To All My Cas Lovers,

I am tired of so much fandom wank for this season, its probably one of the best seasons since four and five.

So I’m going to lay some truths for everyone on the Cas is expendable/ Cas Lucifer issue because i’m almost crying that everyone hates this AMAZING episode.

1. When scripts are written everything including dialogue, actions, and even scenery is DELIBERATE. There is not one thing they film that is not without meaning. First thing I ever learned for scriptwriting.

So that means the talk about Cas not being the hero, that he’s the expendable, yadda yadda. ON PURPOSE.

Him and Amara’s scene. Her talking about why God favors him…how she looked sick after dealing with him? REASON.

This is going to be what were all waiting for. Cas is hella important and this is going to be his time. Because honestly,

I don’t think Lucifer is going to defeat the Darkness.

It took him and three other archangels to take down the darkness plus God.

I think Cas is going to play more of a role/defeat the darkness. There’s something with Cas that makes him special. God doesn’t like him just because he’s a pretty blue eyed angel. He has a role in this and they’re making that extremely clear.

2. If you’re still worried. Kripke is starting to become more involved again. Its his show, I have total trust in him as a creator and a consultant with the writers.

Have faith Cas-Lovers!

the other day, i was with a group of people and they started talking about glee and the one girl said, “this is probably my favourite season of glee. i love the new rachel. after the second season, which was my least favourite, played i thought it had gone too far. but i am loving this season.’ i didn’t even know how to respond without looking like an insane person.

Reblog if you watched The Four Maidens.

I mean just look at this:

I just watched it and it was the greatest episode and most beautiful story ever! Those four reminds me of four seasons. I know right? I really love this!


When ABC sent out screeners for American Crime, the network only sent the first four episodes and now it’s clear why: ”Season Two: Episode Four” is the best of the season so far, and it ends in a way that leaves you dying for more information. I’m not sure if I would classify American Crime as a “binge-able” series because it can be so sad and devoid of humor that watching 10 episodes in a row could sink you into a funk. But it does sometimes work well in chunks (as I learned in the first season), especially when there is an episode as edge-of-your-seat powerful as this one.

So glad I’m watching this season of American Crime. It is arguably the best show on network television right now, and captivating in a way I haven’t seen in years. 

season five of at is the best imo season four was just???? so good and emotional like.. u can never beat i remember you or princess cookie or even princess monster i think season five had just such a great mood and such good development and it was so experimental but season four was just. man,we need more episodes like those

When the producers behind Showtime’s hit dramedy Shameless decided to spare Frank Gallagher’s life at the end of season four I championed the decision. But now I’m wondering if that wasn’t a huge mistake, perhaps even bigger than the one to end Mickey’s story as callously as they did. In season four actor William H. Macy delivered some of his best work ever on the series and the final scene in the season finale between him and Ethan Cutkosky will forever go down as one of my favorites.

New Season, Same Tired Frank Gallagher

U.S. News & World Report Reveals the 2016 Best Hotels

U.S. News & World Report Reveals the 2016 Best Hotels

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Ahhhh the Galavant finale was so good! The last four episodes were definitely the best of the season for me. I’ve been treating it as the last season so that was a great ending (although I obviously wouldn’t complain if it gets renewed again based on whatever goodwill the bts people have with Disney).

Chris Harrison Blogs 'The Bachelor' Episode 5

Welcome back, Bachelor Nation. Every week, just when you think it can’t get any more dramatic, it somehow does again. People are really worked up about Olivia and about the “to be continued” at the end of this show. While I can promise you that we’ll be back on our regular rose ceremony schedule next week, I can’t promise you that the drama will die down anytime soon, or ever, for that matter on The Bachelor.

After a great week in Las Vegas, we headed south to the bustling metropolis that is Mexico City, where the people are friendly, the history is rich, the tacos are tasty, and the almond croissants at the Four Seasons Hotel Mexico D.F. are the best I’ve ever had. Every summer we get to spend some time on coastal Mexican cities like Sayulita or Tulum, but Mexico City is so different. There isn’t another city like it in the world and Ben, and the women, had an unbelievably good time. That is, right up until the end.

