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14 February 2008 @ 02:20 pm
SPOILER! Torchwood 2x06 - Reset (and meme)  
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I can't believe it. Martha fit in quite well, I think, and I like how the Doctor gave her a bit of a kick start. And I like how Gwen and Martha admit that they never had a thing with Jack. YAY!
And dreamy!Ianto. Omg, how cute was that? "We dabble along." *awwwwwwwww*
Oh! And the Tosh/Owen. I thought it would be very... awkward. But it seemed like Jack/Ianto all over. Okay, we have a date, but I'm not going to stop flirting. :D That was so cute. It reminded me a bit of what happened in Adam, only this time it was real and so much better.
So, curse you! Curse you Torchwood Crew for the end! But gloves come in pairs!

But is it just me or did that PHARM logo look like Lucy Saxon was behind the whole thing? And the whole mentioning of politicians and such...
And bring Owen back, you fuckers! (and the Jack/Ianto-kisses)
 
 
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Kat: Robin Hoodukumai on February 15th, 2008 03:29 pm (UTC)
Yeah, well, at least since she's decided to marry him, she stays more or less clear of the boys.

I didn't like the fight club scene at all, it was so.. mental. Yeah, Dianne left him, shiny. Shit happens. At least he was sad for a few eps, but the "Omg, my lady from the past is gone, let's do something stupid"-thing was just like WTF! If you want to get yourself beaten up, do it properly and don't scream "Get that thing of me" at the wrong time, just to tell people later that you felt absolute peace in that freaking cage *sighs*

Atlantis should have taught us, that even the good guys die. And yes, Torchwood isn't Doctor Who, it's darker and I think we'll watch others die.
the oncoming whirlwind: dw: ten - save/desirescap3goat on February 15th, 2008 03:50 pm (UTC)
I loved Weevil Fight Club because it was so true (for me). There's a lot of raw emotions simmering in everyone of us people hardly let go of. They accumulate to something big we channel in the wrong way. What surprised me most was that Jack didn't understand. Jack, of all people, who doesn't beat up people - 'kay - but fucked everything with a postcode.

Atlantis should have taught us, that even the good guys die.
Yep, because some shit-decisions have been made without thinking them through. They make someone a main-character after accidentally having many eps with him, feel forced to put him in EVERY ep, everyone gets bored - let's kill him!
I don't think the writing of Torchwood is very unique or thoughtful on the best days, but now and then they managed to do good character stuff.
And the hell it looks like Gwen wants to stay away from the boys. "Nobody else would have me." - "Not like I love you." - they're overdoing the "omg, you're the father-figure I seem to have looked for all my life." it makes me angry and sad because they destroy the bit of credibility Gwen needs for her job at Torchwood. Where is the supposedly gentle and caring girl, firmly planted in her relationship with Rhys? She's at her best when she's giving in to the bad side of Torchwood or has forgotten Rhys... yay.

Anyway. I don't believe he's dead. The trailers definitely look like he's coming back. And there's definitely not the "we killed Owen and we have no intention of him coming back" attitude. Then they wouldn't carry this over to next week...
Kat: GA/PP - Addisonukumai on February 15th, 2008 03:58 pm (UTC)
Jack's fucking people is his way of beating them up.

Yeah, well, but watching good people die ruined Atlantis for me (okay, that and really boring episodes). Even though Carson's supposed to come back (so much for R.I.P.).

I don't think that Gwen really loves Rhys. But I think she needs him to love her, to care for her. And that's the thing what I like about their relationship even though I feel sorry for Rhys (because I wanna marry him *coughs*)

No way Owen stays dead. After that trailer? Never ever. And the annoying ones always survive. Just take a look at Kavanagh. And I don't think you can really die with Torchwood - unless you're called Suzie, of course *lol*
the oncoming whirlwind: tw: jack - game overscap3goat on February 15th, 2008 04:18 pm (UTC)
See? I love Kavanagh! :D
Yeah, people are sometimes annoying, but Owen got more depth than just a part-time-fuck for Gwen. I do believe they planned to kill Owen off for good - at one point. As they did with Suzie. Now, there's a way better storyline with him coming back (because of the Weevils? Or he did breath in some of the Mayflies?) and emotional trauma. Same thing with Rose being defragged (or what was that?) and not being dead - just more interesting (to me).

I think they should really let Gwen have an epiphany of some sorts sometime - and make her stop fawning over Jack by letting her know Jack and Ianto are finally at it. Or just finally kill of Rhys because it'll be better for him in the long run. Why do they do that to him?

Tosh/Owen is doomed. But maybe... she can get over it by dating him for a while. My opinion is that Tosh/Martha is the correct choice. XD