Just throwing this up here in the wake of spoilers from last night’s taping. I can’t claim credit for this theory, but I have permission to share it and am happy to do so, because it intrigues me.
I’m not going to go deep into the spoilers themselves. They’re out there. What I want to address is this. The episode definitely comes off as a ‘goodbye’ episode. Hence the name. But I don’t think it’s a goodbye to the show so much as a goodbye to the majority of the BMW elements. Not people like Shawn and Josh, who very much have a big place of their own in GMW now, but to the other random visits, as well as to many of the gratuitous references.
The episode taped was filled with callbacks, parallels, and guests, many of which it’s easy to assume that MJ would have wanted to save for the series finale. But he didn’t. Because at the end of the day GMW is part of the BMW universe, but it’s a separate entity. It can stand on its own, and it’s doing that more and more with every episode. This season finale was the opportunity to cut those ties and make room for GMW and it’s characters to grow even more.
Do you know any good reylo-ish books? I read The Fobidden game which is REALLYYYY good c: THANK YOU!! C:
Hey :D xx
The only other books I can think of with reylo-ish vibes would be L.J Smiths Daughter of Darkness and also The Chosen, both of which are apart of The Night World series. Though you don’t have to read all The Night World series to understand the other books, they can pretty much act as stand alones. :3 xx
Hmmm though now that I think about it any of L.J. Smiths books may appeal to reylo shippers. A lot of them have darker, edgier feels to them and alot of the love interests usually give off Kylo Ren kinda feels. xx
These two are a definite though. xx
Daughters of Darkness
There’s something strange about the new girls in town. Briar Creek, Oregon, has never seen anything like the supernatural grace of Rowan, Kestrel, and Jade, three sisters who move into the dilapidated old house next to Mark and Mary-Lynnette Carter. Mark is obsessed with Jade– but she and her sisters have a secret. And when Mark and Mary-Lynnette follow them into the woods one night, they are plunged into a nightmare beyond their imagination. Because the sisters are fugitives from the Night World, and their brother Ash is hot on the trail behind them. He’s ruthless, gorgeous, and he has orders to bring the girls back at all costs. And when he sees Mary-Lynette, he decides to take her too
She stalks the lonely back alleys of Boston, the deserted industrial docks of the harbor, seeking revenge on the vampires who killed her mother. Rashel Jordan knows where they live. But they don’t know yet that the black-haired, green-eyed girl is as deadly as she is beautiful, killing the Night People one by one. Armed with a wooden stake, martial arts, and the will to resist a vampire’s mind control, she is safe as long as her true identity remains a secret. But when she rescues Daphne Childs from certain death, she’s suddenly swept into the Night World Slave Trade, gateway to the vampires’ secret enclave. Here Quinn is the gatekeeper … dark, dangerous, irresistible. He decides who is chosen. He holds the keys to the realm Rashel is desperate to enter. She looks into his eyes, stunned, to see her soulmate – a vampire whose entire world she has vowed to destroy