I think the fact that Suits is the close second choice says a lot. I think we've been taken over to some extent by teeny-boppers. Once they're done, the adults will have their turn to win!
These are my USA Network Edition dream Emmy nods: Best Drama: Suits Best Comedy: Psych Lead Actor in a Drama: Gabriel Macht(Suits) Supporting Actor in a Drama: Rick Hoffman &/Or Patrick J. Adams (Suits) Lead Actor in a Comedy: James Roday (Psych) Supporting Actor in a Comedy: Dule Hill &/Or Tim Omundson (Psych) Lead Actress in a Drama: Gina Torres(Suits) Supporting Actress in a Drama: Sarah Rafferty (Suits) If there is anyone out there who knows or understands why USA Network can NEVER get an EMMY nod, with only a few exceptions I can think of as of late, please DM me! I am SO CURIOUS!
I really wish we could have gotten a confirmation on whether or not SHAWN and Juliet were going to break up this season, not Lassie and Jules!
@Terrie---unfortunately that's exactly what I'm saying. I'm not a medical professional, nor, I suppose, is it something very prevalent in my area. haha @All---now that we've moved past the whole HankMed split plotline for the most part, give it a little time to settle back into what it used to be and then decide whether or not the show is too far gone for you!
Loving that you all are so into this review and the episode as a whole. I'm wondering where you think Hardman's act is going to go, and why keep up the seething but abruptly polite chit-chat when Jessica and Harvey have already acknowledged him as a threat? What does he gain by doing so? @Blu---I agree, we are still kind of in a he-said-she-said scenario where--- like the tag for this season of Suits so aptly put it---"nothing is ever black and white." It's clear Hardman wants to make them miserable, but unclear what ends he's seeking.
haha, it didn't occur to me until just now, but it almost doesn't seem fair to be pitting men and women against each other like this, especially when they're both so attractive!
@SnaketheCritic USA has done this before with hit shows such as Monk and Psych, and although Monk ended it's almost decade run in 2009,Psych is wildly successful and moved to a nice place on Wednesday nights, anchoring the network's Fall programming. If Common Law proves equally strong, it may find itself moving to a different night sometime in the future. @All good work on the actress detecting. I concur, believing I've also seen her on the daytime soap. Wondering if she might stick around a while!
@Tyler I concur on this point. It was starting to get a little bit annoying that these two adult men couldn't approach each other as such and work out their problems!
@Amber---I, too, am a fan of Tommy and Maura maybe getting together. I can wait for it, though. I was also super excited that these two have gotten over this rough patch, at least as we see it right now. I'm ready for them to get back to being BFFLs!
That's kind of unexpected. But it's great that they've found someone to replace her!
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