I'll be honest, when she shot that guy, I really thought there were two people running around after Carrie in the woods and that she killed one. Until he bared the armor, it didn't dawn on me he survived that shot. Then I had to pull on my suspension of disbelief hat. :-)
I honestly don't know. The only networks that have done it so far are NBC, USA (both NBC properties) and TNT. It did well enough for Aquarius to score a second season renewal, but its ratings fell on TV after that. I can't imagine Satisfaction will have satisfying ratings. SPOILER ALERT: DON'T READ IF YOU AREN'T PAST EPISODE 6 As for discussing any particular episode, isn't it sad that no particular one really stands out for me? The Anika stuff was terrible. I felt awful for Simon. Neil and Grace reunited without any fanfare at all. They just sort of fell back together, which was disappointing.
I just finished the season. Absolutely no mental stimulation at all. Salacious writing and tropes galore? You got it! Grest looking people, wonderful outfits. Adriana's hair alone was worth the watch through the finale, but that's not at all why we watched last year, so to say things are a bit different is an understatement. Check in when you're in the loop!
My on demand require me to unplug my wireless and reset it every time I start a new episode. Bleach. But I just started episode 9. For everyone who wants spoiled, the second half is better then the first half, but it's still not much in the way of delving into the deep recesses of adult lives, like it was in season one. It's an entertaining soap, and I agree that Simon has become a really likable character with an interesting story to follow.
You're so funny, Always blaming Grace. Neil is leading the charge with his escort service, let there be no doubt. I'm on episode 6, which is quite the challenge since my on demand keeps screwing up. There's definitely not much to talk about. Nothing like last season. :-( Total soap opera.
That's because they're fleshing out Simon as a character, whereas they're regressing the others into sex objects. I actually feel sorry for Neil and Grace, who seem to think their last big chance at happiness includes prostitution instead of working through their marriage issues. Grabbing at the brass ring, going for broke. All of those phrases are used when it comes to their excuses for what they're doing. Scratching the itch was just used, as well. Good lord. Thank god every adult questioning their lives doesn't dive head first into the deep end like these two.
So your review pretty much agrees with mine. I just started the second episode and straight off the bat, it's going in the direction of the unexpected partnerships. And sex. Sex. More sex. It's not the show I loved. There is no depth at all. It's appears it's going to be about the escort business and their involvement in it. So.
Hey! Good to see you. I wasn't able to go to the set visit this summer (it abutted comic con) and USA wasn't otherwise forthcoming with information despite my asking, so it wasn't until I watched the premiere that I learned the entire season would be dropped online tomorrow. Experience has proven that when that happens, any views for the weekly reviews pretty much dry up. It's a great model for viewers, a terrible model for websites. Do come back after you have watched, however. I hope to at least hear from you guys about the premiere! You know what a champion I was of the first season, so I was surprised I couldn't speak more highly of the first hour of Sesaon 2.
I'll tell you what I told Amy. Let me be the judge of your skills. :-) Review something and send it to me! I was once a commenter on a site. Look at me now!
There are the same number of people out in the field that there have been since at least Season 2. Arrow, Diggle, Canary and the as yet unnamed Arsenal were all out there in some form. Now we have Green Arrow, Diggle, Black Canary and Speedy. Sara's return has been spoiled for ages since she's going to be on Legends of Tomorrow. If they had managed to keep THAT a secret, that would have been pretty cool. Same with Ray Palmer being alive. Oh well. That's the modern world in which we live!
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