Within the two days? Email me your info and I'll have our IT Dept look into it. They can contact someone somewhere. What page you answer it on, what time, etc. I can't remember if it asks for any identifying information.
Thanks for your comment vomit. Answer the survey (it really is a survey) about television and you'll not be asked again for a couple days. If you keep xing out of it, it will keep pestering you to answer. It's three questions and done.
YOU'RE A NYSSA AND YOU THOUGHT MY REVIEW WAS DEPRESSING?! LOL But, but, but...I said you were wonderful! You're in my top three characters! Yes, I saw the promo and I have to wait for the longer promo that comes out after the PT airing. They get so skimpy as we get closer to the end of the season. At least not as skimpy as Mad Men. Good Lord.
See? You have more faith in him than Team Arrow! We should suit up! You can be Felicity and I can be Laurel. Haha. Well, you need a suit. If you want. ;-) I really think he's undercover and putting on an act and if Felicity and Diggle thought he wouldn't frisk her (they didn't) then why were they speaking of him as if he's gone forever? What changed during the fight? Nothing. He did exactly as they expected. He's not gone. Thus my confusion and annoyance.
Well, if there's one thing you and I know, we'll never agree on the episodes we like! I think we CAN agree on that. I don't see how three weeks can change a person who survived in tact for five years. I really don't.
Yes. He was given some sort of hallucinogenic. That's why at the beginning he saw Diggle when he actually killed some other poor guy. I was under the impression it was out of his system since he was sent on a mission and recognized Felicity, Nyssa, and likely, Thea. If you're seeing the wrong faces, you shouldn't be sent out, you know?
Maybe the pit will be fortuitous and the entire Bates family will putting their dead into it. Should be a killer two hours to come!
That's what I thought. I thought Norman helped get her out of town, but Dylan took her to the bus stop and they decided on a suicide note to make it look really clean. I could be really wrong. This old head. Lol no matter, really. Norman can't keep anything straight, so all that matters is what he thinks. Something bound to go wrong, don't you think?
What I liked about Milt's part in the back and forth was how he was trying to get Russ to open up about being honest and less sarcastic. He was kind of turning Russ back on himself, which worked for me. And he is hiding something. One of the lines they like to promote is "Big smile, big laugh, I love it here!" meaning Milt probably didn't make the decision, but it was forced upon him. Russ is as good as reading people as Milt is. :-) Thanks for commenting. This show needs some love!!
I adore Russ (and all things Dean Winters). I think the car bit would have been funny to me if I didn't read it as Russ' car was such a piece of crap that Milt couldn't maneuver the seat properly and fell backward while adjusting it. I just don't understand why he's do put upon as a character when he's a great detective who, before Milt arrived, was well liked (bringing donuts for the office and all that stuff). I kind of miss Milt and Russ trying to dig into each other's past a bit, too. That was fun and didn't get old merely because they're both misunderstood, even if only Russ is the one to understand that Milt isn't as clean as he seems. It makes them sympatico in a way.
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