"It sure looks like Asher is going to confess everything. At least is sure seems that way when he shows up at the police station at the end of the episode in the flash forward. " I certainly thought so too, but the question is, who will he side with in giving that statement? Remember the second scene with the DA and his father where we learn that the father also cut a deal for himself? Asher picked up a pen, but we didn't see him sign anything so MAYBE he changed his mind. Then again, he also seemed disappointed in Bonnie even if he discovered her past with Annalise's help (BTW, are we SURE that's Bonnie? Could Annalise be lying just to make Asher, and we viewers, sympathetic?). There's gotta be a twist coming.
Ah, but in last week's flash-forwards, Bonnie wasn't there either. In theory, Frank could still appear in a future episode's flash-forward.
Thanks.....and yikes!!!!! BTW, did Wes REALLY open that suitcase with his bare hands? Dude....FINGERPRINTS!!!!!! That's GOTTA come back to bite him in the butt!!!!!!!
Comment modified at October 23, 2015 10:02
HA.....I KNEW Asher would get pulled into the flash-forwards. I'll have more to say later I guess, but for now, I need some help. I wasn't exactly surprised that Asher fled Bonnie's car and went to the police, but my brain went on pause. What was the last line?
OK, perform spinal tap on baby. CheckFluid cloudy; thus infection is present. Check.Send to lab to determine best antibiotic. Check.Hours later, by end of shift, baby is fine. *buzzzzzzzzz* Even if you could quickly identify the infectious organism (instead of culturing it for at least 12 hours and performing identity tests afterward), an antibiotic takes at least 24 hours to kick in.
I sent an e-mail directly to the reviewer of this season's eps to ask about what's (not) happening with reviews for NCIS:LA. No response yet. I also posted a comment in the last review for NCIS:LA and did get a response from someone at the site, as follows: "...Unfortunately we lost the only writer who had interest in the show and have been unable to replace her. Finding writers to cover long-term procedural shows is very difficult. Apparently keeping them is just as problematic. I really did try to find coverage for you guys!!"
Comment modified at October 21, 2015 12:02
So I guess this is all we get? Reviews of the season's first two episodes and nothing since? Apparently, I spoke too soon about being glad reviews had resumed. What's going on?
"They eventually came to an apartment building and Michaela was sent inside to meet someone. This turned out to be Caleb. Say what now?" And Caleb asked Michaela, "How is she?" She who? Who she? Say what what now?😱 And despite his inking a deal to be a snitch, kudos to Asher (OK, the writers) for not being the blissfully ignorant fool we all thought he was.
Comment modified at October 16, 2015 07:01
And nothing. I've found that people often wonder if actors who play gay characters are gay themselves so I figure I'd just beat them to the punch. Personally, I think it's a good idea to have a gay actor in a gay role if the character is half a gay couple--it keeps things "honest" and helps to dispel stereotypes. People may find Eve and Annalise titillating, but it doesn't seem "real" to me because to the best of my knowledge, neither of them is gay.
So we dance to Sheldon's tune yet again.....
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