I'm rather curious myself if Josh will come into Grimm abilities at some point. At least he'll know that he's not going nuts! I'm rooting for an epic team-up of Elizabeth and Kelly against all comers, which currently includes the Royals (and Adalind) as well as the Resistance (in the person of Tavitian). As for Wu, I hope that they drag him out of the holding cell as soon as he's sober, sit him down and explain everything once and for all.
I watched Moonlight when it first aired and thought it was terribly underrated. Alex O'Loughlin was great in the series, which came just a couple years before the undead craze started. Of course, had it survived, we likely wouldn't have gotten O'Loughlin as McGarrett! I'm very glad you enjoyed my review. It's good to feel that connection to someone, isn't it? I regularly review NCIS: New Orleans and Grimm - the latter show normally airs in the same time slot as Hawaii Five-0, on NBC.
Of those on the list, I only watch Bones, Castle, and Hawaii Five-0 (and that one not regularly). Maybe it's a silly question, but what are BB and TWD?
There is no special order to the listing on the slideshow that I'm aware of. I'm glad you enjoyed the Mentalist finale so much, though!
Alas, if only I had Starz, that would be the show I'd watch. (I'm secretly a sucker for a time-traveling romance/drama!) I've heard great things about their adaptation.
Back when Elementary was first announced, I was really hesitant. I already loved the BBC's Sherlock, and I didn't want to be disappointed by a cheap American knockoff. And I really wasn't sure about their casting of Lucy Liu as Watson. I'm very glad to say that they took my expectations and smacked them around with a singlestick. Elementary is a great series with its own unique take on the classic Conan Doyle stories.
Cisco is fun because he is the guy who sees how ridiculous - and cool - their lives actually are. The rest all have various issues preventing them from really appreciating these things! Fortunately, Cisco's there to give an absurd nickname to the latest metahuman and remind them that what they're doing is actually really awesome.
Think about it this way: You didn't get any of these terrible plot twists inflicted on you! :-D
Heh, Bruce Campbell as Santa Claus. That guy is awesome. Was it treacly sweet in the end? Sure, but it's Christmas. It's Autolycus from Xena versus Taggert from Eureka over the fate of the world... at Christmas! Snicker.
My grandfather served in WWII and always wanted to fight on the front lines, but due to his poor eyesight they wouldn't let him - he ended up typing at a desk as a clerk until his service was up.
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