Anyone else wondering how Mr. CreepyVoice managed to plant that little camera on the victim's headset? Also, why did Mr. CreepyVoice instantly assume that the victim had double-crossed him when she accidentally walked in on Harold in the server room? Mr. CreepyVoice had presumably been monitoring her the whole time, and had no way of knowing that Harold had indeed communicated with her. Finally, the whole scheme just seems absurdly and ridiculously complicated. Kidnap some a random kid to manipulate a 911 operator to erase a phone log? Any half-decent strategist knows that the more moving parts you have, the more likely something is to go wrong. And furthermore, in all likelihood the cops would *never* have made the connection to Fusco's victim if the bad guys hadn't called attention to it in the first place! This episode just had way too many problems for me to really enjoy it.
The poll is missing a fourth option: Casey finds a way to get a Stateside assignment so neither of them has to go to Afghanistan.
Here's a thought regarding Dorian's mysterious memories: We know that his creator is experimenting and likely trying to perfect the synthetic soul technology. What if he's trying to create an android that thinks it's human? And what's more human than having a childhood? They'd be the perfect infiltrators, believing their own cover story. I'm not sure how likely it is they'll go this route, but it's worth considering.
I practically laughed my socks off when Kennex busted out that Kiwi accent. I wonder if anyone's ever going to ask how he can do a Kiwi accent in the first place, or whether they just think he's doing a bad Australian accent... In any case, it was fantastic to hear Karl Urban's real accent for once!
Skye is probably going to show us her 0-8-4ness next episode. And, when she wakes up, she can tell the team that Mike Peterson is still out there. Wasn't Quinn's expression a little odd when he remarked that he had his orders too, right after he shot Skye? Hmmm...
It's set in the zombie-verse, of course.
I knew something was off with Vaughn the moment he walked in on Danica at his warehouse because she didn't immediately kill him like everyone else. Also, I observed that Kennex repeatedly refers to Danica as "it," while everyone else calls Danica "she". Curious, if nothing else. Kudos for finally making use of Kennex's synthetic leg; it's apparently handy for kicking exploding androids out the door! And last but certainly not least, the MX Destruction Derby continues, with at least five (almost certainly more) MX units annihilated in this episode!
Heh, "Quantum Leap" was a lot of ridiculous fun. It's even more hilarious when you consider their version of what the future would be like - lots of light-up accessories and very 80s clothing styles! I loved the way that Bakula and Dean Stockwell played off each other, too.
Interesting choice; I liked her on CSI: NY, but I'm not sure if see it happening here. For one thing, she's in her mid-40s, if I remember correctly. Then again, these are casting calls, and they might rework the character if they find an actor that just *works*.
This bit of casting news has actually made me more interested in NCIS: NOLA than pretty much any other piece of news regarding this spinoff. I have fond memories of Scott Bakula from "Quantum Leap," "Enterprise," and "Chuck." I'm just hoping the rest of the actors they cast don't try to be clones of the original cast members. As a one-off joke, that sort of thing is fine - funny, even - but it can't work long-term.
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