They'll likely dislike the portions of the crossovers that deal with the characters they don't enjoy. I find it easier to review two similar shows. This and Arrow, The Chicagos. I like Fire more than PD, but that doesn't mean I can't appreciate them for what they are.
Who wins reader of the week?! You do! It's easy to write about a show that gives good material. Others can be a genuine struggle. Maybe The Flash will disappoint some day, but I doubt it.
Women are on the rise of what? The fact that Alicia stood by Peter says a lot about her character. Did she fall for someone she loved years ago? Yep. But Peter is still chasing skirts in his office. AND they are currently allowed to do whatever they please as long as it's not public, as that's what they decided together when they chose to stay married in name only.
I see every comment. Enjoy yourselves! :-)
It wasn't a rape. That was clear when Alison recalled the moment. Which is exactly what I've been saying about Satisfaction. Only knowing one side of the story isn't revealing the whole story.
I'm guessing one of the two spouses is dead. My friend thinks maybe one of the kids. Maybe the father in law? For the rest, there are no "rational" reasons to have an affair. I guess that's why I find them so fascinating.
Jasmine and Jabbar were featured in the birthday episode, mostly Jabbar, as he was singing with the other kids and then they arrived at the party as a family. Jasmine had a really touching talk with Crosby about dealing with Adam's negativity in this hour. None of the spouses were featured here, as they were with the children away from the hospital.
According to dailywritingtips.com, "In older printed works, the spellings inure and enure occur frequently with either meaning. Both the OED and Merriam-Webster offer enure as a variant spelling, but modern usage seems to favor inure for the sense of “habituate.” It may be useful to reserve the spelling enure for the legal term."
Her name is credited as Bailey, as well. What I found interesting was that she told Noah her grandparents left the place to her or something, but it was the Lockhart ranch... which is Cole's name. I really believe you can remember things as your mind wants you to rather than as they are, and look forward to seeing their stories merge at some point.
I gave a pretty good overview of my reasons in the review. She's not written to be liked, or she would have been written differently.
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