Stolen from my own journal litalex.
First, I must say how unhappy I am that they only have 14 episodes this season, but like someone else said, better 14 good ones then 22 mediocre ones. Anyway, I must say, everyone pretty much acted out of character, but they've been doing so the last few episodes; then again, with enough build-up, a writer can probably make anything believable. And all of the characters' actions are quite believable. And because the two producers wrote season 3 themselves, the show was quite good and the continuity amazing. All those wonderful arcs.
Nothing major on the cliffhanger front for ( mini spoiler?Collapse ) or ( more mini spoiler?Collapse ) fans (or even ( yet more mini spoilerCollapse ) fans), though surprise, surprise for ( definite spoilerCollapse ) fans. Poor Emmet and also pretty big surprise for Ted fans, especially ( spoilers!Collapse ) fans. The writers/producers are just not very big on cliffhangers with people I care about, I guess. In fact, I'm surprised they didn't do a cliffhanger on the ( good gods, even more spoilersCollapse ) arc.
Anyway, I love Brian, Justin, and Brian/Justin, as always. The more I know about Hunter, the more I like him (and hate his ( yes, I should just spoiler the whole stupid thingCollapse )). Benjamin is just wonderful, as (nearly) always. I will not talk about what I think of ( *yawn* yet moreCollapse ) actions, reckless though they might be. And I must say, I adore Em.
That's that for now.
p.s. I guess I need to pontificate on Brian, too, LOL, in order to be a real Brian girl. Hmm, how do I love thee? Let me count the ways. I love the way your hair softly frames your perfect face with its beautiful features. I love how bright your eyes shine when you look at Justin, especially during the finale, when you told him why you did what you did. I love your impeccable fashion sense, and your flawless way of decorating the loft. I love how you always walk with confidence, even when you're feeling most vulnerable. I love...simply everything about you, Brian Kinney, and I wish you and Justin every happiness possible, even though neither of you is real.