First paragraph, "relive the era", not "relieve the era".
The episode was hysterically funny, up until there was no prize. The abuse heaped on Raj made me very sad, and it was not funny. It left kind of a bad taste, which was mostly taken away by Howard and Amy singing karaoke, but not entirely. I, too, hope they have Amy and Howard go to a Neil Diamond concert. No reason why they should not ...
Nice new banner, by the way ...
I am an admirer of the work of Fred Koehler, so to see him playing identical twins is going to be twice the pleasure. I am starting to run out of programs I watch on which he has not appeared. Bummer. I don't think Hotch would want to take that job, because Jack admires him so much because he hunts the monsters. I imagine they will fill it with another person who is incompetent to do the job she or he supervises, just like Strauss was. Shades of real life. I hate working for those people.
I had four wisdom teeth removed at one time. I looked like a chipmunk smuggling large nuts for three weeks. I find both Deeks's clarity of speech and his svelteness of face unbelievable so soon after dental assault such as he suffered, although regarding the speech, as he had no anesthetic, it is possible that his speech would have been unaffected by the damage and pain. That said, I thought it was a very well-written, well-acted episode.
I agree with TV Critic. Nice new banner. The one from season one was getting old. This episode? Meh ...
It was an interesting show, mostly, but I watched to see Neil Patrick Harris and the "In Memorium" slides. I have never seen at least eighty percent of the shows nominated or which won awards, because I do not have cable, I cannot afford cable, and I will not be getting cable. And I am not the only person in this situation. This show is officially irrelevant, for me.
Since it says that she is only going to be there for one episode, stop panicking. It is unseemly. I don't like the characters she has portrayed either, but one can put up with nearly anything for one episode. (Although there is one episode of Bones I will never re-watch, and one episode of Castle the same.) But only one episode? Chill out. If she is playing "Sarah Porter, a high-level Navy official", then there is no chance whatsoever that her character would take a lower job as a special NCIS agent.
I will not miss Van Pelt in any way, shape, or form. Rigsby, yes. I kind of like him. But my favorite has always been Cho, and if he is staying, I will be happy. Grace has been portrayed as a moron too many times. She irritates me. She makes women look bad.
@ atlanta On the other hand, those of us who have been posting about this show for years are entitled to have a place to post our disappointment about the turns this show has taken since season five's ending. It is unreasonable of you to say that we should "stfu". Our views are as valid as those of the viewers who salivate over the offerings on this show like hungry dogs. Fan boys and fan girls are NOT the only people entitled to opinions. Nor are they the only people entitled to post opinions. And since the owners of this web site have not banned us, I suggest that you stfu your own self.
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