Because he will eventually have to take the NY State Bar exam and if they find out, and they will, he would never pass muster on the background check. :-)
I agree, the photos are of characters in programs. How about showing actors in programs who actually served their country.
Enjoyed it immensely. I sometimes enjoy a plot that I am able to see coming a mile away. I particularly liked it when Shaw decided she had an interrogation technique that would work. It is nice to see Harold outside the office and taking an active part in the investigation. Be interesting if they bring the "Voice" back into the picture.
Why is it so difficult to wend my way thru the ads to view the article. It's not really worth it to me. Your efforts are wasted.
I signed on as Joker573 and one omission I made in my comment about raising children (sponsoring as well) is the mistakes they make must be made with the idea they not be subjected to "I told you so" by the parent/sponsor. They need to be left to realize they are responsible for the consequences of their actions. If I as a sponsor rub their nose in it then they can focus their anger and feelings on me and avoid looking into their own responsibility.
I can only tell you what worked for me not what will work for you. It's like raising kids, they only learn to make choices in their best interest by making mistakes.
There better be a next season. I want to see where the hell they go on the jet and who Nico "really is."
Why no review of this episode???????
Excuse my ignorance but was Maeve played by Beth Riesgraf, late of Leverage? I believe she was there with dark hair? I don't recognize her as the actress who played in the original episode as Reid's love interest.
really scary show, with excellent psychological representations of this child's dysfunction. Why are there no current reviews of this program?
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