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". :-)
Oh, that's not just on this show. You can't BELIEVE how viewers have it in for a new female character on another CBS show. Every week they complain and threaten not to watch any longer, some claim that they've watched their last ep of the show...
Actually, every element of the plot was subject to a fan vote--the crime, the victim, the criminal, the setting.....
Soooooo... only watchin' it for the hot babes huh?
OK, so when Chin Ho and Jerry walked into the gym and were stopped by the every reunion's most annoying person, the "name tag lady", who flashed back to Camryn Manheim in "Romy and Michelle's High School Reunion"? No? Just me then?
"And Brody is more professional and matured in the way she handles herself which would meld well with Gibbs, Tony, McGee and Vance. " Well, 3 outta four ain't bad. You honestly think Tony handles himself professionally and maturely? He's class clown-Peter Pan-overgrown frat rat. Didja ever stop to think that before Bishop came along, HE was the quirky one? Besides, we all know the formula by now--there's ALWAYS one who's different as counterpoint to the rest. THAT'S Brody in NOLA.
Best dialog of the ep, hands down: Granger pickin' at Hetty for not telling him the truth about the mission....and Hetty reminding him that he's done that too many times to count. I'm back to thinking that wherever Granger goes, mess follows. I suppose that's logical given that he's the Assoc Dir and if he's directly involved, things MUST be bad. Still, Hetty's point is valid--he messes with the team's heads and well-being when he should have their backs.
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