You just answered your own question, however. If ever a case of willful blindness would come into play it would be when you wanted to believe your daughter was OK when you knew she was running with the worst crowd of assassins in the world. Then he hears her voice? He had no reason to scour the footage. That said, I thought he should have been told immediately.
I believe summer of 2015.
It was $10k total for both child and spousal support. So $5k for spousal and $5k for child. Delia said the $5k for child was unmovable, but the other was negotiable.
What did she say that was horrible about her marriage? I thought she said great things about being free, but nothing disparaging about Jake. I must have missed it.
When was that line and how in the HELL did I miss it? Was it soon after another brilliant Cisco line?
It's horrible to say that a show focusing on terrorism is fun, but State of Affairs manages to be fun while still maintaining a credible feel and high stakes. I have no doubt ridiculous antics populate our government, so the characters (not as in the written sort, but the Senator Burke and Deputy Banks variety) are probably a dime a dozen. Thanks for keeping me company!
I think what Hank meant was the series itself, and therefore the characters, couldn't stand on it's own without Oliver's presence on screen for even one episode. It's not the same with the Arrow character, but The Flash, for instance, was played by more than one comic character. If, God forbid, anything ever happened to Grant Gustin so that he could or would no longer perform his duties as a comic hero, he could be replaced. An episode without him in it would be a good gauge to see how that would fly. When you tease the "death" of a character, it's a good ploy to make the viewers feel what the characters feel. We didn't have that opportunity for even fifteen minutes, let alone three episodes. I think it's a shame.
Oooh! Oooh oooh!! I said to include Karen Valentine. I did. I did! (See what I did there?)
Who is Cassie?
You know, I think it's indicative of just how frequent they are in real life for one thing. However, I am getting a little sick of the exploration of women having affairs. We get it already. For years women have been shown as having been cheated on and now Hollywood is trying to catch up. Unfortunately, it's just painting women in a bad light. I, apparently, need to take Hollywood by storm. Fingers crossed Michelle stays firmly planted on the right side of the line.
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