The father from the NV chapter "ratted" them out. I think the character's name is "Jury." He's the guy that found the shotgun that he used at the murder scene where he found his son. I think the look on Jax's face at the end was more of disgust that he couldn't continue taking apart the Chinese gang like he wanted to. I think he also knows that someone must've "ratted" him out so on top of him having to reluctantly escalate his plan against the Chinese, he must try and figure out who it the "rat." JMHO
Jojobobo questioned whether our society had lost its moral compass based on the number of people who rooted for Neil to get together with Adriana in a poll on Satisfaction USA's facebook page. While I like to believe that America is still the greatest nation in the world, our fellow citizens have me questioning that belief everyday. Why? Let me explain. In my opinion, Neil is the most sympathetic character and the one that is the easiest to root for, Grace is in the middle (because I still have hope for her) and Simon and Adriana are the least sympathetic because their characters are amoral and they are the only two people intentionally trying to hurt others and break up a marriage and family (which in my opinion is a very despicable thing). I don;t dislike Grace as I do Simon and Adriana because I don't think she is intentionally trying to hurt her family; its just the unfortunate result of her bad conduct. So when I see people rooting for Neil and Adriana, and Simon and Grace, what those people are telling me is that they don't mind seeing a family destroyed and a child devastated. It's a sad commentary on our society. But I have already mentioned that I'm disgusted by some of the vile that people have written on other sites (ie. one female poster wanted Neil to shoot Grace). I think that for all of our different opinions on this site, the posters are romantics at heart. I think most, if not all of us want Neil and Grace to be together at the end of the series in a healthy happy marriage because most of us have experienced a happy marriage and we want others to be able to share in the ultimate bliss that is a happy marriage. We might feel that Grace needs to suffer consequences as the result of her infidelity but we don't suggest that out of cruelty but in the simple belief that she has to suffer and feel remorse and guilt if she is ever to heal and actually be the willing partner that Neil deserves. Apparently some viewers watch the show only for its sex and tawdriness and have not gotten nothing from it. I feel sorry for them. I'm happy that the show has opened a dialogue for us and that its made each of us remember that we can't take out partners.spouses for granted and that we need to work on our relationships everyday. I think that would please Sean Jablonski. I wish the writers could write a second season that has obstacles in the path of Neil and Grace (they still have to confront their secrets) without resorting to the cheap theatrics of having Grace continue her affair with Simon. After Grace learned about the depth of Neil's love for her from the Zen Master, I would be saddened by the writers if they take this cheap route in order to build the numbers. They will be risking the message of their show for pure sensationalism. Which is not to say that there shouldn't be some chemistry between Grace and Simon,, because I think that it is needed as the catalyst for Neil to continue to try to grow and become the husband that Grace needs. I just think the show can be better than that and still hold her attention.
I want NBC to bring Shay back. I don't care if they make it a dream or whatever, but I want her back. You don't go around killing off principal characters for ratings and expect your viewer base to stay the same. It was a stupid stupid move. The producers are just flipping nuts. Get rid of the blond bimbo "look-a-like" and get Shay back in the game. Stop killing off characters! We don't need drama TV to have the tragedy of real life. We know people die. Stop pulling at the heart strings.
Tig and Venus ! Lol
I am starting to wonder if they shouldn't rename the show to Frozen Pt 2. All the promos have focused so heavily on the Frozen storyline. The icons on Google plus have changed to the "frosted" look. I believe the same happened on FB. It's just sad.
I was totally looking forward to this episode and I wasn't disappointed, in that it was riveting, and exciting. But I was disappointed in Espo and also in Kate, because they should know Castle by now. He would never deliberately hurt Kate, or Alexis, so for them to so easily believe what they thought was right, was hard to watch. I also felt Castle was a bit too easily on the forgiving side. I couldn't believe when they ended back in the home together. I thought either one would have needed some space. It seems we now have a new antagonist to deal with. I do like the single crime episodes rather than the long arcs, but I will take what I get because this is one of my favorite shows. Great review Christine. I loved it!
Wonder if Gemma is a crazy old lady in a mental ward and this is a story she's telling to a nurse...
I enjoyed this episode very much. The case of the week was good. In it's 12th season some cases will recemble earlier cases so that doesn't matter. The Vance storyline was very good. And Tony answering McGees phone was really funny.
My favorite was all the elsa & anna scenes and emma-hook scenes!
I'm loving the light but heartwarming tone of the show.Every character is likable and well fleshed out.The lead actor is very apt for this role.The narrative moves seamlessly between the COTW format and the flashback sequences.Can't wait to see as to what they deliver in their future installments!
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