Thanks! That was hard to hear while that song was playing too! I still think it's pretty much a given Maddie is somehow going to save Deacon.............but we'll see I guess.
Thanks for the info!
I'm with you on this one. There is study after study about vaccinations. It's up to doctors to share that information, no matter their personal beliefs, so that parents will be informed. I'm still waiting on Noah's daddy to show back up--and I think it may happen before the end of the season.
They had a thing they were running to let fans name the baby that I think just ended. I guess that's why we didn't get a name yet. I was sad to see Sadie go. I hope at some point they bring her back. I wasn't surprised to see Season 1 Juliette rear her ugly head again. She's come a long way but that is still part of who she is. Gunnar and Scarlett are the two I am least interested in at this point. I do want to see their band succeed though. I also wonder if Teddy will end up dead or either that woman will and if it goes that way it will somehow lead to Teddy. What was that at the end and the messages Deacon was listening to--from his doctor? I couldn't make that out because of the song being played?
It was late. They had just arrived from a long flight. It wasn't unfeasible for them to have wanted or take the water. Had they not the guy could have killed them in the van.
I thought the spin-off already had the green light and we'd be seeing it this summer? Am I wrong about that? I, too, think this could turn out better than Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior. I hadn't seen Anna Gunn before-- I haven't watched Breaking Bad. The episode was good but moved very quickly--which I guess was to be expected with only 43 minutes.
Another good showing but I've come to be disappointed in this season as it's went back to a case of the week format instead of having an arc story that carries all season. I like arc storylines.
Bob Paris may have, on the surface, looked like he accepted Norma's demands but I don't think it is going to be that easy at all. He's already had his goon run Norma off the road........he's certainly not above doing worse. Norma storming out after Dylan's reveal was a great twist but I don't think she'll be gone long.
This was a good episode. As far as the emails, I think that represents what is wrong with the media and journalism today. A journalist gets personal feelings (be it of hate or whatever) toward who they are interviewing and it becomes a game of one upmanship and doing whatever they can to take the person down no matter what and no matter if it is even true or not. I don't like "Petra" and I hope Eli, Alicia and Peter take her ass down. As far as Diane and "religious freedoms", that was interesting territory the show took on. IN MY OPINION, if you run a business it is not in your best interest to turn your back on a customer and not offer your services because you don't believe in what they are doing in their personal life. Yes, you have a right in your personal belief to not support gay marriage. But for you to use that to trumpet your beliefs like it is the only one that matters and not offer your services is just wrong and it will hurt your business as we've already seen this past week in Indiana and that pizza place that closed. I also think an excellent point was made when they said there are gay people that believe in God. Personally, I don't care if anybody is gay. You can't control who you fall in love with. I'm at a point in my life that I don't even know if I even believe in love anymore..........but I digress.......... Kalinda is in real trouble. How is she going to get out of it? From the previews for next week it does look as though she tells Diane. I think Kalinda may go to Bishop for help to just disappear.......I'm wondering what this big shock is that's coming.
You're missing the entire point but I'm done debating this.........
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