Maybe the gunman. That could jolt them to reality right quick. :-)
And Neil wanted to go with Grace to Milan (they said it at the same time) because he has no interest in divulging what he has been doing since he discovered what she was doing. They both have a lot to wash out and they both would rather step over it for now. That's not going to last, but any spark could have given them the opportunity to grow closer to make it easier to forgive. Given the gun, that wouldn't happen. No Milan trip.
Being fun and the life of the party is not the same as being a party girl. The first half of the sentence could be describing a great girl with a voracious appetite for life; party girl ushers in images of a slutty chick doing drugs and drinking too much booze.
We don't know anything about Grace. We've not been given the benefit of insight into her character and because of that we don't know why she started the affair, how often she saw Simon, how she felt about him or whether she saw him many times after the initial pool scene. We're left to our own opinions to build her character. There is nothing worse than being misunderstood and that's why I stand up for her. Calling her selfish and postulating she did anything out of malice is nothing more than a guessing game. I would hope a second season would open her more as we saw with Neil and we'd get the benefit of her in the first person. I also wonder what everyone thinks about the myriad of men who have had affairs in entertainment. Fatal Attraction and Matchpoint come to mind, but Movies about males having affairs don't stand out unless a woman causes "problems" for them. Why do you think that is? Because it's easier to understand a man doing it? They have a more voracious sexual appetite? There are always entertaining excuses that don't seem to freak men out like the thought of a woman doing it. Very interesting dynamic.
The big bad guy they were going after? Remember when his brother was shot because he started firing on CPD? Big bad guy didn't like that and put out a bounty on him. He's a dumb criminal. Lol
It was not her decision. They decided to kill her because she was very close with two other characters. Notice they didn't kill Casey or Severide because that would be a problem. They're connected to every, too. As is Dawson. If they killed Casey they could bring back Jeff Hephner as a lead. I'd like that!
A Walk on the Moon has always been one of my favorite movies. I just caught the end of it the other day and want to see it in full again soon. I love Liev Schreiber in it. His dancing hasn't changed much since then! It was filmed in the ultimate time when women felt a bit throwaway, as women took the kids on family vacation and men came up for the weekend. In theory it sounds like a much better idea than it is in execution (the summer sendaway, that is). Think about The Seven Year Itch...
He was never mentioned again after the barn exploded. Maybe one mention, but really nada. That's part of the reason last season was such shite. Dropped story threads. This season there isn't story at all. I'm at a loss.
Are they even writing? It seems they've left it up to the actors, figuring they know the characters well enough to just improvise. No need for sets or special effects. Just ugh.
On the plus side, if you binge watch you should be done in about 15 minutes for full 13 episodes! ;-)
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