Absolutely the best episode so far. Heart-pounding, galloping action. Finally Alicia showed cunning along with her intelligence. Very satisfying indeed.
Very entertaining. I kept laughing and figuaratively rubbing my hands together throughout the whole episode.
Loved that Liv takes on fixing the poor intern that got victimized. All in all, a great episode.
I watched this show later in the week On Demand and was surprised by the clever dialogue. I found it rather charming. I would never choose it over NCIS but I hope it isn't cancelled so I can watch it as a back up.
I liked the new maturity Tony showed in this episode. I hope he doesn't slip back into being the amiable doofus the rest of the season. I do think it is unfortunate that Ziva doesn't say good-bye to the whole team, but all in all I have no complaints. Considering the writers had to respond to her decision, they did a pretty good job of showing the emotional turmoil that was driving her.
My God, doesn't anyone in this family watch Law & Order? Everyone in the civilized world knows you have top have better evidence than a questionable ID to win a case. This made the show seem like Law Enforcement for Dummies. Maybe that is the kind of simple drama people want in Blue Bloods and I should not expect subtleties, but it bothered me that the result was the impression that NYC cops didn't care about civil rights. I wish Danny could be allowed to outgrow the "hothead" stereotype he has been saddled with. And the same disgusted expression he wears when things don't go his way. I realize this show is not The Bridge or The Killing but it could still stretch itself a little.
Just watched the premiere episode On Demand and thought it was far more gripping and well-paced than The Blacklist. From the TV critics I read, it is likely that this one won't survive which is really unfortunate. I just hope they will allow all the episodes to run.
Loved the ending with the marriage proposal but basically I find this show with all its swirling, combining and recombining relationships to be exhausting. I started watching last season ans enjoyed it, but I think 1 year with this family is enough.
I think I have outgrown this show. Either that or it has outlived its natural life. After the tribute to Cory, I think I'll be letting this one go.
James Spader is always great but he seems to be replaying the mannerisms and intonations of his last role on Boston Legal. And I wish he'd let his hair grow. This style makes him look just plain pudgy--not a good look for a master criminal. Also I am growing weary of all the conflicted but highly competent beautiful young women in law enforcement. This week I recorded Hostages and watched The Blacklist. Next week, I think I'll reverse the process.
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