*Will yells at Jack etc
I made the same mistake the reviewer did LOL
Finally catching up...
I saw the pre-empted episode; quite frankly, I don't think it added anything to THIS particular episode.
The abandonment theme was practically screaming at us the entire episode. It was probably most visible during the scene where Will yells at Graham, and Graham walks away, leaving Will alone under the "angel".
I'm probably the only one that thought Hannibal killed the Angelmaker? He seemed slightly perturbed when Will mentioned that the killer sees people for what they are (kinda like a Grimm LOL), and it seems a bit implausible that the guy could string himself up like that...
Also - I can't believe they showed the skinned bodies on network television. Wow.
Okay, so NBC...
1)...decided it was a great idea to move Grimm - which was holding its own on Friday - to Tuesdays for THREE FREAKIN' EPISODES and then park it back on Friday, when they had other shows *cough*Hannibal*cough* that actually could have used a better lead-in.
2)...renewed Community but left it off the schedule. Again.
3)...still can't make up its mind about Hannibal, which is arguably their best drama, and left that off the schedule too.
So either they're expecting some of their pickups to fail miserably and replace them with their omissions, or they have no idea what they're doing. Oh NBC. What a hot, freakin mess.
I'm surprised you guys mentioned Regina and not her mother, Cora - who is by far one of the worst mothers ever.
I agree with all the previous comments - I think Castle's gone above and beyond the call of duty to be with Beckett and to be good to her; she hasn't extended him half of what he's given to her. How could Kate POSSIBLY think that not telling him was okay? Even if it was something that she needed to do for herself, she should have told him. Castle deserves to be treated better; she's treating him like a freakin' doormat.
Quite frankly - as much as I like Community - I'm surprised that it survived while Go On didn't. I'm guessing NBC is going for syndication value?
Just - a million yesses to this clip. YES to everything Castle said.
She was Katherine CHANCELLOR, not Chandler. I totally grew up watching Y&R - she was like the cool, feisty grandmother I always wanted. RIP Duchess.
I agree that the main characters should have some more interaction, but I still enjoy the show. However, I will say that it's gotten a tad predictable. I think we all saw Dante's malefaction coming. And Dan's right - from the start of that scene we knew that Will was gonna make a pass at Deacon.
One more thing - I totally agree with Dan - Deacon is freakin' awesome. He is easily the best written and best acted character on this show. And just for that, I want everything good to happen for him. Until, you know, he finds out he has a teenage daughter...
I really disliked this episode. For one - as a woman, I hate when women on TV can't say what they feeling and do that "it's nothing", expecting the guy to know what they mean and want. Ted was right - if she had just TOLD Barney she needed him, I bet he would have been there. Speaking of Ted...
Second - I audibly groaned when Ted showed up at the park. Can we just let go of the Ted/Robin nonsense already??
Third - The whole Barney/Robin Sr thing was kinda awful and forced, and went nowhere. If we need to give Barney a father figure, for the love of all that is holy, bring back John Lithgow!
A very tiny part of me is hoping that they're setting something up that is going to surprise us (like Barney's proposal after a string of annoying episodes) - but short of that...ugh.
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