Whoops! Brain spasm.
Thank goodness the first comment wasn't one striking me dead. I'm happy with that. ;-)
I really enjoyed Jordan and had super high hopes for Wade. They felt like missed opportunities. There were a lot of them this season. Hopefully there will be a season 5 to get their groove back. If not, I'll happily end my stay in Haven with Season 3, with extra doses of Duke and Jennifer. They've made my season 4 worth watching.
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I liked Moira verbally slapping Isabel down. That was worth her being on the screen.
What don't you like about Roy? I've never heard him called annoying. I'm interested!
Don't misunderstand my questions, because I didn't take your comment as a criticism at all. I was genuinely interested in your viewpoint. :-) To be honest, I steer clear of most blockbusters, as well. Malcolm Merlyn has never been a favorite of mine, and his actions have always been over-the-top comic villainary to me. I would have been perfectly happy if he had remained dead, and I'm a John Barroman fan. Thank you for sharing your thoughts - no slapping from my end! LOL
I understand why you might want to categorize moments in the season as melodramatic, but I wonder if you hold theater blockbusters such as Batman and Superman to the same standards. They certainly have their moments of gratuitous and pointless romance, for example, simply for the sake of the audience, and yet they far less time to pull it off. How do you feel about those offerings? Not criticizing, just curious.
Because I'm just watching it. :-)
I have tried twice to reply to Gigi, but the comment keeps flying to the top. Sorry G! this is for you.... I'm disappointed we never saw any guest spots from our former Closer friends, as well. What about Gabriel? I know Corey Reynolds is working on his own projects, but seeing him as an emissary of Brenda's team would be great, especially because of how he left the team.
With the cancellation of King and Maxwell they need to work hard to get Jon Tenney to show his face. Surely the will be a need to call in the FBI for something. Severing the ties so completely is disappointing.
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You know, I get why they've chosen the path they did with Rusty because of how it softened Raydor. However, she's too soft and it took too long.
It should not have taken 29 letters from a stalker while under Raydor's care and the threat of witness protection for Rusty to realize he was a victim of abuse. Raydor is more intelligent than squirreling him away from therapists.
The other team members seem to have moved on from Rusty. When they all rallied around at his emancipation, it was still touching. Now we need turmoil to get their head in the game.
Snake! I miss hearing from you on Fringe. :-) The good ole days! Almost Human will come through. I had horrible things to say about Fringe during its first season. Then? Love.
Why in the hell Anyone thinks airing episodes out if order is a good idea is beyond me. Especially so early when every episode counts. I love the leads so much, I'd hate to see Ealy and Urban pay for stupid programming mistakes!
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