I like Amy, I think she's a great addition to the show but I was annoyed by her in this episode. First of all, she treated Wil like crap and when he wouldn't take it, she whined to Sheldon. Girls in real life do this enough, they don't need to see positive re-enforcement.
I did like the scene in the bar with Sheldon and Penny, always a great duo. Sheldon naming the reasons that he loves Amy. It was cute and I liked seeing this side of him but Amy was way out of line. Also, she knows that Sheldon doesn't get sarcasm, so its no wonder that Sheldon went out with Wil and didn't think anything of it. While, I agree that Sheldon is a lot to put up with, he's doing the best he can in his own way. Amy either has to be accept that or move on.
They may not be divorced but Don sure doesn't look all that elated.
Its kind of weird that Don is so upset and alienated by Megan choosing to have a career. He's always been attracted to women who are successful. He fell in love with Betty at the height of her modelling career, Midge was a talented artist, Rachel Menken was a bad ass business mogul (Rachel was my favorite and I miss her, damn you Sons of Anarchy), and Faye was a very smart psychologist. He also mentored Peggy. Seems weird that he'd all of the sudden have issue with his wife working.
Seems unlikely that Milo would be with Lily, so it's either Chuck's child or Bart's.
These two would have a lot to work on if they were going to get back together...Makes my head spin thinking about it.
What is with these two being stuck in elevators together?
At least in the Dark Night it was due to a city wide black out.
Oh Season 2, those were the days.
I'm glad to see the Waldorf women teaming up once again.
I actually enjoy the addition of Sage, she's doing what Serena and Blair did as teenagers. It's kind of like pay back for all the shit Blair and Serena pulled. Serena playing step mommy after all she put everyone through is hilarious.
Still dont know why Sage's dating Nate, that relationship seems a bit unnecessary. It lacks substance or believability, sort of like Nate, although he's mighty fine to look at.
Poor Nate. Dan burned him good. But he should have known, Dan has teamed up with Georgina. Although, Nate never could smell a scheme. He dated Blair Waldorf for several years and still doesn't get it.
Also, poor Nelly Yuki. Even though she's a big shot, she still can't get the nerd she was pining for.
I think they made Dan's decent into darkness convincing, he's been at it with Chuck since the first season and that weird, rapey scene with Jenny. It's no surprise that after losing to Chuck once again, he's snapping. I'm also understanding why he's so angry at his father. Rufus, what are you doing? Banging Ivy was creepy enough but actually being in a relationship with her? It turns the stomach.
Blair finally has something interesting to do. I don't know how believable it is that Blair now runs the ENTIRE Waldorf design company at 21 but at least it takes her back to her fashion roots and her mother issues.
Also, I thought her and Chuck were sweet. I do enjoy them together. Although Chuck's storyline is poorly written, I did enjoy the scene with the body guard. It was well acted.
The testimony of Kathryn was so well done tonight. Beautiful performance.
A great episode all around, can't wait for the next one.
I think it's hilarious that Angelo may have this kid on the way, he gets awarded a shit ton of money and now he has to fork over child support. Karma will get you every time. So what, he punched out one creepy boyfriend, when has he been there for Daphne or even Bay otherwise?
Poor Daphne, that Jeff is a major jerk, even if he felt bad in the end. Not only did he cost her a job she loved but he had no intention of even being a relationship with her. Its tough learning things the hard way.
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