Remember how pissed off you were with the series finales for Seinfeld, Lost, How I Met Your Mother, Dexter, The Sopranos and many many more? Well, that is not the case for Grimm that ends it run tonight at 8p after six epic incredible seasons on NBC.
While most Sci Fi shows don’t know to mix the monster of the week with mythology smoothly, Grimm was able to mesh those plotlines perfectly. That is why it was so easy to be a fan of the show for all six seasons. It was a well done show with great writing, acting and fairy tales to watch play out. Plus, the Wesens were always scary looking, which is what is expected from a Horror show like this.
Now lets briefly talk about tonight’s final episode. Remember last week, when Hank (Russell Hornsby) and Wu (Reggie Lee) were killed by the Skull Man and they were not able to be brought back to life with the healing stick? Remember how devastated you were? Well, that was just the beginning, the Skull Man is going to kill more of them. Who will survive? Will Adalind (Claire Coffee) survive? Will Renard (Sasha Roiz)? Will Eve (Bitsie Tulloch)? Will Monroe (Silas Weir Mitchell)? Will Rosalee (Bree Turner)? Will Trubel (Jacqueline Toboni)? Will Nick (David Giuntoli)? Or will they all die?
Let’s just say it as epic as Angel’s series finale. Even more epic because unlike Angel, Grimm doesn’t leave us hanging. It will get a satisfying ending that fans of the show will appreciate and applaud all the way through. Well, maybe not when they watch X, Y and/or Z die.
Networks are letting shows have their final seasons, so you think why can’t they do them right. Right? Well, Grimm is one of the very few shows that does, so tune in for one last hurrah. I promise you will appreciate it as much as I do!
Thank you to everyone who worked on Grimm for six seasons of getting it right!
While almost every celebrity on Dancing with the Stars keeps the money they earn for themselves, Mr T told Conan O’Brien that he is donating all of his earnings to St Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital.
He is not dancing for himself, he is dancing for the sick children, so that they can become healthy adults. In fact, he says if he wins, he will shave off his iconic Mohawk in honor of those kids who lose their hair to treatments. That is dedication.
While he might not be the best dancer on the dance floor, he has the biggest heart on it. To me that gets a perfect score every week over dance steps.
Therefore, we must vote Mr T because we know his salary is going to a good cause and not his pocket or in his case gold chains.
Some people might say that Victoria Beckham is as stiff as a mannequin, but she is not that way with James Corden. That is why The Late Late Show recreated the 1987 movie with them on the CBS late night talk show yesterday.
Have to say, I love the looser Posh Spice. To me, she is my favorite one from the Spice Girls and bits like this prove why I feel this way. And on that note, too bad they couldn’t get Mel B to take part in that final moment. How smashing would that have been?
BTW it was nice to see that Hollywood was represented, too bad that Meshach Taylor is no longer around to see it.
One last thing, can you believe that Mannequin turned 30 last month? It is still as fresh now as it was then.
James Van Der Beek flew across the pond to promote his British show Carters Get Rich, and he quickly regretted the decision. He sat down with This Morning and they did an introduction for him that not even Dancing with the Stars would do for one of their most hasbeen contestant.
They started it out by talking about his Dawson’s Creeks’ co-stars. They said Katie Holmes has done several movies and married Tom Cruise, Michelle Williams was nominated for four Oscars, Joshua Jackson is starring in The Affair and then they go, “But what happened to the main man himself, Mr James Van Der Beek, well he’s here now and that’s what he looks like. Dawson obviously looked pissed and told them, “I have been on television the last 20 years.” To which Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield explained, “We know that, but it worked better as a link.”
While yes it does, it is mean. I am surprised we didn’t see his ugly crying face because that is what I would’ve done if I were in that position. Especially since he starred as himself in Don’t Trust the B in Apt 23, one of the greatest versions of an actor playing themselves ever.
This has been interesting week for This Morning. Not only were they cruel to James Van Der Beek, they also got Hollyoaks Kieron Richardson to admit he was the killer in a huge murder mystery on the show. They say there is no such thing as bad press and with the week that this morning show has been having, they might be proving that statement is accurate. They got plenty of international press, but at what cost?