agree. it was a good ep. michael gaston has always been great in this show. and drew powell pulled a difficult role off well.
yes. all the familiar blue blankets of the show were taken away. i think those were perfect pieces of business to show what's happened to jane. very efficient. you're so right about the fanfics. but of course, i'm going to feel the same about red john being off the menu.
i can't find any on-set photos for my blue heaven etc. any hints?
agree stiles/de large is a cheesy choice.
thanks waseem. very helpful.
anyone notice that when you comment, the site often inserts your comment before the previous comment? sometimes this happens quite a bit later making it hard to follow when someone answers someone's question because often the answer appears before the question. that's a glitch that needs to be fixed.
i feel like there has to be an in-person showdown between jane and red john for us to get a truly emotionally satisfying ending. maybe the twist is that the guy that jane thinks is rj, saves jane from rj. if rj just drifts away, that will suck. unless they want to give themselves the chance to bring him back. which would suck.
mcallister only one left from season one, i think.
bertram season three.
stiles season two.
smith season five.
hafner season three.
@km that's a good point. maybe the comeuppance is from someone or someones or something other than red john. remember when kirkland first came on the scene and talked about volker and people in high places?
@rationalgal completely agree about comeuppance. patrick has never really been one up on rj except for the las vegas thing. though rj could be so fragile that he feels challenged by the smallest thing.
i'd love there to be more to kirkland but now that he has a twin, i can't see it not being a huge groan. but i get the pound a peg thing.
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