Oh come on it's 147 nautical miles to Norfolk how many difficulties can come up?
I agree with Jack I like the character developing episodes - hell if I want another case of the week procedural there are umpteen of them to watch. I also agree with "trinity" I barely slogged into the final season of the Brenda show in fact the finale that introduced Rusty was the best episode of that season.
I think that this is a flash forward from maybe the middle of the season And I agree it's about time that Lydia came into her own. I also agree that Aiden is really just a figment from her past.
This was a great episode to what is turning out to be a fascinating second season. So now we have some major factors: Cameron who is the brilliant coder, Tom who is the implementer of games. The we have Sara who understands the potential for the chat room and Gordon providing brilliant twist to the system which will come out in the long run,And John is the character who has grown the most and trying to reconnect with his son and daughter-in-law will I hope be an impetus for the rest of the series. And Joe is probably invent the relational database - a major contribution in computing,
Quite frankly I didn't give a FF about Peyton she was neglected for the whole season except for last week. I think it was an exquisite twist that Liv cured Major but probably has to turn her brother. It was poetic that Liv cured Blaine - talk about twisting the knife. All in all a good finale!
I have to admit that it was hard to go from last season's high powered finale to this introductory episode. I wonder if Rusty eventually hooks up with Pete? They are of an age.
I heard that Ben is going to the darkside maybe if JJ also goes dark they will team up to take down the Dimera enterprise - which would certainly kick the show out of it's doldrums.
Loved it. It was not what I was expecting - it's more Stephen Kingish. I hope they don't explain everything by the second episode.
I just finished binge watching the show and hope they have a season 2. This is not "the Charlie Manson Show". I have to admit I thought I would never see NBC include so many gay/bi characters in a show and significantly.
Pity maybe Netflix will pick it up they produced Hemlock Grove and seem to be on a roll with original shows.
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