-any scene with nick. I love the new guy.-both. I usually enjoy him but he was quite difficult this episode. He wasn't helpful when she needed him to be and was overbearing when she didn't need it.- honestly I wouldn't wish Gail on any of those amazing guys. But Nick seems to get her.-Both. He's not dealing in the traditional sense that is expected but he's dealing in his own way that isn't necessarily bad.-I'm guessing boobs.
Loved the role reversal! They were hysterical trying to imitate one another. I also enjoyed them coming to that realization that they need one another to balance each other out. It continues to be difficult for me to conclude that they actually need therapy at all but love their sibling bickering and the therapy sessions where everyone sort of beats up on wes.
Long overdue. Tyler seems like a great guy but he wasn't ready for this competition. His singing wasn't the best and he lacked presence. I feel like Ryan just wanted to keep him around longer because he was so nice and because he was transgendered.
Good for him.
Person Of Interest. Revenge. Suits
I'm happy that Rachel took the test and thrilled to see her and donna spending more time together. The firm issues aside there is no way Mike could have stayed in her good graces and told her the truth. Its so much deeper than harveys request.Rachel flipped when she learned about the test taking stuff. She would be annoyed that he got her dream job by cheating and she couldn't. She also gets a bit too chatty when she's enebriated and has no qualms about using dirt against someone for her own well being if she so chooses. That isn't a chance anyone should take and that's excluding the effects it will have on the firm, Mike, Jessica, and Harvey.
Louis was the man this episode. I think he often feels underappreciated from Jessica and Harvey but its because he has a different type of relationship with them than they do with one another. They both respect him and have said as much on more then one occasion. I don't think Harvey and Jessica brought anything upon themselves. I think they clearly set this up where they both know more about Hardman than the audience. We're just as oblivious as Mike in this scenario. I think anyone who could rattle that pair clearly poises a huge threat.Those two are typically cool, calm, and collected in the face of anything. I love what it does tor their already complex relationship.
I was ok with them not sending anyone home. Mario does remind me of Alex with the overconfidence. So with Miranda on "Fix You "no one should EVER change the arrangement on that. EVER. I'm usually moved by that song. I wanted to move alright after charlie's rendition. Under a bus.
That episode was amazing! The Mike / Rachel thing, though well done was probably the last thing on my mind! Although that kiss they shared was smoldering. I seen the fear over Rachel as more strategic not an example of the emotional frailty of women or whatever. Afterall what did Trevor's stunt say about the emotional state of men. Tgw fact is when someone pisses you off and ties are cut often times so is the loyalty. If an opportunity presented itself where she could benefit from outing Mike they live in a world where she could. I was more fascinated by the dynamic of Jessica and Harvey. They have one of the most intriguing bonds on the show.loved seeing that explored and tested.Amazing. also love that Mike us awkwardly interacting more with Jessica and her and donna too. They're my two fave women on the show loved seeing them share screentime. The donna /Harvey thing is interesting. I suspect it was one sided on her part but I love the platonic nature of the relationships more than anything
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