Witches of East End 2×10 ‘Fall of the House of Beauchamp’: Daddy’s home

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This weeks episode beginning where last week’s episode left off. IN THE SADDEST POSSIBLE WAY. Making people wait one week after killing two main characters is not healthy. I think someone should do a database lookup on how many people were mentally hospitalized after last week. Thankfully, THE GIRLS ARE BACK! But not without a cost. They return with baggage. Serious baggage. Daddy Beauchamp is in town from Asgard and if the past two seasons of complaints have had anything to show for it, this is NOT good news. 

What else could they have done though? As much as I have anxiety for what is to come, I’m glad that we don’t have to watch toddler Ingrid & Freya or Pregnant Joanna, let alone a blast into the future(so they would be grown up again). This little reunion has been brewing for a while now, with tons of foreshadowing throughout the shows entirety. Let’s get down to business, shall we?

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Up first, we have the scene where Joanna attempted suicide?! What! That is not okay. And Wendy willing to give herself up for one of the girls? If something like that is even brought up again, I suggest we all picket Lifetime. On that note, I thought it was Really hard for Joanna to die? They said it was next to impossible to kill her(forgetting about the whole argantium ordeal), her suicide attempt seemed pretty by-the-book. Did it remind anyone else of Britney Spears’ music video for Every Time?

Dash has been making me nervous since the beginning of this season, and this episode was the only episode where I didn’t see his evil come out. Is he really changing for Ingrid? Doubt it. Why are there always random women showing up at the wrong time? This dominatrix that seduced Dash? Is this show turning into a cop drama? I’m concerned. I’m so torn about how I want the whole Dash storyline to go. What about you? What do you think?

Although what Dash did to Killian at the end of Season 1 was absolutely awful, I feel like Killian is being a little melodramatic about the whole situation. I think, in a time of mourning, its time to put your pride aside. You’re alive, aren’t you? Great. Let it go. Speaking of Killian, he seemed way too flustered with that statue that Eva left him. He was so defeated by it, that whole scene was hilarious.

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And for the main event, Daddy Beauchamp. He is on our side of spectrum. Should we be worried? Why do I still trust Frederick after all that’s happened? I think everyone should be acting like Wendy, but I don’t know. I think he’s still alright. We’ll revisit this when I realize how wrong I am. I just must say, They girls better not go back to Asgard. It’s a trap, Ingrid! What are you doing staying behind! Why are you pulling a Frederick!

 
WHY is Ingrid doing the same thing that Frederick did? I am getting real tired of Joanna’s children betraying her. Am I the only one that feel personally victimized by this show? It’s too good.

But them going through that portal, was a little bit Disney Channel Original Movie Halloweentown for me.

So many questions, so few episodes left.
Why have they never thought about summoning Daddy Beauchamp to bring the girls back before? Why is this time so important? I mean, I love the girls as much as anyone else, but why now? Why this time?

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What did you think about this week’s episode? Everything you hoped for or kind of anticlimactic after last week’s shock? I thought it was kinda calm compared to last week, but I found that to be good for my psyche.

By the way, My past two reviews didn’t post for some reason, and I don’t know why. I just noticed it right now. So Sorry for that guys! See you next week!

Angela is an avid tweeter and tumblr[er] who happens to be fluent in sarcasm and hyperbole. She makes vlogs on the internet about nothing important in particular and watches an unhealthy amount of television. You will find her at work or school, secretly watching episodes of shows on Hulu & Netflix. When she’s not watching TV, she is reading cheesy smut and YA novels. Her daily mood depends on the emotions of the character she is currently vicariously living through. You can find her on Twitter, Tumblr, and Youtube under the handle: ohnogrl

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