We give our first impressions and share some things that made us happy in “Judgement Fae,” including Amanda Walsh being Elizabeth, Zoie Palmer being Zee, and Bo being herself. Our in depth discussion of the episode will be available this weekend.
- Annie: So sad after this episode. I feel effing bipolar as well. I was so happy at the beginning and so devastated at the end. I don’t understand the writing choices of why Doccubus had to break up — again!!! Lauren would rather avoid the future pain of Bo losing her due to her mortality than being with her now? I did love Amanda Walsh as Elizabeth. And how Tamsin was Bo’s backup and was such a friend to Bo and Lauren.
- Stephanie: I’m conflicted about this episode. I thought it was bopping along fine until we got to the confrontation with the Ancients near Hephaestus’s forge, and the bottom dropped out. But then I found the concluding scenes compelling, so I think it rounded out to an okay-ish episode. I continue to be confused by the writing choices this season.
- Kris: I find that I have a lot of questions after watching this episode. But I’m glad Lauren and Bo finally had a conversation that they needed to have. I’m actually hopeful that it’ll lead to further discussion. I enjoyed Amanda Walsh as Elizabeth, too. Overall, I think I have pretty mixed feelings about the episode.
What Made Annie Happy
- The Doccubus shower scene! Water! And chi! Except it needed to be 43 minutes longer.
- Zoie portraying Zee in Lauren’s body — she had Zee’s swagger down!!
- Elizabeth with the donuts! Amanda Walsh was adorable as Elizabeth.
What Made Kris Happy
- Elizabeth’s Roxanne references — I loved that movie as a kid.
- Dyson and Alicia — Their scenes were nice, then heartbreaking. But I feel like it’s good character development for Dyson.
- “Hot-face-tus” made me laugh out loud
What Made Stephanie Happy
- Bo taking the unspoken third option in court
- Tamsin volunteering to be a vessel to save Lauren
- Anna Silk and Zoie Palmer’s performances
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