Divya to Evan: "You want to put your foot in your mouth stylishly?"
Divya's toast to her friends/coworkers
Girl Prankster DJ: I'm with the reviewer on this one--poisoning someone isn't a prank you pull on your best friend.
The re-emergence of Van Dyke and Marisa and a new "employer" for Paige. How many characters are you gonna squeeze into one show?
Shouldn't the gang also have toasted Paige on her internship? I kinda felt bad for Paige, her success having been upstaged by Divya's pregnancy.
And probably the point I disliked most: Divya's pregnant. Hank's and Evan's wounded psyches shouldn't have been added to the mix. Say "Congratulations Divya. I can see about referring you to a good OB/GYN if you like.", and MOVE ON!!!!!!!!
5. Note to Evan: If Blythe Ballard is on the verge of injury again, let her suffer!!!!! Bitch don't want the help, don't give her no help. Frances, I love YOU, but I HATE this character you're playing and wish the writers would kill her off.
OK, let's start from the beginning....literally.
1. What happened to the opening theme this season? It's been reduced to a series a chords and a 5-count. Did the show lose the rights to the lyrics?
2. Well, as we all suspected, HEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEERE'S BORIS!!!!!!!!!! And now we know that the butler was doing the cousin's bidding. However (plot hole coming), didn't another of Boris' relatives show up to make amends--the same ep where we saw the butler arrested somewhere in Europe? How come THAT relative didn't suspect Milos?
3. The Divya-Sacani thing is getting a bit old, but I loved Divya's monologue at the end of the ep--and Jeremiah's willingness to listen (Oh, and THANK G-D he got rid of that beard--I HATED it!!!!!!!)
4. 'nother plot hole/inconsistency: Miss Admissions Liaison said there was no waiting room because people aren't kept waiting....and yet, there were women waiting to be seen in the pre-natal unit.
Oh...and kinda ironic that Paige GAVE Briggs the idea for the GPS. Paige was just hypothesizing; Briggs' "I like it!" Was more than just simple agreement--it was a creative burst.
Final sentence: He do look tasty in a tank top though......yummmmm!!!!, :-)
OK, I'm with the other posters on this one--Lauren is BAT-SHIT CRAYCRAY and I won't be sorry to see her leave. However, with her and Donny not being featured for long, sum'n tells me we haven't quite seen the last of them.
I was disappointed that Charlie's CI didn't take the opportunity given him. I just hope all that money doesn't go toward crystal meth and Charlie ends up seeing him at the wrong end of a buy.
I still don't know what Paige brings to the house--all we've seen her do is flirt. Perhaps a little less camp and a little more case, huh?
As for Mike, BRAVO for picking up on the undercover bit and running with it. However, just how much are the writers gonna dump on him? He's 3000 miles from his preferred job location, investigating his training officer, undercover to take down an African weapons dealer(???) and now he's gotta lie to a potential love interest? How long before he cracks and uses the wrong "identity" with the wrong person? He do look tasty in a tank top though......yummmmm!!!!, :-)
The writers really seem to be playing up the "quirk" think this season. Evan's "ghostbusting" was annoying and soliciting an opinion from a psychic / medium was just completely over-the-top IMO. And the fact that WE know that Boris is alive only confirms to us that "Shar" is a fraud.
I"m curious to see how the Boris / Dimitri thing plays out--this to me is the most intriguing plot line so I hope the writers handle it with a bit of gravitas and don't hit with some lame ending (remember who turned out to be poisoning Boris--literally, the butler did it. Don't do that kinda thing again please).
Meanwhile, I think the reviewer went down a rabbit hole with regard to the merger / acquisition thing. Let's just hope that the appearance of Laura Benanti doesn't spell doom for her character or the series (anyone see the Tony Awards a couple of weeks back? ).
Oh, and do people still use Segways? Seriously?
Ep didn't fulfill its promise for me. Glad Hank's OK...for now, and I was surprised at Divya's news. However. I'm gettin' tired of the Boris Von Mysterioso thing and "Mrs Ballard" can suck it. :-)
Oh...and "patient pajamas"? No. Make that NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!
calls someone who's supposed to be in hiding?
As for Mike's mission, I've a sneaking suspicion Briggs is onto him--just a feeling I got when he looked at Mike's orders. A graduate at the top of his class groomed for a D.C. assignment doesn't land in SoCal by accident. Briggs ain't that stupid. :-)
OK, let's get the important stuff outta the way; there is some SCRUMPTIOUS male eye candy on this show. Daniel Sunjata always looked good in his lab coat as a forensic tech on Law & Order, but he looks even better OUT of it ; Aaron Tveit's chiseled handsomeness was made for TV; and "Johnny's" first appearance, topless in a wet suit--words fail me.
I thought the acting was a bit over-the-top at times, particularly Lauren's vengefulness, but I think that'll settle once the plotline with Danny resolves itself (assuming it will). I thought the "movie" was a humorous diversion and I like how Mike went about his mission while those at base were seconds behind creating a back story and checking his movements.
I was confused by a couple of plot holes though. Danny was taken to a safe house, yet Lauren was able to call him there. Then the address turned out to be the safe house where Danny was--they didn't know that beforehand? They're his team!!!!! And how are you allowed to call someone who's supposed to be in hiding?
As for Mike's mission, I've a sneaking suspicion Briggs may be onto him--it's just a feeling I got when Briggs was looking at Mike's paperwork/orders. Graduated top of his class; high test scores; requested, and was presumably groomed for a D.C assignment; yet assigned to SoCal. Briggs can't be THAT clueless.
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