No offense Paul but that's not a smile. If it is, it is a fake one for sure. Let's remember that at the beginning when Cruz asked her out, Bret was not trilled at all. She agreed just because she dated the wrong guys before. Let's face it, it wasn't love at first site. There isn't any sparkle there. I feel bad for them because both are great but they are not meant for each other. As about Casey and Dawson, I'm sick of it. This storyline is dragged on since season 1. I had enough. There are others at 51 we don't know nothing about. Otis, Hermann and Mills are forgotten. They deserve some screen time too (regarding their personal life).
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I think I have some explaining to do. It's not the religious topic that I usually have a problem with. That's ok. But here we have more. The mystery part that concerns me.This is rather a sect.
Great review Carissa! I think it was a great episode, I love this show although this religious topic is not my favorite. I'm glad Golan realized Peter is not the bad guy here. He did not want to arrest him, he just wanted to show Peter who's the boss. I can see them work well together which I can't say about Peter and his lady boss. That woman is trouble.The ambassador's involvement was a surprise to me, did not see that coming. I think Emma's journal is the key to this whole mystery. She's been killed for a reason. The professor is also hiding something.
If you like Jason Isaacs you should watch Case Histories, and The State Within
I love Jason Isaacs and loved this episode. Usually I'm not interested in this type of stories but this looks really good! Looking forward to see the rest.
Why do you think that?
This on and off relationship is crazy. It's obvious they can't stay away from each other. And let's be honest, Voight is not treating them fairly. He does not accept office romance but just because Burgess was shot, he makes an exception. How fair is that? It's not fair at all. The truth is that at that time Lindsay was part of that task force, Voight needed someone and he could not afford to lose Burgess, that's why he was willing to make an exception. This is not fair.
Kalinda as a mother? No way! Not in a million years! Maybe a girlfriend but I don't see much chemistry between her and Bishop.
I was expecting Halstead to fight for Lindsay, not to give up so easily.
I see two scenarios for Kalinda:1. Kalinda leaving because of Bishop. If this babysitter role for Kalinda goes on and something happens to Dylan, Kalinda is dead. 2. Kalinda leaving because of what she did for Cary. The truth has the habit of revealing itself. If the truth comes out about Kalinda forging that email log (or what it was), she has to disappear. 3. She could die of a heart attack but that's highly impossible :) This is a joke, obviously. So, what do you think?
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