I just started doing series marathon for TO season 2. Well, I just watched ep7 and I was moved! The episode with Klaus talking to Elijah when he was still 'asleep' was beautiful! I cried! Joseph Morgan is so amazing.
I am stiLL so happy that we don't really have a clue as to whether Drill is extraterrestrial, from an alternate reality, or somewhere in time. I love the tattoos and the mystery that is Sean. I think the volcano is more real than you know and not a science fair project. The kids are a delightful mixture of innocence and devious.
This time I may have to disagree with you, Jack. This Flynn and Provenza episode is the BEST one out of 4 seasons being aired (Ecstasy and Agony / I, witness/ Frozen Asset / Turn Down) of Major Crimes. Provenza is grumpy, yes. Flynn is so dismissive, right. But allow me to point out that these guys already left a dead body in Provenza's garage and went for a baseball game (which resulted in an earful from Brenda in that episode) and that caused the big incident later. These two will probably never learn from it, and this time they have Buzz to blame (poor him) but it is not his fault. At least here we see that despite how crappy they are at times, old school police works have its own advantage despite a lot of many modern or developed advancement for the job. Another lovely thing about this episode is that all members seems to have a chance to throw in some funny lines. Sykes got me with the animal tranq darts requests. This family is a messed-up one, indeed. I had to mute the sound or walked to the fridge until some annoying scenes passed. I will rewatch it again to get the whole episode's details. But above all, I think Rusty's investigation is a foreshadowing for some upcoming waves to hit Major Crimes. For Major Crimes' veteran audience ... a goofy funny and foolish episode means the next one will hit you where you never expected. Season 2 was the most painful sequence of bottomless tension (after D.O.A. --- you got a murder of gender dysphoria kid / Jack vs Sharon in a case / grade-A child molester leading to a murder) ... I may be wrong for this pattern but season 3 seemed to repeat this. Above all, I like the episode. I actually burst out laugh much more than shaking my head from the obnoxious family members. Sharon with baseball cap is priceless, we know she loves celebration and fun gathering. I don't recall anything like that in The Closer much apart from some murder room celebration. I actually like this Major Crimes Unit than one in the previous show. They bump into each other but they also look out for each other. The weird bride family does put me off a bit, but I am definitely watching this episode again :) 4.25 out of 5 for me. ^^
I'm with Trinity. I thought this episode was superb. Truly funny.
Another gem of an episode stuffed full of super meaty twists. Did not see the faith & Amy relationship twist. And funny they were so scared to come out of the shadows but now both have the courage and resilience of a horse to face their town. Didn't think faith should continue on the show but also would miss her genuine kindness and personality.
Loved this episode!
KAYLA.... is the grate person on the team lol
Interestingly enough, the first thing I thought of when I first read of his passing was his son, Vince, whom I used to watch on "World Poker Tour".
I was highly disappointed that there wasn't even a mention of Naval Air Station Patuxent River. They had to pass right by Pax to get to Norfolk from Baltimore and it's an AIR STATION; planes galore which they said they were looking for. I know, it's just a show and Norfolk is much bigger than Pax, but it was just a bit disappointing to see them skip over a naval base in a show about the navy. NCIS at least has had a few episodes set there, even if they get the terrain wrong (it's on a peninsula, guys, no mountains!)
I've been under the assumption that Caliban/Clare was much stronger than the average person, and was surprised when he didn't bust out of that cell in a fit of rage. I'm gleefully waiting for the Putneys to suffer a horrible fate at the hands of Mr. Clare. Somehow it would be fitting that they wind up as waxed-over models in their own museum (doesn't this typically happen to most sinister wax museum owners?). So...there's still so much to explore over the next several seasons, like the invisible man, Dr.Jekyl/Mr. Hyde, the mummy, good ol' Vlad (of course), dopplegangers...
I must say had my doubts when I first started watching the show but now totally love it, even with it's little shortcomings (no show is free of them). Just upset that the season felt like it just started and now there's only one episode left! Btw, I also agree that Caliban should be able to bust out of that cage...I mean didn't he rip Proteus in half with his bare hands? Running around snapping people's necks with one hand?...
Just so long as no one uses the phrase "danger zone", I can get behind this.
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