@R - Winston is part of the principal cast - he's not going anywhere. I think Damon Wayans would make a fantastic foil for Winston!!
Are we talking about Matt DILLON or Matt DAMON? The first line says Damon but after that it's consistently Dillon...
I haven't forgiven Shyamalan for The Last Airbender yet.
Great spoilers! Hopefully those "residual" effects on Nick won't take ALL SEASON to resolve like Juliette's amnesia...
Okay - I'm going to do my best to state what I think without sounding as annoyed as I am...but as a so-called "modern" woman myself, I must say that Stana's comments are a bit ridiculous.
Kate choosing the job doesn't make her MORE of a modern woman, or a winner. Kate choosing to stay with Rick doesn't make her LESS of a modern woman, or a loser. The joy and greatness of being a modern woman is the privilege of CHOICE. "Modern women" have the right to choose whatever they want to do, whether it be love, career, both or neither. I hate her implication that not taking the job would make Kate less of a woman. That's an insult to every woman who has weighed her options and chosen love, family, dogs, cats, whatever - over a career.
(sigh) I think I sounded annoyed anyway...
Castle is not a "modern woman's story." It's a dramedy about a millionaire writer and the woman he's in love with. A little perspective is in order.
While I would LOVE to attend a 20th anniversary X-Files panel, really, a panel without MULDER is about as ill-advised as the last season without Mulder. Mulder, Scully, Skinner - at the very least - should be there.
I'm sad that T-Bone is leaving, but I'm glad that the person taking over for him is at least in his camp, and will hopefully keep the music up at the same standard. AND I hope they bring some more focus back to the music in the next season.
Oh my gosh, Harrison is freakin' adorable.
Man, Grimm's starting so late this year.
And sad to not see dates for Hannibal or Community.
...His confidence in his superiority may be what ends him.
@J - what a great insight! You're totally right, Lecter totally was the Wendigo in Will's eyes at the end.
What a harrowing, tense, insane hour of television. Every character was put through the ringer. The tension between Will and Alana was just so raw and painful. I wanted to cry for Will, watching him be abandoned and doubted by everyone around him, actually becoming as alone as he's felt all along. Seeing the guilt flood over Jack Crawford when he realizes that this was his fault. Watching Lecter spew lie after lie - and his incredible psychopathic performance as he "cried" to Scully DuMaurier. Amazing - all around.
One thing worth noting in this is that Hannibal - as far ahead as he thinks - is capable of mistakes. He would have gotten away scot-free without Will suspecting a thing, had he just framed him for Abigail's murder. But his curiosity, setting Will up to take the fall for murders that Will KNOWS he didn't do - that may be his downfall. His confidence in his superiority may be what ends him.
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