Good interview! They seem very interested in chatting about the show and her character.
That scene sure pointed towards him being unstable, it seems logical to assume it is him. Of course on this show, it would be anyone but.
~I realize the finale has aired, just haven't gotten that far yet.
I assumed it was Gus, but I don't foresee that being anything major. But on this show, who knows what ends up being a big deal!
This episode was full of hopeless from all the characters. Obviously Jesse/Walt, but Hank's wife (Maria?) getting tossed out of their bedroom after he had a great physio day, Skylar getting laughed at by the car wash dude.
Such a round-a-bout way (again) of showing how Walt's actions have affected everyone close to him.
Wow.. I wrote my first comment back in September. I hadn't watched the show then, but I just did now.
Hilarious Mr. King! Couldn't believe him when he started to feel up the woman.
Wondered if they kept the child because they didn't want to admit to the Sons something about Cameron, doesn't make sense though since they planted his body in a public area. :/ Can't stop watching...
Worth noting that the scene where Sookie was reading a book, I think when Eric was gone, and she had the house to herself the author of the book was "...lene Harris" which is of course the author of the Sookie Stackhouse novels! Interesting little tidbit.
Hey Reviewer, not sure if you ever check back on these but to comment about your Q. Here in BC, Canada it's recently been legislated that anyone other than a peace officer (police, jail, etc) can not wear or buy body armor/kevlar.
If they can keep up with the cases like this one, I think this show has a real shot.
Very off the wall, style, but yeah their 'grid' guy was kinda strange storyline. Though, I thought Stanton was going to hit on the Chinese hottie with that look!
Very funny episode, and woah the women in that magazine's office were unreal beautiful
Hmm, if this show ends up being like Friends and runs for 10 seasons, I think we'll be okay. ;)
I laughed hysterically during this episode as I do almost every single one, so I'm a hard person to judge comedic gold.
This was a bit of a pleasant surprise of an episode. Usually when there is a semi-big name actor (Lee Tergesen) in a L&O episode, 99% of the time this person is the accused.
At the end of the court case, I was firmly behind Patrick thinking he was in fact in the right. They didn't prove that he was actually angry, not frightened. A month previously his wife gets surprised and accosted in her garden, add in the multiple complaints to the police with no reaction, I believe it.
3 sooty, dirty people have kicked in his door and for whatever reason are sitting in his garage to "get warm"? Instantly his back would up against the wall, no matter who is there. Wouldn't been interesting to see if he would've opened the garage door instead of the young man coming at him.
Either way, good episode. Nearby in Slave Lake, Alberta, Canada there is a gigantic forest fire out of control. Scary to put yourself in their shoes, and what would you do?
PS. If the woman had picked up her cat & kittens when they were told to leave the valley, nobody would have died!
Hey Nicky! - Not everyone has watched those season finales, why spoil it for everyone!!!
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