hello to all. i've been following along and enjoying the comments.
in the ep, jane really reminded me of himself in red sails at night. that jumpy, twitchy anger. the way he felt betrayed by lisbon. he really felt close to the edge.
i don't think the humongous portrait indicated anything except the couple have hideous taste. only in the bedroom of the russian mobster have we seen such a woik-a-aht. jane's interaction with the blonde cop was interesting. she definitely knew him and expected a greeting.
i loved bertram's scene in the office. "i am many different things to different people." i thought he was gonna do "sympathy for the devil." I thought lisbon was lame and kind of grace-like to defy jane. she should bet with him.
hi entwife. have missed you. are you writing more?
wouldn't it be cool if rj kills stiles?
i love the video of robin and simon. thanks for posting. could he possibly be more photogenic? it reminded me of an interview she did on the set in season one where he runs into the shot and hugs her ostensibly for saying nice things about him to the press. don't think there was any subtext or funny stuff going on here. just one friend surprising another. he brought attention to her and skedaddled out of there. also, i rarely see him in a slim t-shirt (a fitted sweater, maybe? :D) and he looked fabulous in it.
hi all. at first glance, stiles is definitely the one who is most like jane. cagey, charismatic, energetic, enchanted by games. but can he physically perform the killings and can he perform sexually for all the mistresses? dunno.
i think stiles was designed by bruno to be the guy with the overview. like the crane shot at the beginning of red moon, the episode in which todd johnson talks about the big picture, brett stiles can see over all the rows in the field. stiles is less interesting if he's red john. being the guy who influences red john is much more fun.
i still like kirkland or bertram for rj only because they're already more interesting than hafner, smith, mcallister or partridge. those two are very complex men with a lot going on inside. the rest of those guys are pretty much ciphers. the writers can give them any attributes they want since aside from partridge, i have almost no impression of them.
@bw&r agree. i don't think there's a byzantine puzzle that will reveal itself if only we read the clues right. i think it will be whatever makes the best episode and the loose ends be damned.
@rationalgal i count ten rj murders (i'm including carter peak) when jane joined cbi. when bosco takes over the case, jane has been at the cbi for 5 years. there have been fifteen murders. emma plaskett happened during jane's 4th year. jared renfrew and the prostitute were two more but weren't in the classic style and the implication was that rj henchman did the job. so that leaves four rj murders between jane joining and bosco taking the case that aren't accounted for.
do you think, when simon goes surfer with all his salt of the earth friends, that he pays? like to sumatra?
actually looked up emmy fees. not bad at all. about $200 per nomination. one free entry for member of the whatever the emmy org is called.
glad to hear that simon and emanuelle were shortlisted for the emmy's. i wish, as i do every year, that simon would get recognized; then i smack myself on the nose and remind myself "nevah gonna happen, lady." emanuelle gave a stunning performance as lorelei. she deserves some recognition too.
does anyone know how the emmy's work? do you have to submit yourself and pay huge entry fees like most award shows? and is the first cut judged by people at the go-fer level and below in tv? all incredibly seedy. you know, like the hollywood foreign press (golden globes) is actually four drunk guys in a hotel room.
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