Cynthia is mess as hell kenya is a shit starter and need her ass kick
I thought the episode was good but all I can really think about was Crickett's lipstick shade--any idea how I can find out what brand/color she was wearing?!?!
So Dae-Kim's directorial debut is a heterosexual male's wet dream of "Stakeout" meets "Bound" by way of "The Terminator"? Shit like this is gonna send me back to the bars on Friday nights.
I can't get excited about George and AB.. I really liked her with Lavon.. but I agree.. the GB nickname is the best. I loved Wade's 2nd speech to all the "ladies" in his life. Thanking them for taking care of him, but it's about time to take care of himself and his family was a touching effect. I hope we get to see the baby this season AND that we get a season 5.. so we can actually see Zade as parents
WHY are they saying that stuff? They SHOWED who the killer was in the finale! I am confused.
I have no problem with Tony being in a committed, healthy relationship, as long as it is off screen. Is that woman Zoe? I have no idea, but if he breaks it off with her I don't think we should automatically assume it's because he's emotionally immature and "taking a step back" or "regressing". It could just be that she is not the right person for him and he is able to distinguish the difference between having a good time, and truly wanting to spend the rest of his life with someone. It is a decision that should not be taken lightly, unlike DiNozzo, Sr and Gibbs. And I know from experience, when you've been single for a very long time, it is hard to make that commitment to someone being with you all the time. BIG adjustment.
Don't you think the origin virus corpse is one of the doc's people lost in time? That creates a loop and makes you wonder where the virus actually started.
This was my favorite episode so far this season. Too bad this group won't be able to give us one more season-they are great. I'd rather Glee had let go of the graduated students and kept the show focused on Mr. Schue (Matthew Morrison) and his students.
I love the show, but what got me was the rod in the victim's back and his condition. His condition is Spondylolisthesis and I, as well as my cousin, have it. It's not that rare. My cousin's severity was much, much worse than mine, grade 5 with 100% slippage. I'd slipped from grade 1 to 2 in less than a month, meaning they wanted to do my surgery immediately instead of 1 to 5 years. Our surgeries are spinal fusions, not a single, huge, straight rod up the spine. Levels of vertebrae depends on the severity of the Spondy. I've now had 4 total back surgeries, 2 lumbar fusions and have decided no more. I'm clinically diagnosed disabled, I'm just 35 and was diagnosed at 32, in chronic pain and it's extremely possible my upper levels will slip in the future, meaning more fusions are possible. So, it isn't that rare. But they were very correct it is progressive and extremely painful, (Severe leg and back pain, numbness, some even experience incontinence). Though it was fun to hear our condition brought up on Rizzoli and Isles!
A person should know about their subject when writing an obituary. Live long and prosper Leonard
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