Perhaps Glasberg is being true to form here. The show makes frequent use of plot twists so maybe this is another one, only instead of being associated with the "case of the week", it's associated with the team's backstory and dynamics.
I never liked Granger because when he shows up, things get ridonkulously messy and he ends up f*cking with the team's collective heads. As for he and Hetty seeming to be against a romantic "Densi" relationship, I think they're right to be concerned--in their line of work it could be dangerous for them and the rest of the team. Look at what happened in Afghanistan--despite her orders to shoot the White Ghost, she couldn't do it when evidence pointed to it being her ex-fiance.
JEEZ....I hope there's an Amnesty International for metaphors....'cause you're all beatin' this one to death and it should be reported to a higher authority.
I agree that this backstory arc has gone on for too long--let's wrap this one up boyz. Doris was supposed to kill Wo Fat's father, but killed the mother instead--doesn't mean the father is still alive. The op supposedly happened decades ago--the father could have simply died of natural causes.
OK, that harridan with the bullet-proof hair REALLY needs to go--Rachel isn't the snake in the garden...SHE IS!!!!! Once again, so-called Christians fear and despise what they don't understand, and judge others in the process. Oh...and redneck Gary could stand a flesh wound or two. Kidnapping a woman? Good luck finding a wife locally--assuming your ass isn't hauled off to prison.
Ep's aired on the west coast and the last minute is not what the reviewer was hinting at. However, it does reveal a tasty nugget of info which is why I'm eager to see the review (hint hint)
Liked Sheldon's story arc in this one, especially his drunk-dialing Steven Hawking. Did NOT like...OK, HATED....Howard's story line. His cutting remarks to Raj about Emily (before the double-date) were just NASTY (this from a man who couldn't separate from his mother until he was over 30 years old AND had to get married to do it) and the literal toilet humor was just "base." Surely the writers could have done better.
Did NOT like Howard in this ep. His remarks to Raj about the girl he's dating were repugnant--this from a man who couldn't separate from his mother until he was 30+ years old. I was glad to see him get his comeuppance viz a viz his "past" with Emily, even if it was based on toilet humor...literally.
@Doublas Wolfe: In theory, you'd be correct, BUT......this was a cover-up by a rogue agent, a fact that Delilah's boss may or may not know. Either way, her order to Delilah makes her complicit. If Delilah's fired, the boss should be too, no?
ROFL....thx for "coming out". :-)
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