The Glades on A&E (damn them) had the worst non-ending last show. I will never forgive that network for screwing up something good so badly.
The main character is shot in his home on his wedding day, no closure and the network cancels the show the next day. A&E is completely mis-named. It should be the garbage reality network.
The best season finale for any show on TV ever, period. While I didn't cry for joy I did text some friends about breaking out the champagne. Reese and Charlie were hilarious and Jane Fonda is spot on for her part. My only regret is there are so few shows during its short run in the summer. Come on HBO, can't we have at least five or six more episodes a year?
Thank you to USA network for a fine seven seasons and a fitting finale. Maddie turned out to be such a hero and I can understand her decision, having lost one son and mortally afraid of losing her second. Michael's love for his mother has always humanized his character, no more so than in the final episode.
As for where Michael and Fiona are in hiding, highly unlikely it's in Ireland, at least for now. Did anyone notice all that snow? Ireland has a moderate climate and snow is rare, except for in the mountains and occasionally a few inland counties. Not on the coast, however. Been there, not seen that.
Thanks to everyone who made 'Burn Notice' must see TV these past years. I look forward to seeing all the actors showing up on other shows in the near future, even if only as guest stars.
Here's hoping USA will take up the brutal ending then cancellation of 'The Glades' that was on one particularly contemptible TV network and carry on with that great series. USA has a much better reputation for solid episodic TV while the unnamed horrible network can't do much more than lame so-called reality shows.
Hate Helen, kill her off immediately and let us see her in the morgue to make sure she is dead this time. Hate Calder, let us watch him die slowly and painfully. Annie and Auggie's breakup was painful and didn't feel true. As you said, forced and shallow. Hope this show gets to a better place, including Arthur and Joan, because it's always been one of my favorites. I'm very unhappy with it now.
As always, a most worthwhile show. I never like to see dogs being used as an evil weapon as the Rottweiler was, but as his owner was evil that was inevitable. Should have put the dog down too. The nanny was far more evil than in a hurry, she hated those kids, ignored them, physically abused them and didn't anyone notice the steam coming from the bath water? Way too hot, another form of torture. Which the unsub also used to torture.
I would love to have Beth (or another interesting, kind, funny woman who can make Hotch smile) back on the show. Often mentioned there should be more of Will and now Henry, missed Jack lately, too. The horrors of the show need to be a bit more balanced with the personal relationships. Those are what keep everyone sane after dealing with often ghastly nature of their job.
I agree with Sue totally until she mentions Hannibal. I don't want Criminal Minds replaced, just keep renewing it. The cast are all excellent in their parts and the writers keep coming up with great stories. But those writers also help create the varied and interesting team that is Criminal Minds. The personal relationships keep us coming back. While I love Reid and could watch Matthew Gray Gubler for days acting in anything, I think J.J.'s husband Will is also underused.
Loved the show and everyone in it. It's got everything going for it: murder, mystery, cops, romance, bromance and great family relationships (the Castles, anyway). To those who don't like the characters... then don't watch. We don't need your negativism.
Very good, suspenseful episode with plenty of twists and turn. Never enough of Dr. Reid but I'm getting used to being disappointed by the writers in that area. Hate waiting for May for a new one but know it will be worth it.
One of the most rewarding, satisfying dramas on TV. This episode is a standout. Rates a 6 out of 5 stars. Members of my family have had to learn to deal with and overcome the effects of molestation, though not me personally. I do know it's an on-going process that ever only ends at death. By that I mean it's a life-long process. I am so happy that Buford got what he had deserved for 40 years... in real life I would say "hope it hurt like hell".
Buford's conversation to Islam was a sham and I hope no Muslims were offended by it. That perv's only god was himself. On the other hand, Morgan's most courageous moment of this entire series was standing in front of those cameras and admitting what had happened to him as a child.
May I just mention once again that more of Dr. Reid would greatly be appreciated. The one show this season that actually featured him was so heart-breaking we (the royal we, of course) would love to see more episodes in which he plays as important a part as Morgan did in this week's show.
Love Finn. Maybe it's a regional thing, but his Southern sayings and attitudes are funny and heart-warming. Then when Hodgins went to so much work to duplicate the sauce we saw what a really good human he is, not the rubber-band snapping paranoid from the first season.
While we expect Brennan to be Brennan, the "perfect child" routine went a bit overboard. And while I disagree with most of Alex Indigo's opinions, I agree the writers like Booth too much. He is one of the most irritating characters on the show. At least Brennan has the brains to back it up, he's a know-it-all blowhard. Thank goodness she hasn't married him. And like Alex, I'm really looking forward to next week's episode.
BTW, do you think Hodkins and Finn might recoup some of Hodkins' lost fortune with the hot sauce?
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