Sarah silva

I do not know if I can make it through 3 more episodes, I was already crying at the end during the baby show and I am sure more tears are to come as we watch the last 3 episodes.
I was never a fan of Hank but I did start to like him tonight, he was great with Drew and he had some funny moments.
My favorite comment was when he was telling Sarah he likes Joel, the nice one not the mean one. (Or something close to that).
I felt bad for him when he proposed and Sarah looked more scared then happy. Sarah chose Hank and now it sure seems like she does not want to marry him even though she was so sure he was the one. I also felt bad when he wanted to be there for Sarah and she kept telling him that he could go home.
I am starting to like Joel again and I do like the idea of them getting back together will be due to Zeke's health issues and Julia seeing Joel step up and the whole life is to short theme will apply to Julia and Joel to both not hold onto the past and they will be back together.
As for the Luncheonette, Carissa I too want Crosby to buy out Adam I thought of that last night and I hope that his $20 grand will be enough to do so. Adam was never a good fit for the music business and it would be perfect to bring Amber in as a partner. Then it would be great if it flourishes and Adam kicks himself for wanting out.
I love how supportive Jasmine was.
I am not at all surprised that Kristina told Adam it was a good idea to cut their losses, I am sure it would be a different situation if the did not have the Charter School and needed the money.
I really hope Zeke does not die. I wonder if Jason has changed his mind as he did say one of the would indeed die. He will probably keep us on the edge of our seats until the last episode.

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What was your favorite scene or quote in Pretty Little Liars Season 5 Episode 14?
I a with Winston, Hannah's response to Mrs. Grunwald. Do you believe that Ali killed Mona?
I think it would be too obvious that she killed Mona, but Ali is one crazy girl so she could have. What do you take from Mrs. Grunwald's visit?
It is always good seeing Ali be afraid of someone. So I liked that part about her visit. Who attacked Aria?
This episode made me think for the first time that Mike is A. It would explain his characters absences throughout the series, also the way he was not upset about Mona when he talked to Ezra. Also he is not a tall or big guy so he could easily put on a wig and pretend to be Ali. So I say it was Mike. Sadder scene: Aria and Mike or Paige and Emily's goodbye?
Emily and Paige's goodbye. Since I think Mike is A, I believe his crying was fake. Make a prediction for this season.
Of course more people will die. I do not think Mona and/or Bethany's killer or killers will be revealed until next season.

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Such a great episode.
One of the best moments for me was when Cameron was developing a small crush on Phil and then as soon as Phil got the Alpaca it was over.
I knew that Hayley dropped her phone and was talking to it and not Alex even before we saw that it was indeed that. I loved that Phil stood up to Gil.
The scene at the end when the Dunphy's were hugging and Jay came and joined them.

Sarah silva

Such a great episode.
I have a huge crush on Patrick John Flueger. That being said back to the episode.
This was a very intense episode, but at least they managed to add some funny and sweet moments. As soon as the first commercials aired I tweeted to the cast as they always live tweet that the house was like a house of horrors. :) It seemed liked tons of people on twitter though the same thing.
Ruzek and Burgess tried their hardest to keep their relationship a secret but it sure seems like every one knew they were together. Platt was funny when she told Ruzek she passed the Detective test twice when Ruzek asked how she knew.
I really loved Voight going to visit Burgess and telling her she can join his team because after being shot officers can choose where the want to go in the department and that he would make an exception this time and allow two people dating to be in his unit. However I have a feeling Burgess will be scared to go back to work.
Ruzek and Voight professing their love was very sweet.
I really did not expect Lindsay to leave. As much as I want Sophia Bush to remain on the show, I really do not think a division of Chicago PD and then Lindsay at her FBI gig will be a good flow.
I do not recall Atwater going to see Burgess, was that scene cut?

Sarah silva

Really USA? Why could they not have given Covert the same consideration it gave White Collar and had a shortened final season. I hope the new shows they have will do badly.

Sarah silva

Didn't Finch say out loud when he was playing chess with the machine that it can calculate millions of scenarios in seconds happen before the first simulation? I new Harold would not be dead. However my question now is Shaw really dead? It sure seems like she is.
I too enjoyed the moments of humor: Harold and the painting, all the different names Fusco has for Root, when they needed to speed up the simulation so they just said things like "insert witty comment here" .
I also news something was off during the first simulation when Root told Reese the machine would tell him what to do, the machine has only been talking to Root.

Sarah silva

Such a great episode.
I am glad that they dropped the charges against Spencer.
One question: Did we know that Ezra took over the coffee house? I do not recall being then saying that.
So now I totally think that Mike is A, it sure seems like Ezra does too by the questions he was asking Mike. Yes Mike did cry after he and Aria talked, but it all could be an act. It would explain his characters absence in a lot of the episodes. He is also not a big or tall guy so he could put on a wig and pretend to be Alison.
I agree that the use of Grunwald was perfect. I also agree that the girls are too quick to believe they are safe. I did not want Paige to leave.
A is totally messing up Aria's chances with getting into college.

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I knew that Mills and Brett would be fine. The show would kill off another main character in the same season.
I knew Lulo was involved as soon as they were kidnapped.
Mills has some skills.
I am glad that little Terrence is fine.
Boden was not kept in the dark, he made Herrmann tell him what was going on.
So Dawson hoped that by packing her bags and leaving that Casey would call her bluff and ask her to stay. Having time apart may be just what they need to work things out, but the explanation that she gave Otis that she basically did that and hoped that if Casey loved her he would ask her to stay was kind of an immature. If she did not want to leave then she should not have. You can tell Casey did not want to leave and yes he may not have put up a fight but to me it seems like he felt she wanted to leave.
The way the episode ended it sure looks like a the rest of the season will be going after the person that set the fire that killed Shay.
I liked seeing Jay on this episode, however it was a little odd seeing him work with a different team as I thought that once you are on Voight's task force you just work for him. :)

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You're welcome.
I totally agree about Danny and Steve.
Yes the voice over was good to add spice but would be overkill if it was done all the time.

Sarah silva

Pretty good Winter Premiere.
My stomach sank too when Henry got all the details wrong. I thought there was no way that he would be a credible witness on the stand.
I too had mixed feelings about Frank asking the son to wear a wire and get his father to admit he killed the police officer. However I suppose Frank saw no other way. I do think that it was the right choice to tell the father that he ordered his son to wear the wire, that way the father will not hate his son.
The hot dog vendor getting hit by the truck and then having the umbrella fall on him was brutal.
After interviewing a witness Eddie was convinced that there was another driver and I knew that even though Jamie protested when she told him they needed to look into it further, that he would trust her and get to the bottom of what happened and I am glad he did, even though the son denied it we all knew he was the driver. I am glad that the mom forced her husband and son to come forward.
Baez and Danny talking about adult movies was funny.
Two things that were funny: Danny yelling "Shots Fired, Shots Fired" out loud in the car with Baez, for one Baez could hear the shots I am sure and for two he was not on the radio calling for back up.
Second, are we really to believe that Bridget Moynahan who is 43 in real life is supposed to be 36/37 on the show? She claims she was not born in 1977. That was silly to me.