Saturday, April 18, 2015

The Royals: Episode 2 Recap

Episode #2
Title: Infants of the Spring
Aired: 3/22/2015
Creator: Mark Schwahn

Written by: Julia Cohen, Johnny Richardson, Michelle Ray
Directed by: Arlene Sandford, Mark Schwahn, Jean de Sesonzac
Prince Liam is reunited with his ex-girlfriend Gemma at the annual garden party. Elsewhere, the Queen and Cyrus work to counteract King Simon's wishes.

I think I might start calling these recaps, they are more of a recap than a review.  You already know what I think of the characters, but in this episode we get to meet another character.  Her name is Gemma and she's the prince Liam's ex girlfriend.  You must know straight off that I don't like her, I love him with Ophelia, but the ex is the type of girl you would normally see a prince with.  The stuck up female, who thinks she knows it all.  Now you can see why she gets on my nerves so much.

Ophelia does try to counteract the new ex that tries to weave her way back into Liam's life, with the queens help of course.  It doesn't really end well for Ophelia this time.  Let's just say Kentucky bourbon isn't really a good way to try to win a contest. 

In this episode the Queen and the Kings brother try to change the King's mind on doing away with the monarchy.  Again in this episode I love the King, he's okay with Liam falling for Ophelia, even though she's the daughter of his head of security.

I also want to mention the Prince getting back at his mother was a riot and the Queen saying FML was even better! Another great reason why I love this show so much. 

My favorite line this time is actually a text.  I love my mum #LOL.  The Princess types something else in this episode and ends up with her actual text changed to this.  I laughed so hard at this one.

Again this show doesn't disappoint and again it gets another Ali's Bookshelf...

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