Okay, so really she was just being flippant when she told Juliette that people call her "Trubel"! How unbelievably annoying that they all decide to actually refer to her by that name. That's what's so annoying. And, did they really take her to the precinct? Just feet away from the Captain? If he finds out she is a Grimm, oh my how the plot will change. Can't believe Nick would take that chance, or even the chance that someone will figure out who the murderer is.
When are you all going to get that episodes are NOT aired in order? This was chosen from ones taped to be comedic relief in the lineup. The order, and connected plot lines, are not of concern to the networks. Yes, it would be great if all the tv shows would air eps in plot order, but they don't so just get over that and enjoy the individual ep and marvelous acting you seelike Castle.
For god's sake, his name is RICK!Please let her call him by his name especially at probably the most e?tional moment of his life. This last name thing is driving me nuts.
Do TV shows really think that lovers, especially married ones, still call each other "Booth" or "Bones"? Or "Hodgins"? Or even "Castle" and "Beckett"?It really bugs me although I understand iy s written fiction and not real world. Personally, I'd really be thrown if my wife called me by my last name especially on valentine's day or life-saving crisis.Just sayin.....
This is another one of the out-of-order eps that networks have been doing lately. That's why no mention of the other ep's aftershocks. They save cetain ones to play out of order on weeks that they can play with the schedule, like a holiday Monday.
Haven't watched this crap for two years but couldn't pass up on at least peeking in on Jamie.Worth it for Berta's line about "At least he's not some child star gone off the rails..."
But why couldn't Donelly just let ALL the inmates that were put away by/around the "Man In The Suit" and then they would simply ID him if not try to kill him like Bear's owner?? Could have solved his case in minutes instead of weeks.
Truly hated the repeated annoying begging of Sherlock in this ep. Her helping him on cases has been so natural and from that "chemistry" so far. For it to be him hiring her as his apprentice takes it in a totally different direction that is not right, plausible or comfortable at all. It really took away for me this ep.
Was fine viewing and good acting.But, Caleb just strolls up to school the next morning after the entire drug gang spent the night searching all of NYC for "his a$$"? They never closed that part of the story and is inexcusable for this caliber of writers.
One thing I missed last night..did the sick kid from the opening live? What happened there? The rest of it? Excellent and then some. Well written, well performed. Terrible shame.
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