I thought that Mayim Bialik swiped that scene right out from under Jim Parsons. It was brilliant. But my reaction to Penny's comment that she is passionate about her friends and Leonard was, "Huh?" I don't see that. She does not seem to get excited about much of anything any more.
@ Michelle Israel already had a female prime minister, decades ago. Ever hear of Golda Meir? She was the prime minister of Israel from 1969--1974. A LOT of countries have had female presidents and prime ministers. Some do now. Sadly, the USA is not one of them. In terms of gender equality, there is nothing "forward thinking" at all about the USA.
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This show was already renewed for a second season weeks ago.
I did not need to hear him to regard his words with due reverence. His web site was always worth the time it took to read it, and there are few of those these days. Back in the day, when he and Siskel were in their heydey, I always enjoyed the brisk disagreements, with the intelligent arguments. I don't watch movie reviewers any more, if there are any, and I don't watch movies any more, either.
Rest in peace.
Actually, I think Kripke had the funniest attempt to kiss up to Mrs. Davis. His comment about children just finding something about him to be funny was very funny ...
I laughed out loud when Raj told his dog that he'd cut the cleaning lady to twice a week, and they would both be living like animals. If he could only see my house ...
I would pick Leonard, but that is because he is generally the most mature of those three. He definitely was, tonight. Also, Sheldon would/will be insufferable if tenured, and so would Raj. Leonard has a bit more empathy in him.
I thought the episode was excellent, start to finish. Shemar Moore really impressed me, as he seldom has.
I have my doubts about whether he will ever heal entirely, and the man being dead really changes nothing.
I think he would have been forced to honor that deal. Lawyers. He had not told on Buford up until that point (to the other prisoners), so it would have just been continuing to be silent.
No, I think his conversion was a sham. Had his conversion been real, he would have provided a complete list of names. He had no honor, and true followers have honor.
@ DebB831 That is precisely the same thing I thought when Tommy asked the other officer out! She looks just like Dani. Man, I did NOT like Dani. But then, I don't care for Tommy either, so fine by me.
I wanted an answer to Ethan's question about what it was like to get bitten by a "zombie." I'd like to know. Too bad they didn't have Tommy give an answer.
I agree with Christine -- we need more Curtis, especially, but also, more Ethan.
@ Alana Yes, you said what I was saying, and like joyeful says, you said it so much better.
@ Wendi You said, "Anyone who thinks Beckett was insensitive to worry Castle has clearly not watched this show for any length of time."
Well, I have been watching since the third episode, have all the DVD's, and have seen every single episode at least six times, and some of them considerably more than six times. And I think Beckett was very insensitive.
I agree with Greg Eckes and Rebecca. This disturbed me quite a bit, as a remarkably cruel and insensitive trick to play on a very sensitive man. It made for a great episode, but it still bothered me quite a lot. I would not have taken it well, had anyone done such a thing to me, especially after I had already seen that person die once (in the ambulance ...) That Castle took it that well appeared to me to be quite a struggle, and a conscious decision not to embarrass the woman he loved. That was a VERY long pause for thought.
Still, I liked it, up until that point. Well-written episode. Excellently acted. The number of folks who are in on their "secret" is getting to be a little unnerving. How can Gates POSSIBLY not know?
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