Love this episode. Have everything on it #batb
I believe Laura has every right to be concerned and deserves a LOT of respect for wanting to protect her family. Anita is acting super creepy and totally disrespects her. Anita took the little girl outside, got her soaking wet, brought her back, changed her clothes, put her back in her bed and then lied to Laura about doing it. WHERE did she take the little girl...and what happened to her while they were out???? I'd have sent her back right then!
Frankly, I'm getting a little tired of the frat boy pranks and Cameron's tantrums...GROW UP! Think that Cameron's comments in the social media an episode back about "Gordon 'hanging' a couple kids on Donna so she's trapped and has no way out" has something to do with Donna getting an abortion...and then she asks Cameron to take her to the clinic to get it done! GO FIGURE!Joe's call to Sarah was a good point in the show...too bad his manipulative ways with Mutiny and Sarah's father showed us he hasn't changed one bit! Another good point was Donna singing her little girl to sleep over the phone.What's up with Gordon's brother getting so upset over Gordon being with his ex-girlfriend (especially since his WIFE is in the room with them)??? Is he having an affair with her ???
I enjoyed this ep. found it action packed and entertaining. I know ppl want all this romance, but honestly, if you don't have a story line to back it, it gets old fast. so far it's been a really good balance.
HRG's poster says "Forget what you know". Where in the world did you see DEFEND? O.O just wondering
I wouldn't mind if the doctor became a series regular, if not a part of the crew, she seems like a very interesting character and her chemistry with Dav would provide a nice counterpoint for his puppy eyes towards Dutch.
I find the whole show entertaining and weird. Vince Vaughn's character is dark and paranoid and I like it. The dialogue is what I'd expect from these "people". Ray's visit to his father after the dream was very telling.
We are not being led to believe these robots are dense. The whole point of the story is there are a few robots who are different from the standard robots and they can think, feel and possibly hurt like a human. Anita is having memories because she is one of those few.
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Wow. What a great episode. It's so utterly frustrating having everyone apart right now when they would all be working so much better together. First off, Cameron and Donna still don't get each other. Thank god for John, even though his best advice goes unheeded. Did they miss his stint in prison? He took the time to learn from it and is quite wise. I loved that Joe used his leverage as a chance to make Mutiny better. Honestly, the love of commodore 64s is so short sighted (and hindsight is 20/20), and he's wanted a broad user interface for so long (something else that proves to be fruitful), so as much as I wanted to smack him for playing hardball, he's been wishing for a chance to push his agenda for a long time, too. The best part is that the lie led to him realizing how friggin smart they really are. Kinda brilliant. I'd be remiss if I left it unsaid how incredibly hot it was when Joe called Sarah after recognizing she had been in the apartment. I've never been particularly fond of Lee Pace, but I can definitely see what all the fuss was about now. Finally, I'm surprised how little I care about Gordon's story at the moment. I should care. I don't. Something's gotta give with his involvement to get him closer to the action.
Carissa:Thought it was a lot of technobabble to get me too invested in Commodore 64s and what else Joe called Sarah. When was that? I thought Gordon's move was gutsy as hell. Shows like The Office (and I'm not sure who else) could never get themselves to cross the line of having the good guy commit infidelity.
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