"Also, does anybody else wonder why on earth Annalise told Wes about Lila's pregnancy? Her explanation to Wes didn't convince one bit and I can't help but think that Annalise does everything for a reason, so... she wanted Wes to tell Rebecca about Lila's pregnancy? " Y'know, that gave me pause too. I wasn't buying Annalise's explanation for a second--I think she KNEW Wes would go running to Rebecca and tell her, but I can't fathom why she'd want Rebecca to find out.
She stole the trophy because Annalise WOULDN'T give it to her--in fact, Annalise didn't seem to care who had the damn thing and by next week, it's likely to not exist anymore. Frankly, I have to wonder if Prom Queen loses her sh*t not because of the crime, but because she didn't get enough time with the damn trophy. If these kids manage to survive this unscathed (and why wouldn't they, otherwise there'd be no reason for future seasons of this show), someone better tell them that no one's waitin' to hand them a trophy just for doing their job.
Gosh you must be thirsty after all the vigorous typing. Lemme get you a saucer of milk.
"Could it be time for them to have a baby? Or start thinking about having a baby? " no...no...NO....by all things Godly, no. Bernadette who never wanted kids and Howard who grew up without a father and can barely separate from his mother? The kid'll need therapy before s/he's fully potty trained.
Agreed. Bishop didn't disobey--she convinced Gibbs that she'd be safe, but Parsa proved her wrong.
"So will Gibbs do Abby next because she should not be sleeping on the floor or having music in her office." You raise a good theoretical point, but Abby's not a field agent so I don't think the same rules would apply.
Nell flawed and whiny? Do let us know the next time you either a) kill someone in self-defense, b) remove the entire magazine from a would-be killer's machine gun, or 3) help an agent pilot a drone loaded with explosives. That you base your opinion of a show solely on the sexual tension between two agents isn't terribly enlightened IMO.
In addition to the alleged wheel of plot twists, let's not forget that this all boiled down to stock character #72--the aging hippie who hates big government.
It's meant to be nondescript in order to blend in with the surroundings. A glass and metal jungle in a depressed neighborhood would certainly raise suspicion. Also, are you sure it's the front door they're entering? Remember 1) Sam's car seems to be parked in an alley, not on the street; and 2) when the unit was under investigation, the agents from the FBI were observed on security cameras--maybe THAT was the front entrance.
"Once upon a time, I tried singing." Well played. Kudos to the writer with the cheek-implanted tongue. Great to see Toby without that ridiculous lid--he looks better without it. mmmyeaaah....I may have to reconsider my elevator usage. Sorry...but I'm for Hoby, not Heyton.
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