Didn't he actually look kind of hot in a sylvester kind of way when he yelled "I can't hold this thing up much longer!" as he was holding up the world? lol
But Walter had already bonded with him (and Toby would have to tell me the term, but I suspect some transference of his affection for Ralph went to Owen) and Cabe hadn't at all - which is why he was being more practical. LEO can't blindly rush into (what seemed to be) certain death at every turn. To me it did make sense. Walter has a "trigger" for children around that age in need, he himself having been one, so it makes a lot of sense for me.
I'm confused.Were we watching the same episode??How on earth did you guys give this only a 3.6? This was by far my favorite episode of the entire series, and certainly the most pulse-pounding for me. The emotional growth of all of these characters was on a great trajectory, and the pairings were kind of necessary and true to their characters. They'll gravitate towards one, maybe two characters at a time, they're all introverts. I liked seeing Paige be a little wrong about how to deal with Walter. The female cop (yay for former True Blood people on CBS shows!) had it right - and I loved seeing the sparks fly with them. The case with the child was so suspenseful, my husband and I were holding our breath almost the entire time. I definitely cried with it too. Yes, I was touched at the ending with Happy and glad that they left enough time to delve into that AND a holiday dinner. This was just SO. GOOD. You didn't even mention really anything about the case - why? Also - my husband had a great idea and does not have a 197 IQ (only JUST shy of course, lol). Why didn't anyone propose a snorkel while they work on it? A garden hose sent down would do the trick in a pinch!
I actually thought it bothered Jeff a lot to have to do it - he seemed to be softening a LOT for her. I think he was a dick because anything less would not have been believable and Layla would have latched onto that.
I don't know why, but this episode just seemed to fall really flat to me. Like, kill a bunch of people to create some value... but we don't have to tie them together. Who did I miss btw - the review says 4.5Mrs MottEthelMa Petitetar & feather dad (assuming he's the .5?)who am I missing
Or more specifically, I think staying with Will is the least painful thing for her. It's the show and career that are so painful. Her broken romantic heart inspired music and she had a new appreciation for that.
Right now, in a strange way, they need each other. They've developed a friendship as they have gone through things together. She definitely did not choose to be portrayed a la Jessica Simpson by the reality people. Not much she can do to change that.Will obviously cares about her as a friend. I think they will take care of each other. At least hope so.
Yes but she also knows she'd decimate Will if she left him now just from speculation alone, and she could have outed him but didn't.I used to hate her as a character but I have a lot of empathy for her now. I like their new, mutually-supportive relationship.
I REALLY don't think she would... but I think he would. It becomes more of the awkward "will she believe me" thing where she risks the friendship either way. I think he really does love Rayna - you could see when he teared up at her last speech - but they are both such big personalities, that I don't think they make a "whole is greater than the sum of the parts" thing. I think it's the opposite and they cannibalize on each other's space.
Oh, and my other favorite moment: when Avery said that we're not our parents, you're not ___, and I'm not a judgemental, unforgiving jerk and as soon as he said it he realized he was. She didn't have to say a word. LOVED LOVED LOVED that moment.
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