Congratulations to the the cast and creative team of V. As advertised, last night’s second season ender was a rip-roaring roller-coaster of a finale that — unlike 97.4% of the episodes that preceded it — actually managed to keep us on the edge of our seat courtesy of multiple character deaths, copious amounts of blood and a genuine bona fide game-changer of an ending that was thisclose to ensuring our support for a third season of the show.
We say “thisclose” because if we’re being honest here, our interest in championing a third season of V truly lies in showrunner Scott Rosenbaum’s ability to answer one very simple question: Is what is far and away television’s most annoying character really dead?
Suffice to say, we’ve watched more than enough science fiction (or primetime sudsers for that matter) to know that just because we saw Tyler fall victim to Anna and Bizarro-Lisa’s bloody fantastic post-coitus plan does in no way guarantee that there isn’t some sort of advanced alien technology quietly waiting in the wings to keep him alive.
Which is why, we here at theTVaddict.com have taken the liberty of
hastily throwing together crafting some not-so-legal mumbo-jumbo to ensure that we’ve seen the last of the aforementioned annoyance. Rest assured, a simple “I agree” in the comments below from showrunner Scott Rosenbaum will suffice!
Dear V Fans,
I, V Showrunner Scott Rosenbaum solemnly swear that should V be lucky enough to be awarded a third season by ABC we have seen the last of Tyler Evans. Rest assured, (1) Last night’s episode was not a dream. (2) His body will not be cryogenically frozen until a cure for a fatal alien bite to the neck is found. (3) He does not have a long lost twin brother. (4) There are no such things as ghosts. (5) This isn’t LOST. (6) Or FRINGE, no alternate universes here. (7) His DNA will not be used to create an lizard clone. (8) His face will not be transplanted onto another character ala Dr. Drake Ramoray from FRIENDS.
March 16, 2011