Mario s arrogance id mostly what did him in. Coupled with the fact that people don't expect him to be arrogant because he's blind. The greatest step towards seeing handicapable people as equals is when they behave just as insufferably as anyone else. In a weird way I admired him for that. I loved his parting speech.
Moonlight hit me hard. If it had come just a year later...I'm still agitated about the Secret Circle as well.
Love her so much!
- too many to mention. I recite Suits quotes in my life on a regular basis. I was quite fond of grams tossing in some good ones. Harveys I answer to number one bit had me grinning. Great ones all around honestly.-Harmless fun.-all of them. Louis rocked the episode. Hoffman delivers...can't imagine anyone else playing that part. I loved him and Harvey reminising. He and she Louis were hilarious. Even his reminding Jessica of his importance.- let him hang himself. He's arrogant enough to trip himself up. It's only a matter of time.
Whoops. It's like the best thing to do during an argument in public...you can be wrong ss sin but if you speak nicely and smile while giving someone a verbal lashing you not only further rile up your opponent ...you make them look bad when they are yelling like a mad person.
@Chandel I think right now hardman is playing the appearance game. In being polite and pleasant he has those around him questioning why Jessica and Harvey are reacting the way that they are. I mean some of the viewers are questioning them already. Surely the employees are doing the same. Jessica runs a relatively tight ship with her own style. Hardman brings in promises for something new. He's like that parent that comes in and gets to be the fun one while "mom " is stuck being the heavy. The"kids " get distracted by ice cream for dinner and promises of trips to Disney that dad is offering up. They'll be on his side until later on when they start missing the structure. I think he's trying to win over the firm before taking over the firm.
I too was wondering why andis boobs were hanging out like that. I found it distracting and I'm not into chicks! I'm loving Nick. He's my new favorite!
-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.
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