What exactly is a "rage spiral"? Is that a pass thrown by an angry football player?
Welcome to celebrity, girls. See if a dermatologist can thicken that skin.
I liked how they separated the couples in this ep--Sheldon separate from Amy, Bernadette without Wolowitz, and yes...even Raj without Stuart.
Now for the plot hole we can all see from space....if Penny quit The Cheescake Factory, what's she gonna do for money?
I was disappointed that NCIS:LA had to be the "sacrificial lamb" for this piece of mediocrity. The cyber-rendering/hologram effects were OK, but it had more than its fair share of stock characters--the homicidal Asian spy, the brilliant and wholly unattractive "hipsterd" (hipster + nerd), the nebbishy son of the kidnap victim.....
Cora's character could be developed a little bit more than just her sighing, hand wringing and total cluelessness. -
I agree…that Cora seems to know so little about her own staff frustrates me. Surely Carson and Mrs. Hughes could have said that Braithwaite caused trouble below stairs with another servant (instead of her making overtures to Tom Branson) and that would have solved the problem., but nooooooooo…….Cora hired her BEFORE speaking with Mrs. Hughes. And that she takes Barrow at his word about Anna (although he was right about Nanny) with NO knowledge of what he's done in the past is just NUTS. She's far too trusting. Lady Marjorie (from Upstairs Downstairs) would never have put up with that BS.
It was a bit slow, but I'm told that the pace picks up around the 3rd or 4th ep so you needn't wait too long. Meanwhile, I didn't see a way to add a quote so here's what I consider to be last night's gem, and who better to utter it than Lady Violet:
(to Robert): When you talk like that, it makes me want to ring for Nanny and send you to bed without supper.
While I don't disagree with the reviewer, I'm a little surprised that there were no comments on "Shamy." If ever there was an area ripe for change, if there's one aspect of the show that's getting stale and re-hashed, if there's one relationship that needs to move forward, THAT......IS....IT!!!!
I liked that the case of the week wasn't a brutal murder (although someone did die) and that everyone pulled together. However, I'd be curious to know why "Septic Santa" didn't land in the hospital.
I guess the show was losing it's younger demographic so enter a former teen heartthrob who aged out of Nick?
Now y'all KNOW what question I'm gonna ask.....
GOOD ON JOAN for calling BS to Sherlock's arrogance. I wanted to throttle him with his "I re-reviewed every action...", and "I knew it was the right thing..." Of course YOU did--YOURS is the only opinion that matters, right? GRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR.......
And yes, I share the reviewer's concern that Bell may be leaving, or be seen less.
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