Sue ann

TBD is a good description. I hope if Holmes and Watson get back together in whatever form she is willing to permit, that they don't kill off the kid. It's been done to death. I liked the speech the captain gave, too. It was perfectly reasonable after the way Holmes bolted from the city and from his obligations there. He proved untrustworthy. Watson and the captain would both be fools to trust him easily again. Possibly, ever. I wouldn't, but then, I am old and untrusting anyway. I liked the way Watson found the Bearded Dragon. And I am glad that the tortoise is with her, where it is less apt to be participating in re-enactments of crime scenes. Safer. The episode was full of nice little moments, but the case of the week did not impress. Or unimpress. It was OK.

Sue ann

I did not get home in time to see this episode yet, so I have no comment on that; I will catch it online tomorrow. However, I do have a response to the question you ask above, Would you want to see "Neil deGrasse Tyson in a wet T-shirt bent over the hood of a Porsche."? You betcha! I would take him any way I could get him. He's drop dead gorgeous, wicked smart, and he has a great sense of humor. He is just about perfect.

Sue ann

Thursday night football.

Sue ann

He has a boss who likes him; he has a beautiful wife who loves him and is having his child. He won in a battle of wills with his evil father-in-law. He did a good job running the morgue when Ducky had his heart attack and was out for a long time. He was Tony's go-to guy for questions when Gibbs retired to Mexico and Tony was running the team. He is a fine, upstanding member of society, with a happy present and a shining future. I would call him a success. And the geekiness is quite cute.

Sue ann

This web site is supposed to be for all viewers to share their opinions, not just for slavish fan girls and boys. Without constructive criticism, shows will not get better. And if everyone agreed on everything, it would be a very dull world, and television would be pabulum beyond belief. It is not necessary to tell every person with whom you disagree that they should get on the floor with Bishop. Nor does it add anything to the discussion.

Sue ann

I remember Gerald, but I love Mr. Palmer. He is such a sweet, caring geek.

Sue ann

Random thoughts: You did not mention it, but wasn't this the first episode with no crossover personnel from NCIS? And they didn't need them, either. I thought it was very interesting, and I liked Pride's wife a lot. More than I did their daughter. The assistant to the medical examiner continues to not impress. This series is showcasing New Orleans beautifully; I expect their tourism numbers will go up a lot if this show survives.

Sue ann

I speak only for myself. I don't hate her. I dislike her a lot, and I think the character is poorly written, and portrayed by a mediocre actress. When the focus is off of her, I do not mind her as a placeholder or spear carrier. Pretty much the same as I regarded Kate.

Sue ann

I agree. Abby's nose in Tony's business really annoyed me; had she done it to me, she would have gotten thoroughly chewed and spit out. It really is no business of hers, and being Tony's friend still does not make it her business. Unless he asks for help, the proper thing to do is to keep off the grass. I really did NOT like this episode. I sort of liked the ATF agent. But then, I was never a Tiva shipper; I never thought she was good enough for Tony. Of the females he's been shown to date, this is the first one who did not make me vaguely ill.

Sue ann

I always love this show, but I thought that this was their best episode in a while. It had pretty much everything, including the charming moments when Finch spoke to Bear over the phone to get him to eat his breakfast. Everyone played a part, and Lionel did not only get the paperwork this time. I truly did NOT see it coming when Finch paid off the Chinese man who had "mugged" them. Clever. And it is always a delight to see Elias; I am a big fan of Enrico Colantoni. I suspect that his character will continue to get slowly sucked into doing good rather than evil; bit by bit, unwilling though he may be. That is fun to watch. Root was not there; I do not hate her the way some seem to do, but I also did not really miss her. I noticed her absence, and forgot it. The hour was full as it was.