My initial thought is that the bigger named stars were brought in to give the show some weight before allowing the newbies to carry it forward. My second thought is that additional B actors will take residence as the group carries on across the US. They will come and go with just enough legitimacy to keep people tuning it. That said, it was a damn good episode. I really enjoyed Murphy, to be honest. He went from being a pain in the ass to understanding he is the future and sort of embracing it. I'm glad I've been watching.
Honestly, if season 2 shows a Grace that far gone, I won't be watching. I am hoping we discover the Neil did something equal in nature over the last 20 years to put Grace in a better light. If this is just another "make the woman look like a heel" series, I'm out.
Of "the West characters"? This is TV. Assessing characters is what I do. How about you head on over to episode two and rebut what I shared about Joe and a Barry.
That's not going to happen. She might be letting her crush on Oliver go for now, but she deserves to live. She just saw how quickly someone can die. I don't blame her one bit.
What? What am I missing here? How can you call yourself old fashioned and then assume Felicity would be sleeping with Ray? First of all, she took him up on his offer of a job. Second, if she goes on a date with him, good for her. She stood idly by while Oliver DID have sex with Sara and if he can't commit to her, Felicity deserves to go out and enjoy life a little. Nothing she has ever done shows she would jump into bed with anyone. Dating is a thing, a thing without sex.
No. Not true. I can't hate her, she's brand new. I think her character is being written poorly right off the bat, however.
You have to know that I'm from Pittsburgh -- once you're surrounded by accents like this one, others become more difficult to determine! ;-)
It's couple specific. There is no right answer to their problems because we are not them. They were scared shitless when they witnessed what went down with Mateo's parents. That means it's not best for them. Not right now. The fact Neil stayed and, as everyone is so quick to point about, became an escort to discover what was going on with his wife instead of talking to her hints that he felt culpable in some way. After all, he just had his big epiphany. If it was huge to him, he knows it was impacting his marriage. Is he at fault because Grace had an affair? No. But do they share the fault for not making their marriage and they love a priority? Indeed. He knows that and is willing to work with it. Why isn't anyone willing to allow him that decision like they allow him the decision to cheat to discover what it was Grace was looking for with Simon? Neil is her husband and isn't as angry with her as viewers. That has to say something about them as a couple.
We're not above mistakes, Koku. Feel free to point them out, but perhaps with less judgment.
Perhaps vengeance was the wrong word. But avenging her sister's death by taking a stand (not her place) against injustice and protecting her father (for the time being until he's able to handle the loss) was what I was trying to say, if I wasn't clear. The burial scene drove her to the last one when she was both cuddling the memory of her sister and looking at the jacket, ready for the next step in her journey.
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