It's interesting to see a pattern emerging with Klaus. Even though he can't stand criticism and generally acts like a big baby about the way people treat him (even though its wholly deserved), he seems to be attracted to women who call him on his BS. First Caroline and now Cami. I love it when people call Klaus on his crap. It helps bring our favorite "immortal egomaniac" down a peg or two.
This show had peaked my interest before, but I'm definitely watching now. I love Jason Dohring and cannot wait for the Veronica Mars movie. One of my favorite series of all time. I keep hoping someone will smarten up and cast him in a great series that will showcase his remarkable acting skills.
Hey Matt. I thought Parenthood was on NBC. Is that a typo?
I love this show. I was a fan of the original movie in all its cheesy 80s, B-Movie glory and I'm a fan of the TV remake. I'm hoping, though, that the added episodes will make the story lines more coherent. I love the fast-paced nature of the story-telling, but sometimes it can get so convoluted that I end up having to view a few episodes a couple of times before I get the gist of the story. Hopefully, the extended season will allow for the writers to take their time with the story.
I agree with one of the commentators below. A few episodes ago, I wanted to strangle Wade's neck for his immaturity and thoughtless actions. Now, it's Zoe that needs a good talkin' too. In the end, though, both of these individuals have their lion's share of problems. Neither one of them knows how to be in a committed relationship. Wade, with his womanzing, and Zoe, with her perpetual fixation on what the right guy is suppose to look like. She stayed in a relationship for years because it was convenient, he looked good on paper, and they were in the same profession. Zoe and Wade are going to be at odds for awhile until they both grow up.
A little disappointing, but not all that surprising. Hopefully, Sebastian Stan will join Once Upon A Time as a regular now. Would love to see him as the Mad Hatter every week on my TV!
I totally agree! Eric McCormack inspires an aching sympathy for Daniel. You really just wanna give the guy a hug. So I agree the kiss seemed a little rush (although the chemistry is there) and I was glad that it turned out to be a hallucination. The hand-holding, however, hit a perfect note for their friendship/budding relationship. Now, I want to know more about Kate. She reminds me of Kate Beckett when Castle was just starting, a little vague and undefined. I'm looking forward to having her character fleshed out more.
While I agree with the comment above that Simon hasn't been on this show long enough, I think his character made a big enough impact (at least on me) to feel real sympathy for the guy. He was mysterious, sexy and had great chemistry with Annie (although I love Annie and Auggie together, too!). Can you imagine how crappy Annie's going to feel when she wakes up and realizes that Simon's gone? That she "failed" as a CIA agent because her instincts about Lena were wrong. That guilt is going to drive us into the rest of the season as she tries to cope. The "bratty teenager" we were seeing in the earlier episodes is about to get a rude awakening.
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