I really enjoyed this episode when I saw it a few weeks ago.
I really like the conversation with Andy and Oliver at the end.
I too liked the scene with Dov and Chris. Chris did go confess to Oliver about what is going on, Dov threatened him that if he did not fess up then Dov would.
I felt bad for Chloe. I do not understand how Dov can fight for a girl like he did and then now it seems like he is not that into her!
In Canada we were supposed to get all 22 episodes! I recently found out that it has been decided that the 22 episodes will be split in two seasons. So that means we get 2 short seasons with 11 episodes as the remaining 11 will no be considered Season 6. Not happy about that.
So here in Canada we just saw episode 10 and it was crazy and the finale next week will be even crazier!

Satisfaction Review: Invisible Masks

Disgusting, salacious, tale of sex, cheating and marriage, or a very well written, well acted look at what would drive a spouse, after 18 years of marriage, to totally destroy the foundation of trust and fidelity between their partner and at some point, their daughter. I must have a S/M side lurking inside me because I watched it twice last night. I was really trying to find something in Grace, that would help me see her in a better maybe redeeming way ,but I don't see it. I am sure it's not a popular opinion, but I totally blame her, for destroying (and I believe it will end in divorce) the marriage. 6 month affair, justified because she feels like she's missed out of so much that could have been her life. She can claim that there is no emotional attachment to Simon, but she's not being honest, and neither is Simon when he talks to Neil.
I am not dismissing Neils role in all of this. He also has stepped out of the marriage.Two one night stands as an escort, but mentally, we would be led to believe for a couple of years. I think the 2 escort dates were out of revenge, and hurt because of what he saw . It also,by the end of the second date, gave him some kind of perspective, into why or what Grace was doing. The biggest issue is how much Neil is seeing and feeling between his job and his time with the monk.I feel like he is really wanting to forgive and make the changes needed to make Grace, and their marriage work, but Grace gives him nothing, no matter how he tries, emotionally, or physically.
Next week's preview looks like both of them have completely checked out of any hope of working on saving this marriage. So now I am at least hoping that the secrets finally come out very soon. Like next week. Sorry for my rant. And yes I will continue to watch. Love your reviews, just not a good as a word Smith as you.

Suits Review: Truth Hurts

I loved that Harvey showed he is a true friend to Mike and I hope Mike sees that he is. I doubt that Logan will just go away. I've never been Team Rachel and the last few shows clearly confirm my decision. Why would she ignore Donna's advice? if she chose to ignore her - why tell Mike at his lowest point and when he confessing his undying love to her. Rachel should have expected the outcome she received from Mike - his ultimate decision to move out.
Speaking of not so smart decisions. I don't believe Jessica is acting any smarter to have her love interest as a name partner. I didn't think it was smart when Harv tried it and it's not going to work out any better for Jessica. I seem doom on the horizon for that relationship also.

Rookie Blue Review: Curse of the White Shirt

The scenes with Andy were so annoying to watch. She took Duncan's bad career decision as her personal problem to resolve and wrote untruthful performance reports. Then she totally ignored Oliver's order to not speak to Duncan. And, then she accused Oliver of throwing her under the bus when he could not rescue her from her inept decisions. Oliver was too generous when he called her one of his best cops - yeah right. What an insult to the rest of his Team.
Duncan is going to find that most people are going to side with Andy and believe her version of what happened. Duncan will find it difficult to get anyone to trust him and work at that precinct no matter who his step-father is.
Loved the final scene with Oliver and his daughter - what an awesome dad.
Lastly, I hope Dov doesn't let Chris mess up his relationship with Chloe. They are so cute together.

Covert Affairs Review: To Trust or Not

McQuaid saved Annie's life twice already. I wonder when is he going to ask something in return. I'm nor saying I don't trust him but he's a businessman after all, he's not doing this out of love.
I love Annie but as it turned out, she's not not doing so fine alone. Too bad for her.

You know what they call this in the Couv? BBQ weather!

The reason for that is because "The Couv" refers to Vancouver, WASHINGTON, USA. Not Vancouver, BC, Canada


No we don't approve and there's not a hint of any resemblance to Elsa. But the whole Frozen thing is way overrated anyhow.


I'm willing to keep riding as long as you all want to keep driving. ....Any hint on when/if that'll be....?

9 TV Characters We Still Can't Accept Are Gone

SPOILER. Psssh, I doubt that you are a TV fanatic based on the characters that were left out. Then again, I guess it really depends on your taste and how you connected to certain characters. "Dexter": Uhhhh, Rita???? .... "Game of Thrones": Eddard, Rob, & Oberyn .... "LOST": Charlie during season 3. .... "The Office" Michael Scott (they took him out for the majority of the last season) .... We will never seen McConaughey in "True Detective" and Walter White (Breaking Bad) again. All of these characters were better developed than anyone on "The Walking Dead" (stupid season 4).


Where's Anna and Hans?