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Please link to one of my reviews where I have said I couldn't care less about Mia's story because I haven't. I've talked about the pacing of Mia's paternity in the pilot, and I've noted that her story after the reveal was mostly of avoidance and processing - something I couldn't blame her for.
Second, my comment about Revenge is to emphasize the problem with Joanna as a main character right now, and to bring to light the fact that for a being one of the main characters Joanna is doing absolutely nothing that is noteworthy or rootable. I admitted this show is not Revenge back in my review of the pilot, and got the "comparisons" out of the way right then and there.
You can disagree with my review, but please don't make things up to support your comments. That is the true meaning of bias.
Thanks for pointing out the mistake. It's been fixed!
As for Renee, I thought Eric said she got into drugs. Did I imagine things?
Awesome, thanks for letting me know everyone. In the advance copy I was sent it just looked like Ben jumped in front of bus.
Do No Harm's premiere is the lowest rated ever among the four broadcasters - ABC, NBC, FOX, and CBS. That's certainly setting a very different bar.
I haven't watched Gossip Girl since midway through Season 3, but I tuned in to the final out of respect for the show before it went downhill for me. Nevetheless, I'm going to jump in on the Gossip Girl reveal: I don't understand the motive the writers had for making Dan Gossip Girl. It's just full of plot holes, Dan has asked for help from Gossip Girl, he's gotten tips from...himself, Dan being surprised about Nate and Serena in the S2 premiere even though GG had the scoop on them, etc. I'm all for a clever ruse, but this seems tacked on at the last minute - not something that has been in the cards since Day 1. No matter what the show says.
I was going to make a note of it in my review, but I became sidetracked as I wrote about Kelly. I think he was visiting his father.
Ugh, one of the perils of starting in August. I'll try to find something to keep us occupied Grimm-sters.
The sole reason I didn't have a fit over Kim Raver being so put together is because I see her character as someone with a much higher social status and wealth than most of the population around her. In this post-Blackout world her husband is (or seems to be) a very high ranking official in the militia, and that affords her money and power. So of course she's going to look far, far better than everyone else - she has the means and influence to do so.
EMT and Paramedic servies are quickly being incorporated under firefighter "services" because fires are less and less common place.
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