Its finally happened. The prediction Eli made came true on a big level and I think this is the end of "desperate!eli-wanting to make people believe he isn't really crazy" days. And the beginning of another phase in the show. I won't be terribly surprised if people start some Eli shrines post!ep and there is a big religious-nuts battle taking place in one of the future episodes.
I never thought I'd ever hear the words "Kevlar" being uttered by Victor Garber again. *Swoons* I was really fangirling inside when he said, "I am made of Kevlar!" (SO iconning that!)
I also loved Segal in this episode. She is ruthless and percise. Gotta love an ambitious woman. I love Eli/Maggie but she provided us with much needed angst when she butchered their puppy!love on stand. *snickers* I soo twisted.
Patty packing up and leaving with her plant reminded me so much of Jerry McGuire its not even funny. lulz
This episode had a touch of confidence in the writing. Before it felt too much like the ptb were testing their waters. Now it seems that they have made up their mind about where they want to go with the show. And I sincerely hope that means this show has an immediate future if not several years in contract. *hopes*
So how did you guys liked it flist?