Cary was superb throughout. Every emotion showing in his eyes. He understands that acting does not have to be over the top. The joke letter was ridiculous. The Alicia we have been shown over the years would never have written such a letter. And she certainly would not have been so insensitive to defend herself by saying it was a joke. Just not at all believable. Frankly, I don't think I would vote for her; she doesn't really have a handle on the requirements of the job.
I love these guys but I agree with isoron. There is no shame in ending a series after 4 seasons.
After careful consideration, I'll be dropping this from my Watch List. Just doesn't do it for me. The characters are interchangeable with every other drama on TV, except for Viola Davis and I find her morally-challenged character very unlikeable. I remain loyal to Scandal but just can't go the extra hour.
Yes Sheldon was lame but I still got more laugh-out-loud moments from this than any other show on tv.
An hour of soft porn. Not my cup of tea.
So am I the only one who thinks this episode was 5 minutes of story stretched to an hour show?
If you saw the clip from next week's episode, you know that Claire attempts to let Mrs. Fitz into her time travel secret and, rather than becoming her ally, Mrs. Fitz accuses her of witchcraft. Not a happy turn of events!
Ho hum, just another day of Jack Bauer playing the role of noble martyr. The one good takeaway from this episode -- we finally got rid of Audrey. I imagine if Fox decides to trot out this series again, Jack will return, still unappreciated, still hunted, still whispering, with a whole new set of characters to let him down. It's too bad that he doesn't have a personality to match his physical prowess. But as it stands now, the viewer never has any expectation of Jack truly prevailing. The writers should take a page from the Liam Neeson school of Man vs. the World.
Comment modified at July 29, 2014 09:01
The show was great (except for Stoll's ludicrous wig) until the final vampire pile-on. That made me laugh out loud. Actually I'm kind of glad it did. Ending on a note of humor kept the nightmares away.
"So, as the war continues to rage between Mike and Harvey, do you think Harvey made the right move to walk away from negotiations?Of course you meant Mike, not Harvey. You really need to proofread before you publish!
Comment modified at July 28, 2014 20:22
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