Rookie Blue > Rookie Blue Review: A Unique Kind of Foreplay > Comments Page 2
Damn....I just realized from all these comments that this is viewed a a chick show. Why did I not see this before?
I love the fact that Sam is taking it slow. Andy needs to get Luke completely out of her system before she can be in any serious relationship. His ever so slight suggestions that the people who know her care about what happens to her; letting himself be her 'punching' bag, etc. One day, Andy will wake up and realize that Luke was just a passing fling, that the true love of her life has been right in front of her all the time.
Sighs.. I feel like I can start writing scripts now cus this is what I had predicted in the comment I made on the previous review of "The One that got away". Swarek isnt going to rush things, I mean hell, he didnt rush anything for the past year, just cus she's single doesnt mean he will! He's showing his caring and dedicated side to her-- or as he so rightly put it " I'm there when it counts". I dont see a rush in their romance, even though I would thrive on it.. I dont think it will last in the long run if they rush into anything.
Secondly, if Peck had feelings for Dov, it wouldve been written into the script that she was jealous or acting strangely about him being on a date with someone else! So I am glad to see for once there's a close bond with a guy and a girl that doesnt lead to sexual chemistry!
This epi was def one of the better ones for the season. I feel like I keep watching it and expecting more but I still end up feeling less that satisfied. I really enjoyed First Se
Why is Jo gone? :(
This was by far the best episode of the series. Everybody got a piece, and it wasn't the treacly "who's sleeping with who" crap that some reviewers love to focus on. A lot happened in this hour of tv. Watching the team gel and develop real camaraderie and chemistry was excellent. Andy continues to be a bonehead when it comes to being suckered, though. Hell, the cash register girl at the front of the store could tell that Blue Guy was going to ram her with the shopping cart.
Elsewhere, Nash was involved in an amusing scene with the two bickering EMTs and played a terrific scene with her message to her young child. Warm and earnest. I rewound and watched it a couple of times. And I'm glad they gave the EMTs something legitimate and specific to bicker about.
I enjoyed that the show runners have started to fill the frame with activity. The poker action in the background while Sam and Andy are trying to crack a case gave the station a feeling as if there were things happening
Another great episode of a great show. I'm with you that it did look a bit like their own version of foreplay..
I loved Sam in this episode! He knew exactly what to say, and all his comments were so witty and cute. I love that he isn't making a romantic move on Andy, and also not causing a scene with Luke. Sam is just being a shoulder to lean on.
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