Meanwhile, who is Tiffany? Asher said she was a former girlfriend, but could she be a family member? Either way, could Asher's family somehow be complicit in whatever happened to her? I still think Asher will make it into the flash-forwards. He's too conspicuous still being an outsider. They need to do something with his character other than dark comedy relief. Also just an FYI, Jack Falahee (Connor) won't publicly disclose whether he's gay, but Out magazine, an LGBT publication, featured a list of 100 "out" celebrities, and Conrad Ricamora (Oliver) is on the list.
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I need a legal opinion here. Sinclair (who, I repeat, annoys the ever-lovin' F*CK outta me and can't die too soon) spoke about being on the right side of justice. I think she's full of ish. She effectively stole Annalise's personal property and is using the information for her own gain. How does that help her if she obtained it illegally? Wouldn't it be inadmissible? Then there's her blackmailing Asher in the process--how would that help if a judge finds out?
"I’m sure we’ll see these two wind up being romantically involved soon enough... Oh please no. The wholes"sexual tension" thing is played, tired and borzzzzzzzzzzzzz.........
I'm getting uncomfortable with how "involved" Walter is getting with Ralph. Trying to convince Paige to take him outta school and/or take classes at Cal-Tech? It's like Walter wants to vindictate himself and his low EQ by turning Ralph into his "mini-me." Surely there's a gifted-and-talented program somewhere with kids who are Ralph's age?
"What should we call Cabe and Toby: Cabo? Taby? Curtallo?..." Cato?
"...By the way the air station is in Belle Chasse which is in Plaquemines Parish so that parish's ME should be handling the body not Loretta from Jefferson Parish." Not unless there's another NCIS office in that parish. It was a naval officer who was killed so a naval agency gets the case.
"He had some flammable liquid poured on him. It had to smell to high holy heck" And the bullet wound...don't forget the bullet wound. A bleeding man walks into a restaurant and they serve him dinner without blinking? Really?
While the premise was unique (operatives from different agencies teaming up), the story arcs proceeded very much like "Burn Notice"--the finale sets up a cliffhanger, which gets resolved in the next season premiere and gives rise to a new arc. I enjoyed the first two seasons, but when I realized I'd "seen this before", I skipped the third season.
"Famke is killing it as Eve" Pun intended? :-)
Thanks. Maybe the mansion has private security? Or it could be the siblings as you suggest.
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