Why thank you. Maybe it's because we are the real audience. o putting on airs here! I really appreciate the compliment.
We learn to compile our thoughts quickly. It comes from watching too much TV and that urgent need to talk about it. :-)
I decided against going all morbid in my review of the finale. There was no point. There was no way it was going to be worthwhile viewing. The sheer amount of screen time wasted on some scenes was cringe-worthy, however. The scene of which you spoke. Yikes. Frank traversing the desert dying. Really? And the chit chat with Holloway at the train station. Ugh. They needed how many exposition scenes to try to describe all of the garbage they tried to toss off as a "mystery," one so convoluted it was just brushed off as "funny" and pretty much anecdotal when all was said and done? It tied into nothing in the end. And how many people died and weren't brought to justice? Sigh.
Drinking beer is trashy? I love beer! The only reason I don't drink it is my sister is an alcoholic, and I can't put it in the fridge. :-) Ray Donovan isn't about the mob, so there's no connection to The Sopranos that I'm aware of. This season has been a little less humorous than those previous, but I'm OK with that. All in due time!
Awww. Thanks! I haven't been getting email notifications, so I didn't know there were comments here. Late to the party, as usual!
Me too. So excited for the two-part finale, but also don't want it to end!
Every summer when I watch this show I'm in awe of it. I'm also so very glad it's remained in summer where it can continue to stand proud and above the competition. Take THAT True Detective.
Mickey has delusions of his own greatness as a father. I think it's part of what makes him such a terrible one, is that he actually knows what to do to BE a great one, but cannot follow through. Now that I think of it, perhaps that's why Ray is staying away from his family. He'd rather stay away and be silent than make false promises he knows he cannot keep in his current state. That's what his father did to him. Look how that turned out. The guest stars are just amazing this season. I was shocked when Jack Wagner turned in that chair, but I watch soaps, so he was more recognizable to me. Yeah, I admit that, head held high!
Well, bully for you. I'm singing a mashup of When Doves Cry and the New Zoo Revue. What do I win????? Some of the bear's wine?
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