Private Practice > Private Practice Review: "Blind Love" > Comments Page 2
I loved the interaction between the characters! How they showed how much they love Charlotte even when she was the bad guy 1 and a half season!
It was so clear that Bizzy is going to take her life, but Kate showed great acing once more! I love the show!
@Lara Violet was mentioned in the episode last week that she was busy with meetings in New York. And Pete did mention Violet this week as well, in passing when talking to Cooper (about how he wouldn't want Sam working on the guy if it had been Violet). But she'll be back next week (thank god!)
@Aries93 Audra is quitting for family reasons. Amy had a break last season due to medical reasons and this season her time away has been spent on a side-project. I think Amy cares too much about her character and the show to just leave, while Audra naturally has to prioritize her daughter.
Without a doubt, one of the most intense episodes of Private Practice to date. The events themselves weren't necessarily intense but what brought this episode to life were the emotions that you saw through all the characters, especially Charlotte and Addison. This episode definitely belonged to the both of them. And personally, I don't know why they had to squeeze in that case of Amelia and Pete.
Anyway, for Charlotte's story, I loved how it developed throughout the entire episode. The vulnerability and weakness that she showed when she first talked to Sam about it was great and it became even better when she discussed her dilemma with Cooper, Sheldon, and Naomi. That moment when she entered the OR was also great but nothing could beat the scene when she said "I am not afraid of you". I hope a similar kind of breakthrough can be experienced by all survivors of this horrid act. I loved seeing how Charlotte got through what happened to her by being faced with Lee. I wish there were m
She left for New York to get her book published the episode before last. I wish she'd hurry up and come back though. I miss her.
Love Private Practice - but where is Violet? They haven't even mentioned her in the past several episodes. How do they explain that?
To begin with Charlotte's storyline, I must say that they're handling it well. It's enjoyable to watch and I am glad she got to confront her rapist and say what she needed to. I was proud and that she took the moral high ground and didn't kill him. But to be honest, if she had of killed him, I wouldn't have blamed her. I would have applauded her. And if I were on the jury, not guilty. Lee has done something horrible and like Sam said "he deserves something more horrible than death".
As for Amelia and Pete's storyline (which was left out of the review), I completely disagreed with Amelia on this, it was selfish of her to contact that woman's mother-in-law. If she said she could handle it, she could have. But it doesn't make Pete any better covering up for her after she had the surgery to fix her sight (only to make it worse). All and all though, it was resolved with a borderline happy ending.
I agree with the review, Addison did the right thing respecting Susan's wishes. Even thou
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