For a show called THE LAST SHIP, I predict the cast will have to be kept at a manageable level. They can't fill that vessel with family members who know nothing about running it. And, it would defeat the purpose to take the action to land. Then, it would end up like REVOLUTION (oh, please, not that). I may be in the minority. But, I want Rachel & Comm. Chandler together. Their fake kiss was kinda hot. So, it bodes well for what the real thing may be like. So, bye-bye, Mrs. Chandler & Tex. Grandpa Chandler can take Tex's place as the civilian on board. I don't think they'd cast a recognizable actor in that role unless they were prepared to have him continue the role for a while.
will and number and you find out back me call harper dearing yes
For the NCIS: LA fans who haven't heard this yet, Director Vance will be crossing over in at least one episode.
I saw this scenario coming 30 minutes into the episode. I kept saying, "This is it...he is going to figure it out, because Mike is giving up clues." Anyone who works for the firm - or wants to - is going to have the same problem if they learn Mike's secret: they can be accused of having known about that secret the whole time. This is Jessica's golden ticket to freedom from Louis! If I was Jessica I would use the Harvey-Gun strategy. "When someone points a gun at your face, you take the gun, pull out a bigger one, or you do one of 1,000 other things." ~Harvey Specter When Jessica threatened to expose Mike, he immediately reminded her that she might have to share a cell with him for knowing about his secret the entire time - which she didn't. Mike's bluff gave Jessica something to think about, and she is now in position to free herself from the prospect of Louis hurting the firm through exposure. Jessica should tell Louis that she can prove that Louis has known about Mike the entire time, and that any efforts to blackmail her into a named partnership will backfire on him, because he's now in the boat with the rest, regardless! She should give him the finger as he walks out, and dare him to go to the authorities. Jessica is strong, and she has never backed down from Louis. The real threat to topple the firm will ultimately come from an outsider: Daniel Hardman, Robert Zane or Travis Tanner.
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I think, Jessica will not put Louis' name on the door with reasons you specified and he will mention Mike's lack of degree to either Hardman, Zane or Tanner , my most likely guess at this moment being Zane as it adds more drama. Zane is then torn between reporting Mike and the Rachel-Mike connection and so it goes!
That could be it, but I think they are moving towards something serious, like a murder plot. Remember that Zane was a classmate of Daniel Hardman's, and they are friends. If Zane is in that mix, Hardman could also be. And nobody wants the firm taken down more than Daniel Hardman. Travis Tanner would be secobd in line, because Harvey has public ally embarrassed him twice now! People probably don't view him in the same light. He's Lex Luthor to Harvey's Superman, and Mike's secret is the Kryptonite he needs. Robert Zane taking down the firm would be a little problematic, because he would risk sending Rachel to prison. As quid pro quo for the firm promising a job to her as it's first non-Harvard law grad, Rachel signed an affidavit (falsely) admitting that she knew about Mije the entire time. She's the only person against whom the authorities have hard proof of guilt. Zane eventually finds out, but the real danger is in Hardman and Tanner, and they worked together to try to send Harvey to prison once before during the Folsom Foods case. Mike and Harvey figured it out at the last minute, while they were getting stoned, remember? Monica sues the firm for harassment, Zane reps Foksom Foods, and Tanner accuses Harvey and Donna of spoliation of evidence (memo planted by Hardman, Tanner brings suit).
I don't mind that they brought Raina in to shake things up and be a love interest for two white boys, but they should also have put at least one of the white women - or at least biracial Vanessa - in a s3xual relationship with a black male. All they did was TALK about some cheesy backstory in which Lilly supposedly had an affair with Raina Thorpe's father, Russell, played by Michael Boatman. Predictably, Russell ultimately turns out to be a villain who gets no s3x, while Raina is portrayed as a s3x siren who shared her "box" with two white males on the show. The writers clearly didn't even have the stones to deal honestly with race until they started receiving criticism - and even then, they failed on so many levels. They were perfectly comfortable showing Raina smashing Chuck and Nate (best friends AND roommates, uuugh!) and a random Asian dude; yet they couldn't bear the thought of bringing on a good-looking black male actor to smash Blair, Serena, Lilly, Eleanor, Georgina, Jenny, Charlie-Ivy, Charlie-Lola, Canessa, or even one of the minions. Clearly the white male producers dictated Raina's and Russell's story lines, because they were just a bit too obvious about their (exotic black woman) fantasies and their insecurities (small peen complexes) - BOTH of which played out through Raina and Russell...typical!
Comment modified at August 23, 2014 07:00
i agree Pinkie 31 i would love the two to get back together without any impossible obstacles
Poor Elena shes been through so much .I hope Damon and Elena get back together somehow ?Last season was fantastic with Silas and the travelers ect .Caroline and her winging about Damon and put downs was one of the only things that started to annoy me .
Anyone know a website to watch s6 tvd im in ireland so i dont hav the cw chabnel please help a fellow tvd love x
When do we know if we got the job or not?
If any of those three leave the show is dead...period.
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