“I think people relate to me because I’m real. What you see is what you get. I am always the same person. Anyone who ever says that I’m conceited or self-absorbed honestly doesn’t know anything about me. If you follow my Twitter timeline, you will see that I really am one of the nicest, most down-to-earth people you will ever meet.”—Taraji P. Henson (via piscestoo)
Carter was called by the machine (wasn t shown). The machine told her what she had to do to remain save…and that those things need to be done for the safety of herself, Taylor, Fusco, John and so on! Thats why she died without letting anyone know!!! She ll return in da season finale!!! 💋 She ll rise from the death!!
hahahahahaha….you rock, girl! Only you to make me laugh again on this fandom. :):):) Well, I hope you’re right! ;)
Can someone explain to me why Joss Carter had to die because of a so called “realism thing”? And we have Root firing guns totally comic style just one episode later? Not to mention Reese half dead chase thru New York To me that is just another punch into my stomach…sorry but thats da way i see it!! This whole thing its beyond any logic…..😤😤😤
I really have no intentions of watching in longer. I just watched the last episode for closure, but it was so MEH. The best part were like the last 5 minutes or so. I just can’t without her.
I can’t do it. I have…
I started watching because I was interested in the machine plot and in the first season it was really amazing. Carter grew on me and then took over as the main reason I watched the show. She was developed so well. I can’t watch when there’s this void where she should be. Root is best in small doses and I’m not invested in Shaw. The rest I care about but not enough to keep on watching. Oh well.
Yea, I liked the earlier Machine stuff and now I just feel like they are doing too much with it. I agree so much about Root, she should have remained recurring and not on the main cast list. Like you said, she is much more tolerable in small doses. Shaw, I admit, grew on me a bit in the last few episodes, but I still only felt like her character was most tolerable when she was around Carter. Carter was one of the best characters on tv currently, and without her, for me the show just doesn’t feel right. I am curious to see if this will affect the ratings come January when the show starts again.