@Special-K while I also remember the no turning kids rule from Interview w/ a Vampire, I also think I remember them saying something on TB as well. From the sound of it, Drew was a pretty old and decorated vampire so perhaps he was turned in a time before such rules were made or perhaps his maker was a rogue. Either way he's vampire soup like Talbot now.
@San and @Citii so glad you liked the smoke monster line. Made my day to read your comments. How about poor Doug? I thought he was a werewolf in the beginning but turned out he's just a 9-5 grunt for Alcide's company. Hope he gets paid some overtime, but I have a feeling he'll never expereicne NYC, pee smell and all. Also how about Jason and Andy going all CSI at the shifter murder scene? How in the H-E-Double-Hockey-Sticks did Andy know those tire marks left behind were BF Goodrich Radials? That was some Marisa Tomei/Mona Lisa Vito sh-t right there. Straight out of My Cousin Vinny. Loved how Jason told Sam he was sorry about his friends. Two of my favorite lines while rather insignificant were "DREW IS GOO!" and "FATTIES FIRST!"
They never resolved the patient who came in with apparent migraines did they? The one whose Dad Zoey went and picked up. I got the feeling the next episode will pick up on the same crazy day where it left off.
@nellyluv12 pertaining to your comment about Nora and Eric...the two are not related by "blood" in the "normal" sense which by human standards would have indeed made the scene rather incestuous, instead they are are bonded by the same maker, namely Godric. While said revelation did make enjoying the shipping container twistfest less creepy and negating the need of a post view shower, I don't think anyone really would have covered their eyes even if it had remained taboo like we initially were lead to believe.
but rather are bonded by the same maker. While said revelation did make enjoying the shipping container twistfest less creepy and negating the need of a post view shower, I don't think anyone really would have covered their eyes even if it had remained taboo like we initially were lead to believe.
@kaytea it is clear you read the review, I forgot to ask if you had any thoughts on the episode?
@childish gambino thx as always for the comments, but can meeting a woman while playing W.O.W. really be considered "online dating"? If so Leroy Jenkins must be a full blown P.I.M.P.
@Kaytea HAHAHAHA I am such a dope. TY for pointing out my mistake in calling the Ducky Tie "amphibian clad." There is no moron check sadly. Good lord it was a long day and a longer night. Like the Pixies song, I had to ask myself "Where Is My Mind?" I have since fixed it but have to tip my cap to you as I try to hide my blushing face at such a silly mistake. And to think my AP Bio teacher in H.S. was a herpetologist. He'll never forgive me.
@JCD good point, make sense about the scenario Barney described, I just thought there was something there to do with the magazine/news stand Ted frequents as an important locale down the road.
@Greg nice catch on the Wharmpess Beer bottle. I missed that.
@fortyseven mush obliged for the link. I'll be sure to brush up.
@Ted I hear you my man. I echoed your sentiment I think somewhat. I really hope they don't try to squeeze in such a pivitol moment toward the end like the writers of LOST did.
@Paula, the dating profile was well done TY for mentioning it. I didn't take the time to pause and read the whole thing but I did notice the part under hobbies that listed "doing the NYT's crossword." That raised my eyebrow for sure before having my suspicions confirmed by Barney's confession. In my haste to get these reviews out I do often fail to mention some things, which is why I always look forward to people like yourself who point them out. I could wax on and on about each episode but my job is to provide a solid base upon which we can get a discussion going. Thank you for the comments and keep em coming!
Danielle, that being said I gotta give Dan props for admitting so in such a funny way. I'm old enough that I watched the show when it was airing, and I got a good laugh from the first line of this review.
LelaRose I hear ya on your "already?" comment. I think we have to remember though that undisclosed amounts of time elapse in between episodes. Like Ted and Robin not talking to each other seemed as if it had been going on for a while right? Ted made a point of saying how long it had been since they had last talked. Ted seemed to have been in his new apartment for a while now given all the scenes of him doing laundry naked, spilling soup naked etc. Just hope Ted doesn't become like"Naked Fat Guy" from Friends who they all poked with the giant stick they fashioned from chopstix.
Joey: All right now remember, something this big and long is going to be difficult to maneuver, fortunately I have a lot of experience in that area.
Rachel: What are you 12 today?
Ross: Can we please focus here, a naked manâ€™s life hangs in the balance!
Moving on from my previous comment let me now focus on the good because there was plenty. Jackie's klepto roomate Doris's repeated attempts to read aloud her Fuk-U letter and Laura the counselor's threat to go upstairs and throw it off the roof. I didn't mind Carmelo's cameo. I thought the story about him intentionally taking a fast ball to his hand to get a year of dope was interesting and I'm guessing has been done on some level of athletics. I also loved the image of his character driving a Ferrari into a wall to see if it had airbags. There's no doubt Mike Cruz is a DB but I do think his giving O'Hara the bigger office was because he has a little thing for her. I see sparks flying there, anyone else? I lol'd when Akalitus screamed "we're having a baby!" Things of more substance i enjoyed were the back and forths Jackie had with Laura. You come from a fukked up place... I come from Queens. She had Jackie pegged but was caring and genuine when she told her that pills kill the pain but she did not get sick all by herself. Jackie is good at her job but sucks at life...that pretty much sums it up. Jackie showed just how good she is when she helped Doris, but for once she actually felt good after. She did her job so to speak without self-medicating and while the pain was dulled down neither was the elation and Jackie really seemed to enjoy that. I don't think the staff showed reliance on Jackie I just think they were showing how much she was missed and how they all seek to impress her, like when Coop tricked the smothering BF into getting kicked. Zoey has come a long way in her abilities and Thor is the ever dependable gentle giant.
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