Bitten: 306 Review “Rule Of Anger”

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It could just be me, but every episode I watch of Bitten seems to move in slow motion, even when there is a ton of action. I really feel like this could be by design, but I really cannot tell. I am just glad we were able to see some more witchy type stuff, because sometimes just living in the world of the wolves gets a little boring. Don’t get me wrong, I love the idea of werewolves, but I like a mix of supernatural beings added in.

I feel so bad for Rachel, because she has been through so much. She found out the man that she loved was a werewolf, found out she was pregnant, and if it was a boy, he would be taken from her. The idea that her baby would be raised by someone other than her is just ridiculous to me. She was kidnapped by a crazy warlock, injected with witches blood, and the love of her life,Logan was killed. It is no wonder that Nick automatically thought it was the baby performing all the magic tricks. These scenes with Rachel, Rocco, Paige, Nick, and Katia were the highlights of the episode for me. I tuned the other stuff out, because it was not as interesting to me. Clay, and Elena were just trying to rescue one of their friends, Red eye is just plain one crazy dude!

I loved that idea that due to the witch blood Rachel was injected with could turn her son into a warlock/wold hybrid, and that Jeremy might not want a hybrid around his pack. It turns out that Rocco was not the one producing the magic, but it was Rachel, and it turns out that she always had the ability. Hey, guess what? She can learn how to control her power, and that will keep Jeremy from taking her baby. I also think it is possible that Rocco could have some magical abilities himself, when he becomes of age to grow into his powers. I think it would get rid of the ridiculous rules that both the witch coven, and the wolf pack have that rules all their lives.

BITTEN -- "Rule of Anger" Episode 306 -- Pictured: (l-r) Steve Lund as Nick Sorrentino, Genelle Williams as Rachel Sutton -- (Photo by: Shane Mahood/Syfy/She-Wolf Season 3 Productions)

BITTEN — “Rule of Anger” Episode 306 — Pictured: (l-r) Steve Lund as Nick Sorrentino, Genelle Williams as Rachel Sutton — (Photo by: Shane Mahood/Syfy/She-Wolf Season 3 Productions)

Rachel could keep and raise her own child, Nick could help with the change, and should he start to produce magic, Paige can help in that regard. And there would be no more killing of a male child that a witch gave birth to. I wonder if Paige thinks that Rocco could produce magic when he reaches maturity, and she just can’t see it right now? Speaking of Nick, and Paige, I am totally rooting for them to become a couple.

Nick was so heartbroken about not hearing anything from her after she just left. I know that a witch and wolf are not supposed to be together, but I really feel that the whole situation with Rachel, and Rocco are paving the way for this scenario to become a reality. If Paige doesn’t let the lawyer go in favor of Nick, I will take Nick off her hands, every day of the week, and twice on Sunday!

I really wish that Katia had not overheard that Roman was hunting down witches, because then the life of an innocent baby would not be at risk! What did you think of this episode? I was more of a fan of the scenes I mentioned above, because it had substance and value, and will come into play later on. The stuff with Red Eye will as well, but for me it was too violent, and it was just more fighting that just dragged on and on. Sound off below!

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Diane Selburg