Interesting turn of events last night for sure.
If they put Seigel's murder on Neal and he goes back to jail...the show would be over(I haven't seen anything saying this show is going to end). I think Neal and Mozzie will find a way to make sure Hagan goes down for that because it is obvious Hagan is the one that did it. Hagan is surely watching Neal and saw those two together.
I think that Neal does want to have a normal life, however, I think he may be growing tired of being under the FBI's thumb.
I think Peter already suspects Neal got that money. That was easy enough. All Neal had to do was go and get it as soon as he found out where it was and then tell Peter the rest.
Only a matter of time before Peter realizes Neal was at the location hours before where Siegel died,
what show are YOU watching?
Are you talking about the one where the couple was just randomly killing people whereever they stopped and then she ended up shot and then died and then he went out in a blaze of gunfire at the end?
I'm waiting on the new section chief to be on again...........Although Straus wasn't featured much, I feel that since JJ and him know one another that this is going to go in a different direction.
This episode was ok. I thought right off the bat that Rossi was going to buy that bar to save it.
I hadn't thought about the shout out to classic horror films but after it being mentioned I do see it. Yes, you just knew from the minute you saw the girl go in the room that she would meet her demise.......MGG has directed other episodes as well..........
The ending of this episode had me in tears.......
Whether or not they are playing up to Jackson having dementia remains to be seen........
I wouldn't be surprised to see Jackson move in with Gibbs.
I really read nothing into Gibbs giving McGee point on the case. I am wondering how Delilah will play into the rest of the season.......
In case you missed it.......there is a new female cast member ... not sure when she will be on..............
You must not have been watching but they did the "Tony and Tim protecting each other" thing in an earlier episode this season.....The one with flash backs to Mike Franks............Tony protected Tim and Gibbs both in that episode.........
I think next week will delve more into why Red is so obsessed with Liz. I still think it's too easy for him to be her father but that is what it is being made to look like. I don't get why Red blew up that house. I sitll don't trust Ressler. I still think there's more to Tom than Liz knows.
Yes there are "good and realistic characters" but what is the end game? Sometimes the road you travel you just can't stay on for the long term.
And Carissa, thanks for the update!
I'm already tired of the one-upmanship going on. It's childish. Last week, was hands down, IMO, the absolute best episode ever of this show. They are attempting to carry on with that momentum this week, BUT, this is going to get old quick if there isn't an end game............I don't want to see the bickering each week about "stealing files and clients" or "we need those files"
There is no "NEW" Will .......Will has always been that way. His buttons got pushed..........
Marilyn was right about Peter. He may have wronged Alicia in the past, but he will do anything to protect his family at any cost. However, Marilyn shouldn't be talking to Alicia or Carey about it, she should be talking to Peter. I'm not surprised at all that he didn't choose Diane for the judgeship.
Diane was left with no other choice than to crawl to Will to get her position back at the firm. And he gladly accepted her back but I do think Will and Diane both underestimate Alicia and Carey.
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