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Scene Of The Week - August 25, 2013 - *POLL*

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A weekly feature in which we're trying to find most compelling, best acted, written, directed and just generally great scenes that we've seen recently.

BREAKING BAD, "Buried", August 18, 2013, Actors: Bryan Cranston, Lavell Crawford, Bill Burr
The Scenes: Walt tries to call Skyler & Huell and Kuby lie on the pile of money
Christopher Reilly:
Um, the whole episode lol? Alright, if I have to pick just one, I guess I'd say the scene with Walt trying to call Skyler, only to realize to his horror that Hank's already on the phone with her. It let the viewer know the gloves are off and it's going full throttle through the finale. The runner-up would be Marie slapping Skyler across the chops when she realized Skyler had known about Walt's drug operation when Hank was shot.
Alex Zhora: Hawks' definition of a "good movie" is three great scenes, no bad ones. I'm fascinated with Breaking Bad's ability to fulfill this requirement in installments of episodic television over and over again, and if you'd ask why I picked this scene, I'll say I did it because it was an absolute pleasure to watch the series' comic reliefs at their best.

BURN NOTICE, "Tipping Point", August 22, 2013, Actor: Garret Dillahunt
The Scene: Simon returns
A Dahne:
I loved Simon as a villain. Before James, he was probably my favorite. To watch him return and see the betrayal Michael felt by the CIA was stunning. Simon was only in for a short segment of the episode, but he changed everything.

DEVIOUS MAIDS, "Scrambling the Eggs", August 18, 2013, Actors: Susan Lucci, Judy Reyes
The Scene: Genevieve asks Zoila for Valentina's egg
Laurent Derré:
I do not know why, but despite Susan Lucci's bad acting, she always makes me laugh. The best part: the reaction of Zoila! 

DEXTER, "Are We There Yet?", August 18, 2013, Actors: Michael C. Hall, Jennifer Carpenter, Yvonne Strahovski, Charlotte Rampling, Sam Underwood
The Scenes: The Brain Surgeon is revealed to be alive & Dexter, Hannah, Debs and Zach all meet up in the motel kill room & Dexter comes back to his apartment & Dr. Vogel's Dinner Party
Sharon Seymour:
The Brain Surgeon is revealed to still be alive with the discovery of Zach's body.
DarkUFO: Dexter, Hannah, Debs and Zach all meet up in the motel kill room. Two great "Who the F*ck are you?" lines.
Also picked by Romain Ossust
Alex Zhora: Dexter is back at his apartment. It's surprising how "Dexter" found right mood again in this finely crafted scene that brings everything to the head.
Darth Locke: Dr. Vogel's Dinner Party. I love this scene because it's like a tribute to novels on which the series is base, as it often features a family of sociopaths throughout.

GRACELAND, "King's Castle", August 22, 2013, Actor: Manny Montana
The Scene: Johnny's speech

A Dahne: It was the most heartfelt Johnny has ever been and brought home a lot of truths. Part of the reason the show works so well is the chemistry between the housemates, and Johnny calling them on their betrayals was exactly what I was thinking. He's becoming my favorite character.
Justyna Kubica: This was a powerful moment. It involved all the main characters, even though most of them didn't say a word. Johnny's speech was just something that had to be said. They all live in the same house, it's not just work. It's their life. Their family. I wish all the secrets between the housemates were revealed and they started working together. Something tells me they would be so much stronger as a team. To sum up, great monologue by Manny Montana and reactions from rest of the cast. Kudos!

PRETTY LITTLE LIARS, "Bring Down the Hoe", August 20, 2013, Actors: Troian Bellisario, Ashley Benson, Lucy Hale, Shay Mitchell
The Scene: Spencer tells the girls about Toby's mom
Jamie Coudeville:
Hanna's one liners were great, and I felt really bad for Spencer that she had to choose between her friends and her boyfriend.

RIZZOLI AND ISLES, "No One Mourns the Wicked", August 20, 2013
The Scene: The porch scene at the end
Klutzy Girl:
In light of Lee Thompson Young's death, it was the perfect way to close out the episode. It was a nice, quiet moment between co-workers and friends after they saved Korsak.
Jamie Coudeville: I love that scene on Korsak's porch, finally we get to see his house, and I also found it sad considering what happened to Lee Thompson Young.

SIBERIA, "First Snow", August 19, 2013, Actors: Miljan Milosevic, Irene Szuchun Yee, Joyce Giraud, Johnny Wactor, Daniel Sutton
The Scenes: Miljan goes crazy and starts to strangle Irene & Carolina, Johnny and Daniel decide whether to leave or stay with Sam
Sharon Seymour:
Miljan goes bat-shit crazy and starts to strangle Irene to put her out of her misery. This show has really grown on me. Didn't think I'd like it but it's gripping.
DarkUFO: Carolina, Johnny and Daniel have to make a decision about whether to leave or stay with Sam out in the snow.

