For God's sake cool it on the hook-ups in this show. At last a show that is not driven by teeny girls Harlequin romances of girl/boy girl/boy forever. Don't ruin it by a Bellamy/Clarke love nest.
Wow, I never thought I'd say this but sign me up for a Jack/Margaux reunion! They had more chemistry in that little scene than Jack and Emily have had for about two whole seasons. I could totally see Jack falling back in love with Margaux if he could finally put the Emily thing to rest and he seems to be the only one who could calm Margaux down and steer her off of this crazy revenge path. I can imagine Daniel rolling in his grave at the thought of Jack raising his child though, lol.
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I want to see a real romance for Watson, not the stiffs cast so far. Lucy Liu is surprisingly good in light romantic comedies like Watching the Detectives, Code Name the Cleaner, Marry Me, etc.
Continuing tale of the doctor who took things into his own hands. True to their word, the doctor was formally arraigned today and his bail was set at a fortune level. He made bail. His attorney will begin negotiations with the district attorney. Neither wants a trial. Emotions would be elevated and public sympathy will probably fall on the side of the doctor. I will meet with the doctor next weekend. As I stated, I have known him for 9 years, and have found him to be a kind and sympathetic person. Yet, something made him snap, and he went way overboard. He was charged with various counts of assault. I am not an attorney and do not know the actual wording of the charges. Needless to say, attacking someone with a potential weapon is not taken lightly by the authorities. However, we cannot discount the effect of emotions and the trauma what he witnessed. This is the similarity to Neil. Neil assaulted Simon, yet did no damage and no legal repercussions. The doctor in this horrible event, would have been wise to lower the weapon and just beat the crap out of the minister. In this area, I doubt that the district attorney could assemble a jury to issue a unanimous verdict against the doctor if the violence had occurred with just fisticuff. I know that this seems strange, but I live in a community which tends to forgive acts of passion. The more affluent parts of Southern California are just like that. I do not approve of any violence to the cheating spouse.. She is filth and should be dismissed as such. The wife has been locked out of the house and all the major bank accounts have been frozen. She is on her own, literally. I heard from the doctor's sister, that the wife has been shunned by her peers in the community. The doctor's sister (on my staff) attends the same church as her brothers spouse. The cheating minister is a source of open ridicule. The majority of parishioners openly mock him and have no sympathy. The wife of the minister has not been seen by the parishioners. He is done. This is as bad an outcome as can be postulated. Adultery has consequences, and in extreme circumstances may even prove life threatening.
"The finale was crafted very well, in such a way that could serve as a series or season ender." You must be from Venus.
Ready for Miss Bunting to go bye-bye. She's clearly only coming to actively stir the pot with her hostile superiority. It's the height of rudeness and is inexcusable sitting at their table partaking of their generosity. She doesn't have to agree with him but she does have to be civil and gracious of his hospitality. She thinks quite a lot of herself, just in a different way than do those who she looks down her nose at. I understand Lord Grantham is taking some hits over his reaction but I say it was high time she was called out and he had already shown a great amount of restraint during the previous . You simply should not have to abide a personal attack time and again at your own dinner table from people you are feeding. I can fault him for bringing Daisy and Mrs Patmore up though. And Tom should have already been thoroughly embarrassed by Bunting. At this point she's reflecting badly on him. It's fine that he agrees with her but her stellar lack of class and manners should've clued him in their meets should be held elsewhere. Agreed that Violet and Isobel are just the bright spots more times than not. Heaven knows we could use some bright spots after any and all of Edith's scenes. And what about Mr Molesley ..he has a hard enough time as it is. I felt badly for him. Hate they're resurrecting the Bates and Anna mess from prior seasons. I was tired of it last year. I don't even care to watch during those scenes.
I got a zombie vibe when they all swarmed the house coming after Rachel. It definitely had a series finale vibe too, which is okay because the show has gone downhill this season.
Wow, why to completely miss a episode point.
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