No counting what we've seen of them with Jeffries, because I have no idea what's coming, I don't think in the past she was making decisions out of malice, but out of pain and circumstance. Pain of the loss of her child and the circumstance of being under the thumb of her mother in law and wrapped up in a questionable family with no foreseeable way out. Yes, she could go back to nursing and sustain her own life, but her fear of being around children and making a mistake probably makes it a wise decision to stay away. I would assume you have to be strong and believe in your knowledge to be in the medical profession.
Alison is a very troubled woman with a bitch of a mother-in-law who runs the entire family. Her own mother is no prize and after the loss of her son she's been unable to cope. She makes terrible decisions. She's not a terrible person.
I thought about you when writing this. Cherry is terrible, isn't she? The last shot with the train was great, right? Not choosing either of them; perhaps it means she chose herself? The previews show her in Noah's arms again, but they could be flashbacks. It's so hard to tell!
Perhaps you'd like to point out your issues. I'm open if you are.
Ewww. She dabbles in S&M behavior? I'm glad I didn't buy it. Not even the slightest bit interested in that garbage.
I don't think you have to worry. She had on a vest and it's likely the shotgun blast blew her backward by force but she's peachy. :-) Honestly, the Chicago franchise cannot afford to kill off another female or there will be mutiny.
I do not think that is a compliment, nestled in the second line there. Am I a predator? ;-)
Hey Winter. Can you send me an email please and let me know the details behind your login name issues? I'll look into it. Thanks!
I really like your argument. You have very a very good point about dropping any development of Laurel in favor of Felicity. It's been difficult to like both if them as the audience has been so divided. I fins myself feeling guilty for wishing more for Laurel, as if that will in some way steal time away from characters who did have the benefit of development. Feel free to write an essay anytime!
There is a recap and a review. The review is more subjective. I'm not intrigued by Conde's brother as of yet. He was merely an introduction. Yes, I am focusing on negative points and any good reviewer will point out when a show starts to lose itself. I have not glossed over the incredible acting. I have talked about the strengths of Adelaide Kane and Megan Follows all season long, and even admitted in this review they were the bright spot, "The beginning of the hour held much promise. Mary's behavior and Catherine's wise words to Francis about Mary's need to find her attackers were really well done." I believe I also said they are better than the material they're being given and that's praise.
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