Schmidt needs to put a year's contribution in the Jar for breaking his penis Nadia. If he was going to break it, should have been with Cece. NOOOOO! Not Caroline again! Please start a "Doormat" jar for Nick where he can also contribute a year's worth of money. Winston needs to tell Nick it isn't the same thing. Nick was w/Caroline for 3 years while Winston just had a one-night stand with Shelby. COMPLETELY different relationship levels. Hilarious episode btw.
Lamont Bishop is not a stupid man. It wouldn't be smart for him to touch one hair on Kalinda's head after the FBI have already questioned him about her. Talk about looking guilty! He knows they're watching him *and* Kalinda now. So, why harm her? In addition, Alicia was a witness to the conversation he had w/Kalinda. They may have attorney-client privilege. But, if you go around threatening the lives of your lawyer & their staff, they WILL find a way out.
That was a fun episode! Karma IS biting Ellis in the butt because he's the one who brought Rebecca, the Movie Stah, into the production. Now, he's assigned "smoothie" duty! HA! Serves him right! Also enjoyed the chorus' response to Derek storming out & confronting Rebecca. Did anyone else notice how statuesque Uma Thurman is? She's eye-to-eye w/Derek without wearing heels.
I don't watch movies from India because my plate is backlogged w/enough U.S. titles. But, the Bollywood number was a hoot! Kat McPhee was so much sexier in that one number than she's been in any Marilyn-themed routine for the entire series. Good for her for rising to the challenge of Indian dance moves. The background scenes w/the other character had me LOL. My opinion on Dev hasn't changed though - if he can't be supportive of Karen & her dreams (which he knew about before), cut him loose! She doesn't need an insecure guy dragging her down.
@TVFanatic - The episode title is "Letters of Transit," referencing the movie, CASABLANCA. Not "Letters In Transit," which just references the postal service. ;-)
I think people are becoming distracted by August. It doesn't matter who he is. He can't end the curse. From what we saw last night, Mary Margaret & David don't even love each other enough to end the curse. I just read a review on blogcritics though that was very good, and put forth the opinion that what WILL end the curse will be love - specifically, Rumple's love for Bae. It's a good theory because what formulated the curse was Rumple's love and regret for not honoring the deal with his own son. Doesn't it give people pause that what was shown last night was Rumple actually using Regina to get his son back? That was the true end game. Not Regina's goal, but Rumple's.
Kathryn is awesome! Loved this episode & all the complex layers of Rumplestiltskin. Even if he loves Bae to search for him through 2 worlds, love doesn't absolve him of all the killing and pain he's wrought. After he pays the price, though, I do hope he will be reunited with a forgiving son.
Enjoyed this episode very much & agree w/the reviewer on most counts. SO glad GRIMM has been renewed for another season. YEAH! The only point I seem to be in the minority on is Hank. I like him. Even Buffy & Angel had human friends & allies - Giles, Xander, Cordy, Wesley, Fred, Gunn. We need to keep some of the humanity in Nick's world. Why? I guess just to remind him of what is at stake. Perhaps the ultimate twist would be to discover that Renard or the ruling families are not Wesen at all - just corrupt humans using Wesen to further their ambitions.
@Marine - There is no mystery. PETER was the person sitting opposite Walter & Astrid. Then Peter went to talk to Etta in the final scene.
Anyone else note the meaning of the ep title, "Letters of Transit?" It's the 70th anniversary of the movie, CASABLANCA. If you've never watched the entire thing, the letters of transit are what enables travelers to leave Nazi-controlled Casablanca. Without them, they're stuck and could even be arrested. They're also what could enable the antihero, Rick, to reunited with Ilsa, his long-lost love.
IMO, the ep title hints at the most bittersweet of romances - two lovers who give each other up for the greater good of saving the world. *sniff* Just an observation because any reference to CASABLANCA has to have some romantic significance. It's what the movie is known for - an unlikely hero sticking one's neck out for an ideal.
Forgot to add my nomination for best line:
Red: "I should be having adventures with lemurs!" - HA! You go, girl!
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