Julio was acting strange because his wife had been treated in that hospital years before. She died, I think of cancer, which he talked about earlier in the season. And he mentioned early in the episode that he was very familiar with the hospital and then later asked a nurse who had treated his wife there some years back.
"I'm still not clear on why Noah committed the crimes. Was it a robbery gone wrong, or did he have some other reason? I guess it doesn't matter. The point was that for once someone the cops didn't have their eyes on turned out to be guilty." I understood that he robbed them for the money and killed them because they could identify him because his dad had shown them videos and pictures of him. The detectives talked quite a bit about the half-million dollar motive on the table and the reason they caught him was because one victim's daughter recognized him without having ever met him because she'd also seen the photos and videos, so his worry was not unfounded.
A slideshow? Seriously? You'd have to work really hard to come up with a less efficient way to present this information.
Thank goodness for my DVR. I'll record both. If I had to watch one Live, it would probably be Revenge, only because CBS screws up Sunday night times with sports and things are anywhere from 15 - 45 minutes late. It's infuriating. I wish CBS would just give Sunday night over to live sports, sport follow-up, or repeats. Running original shows on Sunday night when you can't guarantee a standard start time is a crappy thing to do to the fans and it's why I stopped watching Cold Case.
DeeDee, if you really think Bones and Booth were 'here first', then you need some television history lessons. Before Bones and Booth there were Dave and Maddie and Laura and Remington. And long before any of them were Perry Mason and Della Street.
Chuck and Morgan!
When a show gets as much hype as Grimm did, it needs to be better than the hype. Grimm wasn't. I like the actors, but I found the pilot boring and uninteresting. I may watch a few more episodes to see if it finds its way, but right now I'm just disappointed.
I did see the Divya thing coming. She's been yawning, tired, working two jobs, and upset about her family stuff for episodes now. That leads to sleep deprivation and errors and, in her field, errors are really bad stuff. Really bad stuff = conflict, the lifeblood of television shows. I feel bad for her. She's had a really rough time and this won't help. I think she'll take it even harder since she's always so fastidious and it's not like her to make mistakes. What I didn't see coming was the General seeing and appreciating how capable Evan can be or that shock therapy no longer resembled One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest.
Elanor, the idea that a show should be written based on what is trending on Twitter disgusts me. Maybe Alek is trending, but that shouldn't be the basis of what happens to character or relationship development.
Ecellent! I've loved this guy since Roar.
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