I'm so over Finn and Rachel.
Why is Shonda getting rid of the male eye candy on her shows?!
It's going to take a while for me to get the image of Lane's corpse hanging against the door out of my head. Even though the entire storyline with the embezzlement felt out of character, Jared Harris really delivered in this episode. I think I realized for the first time how unlike everyone else he is at that firm. Don finding out about the check represented a huge failure for him, and unlike Don, who is able to take a failure and bounce back from it, Lane figured he could never get past this disgrace. Desperate times, I guess.
More Betty Draper! To be fair, I think Betty was just as surprised that Sally was acting like a child who needed her mother instead of trying to act like an adult. Sally Draper can be pretty funny to watch on screen, but if I ever talked to my parents that way I would've been slapped in the mouth and forced to go on that ski trip. I also could've done without the shot of Sally Draper's stained underwear...just a little too much for me.
I am pretty discouraged by the fact that there was no mention of Peggy, nor does it seem like she will make an appearance next week (based on the previews that never give anything away). I'm not quite sure what it will take for me to like next week's finale, seeing as we've had two jaw dropping episodes, but it would be good to see something positive happen at the SCD(P?).
The Good Wife all the way...because I will take smart, sexy Cary Agos over Jack Porter and/or Daniel Grayson ANY DAY.
This is horrible! I wish she would've cut Taye Diggs so at least her audience wouldn't be forced to watch AddiSam anymore.
I better see more Cary next season!
This is definitely the most interesting episode of season 13!
The overall feel of the episode was great, and I really enjoyed it. However, the actual graduation scene really annoyed me. After being so excited for Puck passing his test, I was left wishing that Glee would just do this one thing normally - a legitimate high school commencement, without characters singing, without characters popping out from behind curtains in the auditorium. The end was just touching enough to redeem this episode for me, but would it be too much to ask for Glee to sacrifice a song in order for the show to reflect reality?
Wow. This is interesting news. But I'm thrilled that we'll see less of Ellis!
I was literally disgusted when Sam proposed to Addison. Aside from that ending, the episode was a good way to close out season 5.
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