I vary caring about two characters by the week. So, I probably can care about all four, just not at the same time. ;-)
It's gotten to the point it's almost laughable. I read a friend's recap on another site, and I suppose Frank was visiting someone who was related in some way to the sale of the blue diamonds. Or maybe I just conveniently connected those two plots in my head via Frank because I heard the word "kids." Who cares about diamonds that apparently traded hands in the 1992 LA riots?! I don't care about these poor people. Just yikes.
The most fun I had watching the show was reading comments on Twitter. Some of them were great. Ray Donovan is the stronger series, by far, in the hour. I get screeners of that one and so don't watch live. I feel like Ray's getting ripped off.
If you click on the link in any one quote, it will take you directly to the quote in the system, which is nestled under the show page. Right click open new tab if you don't want to lose your place in the slideshow. :-) We'e using a new way to put the show together that pulls it from our quotes system.
I'm so glad someone else read and enjoyed the books as much as I did. I was so disappointed in the series, especially the addition of Ethan's kid as some giant character, which in turn made the school's importantce too inflated. Oh, come to think of it, I didn't enjoy the change in trajectory for Pam, either. I enjoyed the books just as they were and thought we were heading there in the first couple eps of the series. Oh how wrong I was. What stinks is this series likely squashed any chance for Crouch to carry on with the book series if Fox passes on Season 2. Still an if, according to Shamalamadingdong and an interview on THR. Sigh.
I'm suprised you didn't like this hour. I thought it was quite good (obviously). It felt like the old Ray Donovan to me. I was taken aback at the reveals of both the Paige circumstances and Terry's new status as a murderer. Just wow.
I didn't even notice that! She has braces?! Hmmmm...
That would be a really interesting possibility. The Finneys are one frakked up family, for certain.
There is no release date for Satisfaction yet, but it will be fall. We had an invite to the set, but it fell the day after Comic Con, so I couldn't go. Tore me up, that one. However, it's usually right after a set do that they start announcing things, so we should hear something soon, I'd think.
Agree with Matt Bruce -- another great hour! I think Joe and Sarah will stay in Dallas and get involved with Mutiny. He's been seeing this vision of an online community for a very long time, and as much as they want to blame him for what's happened, I think Cameron will see through it to his earlier warning. Together they'll be a bigger force, and they really don't have a lot of options at the moment. Cutting off their noses to spite their faces seems counter productive. I keep thinking of Joe talking about the future while he was on mdma. If Mutiny doesn't use him, he'll do it himself to stick it to his father-in-law. (Darn it -- I just watched the clip for next week's ep, and Cameron wants to flush it all for games at first glance? Hopefully it's a gut reaction. She needs to stop hating everything that she herself doesn't come up with.) I think John will be instrumental in getting them all together because of how his son treated him after the picnic. "Getting him out of there" was not what he wanted at all. It was sad he couldn't see his father was proud of that group, as proud as he would be of him. Finally, how bad are things going to get with Gordon? He's going to blame a something on Donna since she had his friends watching for him to stutter. Only two more episodes this season. NO FAIR.
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