Casey has every right to be upset. He's not calling her out in front of the crew, he still responds to her as a colleague, but Voight caused him great distress. Almost to the point where Casey's life and everyone he cared about was in danger. Casey knows Voight's sneaky ways, and if Dawson asking for his help lead to his unforeseen release, he could cause harm and be a greater threat to Casey's life. The mere fact that Dawson confided in him, meant she sold everything for a favor and was in his dept; a fate many feared because of him.
So Mills' comment was disrespectful, because it came from jealousy. Even if the comment was true, he is still threatened by Casey and that made the comment disingenuous. So long as Casey doesn't cross a line or abuses his authority, he has every right to feel anger, because of the pain Voight caused him. Ironically Mills could say for the very least the same about himself. He doesn't know what Casey feels and condemns him anyway. Very hypocritical.
As for Cruz, Casey should have recommended counseling, or something to help Cruz through his depressed state, the first time he slipped up. Hopefully Cruz is able to find some peace and make a difference in other ways.
It's interesting that Rumple always knew who he was in Storybrooke. Had he crossed over without his enchantment spell, what would he have reverted to?
No competition. Amy!!!
I wanted them to go out on their terms with a final season. Will be missed.
I miss Vegas already. Katherine and Ralph have undeniable chemistry.
Go girls :D
It was strange that they weren't more suspicious of Cyrus in the field. Nikita watched him put some piece of paper in his pocket and then Cyrus asked to experiment with the device. Maybe to Nikita it was all part of his cover. After all, just before Cyrus confessed to Nikita that he knew where she was and did not turn her in, maybe Nikita began to trust him. That didn't mean Michael and Alex couldn't fulfill the suspicious roll.
Speaking of Alex, she needs to chill. She went in hard on herself and Michael. Let's hope Nikita notices the changes. As for Sean, most likely Michael found out about the trap after the fact and sent Sean in as back-up. So Sean's entrance was drama, but made sense and suited the moment. Still it sucks when you know that main characters would not get killed off like that. So we knew Alex would have either been saved or gotten lucky. They need to boost the risk. Decent episode, missed Owen.
Yay Piper :D
Have you ever been irritated by something in your past that it triggered an impulse? Now you are reformed and know better, but that member of your past knows how to push your buttons. Eagleton is that to Leslie. Otherwise Leslie knows better, but the park "knock off" was probably the best representation of how some Eagletonians stereotype Pawnee and it was hilarious.
Maybe they needed the same time slot as Beauty and the Beast. Wonder how each show would have done if they swapped?
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