Kate may have not had training in Afghanistan but she was on detail protecting the President before she came to NCIS....................maybe not as tough as Afghanistan but that's got to count for something...............
I wonder why people like you even watch the show..............smh
I think Aubry is making it up to make herself look unstable.............
From the looks of it. IT IS going to turn into a violent protest. I think you were pretty spot on in everything you said. Russ didn't deserve what happened to him and I just KNOW Barb is the one that called his boss. I also agree Carter's "confession" was a rant of a desperate man. They will never let Aubry near him and if you ask me, rightfully so. Aubry needs extensive rehab, however, she isn't receptive to it at all so it won't do any good.
First off, Henry. It's JON Snow........not John. What did you think of the premiere? Share your favorite scene or moment. A lot happened but hands down Varys and Tyrion scenes were the best. Varys' motives became clear. Were you surprised Tyrion went along with the plan so easily? Yes, indeed they did. Can't say I'm surprised Tyrion accepted so easily as you all alluded to he's got nothing else to lose. And that in and of itself, even though he is a dwarf, can make him dangerous.. Sansa has clearly grown up. Is she the one manipulating Littlefinger now? Not just yet but I can clearly see that happening down the road. Cersei's misfortune continues, but a very different Lancel resurfaced. Will he prove to be an ally? I don't think so. I agree with you all. I don't see things ending well for Lancel. Will Daenerys gain control of her dragons, and if so, how? I think she has to if she wants a chance to take the iron throne. How she will do it is anyone's guess but it will be interesting to see play out. Mance Rayder's execution was devastating. Were you expecting it? Will Stannis take action against John? Can't say I was surprised by it. I do think Stannis will do something to Jon......
I have to agree that the motion thing was a bit out there. What I am looking forward to is more of the backstory about Avery and her former practice and her getting hacked. I fully suspect at some point, and if this show is picked up for another season, that this will be brought to the forefront.
I don't agree with you about Hotch taking that other job. I don't think it would have fixed anything. If we know anything at all about Aaron Hotchner, we know that catching criminals is in his blood. You can't get around that and no other job would change that.
LOL at your cab ride!!!!!!!!! Edward Asner as of late has been playing a mean disgruntled man. A few years ago he played on Law and Order SVU--a pedophile who has holding kids captive. Most recently he's played on The Good Wife as a meany trying to buy Alicia's election. To this episode, While Alzheimer's was part of it, I guess you just never get over outliving a child--no matter who was involved or how it happened. It was sad at the end that Roy realized that soon he wouldn't even remember Hayley. At the beginning I was like---is that REALLY Jingle Bells?? Dysfunction doesn't even begin to describe the family depicted here.
I knew beyond a shadow of a doubt Teddy's dealings would blow up in his face. Eric Close (who I do like) always plays a weak character and this was no exception. I may be assuming too much but I'm going to be sorry to see him go off the show. I hate to say it but Gunnar and Scarlett, along with Will (for the love of God, come out of the closet already) are the least interesting on the show. I'm really not invested in them anymore. I hope something turns around to change that. The reviewer failed to mention the bit of a bounding moment between Deacon and Luke. I thought that was great that for the time being they have put their differences aside. I can't wait to the see the scenes with Jade St. John and Juliette next week. I was surprised that there was no mention on The Voice, they started live shows this week, about Christina being on Nashville. Can't wait to see what else she brings to the table. Juliette reverted back, once again, to season one Juliette. I think I have to agree with the reviewer that we may be headed for a post postpartum depression storyline with Juliette and trouble with her relationship with Avery. Jeff is still a snake but I think Layla will kick him to the curb soon.
Just a filler episode in my view. and I think the writers need to do a bit better. Just why was Diane Neal's character in this episode? The story had nothing to do with the Coast Guard--so why was she there? Don't get me wrong--I like her character fine--in the right story--and this wasn't one. Perhaps they are considering adding her as a series regular? ........ And then there's the Chinese spy---I guess we're just supposed to think she was sent back home......... At least we have Steven Weber's character coming back to look forward to before the end of the season.............
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