The faux Ichabod called Abbie lieutenant instead of leftenant, that's how she knew he was a fake.
I loved it!! I was laughing really hard after the spit ball and after Amy spying on Penny and Bernadette at the end and the runing down stairs. The episode premiere wasn't that bad, but compared to this one, it wasn't funny. Except for Sheldon saying he wanted to have coitus with Amy XD
I totally agree that the writers aren't using the situations that they set up to their advantage. Why not have Sheldon teach a bunch of obnoxious grad students? Surely even Sheldon would have learned something from his travels, even if he didn't leave the train stations! So many good possibilities left to hang or not fully developed. I have loved this show from the start, but they need to change things up for more than just Penny.
The Good Wife hasn't lost a beat from last season. It's like a well tuned instrument with that special cadence that makes a sharp right when you least expect it. Kudos to the writers. You never see it coming! Great entertainment without feeling contrived.
I thought it was really good and i liked the way they brought each character into the show it showed what made the penguin and poison ivy go over the edge, then there was cat woman and she saw what happened and that will probably be what brings her and Bruce Wayne close together because she went to his house to scope it out so I am sure they will bump into each other. I like the way it will show how all villains and good guys come together and what for.
I watched the pilot and was not really that impressed. I really like some of the actors so that is a plus but Mr. Glasberg has turned me off because of the changes made on NCIS and like other creators for other popular programs IMO has headed down the wrong path. Gibbs with an ex-wife? Sorry that is a lame story line and has been used by so many shows it makes me sick. Tony, McGee and Abby's roles have been down graded. That is a shame in and of itself. Just sayin'!
I think all involved -- actors, director, designers, producers, et al -- outdid themselves. This was a beautiful, well-paced, sensuous episode -- not the usual gratuitous sex scenes you usually see on cable. The chemistry between the two lead actors is amazing!
Meh, just another cartoonish crime cop show in a period costume.
Yes, unfortunately Sheldon's behavior was more "annoying same ol', same 'ol" than funny. That is a shame, as I've always found Jim Parsons hilarious. Amy's high-school style witchery was funny, but we've seen similar things before on the show. Have to agree that Stuart and Sheldon's mother was the funniest storyline. Penny not so interesting this time.
I'm a fan of Ioan Gruffudd and was very much looking forward to this show but was not impressed with the pilot. It wasn't bad, it just wasn't good. As another review I read said, it was meh. I've never been a fan of the narration, "My name is..." and on we go. I feel like it's lazy writing. Plenty of shows have been able to tell back stories without such that tool and they are usually better written and overall better writers. Since the introduction has been set, maybe they will do away with that and it can improve. Hopefully, he won't keep the new cop friend in the dark too long. It could be to his benefit to have one other person in the know.
The narration continues in Episode 2.
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