I heard in the grapevine that they (VP & Rigs) are getting married and since there is an episode called Wedding in Red (or something to that effect) maybe there will be a death attached to these nuptials. Anyone confirm this.
This hsow drags on too much, Longmire, a la John Wayne, quiet and even condescending to younger ones, a loner and troubled individual with family tension (where have I seen this before) is boring. This episode had to be turned off because of the scene with horses being killed in a fire, screaming for help, so I never saw the ending and will not watch it again. I have seen autopsiees but this was heart wrenching. I will not be watching again.
George, you are so wrong. Why would the audience not appreciate Cho dating a blonde hooker. He did the right thing though, it had to end, they were a bit too volatile together. This episode was a bit humdrum, not Ashley Gable's finest although it was her last. Santa Marta, the location of this ep was the same as in the first season where the other surfer (girl) was killed, which she also wrote. I love Rigsby, not so jittery and happy in his new role. VP is also becoming a person of her own. This was lighthearted and leading into the next 2 eps whicch are going to be grueling.
The writers have posted a work board of all episodes of season 4 and the last few ones reveal that Jane will truly have a breakdown (as per "loses his shit"), slap Lisbon, carry a holstered gun, lose the vest and run to Vegas where he meets a cocktail waitress (Lorelei), so we have the last two episodes, written by tom and Bruno to get our blood pounding.
Computer glitch, sorry!Limehouse could be the next Madge Bennet replacement villain?are all these just leading us to an epic ending of season or just opening up cans of worms.Just thinking out of the box here perhaps!
This was a weak episode. First, Raylan in a room over a bar? Quarles so easily subdued, what's with this guy?
This was a good (not great) episode in that the murder again took a back seat to the interaction between Jane and Flynn. The kiss was so charming and tantalizing and I do like her more than Kristina who would have liked to get her hands on Patrick, however, Morena B is scheduled to do another spot on the show in the future, how sweet if Simon were to go find her as he seemed to be pondering on just that in the final moments of this episode. Maybe not so much as a romantic interest but just to show he can do it. What do you think out there.
I remember the first episode when Jane taunted the father who had muredered his daughter if he had killed her, the way he answered, emphatic denial and slight incline of the head to the righwas a sure sign that he was lying, any neuro-linguistic student learns to read these signs right off. I'm sure they must have a real mentalist on the set for that kind of realism, but it is sweet to have Simon so well display this with his acting skills, he nails it every time.
Simon called it the gag murder of the week and he meant that it was a vehicle to insert oneself into the charactor's psyche. I think R.J. went back to Rosalin in order to complete his mission of misdirection, i.e. why kill the morgue attendant and not Darcy as previously teased. Why all the secrecy about releasing the files, Wainright is not a favourite of mine. Rosalin seemed to be in a trance (remember Kristina after R.J.) with the blood on her hands and playing Bach furiously and not sensually as before.As a side point, who did the hair and makeup for this episode, Simon looked tired and overcoiffed lately, Amanda with the cheap eyeshadow and Robin's hair and pale face looked rattled and not by Jane.
I admist that Lisbon was very blase about the necklace, since she's the one who was there when V.P. shot her fiance, and Grace hanging the locket over her Orchid was a good sign, just like Jane likes to revisit the room where his wife was murdered so as to remind himself of who he was and what it cost him. Rigsby on the other hand is still like a puppy dog who refuses to be trained, and he's getting in more deeply with Sarah. Lisbon is trusting more in Jane's instincts which shows the direction the show is going to go now that Jane has stepped over to the dark side. Baker has even warned the audience that we are going to have to follow him into this journey like it or not. Kudos to the writers to ceate a charactor that is evolving into something less likeable and more sinister and devious that previously entertained.
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