Axeman uses the phrase "little death" AKA La petite mort (French) is an expression which means "the brief loss or weakening of consciousness" and in modern usage refers specifically to "the sensation of orgasm as likened to death". See more »
Fiona orders a martini, "filthy." The martini she receives, has olives which normally comes with a dirty martini, but is visibly, not "filthy." See more »
No security? Don't you want to check us for weapons?
Ha! Cher, I took down your entire company with about as much effort as it takes for me to mix myself a Rob Roy. And Marie... Marie is immortal, for Christ's sake. You think we're worried about guns? Which reminds me... I need a drink. Waiter. Martini, please. Filthy.
Do you want something?
And a Sprite.
Uh, *Diet* Sprite.
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Quick review for an episode that seemed to go by too quick
That's right! If you are an fan of the show, this season probably has not been your favorite. However, in this episode, the story seems to emerge from this season's standard of being a raw version of "Buffy the Vampire Slayer." This season has been mostly fallen into a Sci-Fi/Drama until now.
Tonight, with the episode: "Protect the Coven," The premise of the entire series seems to emerge in one of the most unsettling episodes of the season.
If this is a sign of things to come, for the next two episodes, it may all pay off with the series returning to its roots.
LOVED THIS ONE! Blood, Guts, Gore, Catalysts, hooks, this episode is DEFINITELY worth watching, over several others in this season.
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