Maura has become so tiresome. She just runs through her bag of overreacting pseudo intellectual tricks on every episode and frankly it has become boring. A little more humanity wouldn't hurt. Meanwhile the rest of the cast does a great job of portraying complex characters.
Love the twists and turns of this show. Harvey's behavior reminds me of the old saying, "Often in error but never in doubt." His bravado will carry the day. Mike has never risen above the useful cypher in this relationship but i could watch and listen to Harvey (and Louis) for hours.
This show jumped the shark early in the season. Enough with the conspiracy theory. Too much talking as they try to explain what is going on off camera. I much prefer Annie as operative surprising her opponents with her skills and Auggie just an unfulfilled crush.
Glad to see Kate without her usual frumpy hair style. Also happy to see Daniel on his own, but the cliche of entering an asylum to solve a crime is too predictable to warrant a very high score. The best part of this episode was Judd Hirsch as Sigmund Freud. He always elevates the level of a drama.
I can't believe you were blindsided by Bullet's death. That plot line had been heading in that direction for weeks. I think you are on to something about the masochistic guard. Clearly there is more here than meets the eye and the case against Seward will undoubtedly go right down to the wire before being resolved. My one complaint with this show is the dark cinematography which sometimes causes me to miss out on what has happened. Fortunately TVFanatic gets me caught up and clears up all my confusion.
I just hope they don't kill her off like Kate. It took me a long time to recover from that.
Sad that the driving force behind the creation of the character was some PC edict from the network. Since I don't watch the show anyway, it is really not important to me.
Not much for me on the Fall schedule, but i was never their target audience anyway.
As always I love the show, love the story line, the artistry of the characters, Nick and of course Monroe. But as Juliette has more and more screen time, I am liking her less and less. She is a definite turn off.
My favorite part of this episode was watching the various lawyers play both sides in the ballot-stuffing challenge. What a great example of the cynicism of the law. On the issue of Alicia and her 2 men, I for one am hoping she stays with Peter because i think the Will story has been mined for all it can give. Except the drama of discovery and that would definitely make the title of this show ironic. I say move to the new firm and all its attendant problems and be the big wheel in that group and stop being the low man on the totem pole at Lockhart-Gardiner.
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