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Once Upon a Time Review: The Missing Piece

I guess this episode puts to rest the suggestion made last week that Regina in that episode was really Cora. Based on her comments this week, the Regina meeting with Snow/Charming was the real Regina. Regina's other appearances, OTOH could still in theory be Cora.

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Person of Interest Review: No Reservations

I liked that the Bureaucrat’s secretary turned out to be Root. She showed up in at least one prior episode but she showed up only then as a figure with no face shown. I had my suspicions then about if she was Root and thought they were going to go the same route again until the final reveal of her identity. There is defiantly something she is working on.

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Person of Interest Review: Prison Break

But what is Kara real agenda? She is definitely out for revenge against those who set her up to be killed. She knew that while John had been ordered to kill her (as she was ordered to kill him) there was a fall-back plan with the missile strike that he spotted.

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Criminal Minds Review: Bugged About Karma

Briightonjack commented "I am glad that he didn't kill the boy but that made no sense.....I will see you in 20 years and he leaves him. The pattern was to kill the person right away." The cops were right outside and ready to break in. He either has time to kill the kid which would get him killed by the cops or leave the kid alive and head to the hospital to kill himself next to a new born so he can return for the kid (and the remaining other victims) in 20 years. He had to take the latter option since with the police after him he could not try for any of the other victims right now. I loved the ending where as he died he realizes that since the baby was taken away he was going to end up in the bugs he was going to use to capture the kid's soul.

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Rizzoli & Isles Review: Multiple Murder Boy

While my first thought was to inspect the Typewriter ribbon (to see what was typed when they could not find the manuscript) I have some gripes with the use of a one-time-use carbon ribbon (would it be usable in the 70+ year old Underwood typewriter?). Also, while it had the last page(s) they said that the prior pages were typed 3 months ago and that he spent the intervening time typing poems and other things. I do not think that the cartridge would last 3 months. Also, what happened to the prior cartridges? Did he toss them after replacement? I also question him not using carbon paper or scanning the original into the computer just in case. I have a friend who is an author and prior to going to a computer she always used carbon paper when she wrote.

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Person of Interest Review: Taxi Driver

In the close captioning on this episode, when Bear was given a command, the caption stated it was done in Germain. Am I misremembering or when he was introduced (and in prior episode CCs) wasn't it stated that he responded to Dutch not Germain commands?

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Person of Interest Review: Taxi Driver

jeff at December 7th, 2012 4:42 PM asked "forgive me for a "duh" moment but what does H.R. stand for?" I do not think it was ever mentioned. It was only referred to as HR.

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Once Upon a Time Review: Good Always Wins

The question was asked on where they got the ship. That was implied when Hook said that they would have to go to Wonderland. This was to get his ship. The producers were asked (on TV Guide) why Emma is Swan. I think this episode answered the question (at least for me). When she turned out to be so powerful (and able to stop Cora from removing her heart) she morphed from being just a plain human (the Ugly Duckling) into her real status as a Swan (ie: She come into her role as the Fairy Tale Character that she is).

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Dexter Review: Driving Solo

If LaGuerta is killed this season then her long run is over. She was killed in book 1 (which season 1 was based on). While the following seasons were mostly isolated from the book continuity (aside from Dexter marrying and adopting the kids and I think Deb now knowing in the books about Dexter's Sideline) this would be one plot point from the books that is finally used.

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Elementary Review: The Ukrainian Angel of Death

DeAnn said
"I enjoyed Basil Rathbone as Holmes in movies made in the 60s". While she might remember them from TV in the 60's they were actually made from 1939 until sometime in the late 40's. After the first 3 or 4, they reestablished/updated him as being in the 40's during WWII (as opposed to the 1890's).

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