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Hawaii Five-0 Review: Welcome to Margaritaville

I agree with Aces why is everyone hating on Lori? Seriously, every comment I read is dripping with such disdain for this character, I don't get it. She's not in the credits so obviously she's not permanent, if that's any consolation to all you Lori-haters out there. But geez, enough already! I love this show and don't really watch it with a critical eye like some of the people in the comments seem to. Its just a show, people! Why do some fans take it personally when the show changes even the slightest or a new character is added that wasn't there originally? Its just a fun show to me, its a mixture of comedy and action which is why I enjoy it so much along with Steve (I'd be lying if I said he wasn't part of the reason I watch the show). You should just sit back and just enjoy too.

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The Mentalist Review: Obsession Meets Obsession

Loved this episode, my favorite this season so far. Lots of suspense, definitely darker than the other episodes this season. Jane was definitely more focused and intense, it is unsettling since I'm used to the charming and witty Jane. I loved the ending, the way Jane let Panzer hang himself was awesome! Using one serial killer to bring out another was genius, didn't see it coming.

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The Mentalist Review: Jane Pokes a Fish

continuation of previous post, I hit the submit button too soon.
...are just his way of trying to do that.

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The Mentalist Review: Jane Pokes a Fish

I agree with wandajune, I love the show and the Red John plot but I'm glad when there are episodes that don't focus solely on it. As for Grace, she is just hiding behind her rough exterior. If this episode is any indication, it is that she will break eventually because she is starting to let her anger come out in her work instead of remaining composed like she used to. She seems disheveled but its probably just a reflection of the issues that she has but won't deal with or admit to having. I just hope when she realizes that she has a problem that it won't be too damaging to her or her career. As for Grace and Wayne with his new public defender girlfriend, I think they've gotten past the awkward, lets-just-be-friends thing that they used to have and Grace seems to have other things on her mind besides his love life anyway. I must say I missed Cho and his deadpan humor, we need more Cho. As for Lisbon and Jane, I loved the scene at the beach because Jane seems to be in his element there, it just fits him and his carefree personality. I also loved the ending, although predictable it just shows the constant guilt he carries around with him for losing his family. He hasn't completely let go of it, and these little moments