I haven't watched in a few weeks for just the reasons you listed, everyone wasting my time walking around a polo field in hats saying obvious crap - I started with the show because of T-bone Burnett, but the music has really gone downhill - except for Scarlet's beautiful voice in this one.
Good writeup Kate - - Sherlock told Gregson, "I have come to appreciate the premise of partnership. The very smallest gesture can speak volumes." And Joan is getting better every day at picking up the smallest clues - the scene in the Jail was hilarious - I know they cut it too soon, but still hilarious
good point - the ratings show Elementary and Scandal both at 9+ M viewers. I fell sorry for those who quit the show Jonny Lee's acting chops are just amazing - he physically owns every scene
Arrow overloaded fanboys with more DC Comics mentions than I could count, including Oliver being called the Arrow for the first time and Ras al Ghul - coolio
I could not disagree more strongly. The acting and beautifully scripted action and dialogue are right up there with Elementary. It is written for adultsshaw and root in each others face after shaw woke up cuffed to the steering wheel - that was so dead sexy and threatening at the same time; excellent acting by the two ladies - they carried this scene so beautifully.And the finale of shaw punching root made me stand and cheer - kudos to the Nolan brothers and the writers.
shaw and root in each others face after shaw woke up cuffed to the steering wheel - that was so dead sexy and threatening at the same time; excellent acting by the two ladies - they carried this scene so beautifully.And the finale of shaw punching root made me stand and cheer - kudos to the Nolan brothers and the writers. And this was just one loop of the story.I'm gonna go look for a building and open the Phoenix branch of the Church of the Holy Machine.
the flashback scenes of Shaw as a young girl shows her to be a classic psychopath - "I do angry, and that's about it" Maybe that is the story line from the Nolan Brothers - to show that Reese is bad because he has to be to save others, and Shaw is bad because she HAS to be. Sarah Shahi carries her role so beautifully - no break, perfect continuity of character.She is a great addition to the cast. I love Bad Grrrllzzz.
Cyndi Lauper spent a lot of time in the studio recording that beautiful song; there were only three spots where her voice missed; damn these trained ears. the priest was played by Emily Deschanel's real-life husband, David Hornsby; that is a pretty cool bit of casting. too bad angela's dad - ZZ Top's Billy Gibbons - couldn't be there. The classic Fin de siÃ¨cle costumes for the squinterns was a nice touch. angela and Booth are going to have to settle their scores soon - that should be great fun good story; it should be, they must have been writing it for a couple of years
Kate the senator, and three kids!?! cooiio! the Alexis scene was overdue, she's growing up like all children do - break to the Beatles "She's leaving Home" Joshua Gomez was terrific - good actor, very committed to the part and the plot; he really sold the time travelVery good episode - Ah I love New York.
@Keith Vlasak - i think you are exactly right; Sheldon's cruelty comes from a place where he thinks he's not only smarter than everyone else, but that no one else is even smart enough to understand how smart he really is. And that pisses him off, and he lashes out like a tantrum from a four-year old savant.that is the ultimate 'oblivious-ness'
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