SUITS, "The Other Time", August 20, 2013, Actors: Gabriel Macht, Sarah Rafferty
The Scene: Donna and Harvey at the diner (flashback)
Justyna Kubica:
I'm usually not a big fan of the flashback episodes, but this one was quite brilliant to be honest. And I really wanted to include at least one of its scenes in the article. I decided to go with the flashback where Harvey asks Donna to work for him at Pearson Hardman. Not an easy choice, I have to admit, since there were many great moments. But what I enjoyed the most about this scene are Harvey's words and the way he explained Donna how much he needs her, even if working for him meant not being together. Always loved the interactions between these two and they were at their best here.

TEEN WOLF, "Lunar Ellipse", August 19, 2013, Actors: Dylan O'Brien, Linden Ashby, Haley Webb, Felisha Terrell, Max and Charlie Carver
The Scenes: The ending sequence at school & Stiles shows up to save the parents & Jennifer fights the alpha twins & Kali

Justyna Kubica: I want to say the entire episode, but that's clearly not something I could call "scene of the week", so after a while, I chose the ending sequence at the school. It was just so nice to see everyone happy after everything that's happened this season. And what Scott said, about his friends being the ones that keep him away from the darkness, well, that's just beautiful. For me, one of the best parts of the show was and always will be the friendship between Scott and Stiles, so I was glad to see them still be there for each other. I also liked the way the sequence was filmed and the song in the background. I really can't wait for what's gonna happen next with our heroes, but this scene makes me think that not matter what, as long as they have each other, they're gonna be fine.
Klutzy Girl: Stiles and Sheriff Stilinski hug after Stiles shows up to save the parents. I love their relationship so much and hope it will improve now that Papa Stilinski finally knows the truth.
Jamie Coudeville: Jennifer fights the alpha twins & Kali - This is probably my favorite scene of the season. I love how badass this scene was.
A Dahne: I love a great fight scene and this was one of Teen Wolf's best. I especially liked the facial expressions between Blake and Kali. It was personal for them and they both did a great job of showing that they were friends in the past but now it was a fight to the death. Plus the special effects of raising the glass were cool.

THE BRIDGE, "Destino", August 21, 2013, Actors: Diane Kruger, Demián Bichir, Ted Levine, Larry Clarke, Chris Browning, Johnny Dowers
The Scene: Officer Stokes has his head blown off & The action sequence
Officer Stokes has his head blown off with a sniper rifle. Caught be off-guard and actually made me jump.
Laurent Derré: Sonya talks to Jack Childress on the phone while Marco, Hank and Tim try to catch him. Brutal and suspenseful, with a thrilling confrontation at the end... Perfect!
Alex Zhora: This sequence is made as good as its likes in best crime thrillers on current TV. It also serves as an opportunity for The Bridge's talented principal and supporting cast to do more than usual and very well might be the season's best so far, I think.

TRUE BLOOD, "Radioactive", August 18, 2013, Actors: Deborah Ann Woll, Chris Bauer, Rutina Wesley, Adina Porter, Ryan Kwanten, Rob Kazinsky, Rutger Hauer, Anna Paquin
The Scenes: Jessica offers Andy and his daughter protection & Tara's mom apologizes to her and offers to be her human donor & Jason kills Warlow
Romain Ossust:
Jessica offers Andy and his daughter protection without having to feed her. Both Deborah Ann Woll (Jess) and Chris Bauer (Andy) were absolutely great, the scene was quite intense.
Laurent Derré: Jessica is offering her help to Andy and his daughter. I really like Jess' character, she always been very human for a vampire. Very emotional scene and great performance.
Christopher Reilly: Tara's mom Lettie Mae apologizes for her treatment of Tara and offers to be her human donor.
Darth Locke: Jason kills Warlow.

UNDER THE DOME, "The Fourth Hand", August 19, 2013, Actors: Colin Ford, Britt Robertson, Mackenzie Lintz
The Scenes: Joe, Norrie and Angie touch the mini dome together & Joe with the chickens
Sharon Seymour:
Joe, Norrie and Angie all touch the mini dome together and a 4th "invisible" handprint appears.
Klutzy Girl: I agree with Sharon Seymour. The end with the fourth hand was interesting and I can't wait to see who the fourth person is!

Bradley Adams: Joe attempts to round up the chickens. So funny. 

Justyna Kubica
21. Student. SpoilerTV Writer. Loves Movies, TV Shows (SPN, Doctor Who, Fringe, Merlin, Sherlock, Once Upon A Time, POI etc) and Books (HP). Fantasy&SciFi geek! Scene Of The Week articles author.

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