Related: ‘The Bachelor Recap’: ‘I Don’t Think He’s Really Following Any Rules’

Amanda has been waiting very patiently to finally get some alone time with Ben, ever since she told him about her daughters during their first date in Los Angeles, and a day in a hot air balloon over some of the most beautiful ruins on Earth was a pretty good payoff for that long wait. Something you didn’t get to see on that date was that while Amanda and Ben were having their picnic, another couple in a hot air balloon got engaged right over their heads as they flew by. Ben and Amanda actually invited them over and gave them some of their champagne. It was a beautiful part of a beautiful day.

I think it’s normal for a person like Amanda to be nervous when talking about her past on a date, but those are the things that you just need to know when entering into a serious relationship. Obviously, as expected, things went really well and she got a rose.

My alter-ego and Pauly, The Bachelor’s loyal security guard

The group date was one of our really fun immersive dates that always are a big hit because you get a lot of experience in the local culture in a very short period of time. The language, the food, and of course you learn so much about a place  just by walking through the streets, and this date really did have it all. From early on, Jubilee had been keeping her distance from Ben. I think after her one-on-one date and all the drama that took place after, Jubilee was still holding her guard up pretty tightly. I’m not saying I can’t understand that, as I probably would have done the same, but when things move as fast as they do in this environment, even the slightest guard can be devastating.

Related: Watch Chris Harrison Read a Sexy Passage From ‘The Perfect Letter’

Jubilee is an amazing and complex woman and wears her heart on her sleeve. Being in an environment where you’re competing for a man’s heart with a group of women you’re also living with can be really hard. I think it was hard for Jubilee to open up and be herself in the big group settings, and unfortunately I think that’s why her and Ben had a hard time progressing while his relationships with the other women were allowed to flourish every week. I commend Jubilee for asking the hard questions, and I commend Ben for giving an honest answer. Sometimes saying goodbye is the right thing to do even when it’s hard.

We all know the group date rose went to Olivia, and that’s definitely in part because Ben and Olivia seemed to have a great time together on this date. It’s also possible, and Ben seemed to allude to this in his speech, that he wanted to  encourage her to keep being herself in group settings, something that had really set Jubilee back. The other women, however, were not impressed by this. Not even a little bit.

The last one-on-one date of the week was a date at Fashion Week in Mexico. I think people may not realize how big a deal this was. Mexico City is the largest metropolitan area in the Western hemisphere. This is a big deal. People train their whole lives to walk that runway, and Ben and Lauren H. got out there and surprisingly did really well. Lauren H. went through quite a bit in her last relationship and her decision to try again is inspiring.

Things took a real turn at the cocktail party. Up to now, the women had really kept their feelings on Olivia private. Tensions had boiled over, and Emily decided she was going to tell Ben that she couldn’t take it anymore. I’m sure Ben’s head was really conflicted at that moment, but things only got worse when Olivia compared Amanda to a “teen mom.” Now, I really don’t know how Olivia meant it, and I like to give people the benefit of the doubt, but when the other women already had it out for Olivia, a comment like that, intended or not, was sure to ruffle some feathers.

Getting ready for the rose ceremony

When Ben pulled Olivia aside to talk to her at the end of the night, you could hear a pin drop. The women all felt exactly as you do now, dying to know what’s going to happen next. And they, and you, will find out next Monday

And a special thanks to all of you for tuning in to Bachelor Live these last five weeks. It was fun, and we look forward to answering many more of your unanswered questions at the Women Tell All in a few weeks. Until then, Bachelor Nation, we’ll see you online @chrisbharrison.

The Bachelor airs Mondays at 8 p.m. on ABC. 


Congratulations to our nominees for The JUNO Awards!

Best Large Ensemble or Soloist with Large Ensemble - “Vivaldi. Four Seasons” - James Ehnes, Sydney Symphony Orchestra, Andrew Armstrong (Onyx Classics)

Best Solo or Chamber Ensemble - “Liszt. Piano Sonatas” - Angela Hewitt (Hyperion)

Best Solo or Chamber Ensemble - “Franck. Strauss. Violin Sonatas” - James Ehnes, Andrew Armstrong (Onyx Classics)

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Forensic Files - The Best of Seasons Three and Four 2016/01/31 23:24:46

Forensic Files - The Best of Seasons Three and Four

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