Yep you are obviously alone with your vibe. I don t agree with any of your review - sorry!
The Chief of Staff had George killed. I like to have my predictions in writing.
Sorry, my mistake. The music was Schubert's Piano Trio Op. 100, 2nd mvt. And now I know why I don't really care for this show. As well written and well acted as it is, it is, at bottom, about nothing more than bunch of overpaid hotshot lawyers trying to outsmart one another. There's no sense that anything is really at stake, that justice is being served. There is only the game, and at a certain point, I stopped caring who wins the next round.
Tony has always had a thing for brunettes. Just coz this character happens to be played by a brunette, doesn't mean she is/was a love interest. People can work together without sex getting in the way, just look at the 8 years Tony worked with Ziva and nothing happened there.Hmmmm, wasn't Gibbs brunette?Ha!Ha!Ha!Ha!
I think Ray slipped that phone w/ the Brigette video into Mickey's pocket. That would explain why he went after Mickey so hard not once but twice. And he had to do something to get himself arrested so he can see Terry.
In a musical note, the march you kepylt hearing during the prison scenes was Schubert's Arpeggione Sonata.
amo a Callie y Arizona, juntas forever.
“outlander” is a bodice ripper that, one would think, would appeal more to women. Judging from the comments posted about the show, it does. “Satisfaction” is about love. There’s some sex in it but not a lot and it is tastefully done. There’s lots of dialogue, little action. All of that, lead me to believe it would be more popular with women than men. I can’tfind any male-female demographics on the show, but judging from the posters in the comments section here and a couple of other places, there seem to be more male viewers than women. Or maybe men are more likely to post comments. What gives? Can anyone shed some light on the male-female demographics for “Satisfaction” viewers?
I know my wife was turned off by the Master Bedroom scene and won't watch it she pretty open minded but I guess it just struck a chord. I'll have to suggest outlander to her. She won't find it herself.
Was it the way the sex was displayed or that she doesn't like shows about cheating?
Why was it necessary to portray Frank as a less than ideal husband - "a realistic one" - and at the same time, wrap Jamie into some portrayal of the ideal man? I thought this show would be able to rise about this romance novel crap?
Great review!! Now that the season is winding down the episodes get better and better. I think the wife is going to be a crucial character going forward. I agree that they should keep the creature hooded. Way more menacing.
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