This was an awesome episode. Joe is a big part of Steve's life, always has been. He can't trust him, though he still cares for him, as shown when Joe took the Van off the pier. We need an ending to the Doris situation, hopefully it will come this season. The episode itself was great. Very exciting. I have something to ask the writer and others who commented on the reality. Since when has an actual terrorist been justified in anything that they do, when has it not been an insane point of view. In the name of whatever God they claim to follow, they feel they are doing the right thing, no matter how many people get in the way. I doubt anything like this will be done, but its TV, just enjoy the episode. Reality is outside your door, not on your TV screen, thats reality.
And lets hate begin from some by crticizing the episode. Just be entertained people do nto take things so seriosuly and enjoy the show. Many fans are way too critical.
Think this was a great episode! Megan Follows even while playing insane she is perfect. She was just great. Think it was great that Mary and Francis made a move towards each other. And I hope we won't see Leith and Greer ever again.
Since it was said that the person who plays Vega had stopped filming scenes weeks before the actaully filmed it's last scenes, my first thought is that Vega will be killed off, also the guy that plays Abbott had made comments about how things change for the characters but didn't mention Vega so that also makes me think that Vega will be killed. That of course doesn't mean that they could kill off a character from the shows past (again) or just create a character for the episode and kill them off.
Daniela was just flat out mean to Cristela when she said "How are you going to find a man looking like that?". Worrying about her sister's overall health is one thing, but to basically call her unattractive because she is not thin, makes Daniela look more like the unattractive one. I thought the CPR lessons were hilarious. Maddie laying on the table telling Josh to give her chest compressions made me spit out some good wine.
It was OK, Joe is a bit much though. I'm happy to see that Doris in fading away to the far background. I also think it's time for Kono to have her turn at being the focal point in at least one episode. Grace Park's acting ability has really not been given much of a chance...
All I can say is, my bee phobia has been reignited and I thoroughly expect a fan video of this episode's highlights set to Miley Cyrus' wrecker ball song! The episode was for the most part a great thrill ride. Joe White continues to be a jerk - Steve doesn't need him to be a father figure! His own father is the one who taught him right from wrong - definitely not Joe White, or Doris, that's for sure! We saw what kind of a monster Doris created in WoFat!
I am so glad this so is ending sick of it stealing from Psych
I know you had mentioned before that they are not showing the episodes in order. Having said that, this episode definitely seemed out of order to me. I don't know, maybe I just like John's interactions with Zed and Chas better than not having them on. I. too, still wonder what was behind the decision to move this show to the 8pm hour. I like the show but unfortunately I still don't think it's going to be back for another season.
I think most people would not walk away from taking 2 direct hits from a wrecking ball. In this case they both only seemed to have had needed some stitches at most. Is that a special reinforced vehicle I didn't know about? I'm not sure if they will have Steve have a physical and mental breakdown or not, or if they will just continue to make him teetering on the edge. I don't understand what the point of world annihilation would be either. It is a pretty complicated relationship he has with Joe White. It does seem like he is still up to his old tricks with Steve. Steve has every right to be cautious of him.
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