Saturday, October 29, 2011

T.V. Casual Talk:The Secret Circle on The CW "All Witches Are Not Created Equal"

In The Secret Circle's Episode 7, "Masked", of last Thursday we had one of the best exciting t.v. watches concerning the supernatural.
The promo video for The Secret Circle's Episode 8, "Beneath" which is coming up! Looking amazing and should've fans feeling some enthusiasm.

                                         Official CW Show Overview
Cassie Blake was a happy, normal teenage girl - until her mother Amelia dies in what appears to be a tragic accidental fire. Orphaned and deeply saddened, Cassie moves in with her warm and loving grandmother Jane in the beautiful small town of Chance Harbor, Washington - the town her mother left so many years before - where the residents seem to know more about Cassie than she does about herself. As Cassie gets to know her high school classmates, including sweet-natured Diana and her handsome boyfriend Adam, brooding loner Nick, mean-girl Faye and her sidekick Melissa, strange and frightening things begin to happen. When her new friends explain that they are all descended from powerful witches, and they've been waiting for Cassie to join them and complete a new generation of the Secret Circle, Cassie refuses to believe them - until Adam.  

In Wake (Season 1, Episode 6)
Jake a newcomer to the circle is introduced who was drawn into Chance Harbor, Washington because of his brother's death who is Nick. Jake soon puts two and two together and knows his death was caused by witchcraft.

The episode also highlights Cassie and Jake's instant connection. Which was really reminiscent of sharing good and sorrowful moments.

It's later that Cassie is attacked by a supposed "witch". Who was out for blood. Luckily Jake comes and stops to what Cassie refers to "psycho after us". Which was hilarious because it's all at once serious but gives us full pause at her words.  The Circle rallies to keep together.

Then Jake who is unwelcomed by the circle because of his bad drifter vibe. Although he's disliked  more by Adam than the others for once destroying his father's bar/pub. Then there is Faye that has had a romantic past with him but was later supposedly toseed aside by him.

Jake is later confronted by the psycho witch girl. Then we discover he's part of the scheme. He's trying to kill the circle. Too bad for Jake the witch girl turns on him because he's holding her back. But then, Cassie bursts into the scene and with her magical powers stops witch girl from killing Jake.

As the episode ends, Jake and Cassie seem to have the strongest relationship so far. I mean sure Diana and Cassie are really good friends but to me it seems that Cassie and Jake can talk to each other about anything. They have an easy friendship. I'm not sure how I feel about this because I have always felt that that I love the idea of Adam and Cassie as meant to be since "They're written in the stars". All the while I was thinking go away Jake yet at the same time his strong presence makes things look interesting.

In Masked (Season 1, Episode 7)
It was a fantastic episode. Here is why....
For the episode's start we can see that Faye local Bad girl/ Mean girl of Chance Harbor, Washington is wearing a skimpy almost topless blouse. All while, trying to convince Cassie to have a Halloween party while there shopping at a Halloweeny shop owned by Calvin Wilson.

Cassie agrees only because she sees this as a good chance to get Diana and Adam back together. That's what draws me to Cassie that no matter the situations that are happening she's always trying to put things together. To keep everyone happy, what a leader. It seems she is meant to be the real leader of The Secret Circle.

While Luke is inspired by Faye to go to the party with Cassie. At this point I was so happy because Luke seem genuinely interested in Cassie. Leaving Faye with Jake.

It's soon that the party begins but before that, Cassie has to make sure of who was the witch girl. What she was. She heads for Calvin Wilson's shop. But finds no real answers.
That has to do with Jake he having gotten to Calvin Wilson. And with one of the most delightful performance of "Ding dong, the witch's dead" threat to keep quiet if Cassie came asking for answers.

At the party the Circle is slowly captured by masked boys which Cassie soon finds are really witch hunters. Witches and witch hunters were very unexpected but will sure be interesting to watch especially with Jake working as a double agent. Which is strange since he is a witch! I can guess why he'd do it, though so there may still be hope for Jake yet.
While a lot of things did happen in the series this week what surprised the most was revelations concerning Cassie Blake.
All of which ends with the nice scary but somehow pleasant da-da-da-da-da, Secret Circle theme song. Absolutely look forward to it all the time!

Revelations and Theories



1. Revelation: Cassie has black magic making her an abnormal witch from "The Secret Circle".
Theory: Cassie's magic is much more amazing and strong.


2. Revelation: Cassie's father is a man with the name of John Blackwell.
He was said to be "EVIL" by Adam's father, Ethan. I was so excited that we got this much information from "Masked"! You really just want to know what's the difference between regular magic and dark magic.
Theory: John's black magic has been passed to Cassie. But how strongly is it inside of her?


3. Revelation: Jake happens to find out from Calvin Wilson how Cassie's magic works and her real father.
Theory: Maybe, Jake will try to help Cassie not be overwhelmed by her dark magic.


4. Revelation: Cassie receives a letter signed J.B.
= John Blackwell 
Theory: He's trying to contact her. It has been shown that John had to do a lot with the boat fire's accident which killed many of the witches of Cassie's mom's line. He's probably trying to awaken Cassie's dark magic.


Greatest Performances
Jake (Chris Zylka): The most delightful performance of "Ding dong, the witch's dead" threat




Calvin Wilson telling Jake about Cassie's dark magic. To which Jake says " Do you really think people can change?". Calvin replies, " Of Course...." Then Jake responding, " Yeah, well I dont!".


Cassie (Britt Robertson): A scene where she's been captured by the witch hunters and screams in distress and her evil magical powers burst through. Reaction? Oh, Woww. Was really cool!


Luke (Zachary Burr Abel): Telling Cassie he's proud of his witch hunter heritage unlike how Cassie and The Circle shouldn't be.
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