Yes, only 3 apparently. You see this show wasn't originally slated to become a series........but the ratings were great and before the mid season finale it was picked up for a second season. Apparently they had to get Viola Davis on board ....so glad they did.
Hmmmm.........maybe someone made a mistake? I guess we will see..........
I know you had mentioned before that they are not showing the episodes in order. Having said that, this episode definitely seemed out of order to me. I don't know, maybe I just like John's interactions with Zed and Chas better than not having them on. I. too, still wonder what was behind the decision to move this show to the 8pm hour. I like the show but unfortunately I still don't think it's going to be back for another season.
After reflecting some more, and at this stage of the series, I feel there is only few scenarios left as far as "the big lie" can go. The lie all starts with Harvey because he is the one that hired Mike knowing he had not graduated law school. If memory serves Jessica was next to find out and she, too, did nothing mainly in part because of what Mike had done to that point for the firm as far as winning cases and such. How many more times are we going to see "the big lie" come back and bite them in the ass? There's no way Louis is going to give up. Louis won't just lay down.........
Yes, that's always been what Louis wanted--to be accepted by Harvey and Jessica and seen as an equal. Louis gets treated "like that annoying kid" because that's the way he acts. Until he finally figures out that isn't going to get him anywhere that's the way it will always be.
Only 3 episodes left?!?!!?!?!? Well, I know this was just supposed to be a one time thing and not turn into a regular series......thank goodness it has turned into a regular series and will be back. Viola Davis totally deserved the SAG award she just got!! This show is brilliant and the pieces are falling together beautifully...........
The guy that played young Rossi has been on before I believe. This was a great episode. Was shocked it started out with the murder of Gideon. All the hype surrounding this episode certainly didn't point to that happening. Kudos to MGG and his performance. He amazingly personified the angst of losing a mentor. I thought it was great to see another side of Hotch. That's something we rarely see.
Excellent show! Terence and Tajari are excellent! Don't like Anika.....she's just a Cookie said--a debutant.Don't like Hakeem.......too bratty and it's going to come back on him eventually. Andre is too shady and we don't know a whole lot about him yet except he's on some kind of medication and in some kind of open marriage......... Jamal is too conflicted and I hope he can overcome that soon.
The way Louis treated Rachel was despicable......and he just did it because he knew she knew about Mike. It was played brilliantly. I was stooped as to how they would get one over on Louis. Mind you, I knew they would--I just couldn't figure out how. It will be interesting now that most everybody knows about Mike.
I'm still scratching my head over the decision to move this show up to 7pm(CST)............I don't think that did the show any favors. I haven't read the comics either, that being said, John (well Zed and Chas too) seems to be a real complex character with lots of layers left yet to explore. Only thing is, I doubt we are going to get to see them explored. I'm pretty sure the woman that played Chas' wife can also be seen on a show on OWN by Tyler Perry called If Loving You is Wrong........ I am still hoping this show gets renewed........
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