Emily's and Ashley's 'friendship' was the biggest shocker. "Lunch sometime". She didn't waist time with Daniel, not to mention how much she loathed Emily before. What's the deal now with those two, a truce? Conrad's biggest low would be the way he treats Charlotte now. You probably just hate him more than Victoria. Definitely Jack's lack of chemistry with Amanda. She seemed like baggage to him. Which is strange since they had an intense 'love connection/romance' before. Awkward. It looked like an old/mature man. It could be Jack, either of Emily's 'mentors' or someone we have not been introduced to yet.
He actually doesn't want to be sheriff which suits his character perspective. It's more like he is thrown into this world. Pretty interesting with strong actors made for a short film each week. Hope to discover more about how he and his brothers got into the ranch business.
What would have happened if Castle and Beckett got there first? Smith was certainly surprised to see Castle alive.
Catherine kicked ass, she showed she could handle herself. Although when it came to it, leaving McGarrett's mother alone could have ended poorly. I thought Steve was a bit reckless bringing his mother home when Wo Fat's transfer wasn't confirmed. From the moment those transport vehicles were on route an escape attempt was already in place. The amount of man power that went into that escape, it was reckless of Delano to pull a heist on his own. Why put so much effort in freeing Wo Fat to get shot in the end? What did he really do for Delano? That part made little sense, except to corner Doris in the end. The random three shots fired from Doris was odd. It was hidden from us for a reason. Wo fat seemed to know her, giving their relation more credibility. As for Danny, why not move again for his daughter? Also how much times would Rachel follow Stan around, constantly uprooting her daughter's life?
How did the Chef get too Emmet's mother so quickly? We knew she was interested, but wasn't he hooked up on someone else?
Sam has a lot of work cut out for him. His actions of affection seemed determined by this life changing situation. It's like he realized he could lose Andy and spilled his guts. That in itself could be a double edge sword. As much as Sam tried to reach out to Andy before, he barely touched the surface. He was holding a lot of pain inside him. I believe we need to get more insight into to who Sam is and what makes him think. His decisions would always be compromised if he chooses to act out of impulse and always at the last possible moment.
i don't know why things are so awkward now between Jane and Billy. I had always hoped for that strong friendship between them to remain for a little longer, rather than have these small teenage mistakes/impulses mess them up as a team completely.
As a fan of 24 I thought they kept saying Nina, her name on 24. I kept wondering if things would turn out the same. She is an interesting addition. I think Auggie sensed that Annie could not talk. He probably gets it, so long as she knew she could call him if things went beyond a point she could handle.
Peter's true friendship for Niel was confirmed when he admitted that he gave the signal for Niel to run and be free. Every inch of Peter is to "do it by the book". As much as his friendship means to him, it would be more in character if Peter found a legal way to help Niel, that did not also incriminate himself and his team. It was reckless of Peter to leave the map available, when he himself repeated how ruthless Collins was. He should have been more careful. It's ironic how much Peter thought he was helping Niel, when Niel was fine and Peter's actions lead Collins straight to Niel. Peter should have trusted that the better way to help Niel would be to leave it alone. Probably helping slow down the process on his end would have been more helpful.
I understand her independence as a mother, but Parker had just began to develop a relationship with his son. The least she could have done was be a bit understanding to his situation. "Ok Eric say goodbye to daddy". Saying things like "we did fine without you", that would be fine if she gave him a chance to be a dad in the beginning and he refused her. It was unfair of Eric to walk in when his dad was saying the irrational things when right before his mother was playing the same game. The judge asked the necessary questions for Eric's benefit, but she also did not consider whether Parker had the capability to adapt. He was not an unfit parent.
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