Definitely The Breakfast Club meets ER.
Actually, there is game called, Emoji pop, or something like that, that my daughter plays that is very much like Symbolese. The only difference is that one can't communicate through it.
I had that though as well.
I read this reviewers submissions weekly and have often wondered if we are watching the same show. This week's review makes that possibility even more likely because she missed an important detail from the courtroom shooting. Yes, it has been stated before that Will tried to take the gun from his client. I seem to remember that it was also included in one of the show's infamous "memory pops." Also, Diane removed herself from the case because the client was lying his behind off and was about to perjure himself. Best guess, Diane has an ethical line that she just won't cross.
Kate, I am so there with you! Mycroft is totally behind what's happening with Joan. It's possible that he may be participating under duress. I don't like him one bit. He looks a sickly scarecrow to me and doesn't seem to possess an ounce of sexual appeal. That's why I'm glad they spared us the sex scene between him and Joan. I know that I'm a big meanie for saying that, but I can't remember ever feeling so grossed-out by a character who is supposed to be a romantic match for such an attractive character like Joan.
Camille wanted a smaller place. And travel and do more things in their third chapter.
Carla, Mama Pope doesn't want to kill the President. Remember she said that she's not a terrorist. She's more of a middlewoman. She was hired to do this.
Yes, Olivia's naivete about B613 is quite shocking.
Yes, there was some seriously writing glitches in this two parter. I had to rewind a few times to make the plot make any sense. Why was McGee by himself in the first place?
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