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Scene Of The Week - July 17, 2016 + POLL

A weekly feature in which we're trying to find the most compelling, best acted, written, directed and just generally great, memorable scenes that we've seen in past seven days on TV.

12 MONKEYS, "Blood Washed Away", July 11, 2016, Actors: Aaron Stanford, Amanda Schull, Kirk Acevedo and more, The Scene: The final scene
Justyna K:
What an insane ending that was! Starting from Cassie's discovery that Cole is the owner of the house from her visions, then through the two finally getting together and ending on everyone dying at Titan. So many things happened in a few minutes and I still haven't finished processing it. First of all, what does the house mean for the Witness? It would seem he has some kind of connection with Cole, is it possible he's not as evil as one might assume? Also, it's good that Cassie and Cole finally decided to start the relationship. Their story is certainly an emotional one and it seems that a moment of peace and happiness is something they both needed. Also, I believe people are always stronger together than apart. Making these two people clearly in love with each other just in the right place for a new beginning. And then there's the massacre at Titan. Something I never saw coming and I'm very much hoping will get rewritten in the finale. It is a time travel show after all. The scene with Cassie and Cole being intertwined with the shocking image of Ramse, Deacon, Marcus and Hannah being brutally murdered was absolutely haunting, very memorable and really well done. Will not forget about this one anytime soon. Kudos to cast & crew for their fantastic work!

BABY DADDY, "The Love Seat", July 13, 2016, Actors: Derek Theler, Chelsea Kane
The Scene: Danny and Riley reconcile
Klutzy girl:
It's something I've been waiting for since they broke up and it didn't disappoint.

MR. ROBOT, "", July 13, 2016, Actors: Rami Malek, Christian Slater, Michel Gill, The Scenes: Elliot meets with Gideon & Elliot gets shot in the head
Elliot meets with Gideon while Mr. Robot plays with his head: Oh god, the Mr. Robot premiere, while weird, allowed for some really complex character insight. It was all over the place, but at the same time it was incredibly intriguing. No moment got to me more than when Gideon was asking Elliot for help and Mr. Robot tried to convince Elliot to do it and starts playing with his head. When he asks him "if I slit his throat, would that be me or you?" I immediately said out loud "oh s***". It is the kind of moments in which you realize your protagonist is incredibly dangerously unreliable due to the fracture of his consciousness and it's a marvel to explore. I love Mr. Robot and I hope to see more of these incredible moments as the season goes.
Jimmy Ryan: Elliot gets shot in the head by Mr. Robot, but rises from the dead seconds later.

STRANGER THINGS, "Chapter One: The Vanishing of Will Byers", July 15, 2016, Actors: Winona Ryder and more, The Scene: Joyce receives a phone call from her missing son
Nirat Anop:
Joyce receives a phone call from her missing son whilst reminiscing over old photos with her son Jonathan. During this static filled call, Will's scared breaths are overcome by something inhuman. Joyce’s reaction during the entire call is excruciatingly heartbreaking. There's a quick shot of Joyce’s highly expressive eyes, when she hears the noises of whatever has her son and it’s striking. The way she clutches the phone so tightly, shouts into it, “what have you done to my boy” until a short bolt of electricity moves through the bottom end of the telephone shocking her, is impressive. It’s a subtle and extremely genuine showcase of a worried mother and I was so impressed. Joyce’s painful cries echo into your soul, as she clutches her oldest son, with one hand, helpless and worried for her child following the phone call. Winona Ryder is just utter brilliance, it’s all I need to say. She never falters expressing her love for her two sons, and this scene is one of many, that exemplifies it. There are so many moments where Winona is breathtaking, but I didn’t want to spoil them for anyone who haven’t yet seen the episode(s)/or season. I hope this encourages you to give Netflix’s newest Original Series a go, because it’s so well worth the time, it’s unique, filled with a wonderful supporting cast, plus has a fantastic score/music selection.

THE MUSKETEERS, "Fool's Gold", July 16, 2016, Actors: Alexandra Dowling, Ryan Gage, The Scene: Louis agrees to name Anne regent
Justyna K:
As Anne herself mentions in the scene, she and Louis started their story as friends. There was never love between them, but at one point they both just started hurting each other, one more than the other. It's a great development then, with an understanding, a bridge built between the two, that gives them a chance to end things on good terms, before Louis' death. I always wanted a closure for the two, as I truly did like their friendship at one point in the series and I missed the time when they actually talked to each other with honesty and respect. Both actors are doing a wonderful work on the show and I'm glad to see their interactions in this episode. There's great dynamics and a deep, emotional story there. In a fantastic hour like this one it's always hard to choose just one scene to highlight. There were many beautifully done moments with Porthos, Athos and the rest I could mention in the article but because of this meaningful change of status for the royal couple I just couldn't not go with this one. Kudos to cast & crew for another great episode!

UNREAL, "Casualty", July 11, 2016, Actors: Constance Zimmer, Josh Kelly
The Scene: Quinn threatens Jeremy
Klutzy girl:
Quinn goes after Jeremy and threatens him for attacking Rachel.

ZOO, "The Walls of Jericho", July 12, 2016, Actors: James Wolk, Nora Arnezeder
The Scene: Jackson and Chloe kiss
Klutzy girl:
Jackson and Chloe admit their feelings for each other and kiss.

Justyna JJ Kubica
24. SpoilerTV Writer. Loves Movies (especially Marvel Cinematic Universe), TV Shows (The 100, Agents Of SHIELD, Teen Wolf, Sherlock, Person Of Interest, Supernatural (especially 1-5), The Musketeers, Agent Carter, The Flash, Doctor Who, Fringe, Psych and many more) and Books (Harry Potter!). Fantasy & SciFi geek! Scene Of The Week articles author. Writes reviews for Doctor Who, Sherlock & The Musketeers. Member of SpoilerTV team since 27th November 2011.
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