Kate, it's interesting that you are picking up on something between Joan and Bell, because what I see is Sherlock's sexual exercise mates as surrogates for his feelings for Joan. He has sex with them but secretly likes Joan. Collecting blankets to help the homeless in the park is something he did for her. Did you see the smile on his face when she went to get her coat?
"an episode that will be watched over and over again just to watch Sheldon and Amy's kiss" - Yes, Carla, I rewound that scene a few times to analyze lip placement (open or close mouth) and hand placement. I love a man that knows what to do with his hands during a kiss (on the hips or small of the back are always nice).
" I would have been perfectly okay with Amy breaking up with him on Valentine's Day." - I had this exact same thought during the episode! Sheldon was way more Sheldon than he needed to be in this episode.
Actually, Castle said, "You were a model for Modern Fashion (or whatever the name of the magazine was)." That indicated to me that he knew about her modeling, just not her modeling resume.
I've seen some viewers speculate that Stefania(the gypsy queen) is actually Sean Renard's mother. So, any double-crossing will likely be to his benefit, especially if it's his baby.
I not a big Will fan, but I admit that I was expecting him to eventually come out of the fog of hurt in which he has allowed himself to be engulfed before becoming completely irredeemable. Boy, am I glad that I didn't bet on that. This episode makes him beyond redemption for me. His fight is not with Peter. Truthfully, it's not with Alicia either, but...well...you know. And then he has the nerve to throw Diane into the conversation?! I can't...I just cannot deal with the hypocrisy and nuttiness that is Will Gardner.
Longest episode ever!! At some point it felt like we were near the end of the episode, and I looked at the clock only to realize we were half way through. That's how intense this episode was. Christine, you put every emotion I was feeling into words. Great episode.
Like you Miranda, I also began to think about some things. While watching this episode, I began to wonder about the higher-ups that Dorian mentioned - the people charged with regulating the new technology found in Almost Human's future setting. Surely, an episode will be done to introduce the audience to those who must decide which tech is beneficial to society and which must be outlawed. Perhaps they are something like the FDA, where tech must be rigorously tested before approval. Is there Department of New Technologies with a Tech Secretary as a part of the President's cabinet? Would they take issue with Dorian's re-commission?
I am definitely a fan of this show, and I'm glad I won't have to wait long for it to return.
Very interesting!! And cool too!! Thanks for sharing.
Yes, I'm pretty sure Olivia will be brought on board to deal with Sally's "sin." Daniel's death will be covered up in some way, and it will be held over Sally's head to keep her on the ballot with Fitz.
The tone of this review is very appropriate given the tone of the episode. Now the Sherlock has been made to face the consequences of his questionable actions over the last season and a half, I wonder does this mark the end of something and, subsequently, the beginning of something new, like a more agreeable Sherlock or a different relationship between him and the police. It certainly feels as if something new is on the horizon.
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