What do you think of red arrow, is Oliver holding her back or kinda in a situation? And she doesn't wanna talk about it.
Used to watch Jane on Kyle XY. She's playing the same character on this show and I don't find her very interesting. On the other hand, I love Sullivan Stapleton on Strike Back and though he doesn't have the sly humor of that show, he is easy on the eye. I hope the writers can sustain the storyline. Started out like gangbusters but I'm already beginning to find it repetitive.
Juliette's storyline is getting on my last nerve. I am tired of seeing her take advantage of Avery who has so much love for her and the baby. Enough is enough. Move on Avery. I would love to see Scarlett get back with Gunner. They make such a great couple. The doctor's storyline should be over. I hope that Will really finds himself. Seeing that strong man look this weak is sad. Teddy's storyline needs to be over also. Stick a fork in it because he's done. Rayna marry Decon already.
Sad to say but I forgot all about this show after episode 1 so I haven't seen 2 and 3. It sounds like I didn't miss much.
As a huge Revenge fan, I really liked seeing Gabriel Mann in this episode! I also thought they made a really interesting character for him to play, so thumbs up for that, too. Oh, and props for using "Infinity Guitars" by Sleigh Bells at the top of the teaser in the apt where we're about to learn what happened to the female occupant. Great song that I haven't heard in awhile, and it certainly built some excitement
I gotta agree with Doug about McGee. Most guys really don't give two snarks about some other guy's relationship with his girlfriend. Upon hearing about the breakup of that relationship, most guys would just shrug it off and then forget about it, or use it as an excuse to take his buddy out, get him drunk and get into mischief. And although the latter is not really McGee's style, his petulance was just ridiculous.
Lanie not acting like a friend at all.A friend would call her out on bad behaviour but her 'friends; have never done that. 3X1 an obvious example. Apples and oranges. Appalling writing again. Professor Castle would be a bore. Simply because he is an author does not mean he can teach. An immature would be tortuous to listen to . A very badly dressed man even worse. of course buying scotch was poor writing, But they had her investigating cases without ANY experience or mentoring ( what a gal) and somehow signing contracts and authoring six figures office refurbishments previously. if you swallowed that guff buying scotch is nothing. Castle is NEVER going to recover his money. He never made any research into being a PI. does not any reviewers remember anything from previous episodes? I am fervently hoping that the Separation arc finishes and Mr Big murders Beckett evil twin sister. how could the writers ever think tow forty somethings could look like two twenty somethings. Castle as a drunk in front of his daughter. Beckett says nothing either. US social mores are very strange and very poor. On the positive side the show can only get better as it couldn't get any worse. I should add two highly inexperienced people plan to capture Mr Big? That sounds logical doesn't it?Alexis is suffering from the Joannie Cunningham disease.
Look the premise is just flat out stupid, Castle is no slouch when it comes to taking care of himself like dealing with serial killers, disarming nuclear weapons etc etc etc but it's always been done with Kate. And Kate is exhibiting some hubris is thinking that she can take care of herself and Rick can't. Seriously what give Kate immunity from bad guys harming her? If it was a civilian husband that had no clue about the day to day life on the street who's married to a cop. Then sure. But Castle has been working in the precinct for how many years? Side by side with the team seeing the crap part of life and has had his own experiences and a dangers. Plus he's no fool. So eventually, after the emotional sting wears off, he's gonna start to logically think this departure and suss out somethings wrong anyway.How their prolly gonna write it is all will be revealed and Rick will melt like a snow bunny in summer and take her back seeing her reasons blah, blah, blah, blah, blah..How I'd write is is that all is revealed. Rick doesn't buy her reasons, seeing how her obsession has damaged their trust and relationship, don't forget Rick is also a father, so if we like Alexis or not he has to take her into account as well, legitimately gets royally pissed off with Kate and tells her not to come back home he needs time to think.. Basically what she did to him, he does to her. But he's actually got legitimate reasons to do it. Kate was motivated by her obsession so her reason for walking out I don't consider legitimate. This changes the dynamic and forces Kate to win Rick back so if the writers are looking for angst there's a way to do it. And the audience may accept that if the series survives that is. Oh BTW if 5 FBI agents got killed real world,, the FBI would come in classify the whole thing and yank that case from the locals so fast it'll make your head spin and any local found messing in it would be told once very firmly, "Stay out of it" and if continued to pursue it could find themselves locked up for obstruction or transferred somewhere else. So this entire premise for this story it inaccurate. And it won't matter that she USED to work with the AG's department. She got fired therefore unreliable. She went from detective to Captain in one jump, the only time that happens is in wartime when all other ranks gets killed. (being facetious here)Read Christine's reviews but not saving it or watching it
I thought this finale was excellent. Slightly odd, but excellent. Anything involving The Swede is going to be bizarre, so I was cool with Bohannon's shotgun wedding, I found his predicament hilarious. It was a strange episode though for sure, the most ridiculous and unwelcome part being when Durant was annoyed by the tuba player and said "somebody shoot him!" to which Major Bendix did just that with a distant yelp to be heard outside the window. Now that was like something out of Blazing Saddles and I hope it's the last we see of that kind of nonsense. I also find Bohannon's bride unsettling. He's a middle aged man and she looks about 14 tbh. I think that's why they maybe made the point of her declaring "I'm 18" so prominent in the episode. Elam's rescue mission was also odd, in the previous episode when Bohannon was captured the whole work force demanded he form a posse so they could save their boss, but he didn't even attempt it this time, instead choosing to go it alone. What, against a Fort??? I must admit I didn't see his fate coming, grappling with a grizzly! I think Mickey is definately the Boston killer, why else would they show that uber-creepy shot of him at the end of the episode? I hope they expand on this storyline in season four as I enjoy the actor's performance, he's excellent. I'd like to see Eva leave, there's nowhere else for her story to go now, well anywhere interesting that is. Durant's toast to Bohannon was hilarious, he's such a troll. I can't understand the negativity this season seems to have bourne, I thought it the best yet. They've made a concerted effort to humanise Bohannon, and I for one am glad he's no longer the "Man With No Name" type of character, a closed book. The only gripe I had with this season was it concentrated far too much on Elam and Eva and "the baby", of which I had zero interest.
Agree 100% with all round table comments.As much as I am disliking this season so far, I have to admit I am one of the diehards who will be here to the end. But we have sampled Blindspot, and I do fear that as things are right now, Blindspot will be ruling the time slot.....by a lot.
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