Oh and can we get more Jackie and Garrett? They're just super hilarious and really deserves some more screen time. I'd like to know more about them.
With an episode titled "Reagan vs Reagan", I have a higher expectation set for drama and sibling rivalry, but turns out it's just the same Danny-Erin quarrel that we have seen lots of times until now.
And I love Erin teasing Jamie about that career he never took and Jamie replying that he's glad he's a cop now.
And the thing I look forward most in an episode is the sunday dinner :)
Great episode but didn't live up to my expectations.
@Chad, Adam and Marcus: I get this vibe that the three of you are the same person. Do you have something personal vendetta against the reviewer? Please don't unleash it here. So childish.
So, I'm really falling in love with this show. I like Ivy the best, but sometimes the writer ruins her, and I like Karen but with her insecurity, "It's A Man's World"'s Karen is not that appealing. Julia and Michael are okay. Though in previous episode, Michael seems to be so loving to his son and his wife that it's never addressed how he's obsessed over Julia? Eileen and Ellis, two boring people teaming up? Snooze-fest. Tom and Lawyer are getting it ON! It's nice to see Tom has someone.
Snooze-fest attack! Seriously, where's the action! I LOVE PLL, but this kind of episode made me question myself. Lots of witty dialogues as usual though. I think the episode will be better if it leads us to how Jenna was trapped, how she was knocked down, how the fire started, screaming for help, instead of Hanna just "accidentally" run into her. And Hanna-Toby, since when? It will make sense if Emily is the one trying to talk to Toby. And the Pilot Duncan? Meh. So much lines, so little clue.
And I hate how the girls doesn't realize "A" has to do with the fire based on the text, "Where there is smoke, there is payback!". But what 'payback' does A own Jenna? Weird...next episode should be better than this.
Well, I think that he's the one who's dead and because he can't accept the fact that he's dead, he creates two worlds to 'lie' to his self.
Anyway, I was having snooze fest, the cast really need to kick up the acting skills. Why? Because I like Britten's assistants in both worlds more than himself. That's wrong, right?
p.s. : Please don't turn this into crime-of-the-week show. Too many of them out there!
The thing about Ashley I don't understand, Victoria ASKED her to find and trace Daniel's "bloody" pics and she SAID she's contacting Nolan Ross and she really WENT THROUGH with it fully known that Nolan will find out it's her leaking the photos to internet? Did I misunderstand something or Ashley is too stupid for her own good?
I totally agreed with your review, Jim. James Caan is just a fresh breath of air and I hope that convo in the end, about him being the consultant to Five-O is the door to his comeback! I'm also itching for a nod to the father-son relationship, like maybe Steve will mention that they're like father-son? Lol.
When the camera pans into the woman's wrist, I knew she'd be the culprit. Better work those camera skills so it's not that obvious!
But a part of me is disappointed that we don't get anything long-term-ish in this episode. And more Kono and Chin please!
Ivy: Okay, so Basics For Con Artist 101 starts right now.
Juliet and Catherine, like mother, like daughter. >.
Blair: Darn. She totally wore my boots.
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