Robin wasn’t the right woman for the Ted we watched for 9 seasons, but she was the right woman for the Ted that had 2 kids and a 10 year relationship, who was a widower and mourned for 6 years, and who asked his kid’s permission before going after the only woman he ever loved as much as their mother.
Am I the only one who thinks that hook is working for the WWW.
it can’t be a coincidence that when hook and emma first reached the storm cellar, that it was hook who didn’t want to go in at that time and said that they needed backup. and when they came back, the cellar had been opened and rumple was gone.
The thing that bothered me about the tv show Smallville (there are other stuff like writing, treatment of other characters, etc but this one is the biggest thing) is that it felt to me Clark didn’t love Lois. Okay, he did…but not love love. Like if he had the choice to still be with Lana it would…
i agree with the op. that was one of my biggest problems with the show as well.
it was like had lana not became living kryptonite, then her and clark would have kept on their sickening love roller coaster forever. lois was basically relegated to second choice, and i hate that.
they should have had clark choose lois before lana became a literal poison to him.
As I have always enjoyed the character of Clark Kent, I hope that the movie does not do away with it.
By this, I do not mean the bumbling clumsy Clark Kent disguise, but the investigative reporter, the guy who has a job and friends and goes to the baseball game with Perry and Jimmy. The character of Superman that is more than just a superhero, but is a man, one who can chill out in his apartment and watch a good football game.
I guess what I am saying is that I hope that the movie doesn’t turn Clark/Superman into just a hero who is always isolated from society, lonely and brooding.