Latest ratings: Castle 10.6 million H50 7.7 and Revolution 5.8 The bad news for H50 - it was the lowest rated show on Monday among the 18-49 age group.
I liked this episode for the most part. Welldone with the faux Oprah-like show. Learned a few new things. Charlie Fong's real name is Che Fong a tribute to the original. Jack Lord was always mentioning "Che in the lab". Also the blue-lit room is deep in the bowels of the Aliiolani Kale where you need to enter a code to get in.Hope the Honolulu ACLU doesn't find out. Only problem was the case of the week. Really-a map of a secret stash on a tattoo. Why not just hide somewhere GPS coordinates.
Sorry about the typo. The movie is of course "Die Another Day"
Latest ratings: Castle 10.4 million, NBC preempted Revolution for a news special 8.9 million and H50 last with 7.7. Next week will be a repeat episode 3.08 (the one Mom shows her expertise with jumper cables ) then 4 straight weeks of new shows with the season finale 5/20/13. Since CBS has renewed H50 for next season I am curious as how many story arcs will be resolved and how many will be carried over to fall. Guest star Rick Yune seems to be making a career of being North Korean bad guys. He was the baddie in the new movie "Olympus Has Fallen" and also in the James Bond movie "Die Another Die" (along with H50's Will Yun Lee - Sangmin)
One of the things you have to accept is that TV shows exist in their own "alternative universes" where the rules of physics, law, medicine, logic, space and time are different from the real world. So a lot of what happened in the episode probably makes sense in the H50 universe. However one thing that I can not accept is that the Koreans returned the body in a cheap pine box. Apparently they were going to transport the body back in this box before Steve looked inside. Proper protocol for transporting our fallen heroes would have to place the body in a proper casket and cover it with a American flag. The fact that a body dumped in a shallow grave for three years and exposed to the elements,wildlife, and insects and microrganisms in the soil would have been reduced to skeletonal pieces is one of those rules that are different. Otherwise an enjoyable episode
It's funny sometimes it the little things you remember from a show. In this case-pizza. The show is set in Chicago but filmed in New York. Chicago is the home of deep dish pizza. Cary and Robyn are eating a thin cheese pizza. Typical in NY but sacrilege in Chicago. Otherwise enjoyed the episode.
After the NCIS:LA pilot aired major changes were made. Lara Macy was replaced by Hetty. They moved from a warehouse to a mission style building. They got rid of Nate and Dominic. They got rid of that annoying big screen display with people waving their hands and arms moving images around. Hopefully they'll do the same with NCIS:Red. A few suggestions get rid of the guy who looks like Danny Bonaduce. Get rid of Laverne and Shirley (the two vans)There are a number of federal and military agencies which have "go" teams that deploy with no or little notice without needing these elaborate rigs.
From 9-10PM both The Voice and Dancing With The Stars each had 14.3 million viewers compared to 8.6 for 2 Broke Girls/Mike and Molly. Hard to follow that kind of poor leadin. Notice that 7.0 million viewers left NBC after The Voice ended. Not good news for Revolution.
Ratings are in. Castle 10.7 million, H50 8.2 and Revolution 7.3.
When Steve and Danno arrive at the marina, you can see in the background HPD interviewing the boyfriend and the wife on their boat while the husband is on the dock in cuffs talking to HPD. So I guess this is an HPD case.
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