Martinelli

I respect your opinion but still not changing mine. It doesn't matter what the statistics say. He would divorce Mellie not because they've lost their son, but because he wants to be with his mistress who he is cheating on Mellie with ever since they've met. His son's death has nothing to do with it and nothing to do with this broken marriage. This marriage has never been a real, happy marriage. This marriage was always about politics.
As about this love triangle, we'll see what the writers want. Personally I don't think they wound end any of these relationship soon, so my guess is that this love triangle will go on.
And I see another love triangle coming, between Abby, Leo and David but this is just a feeling.

Martinelli

I know but things are different now.

Martinelli

@BW My guess, the woman is the FSP assassin who we are going to meet in next episode. I have a feeling that Eyal knows him.

Martinelli

One thing is sure: Fitz can't divorce Mellie now, I mean while he's president. Not after what's happened. It would look really bad, a president who's son just died, divorces the first lady who's been pretty "lost", the papers showing her eating chips at her son's grave, dressed as she was. It's just impossible. So Liv has two choices: end this "dream" or be a mistress. Now there is blood on Liv's hand too. Is there anyone who's clean and honest?

Martinelli

I have a question: these so called "meetings" in the bar between Alicia and Finn, these are accidental ones or they meet to have a drink? I did not understand that.

Martinelli

I wonder who is taking over Cary's case. If it is someone hungry to prove himself/herself, no matter what, then it'll be really interesting.
I'm curios to find out Finn's next move.

Martinelli

I agree on Matt and Daisy not having any chemistry.

Martinelli

Matt is a jerk and a coward too. How can one leave a young girl drunk in a bar, alone, not to mention if the girl is his boss's daughter? Daisy deserves better. I like her very much.
Now about Henry. How smart is for the husband of Madam Secretary (who's working for the NSA) to sit in a diner or whatever it was, next to the window in plain view with a young woman while people know her wife is in India and his family believes he's working on his new book.

Martinelli

Me too. I love it!