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I realize that it begs the question "Why do I read the review, then?" But it nauseates me that the incredibly cheesy, predictable, fey, bland and manipulative romance b-story takes up the bulk of the reviews here. Sad state of affairs. I like the dynamic of the show, and this is one of the only places that I find that reviews it. There's my answer.
As far as the actual show is concerned. I like how the characters are gelling. While we are wasting time with Andy, who seems alone among her peers, the others are finding a rhythm together. Dov and Gail are killing it and are a great sort of Non Team, with his affected stoic look and her catty "let's go shopping" demeanor. I fret for Diaz, who is in danger of getting the Joey Tribbiani treatment soon.
Swarek is a great cop and plays things well in the Box, and Luke, while a heel, is a pretty good investigator. It's a good team. I like that the rookies are starting to be accepted as cops in their own right...I think the show s
I totally understand why Sam left Andy. She was still to busy with Luke and you hear her say through the whole episode saying that luke says so. If I care about someone I would be really mad and shake that person that Luke isn't trustworthy. Sam is head over heels for that girl so he doesn't want to hear wat her cheating exboyfriend thinks.
I thought it was pretty interesting that Luke didn't make a decision in the beginning of this episode. He kept Jo on hold and didn't decided who he would choose. At the end, after Andy believed him and Jo went for her own career (again) he decided that he wanted Andy.
Overall, the episode left me with one question: What kind of bar sells pizza?
So..... that was an interesting episode.. esp. when Sam needed time to "cool off" away from Andy. It truly shows how much he likes her and can't stand the fact that Luke "betrayed" her. I dont see anything major happening to them in the future. I feel as if Andy is truly heart broken and Sam will not break her trust by rushing into anything. (Even though I wished they jump each other bones) most likely if they do it too fast they can relate it to Andy being on a rebound and cut their romance short.
Dov and Peck were so cute! Finishing each other's sentences.. I truly like their friendship and hope that it does NOT turn into a romance. Why cant a girl and I just be good friends for once in a show?
Next week, Dov is supposed to have a date with the Bomb expert from episode Stung so I guess we will truly see how Peck takes it.
I love how they both looked mortified and pissed at Jo's reference about their characters, the dumbass and the blond with lots of make up.
This was a
Sammy, he just left clear he cares for andy , how much ? We don't know but he left all the way for luke to save andy and a posible second change, didn't saw so much chemistry in sandy in this ep, don't pull them away from each other!
wow!!! poor andy almost gets killed and the whole divison knows Luke cheated on her. The first scene w/ Luke and Andy was dramatic. Andy is heartbroken and thinks Luke is "low" for doing that; probably everyone would to. The scene w/ Swarek and McNally was bitter- sweet because Sam thinks Andy is totally not over Luke and sweet well at least they got to talk and Sam said ANYBODY WHO CARED ABOUT YOU. DUHHH? Andy he loves you. I don't know why he left her though but he passsionate for her.
Glad Andy is okay; she is a main character so I thought she would be okay. That Nixon dude is CCCRRRAAZZY creep!! That nerd dude neighbor was easy peasy to figure out he was frisky; "oh I grabbed a beer", "guy w/ gloves on" seriously easy. I knew he was a creepo when he said "nice view" because of Andy.
I loved how Sam cared about Andy and was the only one who was being especially nice. Andy was cold when she said to Sam "your not nice"; Sam is TOTALLY HOT AND SWEET. -... he always asks do you ne
Well that was one suspenseful episode.
Jo pissed me off. Luke was just plain annoying. And as for Andy, I like her even more. :D
I don't think Andy will give Luke another chance, but it won't surprise me if they accidentally sleep together or kiss or do get back together, but it doesn't work out or whatever.
So, do you think Andy's going to give Luke a second chance? I don't think he deserves one, but if he's determined enough, I'm not sure Andy won't cave. Am I wrong?
I hope not to me Luke's actions have clearly demonstaretd why he is not the right person for Andy. I think it would be astep backward for her to take him back. I would like to see her heal from this and come to see that she will be ok without Luke in her life better off even.That she does have man who cares deeply for her in Sam. P.S. I enjoy your writing a lot. Thanks for posting.
The episode was good. And the best part was when Sam admitting he cares for Andy!! I really hope she doesn't go back to Luke, he's a good guy, but he REALLY screwed up.
in the meeting with luke and best, the rookies, noelle, sam, etc. n the parade room, they are zooming on nixon, i liked how andy sat at the back of the room, where sam normally sits for parade.
this case shadows and kind of references the colonel williams case.
also sam realized to that luke slept with jo before the pizza thing, it was he asked where callaghan was - and then jo mentioned that's the story, and they are sticking with it.
luke now going to try and get her back, maybe that will just send her right back to Sam?
Luke's the one who kept flying off the handle and couldn't control himself. That's what got him kicked off the case, not Jo. And in this case, Jo's instincts were right too. The attacker wasn't the Sgt. but a copycat. If it weren't for Jo, he might have gotten away but Luke was mad she didn't blindly follow his lead. Jo can be a nut and she did everything she could to seduce Luke but Luke came off like a jerk.
I actually thought that Jo manipulated the situation to take over luke's case and that why he was mad at her, coupled with the fact that she sat with him in interrogation, as if she had helped catch the guy. This society seems to base a lot on trusting instincts - Sam has mentioned it about Andy. For Jo to not trust Luke's instincts would be a major slight.
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