Thing is, though, there is still time for there to be a day of reckoning. Just because he let her back in doesn't mean that it's over. A lot could happen after the break. As angry as he was when he confronted her, even after a night of bliss, there could still be "As much as I love you, Kate, I can't go through this anymore. Next time, there won't be a next time. No more secrets, no more lies, or we're over." Maybe that would bring her back down to earth, and if there is a ninth season, they can go back to being to cute couple we all know and love.
I am so glad that Carter is dead, I did not like him. I really hope that we will be seeing more of Oscar (tree tattoo guy). I like the actor, François Arnaud, from his days on The Borgias. I kind of liked the kiss, but I am not sure that I want to see them become a couple. Patterson was great in this episode. We have to wait 96 days until the next episode...too long NBC!
I'm prejudice because I'm partial to this time of year when the holiday episodes are heartwarming instead of the usual caseload and guns a blazing. Bishops talk with the bone marrow donor was a great part for her. Not disappointed that Fornell was back. I agree too that Lindsey Wagner would be a good match for Gibbs.
This was an excellent episode, but every scene that Boden was in I just wanted to give him a hug. Seeing him being railroaded is painful. I loved seeing everyone gather around him at the party, 51 really is a family. I still do not like Patterson, but I suppose it's possible that he will redeem himself. It did seem that way in the final scene with Severide. Riddle is horrible, and I hate what he is doing. I would really love to see him get his comeuppance. Seeing Voight show up in the interrogation room to support Boden was awesome. I just wish that Boden had accepted his help. That scene with the guy stuck on the window frame was disgusting. I am really loving this show, but I want Boden cleared of these bogus charges ASAP.
I confess I am so surprised by the strong criticism of Meredith; I understand it but I don't see her as being that bad...she and Amelia have never been close and Amelia is acting deplorably selfishly; the cruel, untrue and immature things she said to Meredith (saying Derek would be disgusted by her and calling her hollow?!) were absolutely disgusting. Meredith asked her not to push and she did. I'd have slapped her. She's had enough experience to be able to say 'Meredith, I'm upset cos I feel like you're getting involved and shutting me out when I'm involved with Owen and Cristina isn't' or better yet to ask her advice since Mer clearly knows how to handle Owen right now while Amy complains-anythingggg other than saying such horrible things to Mer who, regardless of her feelings about Amelia, has welcomed her like family. Amelia isn't a victim in this situation-Owen needs some space (they're not even an official couple & I haven't seen them even go on a date), someone to stand in silence with as a person and Meredith, who has a Degree in handling terrible family situations & crises well, is supporting him in her stoic but admittedly cool way. Lashing out at her isn't going to help things though, and actually Meredith is right-they'r NOT sisters, Meredith's sister died & now she's discovering anew one she never knew about. Cristina didn't abandon her & Amy isn't there out of sibling loyalty but cos she chose to be there cos it suits her-she has no reason to act like she's doing Mer a solid when she focuses solely on herself anyway. Grrrgh, ok, rant over. Oh, and I hope Jo says no. Not because I find her annoying-I do, but mainly I just don't think she's a good fit. Derek allowed Cristina to sleep in his bed or even kick him out of it to chat to Mer-he had his faults but he GOT the 'person' thing. Supporting Mer is something which gives Alex a sense of self & strength (& some of the best viewing scenes!)-Jo doesn't get/accept it & the person relationships is a fave part for me. Plus, I don't see her stretch Alex. His friendship with Mer does & Izzie ended badly but my goodness he grew with her. I think he & Jo may flourish more with different people. Let's see what surprises & pains February brings!
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I agree, strange review. I thought it was a nice change. Most of what this writer said, I disagree with. The Palmer thing, well it's just Palmer being Palmer! All in all I still think it's the best show on tv.
Best episode yet imo. I loved it. It was like going back in time for an hour to the 80s when I would rent out a vhs of some cheesy but fun sci-fi b-movie with crazy villains made of electricity and suchlike... Cat was mildly interesting which is a start, and I prefer this show when it just goes for full on silliness and doesn't try to take itself remotely seriously. The Dark Knight this will never be, and rightly so, if they can keep churning out episodes like this it will be a lot of fun.
so excited for the 100!
I enjoyed this episode but did anyone else notice the gift of booze that Tony gave to Fornell? Didn't Gibbs break Fornell of his alcoholism last season? Am I missing something?In general, I like the episodes that focus on the personal stories like this one and, I agree with the reviewer, I'm on George's side. I hope Bishop walks away and that we never see her cheating husband again but I fear the opposite will happen. Time to move on, Ellie.
Nah; The Tobster was just on a grief bender.
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