@ Grimmfan#10 Finch is a billionaire. Just how many billions he has, I don't recall ever being specified.
I think if Jane gets seriously interested in anyone, Red John will take them out, just the way he did the fake psychic a few seasons back. I think Jane knows it.
You know, I did not see any alcohol beverages at the comic book store, yet Raj was able to speak to that woman who approached him, with no hesitation. Has he shed the selective mutism, at long last? If so, it is past time to do so. If not, then where was the booze?
I want Alex to do my shopping for me....
I always read the reviews and the comments on this show, but I quit watching it two years ago. I think that the shark has been jumped so many times by now that the poor thing figures the entire sky is made up of jet skis ridden by 50's Greasers wearing motorcycle jackets.
This particular episode sounds like I made a good choice. I love Ryan O'Neal, and Caroline, Wendell, Hodgins and Angela, but I do not love the writers. They need better writers. They need to go watch The Thin Man. William Powell and Myrna Loy could still teach them a lot.
@ Keith Vlasek You are so dead on in your comments regarding bullying. And the bullying dished out to a genius-level child is particularly cruel. It can even be lethal. And hiding it from their parents ... you are so dead on.
@ bill The relationship between Castle and Beckett has always been Kate the dominant, Rick the submissive. Of COURSE she ordered him to report to the bed. Castle being such a soft wussy guy most of the time is one of the funny (giggly) things about having the actor who portrayed Malcolm Reynolds, a stone cold killer, play Castle as generally not overly brave. I have even seen him hide behind Kate a time or two.
Yes, I know he shows overwhelming bravery, too. I said, MOST of the time. But he is very submissive to all the women in his life.
@ GregV LOL!!!!! There is an upside to everything!
Walden did not keep his secret from Kate successfully. He told her the truth in bed one night; she just did not believe him.
GeneralRapunzel is right. It was the final straw which broke Leonard's back, not the small incident itself. I ended a four-year relationship because my guy slammed the door of my (new) car nearly hard enough to break it, after having been asked not to do so. Cavalierly. It wasn't the slamming of the door. It was all the other small aggravations of the past four years, adding up to one-too-many, suddenly. Poor Leonard. Sheldon would drive me crazy, too.
@ Greg V., I remember December Bride. Always loved that show. Pete and Gladys, not so much. Mrs. Columbo did not work, for the same reasons.
I thought this was a brilliant episode, and after Sheldon having been humiliated by Kripke's brilliant plan last week, having him reduced to "ummmm-ing" at Amy was wondrous! Humanizing baby steps ...
No to all three of your concluding questions. I think Eric would have a nervous breakdown if Nell goes into the field much more. This is twice that I can think of, and this time she definitely was hung out to dry.
If the team trusts Granger, then the more fool them. The writers on this show periodically have a person in power over the team do something monumentally stupid to no good purpose, like when the woman who was blown up made the two pairs of agents split up, and partner with a different team member, for no reason except sheer bitchery. This week, Granger nearly got Nell killed. He is no more trustworthy than Vance, who I would not trust an inch.
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