As much as Jane fought for her win, somehow the husband's fight got lost. Even after the small affair I had hoped the show would have shown some sort of guilt or reaction in the husband. Wasn't he the one pushing for the case? I don't know why Jane did not follow her instincts and report the elevator incident to the judge. How did opposing get a hold of the tape with Jane and Kim? Was he having them followed? It was another interesting episode. Fred always seemed to need Jane more than Jane needed him. It is good to see Luke driving Jane for the better.
Lets hope there is more to this episode, seemed like they told us the hole pilot. It looks good though. Unique characters, hope it exceeds my expectations.
@Fudgefase wow, then that's truly sad.
...Sam could be a decent guy, but because of his own insecurities within himself, he tends to pull down those that love him. It's up to Addie to make the best choice for Henry and no one else. That is what being a mother is about. Sam needs to know boundaries, you do not tell the nanny to leave, that's not his call. He is afraid of losing Addie and is willing to jump the gun in hope that all their problems would be fixed. Life doesn't work that way. Until Addison sees that, she doesn't deserve the loving care Jake has to offer either.
Addison needs to learn to make up her own mind and stick to it. When Addison got Henry, she showed so much maturity but then she slipped back into this 'choosing between two men' nonsense. Henry should be the most important person in her life now. Sam is immature. He acts like a child when he doesn't get his way and becomes spiteful as an act of revenge. When he was speaking to Jake after witnessing the kiss, he took out his feelings on the situation. There could have been less attitude there. Jake was the only one to show maturity from day one. Sam was ridiculous to think he could be with Addison and still support her choice to be a mother when he did not want children. He was naive to run back to her when she may have changed her mind slightly and he was also a jerk for lashing out at Addie when she tried to move on. Sam could be a decent guy, but because of his own insecurities within himself, he tends to pull down those that love him. It's up to Addie to make the best choice for Henry and no one else. That is what being a mother is about. Sam needs to know boundaries, you do not tell the nanny to leave, that's not his call. He is afraid of losing Addie and is willing to jump the gun in hope that all their problems would be fixed. Life doesn't work that way. Until Addison sees that, she doesn't deserve the loving care Jake has to offer either.
Unforgettable is cancelled? Seriously disappointed.
Happy Mothers Day to all mothers. Those mothers who have given birth and others who have spent time raising children. That in itself have told us of the sacrifices you had to make in your life. You guys cannot mention Lauren Graham as Lorelei Gilmore without including Bonnie Bedelia as Camille Braverman on Parenthood. Camille has shown great strength as a mother by letting her children know that she would always be there for them. That's all anyone really needs in their life.
Kate was so afraid of Ben that she slept with Justin. That is far past being afraid, Kate seriously needs to grow up. Kate tried to keep busy enough to distract her from her fear of that 7:30 land mark, dude it's just a time and she could have easily opted out of it. It was sad to see Ben hurt after he found out she was with Justin. I imagined he pictured how he felt when he found out his ex cheating on him. It seemed a bit insensitive of Kate to then ask Ben out after just sleeping with her ex, especially knowing what Ben told her on the roof of the office building. This would cause Ben to reevaluate his choices. I always thought Justin was just as confused as Kate, which made them unsuitable for each other. As stuck up as Ben can be, he actually has a good heart that he hides from a few. Kate may have just caused it to go back in hiding, and that may have been the boost of maturity she needed.
All the pieces are now seamlessly coming together and it doesn't seem like some wild conspiracy plot. The emotions are real, which also brings great merit to these characters. I shouted when Giancarlo got shot, yet another heartbreaking scene. Missing has truly captured true emotion. I believe that Paul loved Becca and as harsh his methods, he was right. Another wonderful episode to this beautiful series.
It's so good we get to see Private Practice earlier in the week. Addison and her son are so cute. They just jumped ahead to her being a mom and I like that. I am also glad that Addison didn't wrap herself into a love triangle, her son has also given her maturity.
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