It's good to see the four big players (Derek, Eileen, Julia, and Tom) working together without any real drama amongst them. It seems like the season will end with some drama regarding Rebecca, paving the way for Ivy and Karen to start competing against each other again in the fall. Derek's hallucinations with Karen are getting weird, though...I wish he would tell Eileen something about them so the audience could have a little bit of insight into his brain!
I was so shocked that Christina chose Jesse! Literally...jaw dropped. I never really connected with his story all that much, even though he has an incredible voice. I thought for sure she would send Chris Mann home. And even though it sucked seeing Jordis sent him, I think Blake's team is incredibly strong going forward...love all of them!
I'm still so excited from this episode! 1. It's clear that Alicia loves her kids more than anything in this world. One of the reasons I love TGW is that the brilliance of the show isn't limited to just this love triangle. So, forget Peter vs. Will, it's all about Zack and Grace. 2. I think Alicia still loves her family structure from before Peter's infidelity/prison stint, and I think she secretly likes being one half of a "power couple". She may not be in love with Peter, but she's always been supportive of him in the workplace because she believes he's a good leader. It doesn't seem like Alicia's unhappy with their current situation...she's no longer depends on him financially or emotionally, but they make a good team when it comes to the kids. 3. Really looking forward to Cary's return to LG. It better result in some serious screen time for Matt Czuchry...not only is he easy on the eyes, but his character in the first two seasons had some serious chops, and it'll be good to get that intensity back on a (hopefully) regular basis! Plus screen time with Kalinda!
This show is just starting to get good. I thought Sharon and Gigi were hilarious...Sharon's deep voice was hysterical!
The show would be significantly less amusing if she were to leave.
I'm still not convinced that Don isn't going to cheat on Megan. When we saw flashbacks of him visiting Anna before he married Betty, he was so happy and really seemed committed to Betty. Obviously things changed! We're essentially only 5 episodes into the season, so we're not even at the halfway point yet...someone is going to cheat soon. It makes me sad that none of them really seem content with their lives...and now I'd have to throw Ken Cosgrove into that club, too. Brilliant voiceover at the end, but I'm wondering if we're just seeing the slow decline of Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce.
Loved it all! Mike Kresteva is CRAAAAAAZY. Tonight's episode made me so sad that the season ends in just two weeks!
The stories are going to keep me intrigued, but I feel like they're overacting...and I hope that stops soon! I'm also watching for the man candy...Henry Ian Cusick and Columbus Short. YUM.
it's about time!!!
Overall, I thought it was a good episode, but I think some of the writing is just getting sillier and sillier every week. I keep tuning in because I think "Maybe this week, it'll be a great episode" and I don't wanna miss it. But that hasn't happened in a while. I'm hoping they win Nationals this year so I can stop feeling compelled to watch.
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