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Scene Of The Week - December 11, 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.

ARROW, "What We Leave Behind", December 7, 2016, Actors: Stephen Amell, Katie Cassidy
The Scene: Laurel appears in the Team Arrow lair (picked by Marko Pekic, Diana & Donna Chidley)

ASH VS EVIL DEAD, "Home Again", December 4, 2016, Actors: Bruce Campbell and more
The Scene: Ash mourns the loss of Pablo
Massively drunk Ash mourns the loss of Pablo, while driving the Delta in circles.

CHANCE, "Camera Obscura", December 7, 2016, Actors: Ethan Suplee, Hugh Laurie
The Scene: D shows Eldon how to kill a man with a knife
D shows Eldon Chance how to use a knife to best kill a man.

GOOD BEHAVIOR, "Beautiful Things Deserve Beautiful Things", December 6, 2016, Actors: Terry Kinney, Michelle Dockery, The Scene: Christian plays con man with Letty
Darth Locke:
Such much fun in watching Christian pretend to be a famous actor and partake in Letty's con of another con! Good Behavior just keeps opening it's scope all around and continues to surprise me!

LETHAL WEAPON, "Jingle Bell Glock", December 7, 2016, Actors: Damon Wayans, Clayne Crawford and more, The Scene: Murtaugh family shows up at Riggs' trailer
Justyna K:
It was incredibly hard Christmas for Riggs, especially as we find out during the episode just how important this time was for him and his wife. Throughout the hour we finally get to meet and learn more about Miranda, which helps to understand Martin's loss and how much he's falling apart without her. The truth is that even though on most days he seems to be doing better, the pain is not going away and there's still plenty of good and bad days ahead of him. So to have Roger and his family show up there for him, when he needs support the most, means everything. In the short time they've known each other, Riggs and Murtaugh have already become really good friends. And since Roger has such a wonderful family, it's no surprise how they all quickly accepted Martin as a part of it. It was a beautiful thing, to see all the Murtaughs (after a scary experience of their own) showing up at Riggs' trailer to celebrate Christmas with him. Couldn't have asked for better friends than that. Kudos to the wonderful cast & crew of this great show, which continues to excel with its mix of heart, action and humor.

MARVEL'S AGENTS OF SHIELD, "The Laws of Inferno Dynamics", December 6, 2016, Actors: Henry Simmons, Natalia Cordova-Buckley, The Scene: Mack and Elena kiss
Klutzy girl:
This is something I've been waiting for for a while and it was the best moment of the episode.

THE AFFAIR, "303", December 4, 2016, Actors: Brendan Fraser, Dominic West, The Scene: Gunther dislocates Noah's shoulder
Darth Locke:
I didn't follow any season 3 spoilers for this series this year and to my surprise, I didn't realize that Gunther was played by Brendan Fraser in what has to be the creepiest role I have ever seen him in! He was truly fantastic in his obsessive behavior towards Noah throughout the entirety of this episode from both in giving an over affectionate praise to a controlling brute! I think it's too easy that he is one behind the throat-cutting in the current story, but none the less to Fraser going from an attractive likable action-adventure comedian in average 90's films to playing this kind of dark sociopathic character should be commended!

THE FLASH, "The Present", December 6, 2016, Actors: Grant Gustin, Candice Patton, Jesse L. Martin and more, The Scene: Christmas party at West house
Justyna K:
With so many winter finales around, it was almost impossible to choose just three scenes to highlight this week. For most part, it ended up being about the holiday spirit and hopeful celebrations for me and this show gave us quite a few beautiful scenes for Christmas. As everyone gathers at West house, all the things they had to struggle with recently are put aside to take a moment and appreciate what they all have right now. The team officially welcomes Kid Flash when Wally finally gets his costume and a chance to be a hero he always wanted to become. Julian also gets his chance, a second one, to make things right with Barry and look for support from his new friends. Joe finds a new love while Barry and Iris take another step in their relationship. And in a lovely shot, Caitlin sees a little good in her new gift, as she makes this a white Christmas for all her friends. It's the little things that make the world a much brighter place, so it's a beautiful scene to watch and see some happiness for our characters. Kudos to cast & crew for the great episode!

THE WALKING DEAD, "Sing Me a Song", December 4, 2016, Actors: Jeffrey Dean Morgan and more
The Scene: Negan punishes man with Iron (picked by DarkUFO)

THIS IS US, "Last Christmas", December 6, 2016, Actors: Sterling K. Brown and more, The Scene: Randall realizes who Jessie is
Klutzy girl:
Randall wonders who Jessie is and if his father's ever mentioned him, but Tess comes right out and tells her father that William's either gay or bi. The fact that this came from a child was absolutely amazing and the look on Randall's face after the realization was so sweet.

TIMELESS, "Last Ride of Bonnie & Clyde", December 5, 2016, Actors: Abigail Spencer, Matt Lanter
The Scene: Lucy and Wyatt kiss (picked by Diana)

WESTWORLD, "The Bicameral Mind", December 4, 2016, Actors: Evan Rachel Wood, Anthony Hopkins, Ed Harris and more, The Scenes: Dolores confronts the Man in Black & Dolores kills Ford
Justyna K: The show is truly one of the best series of the year. The story, the breathtaking performances and all the incredible effects made it absolutely memorable and something to look forward to in the future seasons. It was a powerful and wonderfully done finale with so many scenes I'd like to highlight and talk through with you, from William's change sequence to Maeve choosing to find her daughter, there's a lot of things to cover. But since one of my final choices is already included in the article, I'd like to mention another - the big confrontation between Dolores and the Man in Black after she realizes who he truly is. Even though I wasn't much of a fan when it comes to William's character, his story with Dolores became one of main plots of the season and to see her realize the truth about what happened to this once good and honest man was such a powerful moment. Just a look on her face, the pain and fear when she understands, says everything. Such a incredibly acted part by the great Evan Rachel Wood. And then we finally get to see Dolores' loop, the confirmation of the multiple timelines theory, the truth about her being lost in her memories... Which leads us to the breaking point when Dolores finally confronts the villain of her story and almost wins... until he stabs her when she's not able to shoot him. With William's memory fading away. And for once, Teddy gets to stop the Man in Black and take Dolores away, even if he's not able to save her. Their goodbye is another memorable moment from the hour, truly heartbreaking and cruel once we see the truth behind it. Such an incredible story and an impressive show. Kudos to cast & crew for all their work into making this one!
Darth Locke: Although Jonathan Nolan tells us that Dolores made this choice on her own, it was so systematically familiar to Arnold's death along with suspecting that Ford anticipated this scenario in that I don't know if I fulIy trust Dolores' actions being her own, it still was a masterful climatic scene to watch! Both Sir Anthony Hopkins and Evan Rachel Wood did a fantastic job. I will miss this series dearly while it's on a long hiatus.
Donna Chidley: Dolores killing Ford and the board, his last narrative. Also picked by DarkUFO & Diana

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