate Housewives. And this is just the beginning - the week of weeks is finally here and I wonder how I will manage to cope with the emotional distress that comes with having to watch about 6 season and/or series finales in a week. How will I survive?
I know already how this will end, most of the signs are already here. Red eyes - check, tears-induced headache - check, overemotional outbursts - check. PMS can move along, WOFED (Week Of Final Episodes Disorder) is here.
So let me start with the first three final episodes I have watched so far.
The Secret Circle was a bit too bland, not too much happened and who cares anyway, since it has been cancelled. So not so much emotional distress for it. I wonder, however, what a second season would have been like, since, judging from what happened in the last episode, the two main characters (at least allegedly, because Cassie/Britt Robertson and Adam/Thomas Dekker lack both the chemistry and the charisma to fully claim the title) were going to turn a little obsessed with dark magic.
The Vampire Diaries, on the other hand, almost caused me an emotional meltdown. Those breathtaking scenes, they seriously speak for themselves. Nina Dobrev was awesome under-water. And call me naive, but I really wasn’t expecting her to turn into a vampire by the end of it. And it was so foxily tantalising of them to bring in that little piece of information concerning how Damon was the first to meet Elena and then compelled her to forget. They are probably going to tease us with the idea that maybe Damon is the right one, but do you think that the detail is going to make a difference? Stefan is still the “good one,” so will that change anything? Those writers, they really love pushing the viewers around. The best moment of the episode, however, was Alaric going to visit Jeremy as a ghost once his vampire-self has died. Consider yourself lucky for not being in the room with me at that point, because I hadn’t cried that much since The Notebook. Finally, Kevin Williamson should have definitely thought of getting Bonnie Bennett/Kat Graham to organise a workshop for The Secret Circle cast: How To Look Convincing When Slowly Becoming Obsessed With Dark Magic 101. It could have worked.
Desperate Housewives deserves a blogpost of its own (it was the series finale of a show that has been running for 8 seasons, after all). I would just like to point out that the Nicholas Sparks-esque kiss between Lynette and Tom at the end of the first part was absolutely perfect and has probably ruined my life forever. That sets the bar far too high - how on earth can anyone top that? I will let you know if that ever happen. I am going to get some ice just in case.
…you are watching Grey’s Anatomy, and you know that someone is going to day before the end of the season and that there is going to be a big shooting-style disaster…and you have been having a very bad feeling since they have started getting on and off planes almost every episode…and then you see them all together on a plane at the end of the episode…
I JUST HAD 15 MINI HEART-ATTACKS.
THANK YOU SEATTLE GRACE, LET’S NOW WAIT ANOTHER WEEK BEFORE FINDING OUT WHO IS GOING TO DIE.
I am not really sure, but the only person I thought would make sense to kill off is Owen, and he wasn’t even on the freaking plane.
So who do you think is going to die?