i love love love criminal minds! i was sooooo happy that they went back to basics and focused on pure profiling and really talked professionally with all the terminology and profiling work and all. i soooooo miss it in the current season or two.
oh who can forget Ving Rhamas and his Diamond Dog character in Con Air, or his role in Mission Impossible!Jamie Bamber and his roles in Hornblower and Law and Order UK!it will also have Tara Summers, loved her in Boston Legal!Eyal Podell, talk about hottie alert! plus Mason Cook, he was so adorable in Spy kids! the cutest kid ever!all in all it is a golden cast!!!!!!
can't wait as well!! i LOVE Alfred Molina!!! fell in love ever since i saw him "Chocolate" and then watched ALL of his movies. Plus this is Kelly's creation! aside from Harry's law created some of my fav TV shows of all time. Boston Legal anyone?!! on a side note, i liked Harry's Law for the entire first season, i think they should have stuck with working out of a shoe store and solving neighborhood probs, it had an original spin.
@Serenityi am not saying that all the eps have to be drama only, but there has to be a balance, some comedy here, some drama here, some mixed eps. but this season barely has ANY drama at all!! just comedy and superficial caricatures of the characters and their feelings! it has nothing left from the first 4 seasons or even season 5 and 6.(even though those two were maybe a little too dramatic and not enough comedic relief, but still). season 7 is just tooooooooo shallow.
i don't like what they did with Mike, he is sooooo obviously wearing a wig with his own hair sticking out in the from and gelled up to mix with the wig. the only truly scary transformations are that of Blaine and Puck, i hope that Blaine is wearing wig, i hope they didn't really shave his hair off!!
Love JLH, not my fav show of all but i definitely enjoy it. congrats, it deserves a season 2. @USS Biddle (DLG-34)i agree, if Showtime or Cenemax would produce it, i think it would become very addictive.
this was sort of fun but it was a terrible ep as eps go, seriously, no drama at all! i mean adding a good balance of dramatic moments to this show is essential or it will turn into a full blown comedy with dark and gory humour! there was not enough of investigation, no dramatic moments only comedic,, this ep was a silly ep and i guess i wouldn't mind it so much if not for the fact that all the eps lately seem to be just comedy and caricature. we is the build up, where is the real suspense, where is the true procedural feel of the investigation? it seems to me that the writers are only thinking of "how to make the nest body more absurd than the previous one?" it's a race to give ludicrous situation, a gory effect (EWW factor) and some punch from the inicial reveal of the joke. the murders themselves don't feel serious at all. they are using child killers anymore i gues to make the investigation to heavy, they are not allowing for any true sadness or tragedy to come through in the killings!!
oh, and as soon as Josh called her "One tough BROAD.." i didn't like him any more, i knew nothing is going to come of it. do guys think that is okay to call women Broads????
OMG, Lacey is going to think drugs i am sure! this ep returned me to this show, the previous one seemed a little disconnected to me but this one refocused on Riley and real life struggles of a single mother and now Evan is in the same situation as Kyle, no job and a a lot of responsibilities. i hope he will handle it better. at least Evan doesn't have a drug prob. speaking of probs, i am glad they didn't go the easy way and make Garrett a client from the list, but like this he is just gone, now if he was from the list it could have brought on a whole pile of new shenanigans and crap to deal with, i mean the only way she would have been able to warn her mom was to admit that there was a list in the first place, not to mention that he could have blackmailed her.
*twilight crazies and all the other vamps out there.
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