Ray is fantastic on this. A very real and truly human character on a show full of realistic characters. He and Sara do have a nice chemistry and he's just been so much fun to watch. I'm happy that he bonded with Drew who sometime is the neglected Braverman. It spells out trouble for Sara and Mark though and they were already headed there last season. I love Jason Ritter so that would suck a bit.I loved Julia's storyline the most last night. Staying all day with victor was just what he needed. Now they have established a foundation and they can discipline him in the way he needs and skip the special treatment. Joel is like the best husband imaginable. So supportive. Crosby and Jasmine were definitely fun. They bring the funny. I'm missing more Zeke time though.
When they started inching towards the Breast Cancer storyline I had so many mixed feeelings. It's something that I take to heart and I respect when shows do it to continue putting that awareness out there but I like a bit of escspism too. Mostly, I just wish that if they planned on doing it they'd "give it "to someone else. Sometime it's as though Adam and Kristina have too much storyline that could easily spill over into characters who are lacking them. They've already had so much from unemployment, almost infidelity, finances, Max with the aspergers and haddie issues and departure, plus a new baby. Too much. I'm going to be forced to genuinely feel for a character I truly loathe on top of that. I'm not a Kristina fan at all. I just feel like they sort of had enough going on and when other characters are sort of lacking individual storylines it doesn't help giving the more popular characters one that can take up even more screen time regardless of how it ends up.
-Burt and Kurt.- Jake's performance was quite lovely. The kid is a crooner.- I love Marley. So likeable and sweet. Also like Jake.- divy it up for a change. Everyone should be the new Rachel.- verdict isn't out yet.
That first half with the "kids " was INCREDIBLE!!! Everything from the fraternal moments between Eliot and Hardison (the pep talks and the humor and the rigged floor... and the bro hug, all of it) to the Parker and Hardison love being front and center more than ever. The fighting sequences and Parker 's gymnast like abilities....all were so well choreographed. And loved them displaying the tech stuff like that. My favorite Leverage moments are usually when the familial bond that they have really comes through...and this episode had plenty of that and some. It was also so intense that it had me on the edge of my seat from the moment it started. Easily without a doubt my favorite episode of the season and one of my favorite episodes of the series. Seeing as those three are my favorite characters on a show where I like them all it wasn't too shocking when I realized I didn't miss Sophie or Nate once.
Fantastic! I love her character on TGW
Why are they doing another tribute of someone who wasn't worthy of the first one? It will however mean great things for heather Morris which is a plus.
Inexcusable. It was darn near standing on its last limb as it was. I'm sorry but adding Nicki Minaj? A travesty of epic proportions.
He'll be differentiating himself from a brother he doesn't even know and that chip in his shoulder seems far deeper and more complicated than Puck's. I think he'll manage to be his own character harboring his own untapped potential. Kitty didn't touch me and unique was fine.I hope they keep that balance between the old kids and the new and I really hope they don't let Rachel continue to dominate. Now the others get to shine yge real shame is previous characters like Mercedes and Mike still never really got that chance. Brody is great. I'm happy fir Kurt. A small part of me misses the initial close friendship he had with Mercedes that magically transferred itself to Rachel. Burt is still one of my favorite Tv dads. I thought the episode was balanced nicely and did a good job of laying down the foundation for the season.
I was pleasantly surprised. I didn't expect to enjoy it so much. I can understand the argument of rehashed storylines. For that very reason, I knew Sam would be the sensible one and go to Marley. But the fact is, they spent so much time for three seasons focusing on Rachel at the expense of darn near every other character that they could afford to make the new kids hybrids of previous characters because there id still so much story left untold. I didn't expect to like the new kids either but I do. Marley is sweet and endearing in a way Rachel wasn't. She's laud back and has a great voice that is along the lines of music I can actually enjoy. Jake with the exception of being super hot and having a striking, uncanny resemblance to Puck. Great casting..was instantly intriguing. I think there is more story there than him being Puck 2.0.
I don't feel bad for Simone with the exception of the website thing. I loathe the Kennishes regularly with their holier than thou attitude and judgment. I have yet to see why Angelo is treated with such disdain. The only ones who should take issue with him are Daphne and her grandmother but everyone else...too much. I feel like we're being told that ar shouldn't like this guy and the Angelo of present hasn't given me reason to dislike him. I don't even hold against him that he bailed on Daphne in the past because even though it wasn't honorable it was understandable. I don't like the direction of the chef storyline but so far I like him it was great to see that deaf jerk of a guy still working at the car wash. I like the kid.
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