I must admit that I have had to catch up on episodes on the computer, as I have been away on vacation, and sometimes, away from a television. I have not paid any attention to Beckett's ring finger. However, it was established back when her apartment blew up, or earlier, that she wears her mother's ring on a chain around her neck. Is it possible that it was her mother's ring, and not hers, which she was wearing, as per usual?
I doubt Castle and Beckett will have more privacy for romance. Martha has already proven she has no compunctions whatsoever about walking into Castle's bedroom whenever the fancy strikes her, without knocking.
Christine was not the only one not attending. Where were Booth and Bones's brothers?
One problem with Amy dumping Sheldon would be that she would also be giving up the only female friends she has ever had, Penny and Bernadette. Amy really is in a tough position. She has not given up hope for more of a normal relationship with Sheldon, and she is painfully aware of her social lacks. She is happy having girl friends, and happy having a boy friend, and the cost keeps rising. Sheldon really was an a*****e this episode. Explaining him to the Swedes would have been difficult, if real.
Sheldon used to improve, if slowly. He seems to have come to another stop. The writers need to check the show's book together, intensively.
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 ...
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