It's obvious that the writers are trying hard to present the 3 main characters as a team, and they are a team. It's just that I can't see them as a team. They are very different and somehow Brody does not fit in. I feel like the writers are trying to create some kind of "relationship" between Brody and Christopher which is not love, it should be more like some kind of friendship which is pushed and pushed but not working. It's really hard for me to explain it. I guess there is no chemistry between them as a team. I have no problem with Sebastian. he's weird but some ME's are (no offense). He's a great character, in my opinion.Does this makes sense?
Tried to like the characters but I see no chance for that. The only character I like and appreciate is Pride and the ME lady.
I started watching Chicago Fire after the first crossover with PD. I'm not saying I like Voight but got used to it.
Severide needs someone or something to live for. He's been pretty lost since Shay died. His drinking has to stop. I'm not saying not to socialize after work but he's spending all his free time drinking. I love Brett and would love a Severide/Brett friendship. Not sure about a hookup yet. But must say they both are fragile at the moment. A friendship could be great, a relationship can be both good and bad, can't decide on this. Dawson is killing me. She should shut her mouth an listen to Hermann. He's a good man and a great firefighter, he wants the best for Dawson. Casey on the other hand did great when she complained about Hermann. This was a great episode. It's great to see Serinda Swan in Chicago PD but have a feeling that he's bad news.
I agree, Rowan has to go. How can anyone think that Mellie is able to kill Rowan? Yes, she is angry and has a motive but she's the first lady, she can never go out alone, at least I think she can and besides she's against a B613 man. My money on Fitz, and if not him personally, then his men. If he finally realizes Rowan is/was against him all this time, I'm seeing him capable of another murder.
This was the creepiest episode of The Blacklist.
I know but she"s leaving at the end of the season. I wonder how can they write this. She can't leave because of Cary, that would be awkward. They can't fire her either, so I"m in the dark here, can't think of an ending.
I agree with you on the chemistry, or on the lack of it. I would like to see more of Jay Whitman.
I'm still worried about Kalinda. She means a lot to Cary and now that he cant be in contact with her leaves almost no choice but to quit his job for a while. Kalinda is really good at what she does, she's the best private investigator. Robin is good but Kalinda is better. I used to love Elsbeth Tassioni but she is really weird. Looking forward to see how the new office would affect Diane's attitude and behavior towards Alicia and Cary. I hope she can appreciate what Alicia and Cary did for her. As about Alicia's new religion so called "struggle", I'm a bit disappointed. She always does the right thing and this is not a honest move. I know it's better for the public but since it's not true, it's wrong.
Now that Jamie realized what it would mean to lose Eddie, I hope he realizes what she means to her. I know it would be difficult for him to date Eddie but it's time for him to be a detective. This way they can be together. What do you think about this?
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