Methinks better call Saul will die a premature death. Saul doesn't have the firepower to keep a show afloat; but that's just my take on things.
Hey @Matt Richenthal how come all of these polls have to have the radio buttons that only allow one choice?
I wish more polls had the check (all that apply) boxes because for some polls, that option will give a more accurate reading than the poll you put in place.
For me, I find that I am equally excited about The Flash and NCIS New Orleans.
Yeah, we know you meant Reese and Finch staring at Shaw in the white dress...
I thought that maybe they introduced her to do just that.
Never tell anyone in Prison when your release date is. If someone's out to get you they'll that's when the train wreck will come.
Looks like Ava is in a pickle now. That's going to be tough to wiggle out from under.
When Boyd finds out that mealy mouthed guard's future is as bright as mud.
Didn't like that Skye got shot. I liker her character too much for her to get shot up.
She was brave going in there alone with such little training.
I agree @Amy Lynn breaks are bad. Remember the writers strike long ago. That big break is what I think caused Hero's to loose it's momentum - not to mention that they story got a little off kilter with the Shogun stuff.
I was 'mad' at Erin's character on this show; what she said about the abduction at the end.
Because of sloppy work done by the police and the DA's office, that boy suffered more than 2 1/2 years in Jail. The mother was separated from her boy for that length of time.
It's not like the mother didn't try, she tried many times to get the DA's office to really look into that case, but they turned a blind eye.
Erin and all of those goons (DA's, Police, Forensics, etc.) in real life need to step back and get off their high horses about being so god dang almighty in their flawed view of being perfect or the typical we-can-do-no-wrong attitude.
In real life, most of the time, when our law enforcement makes a mistake they don't even apologize. They can come in with a warrant and trash your house and when they realize that have the wrong address they just leave.
I would have said "What would YOU have done if that had been your child in Jail? How desperate would you be after more than two years of writing letters and and coming down here in person where NO ONE WAS LISTENING OR BELIEVING YOU?
That few minutes of fear and discomfort you felt was my last hope of getting someone's attention! And it was only a fraction of the misery my son and I went through at your departments expense. Consider what you went through as being a teeny tiny taste of what we went through!"
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I too watch Chicago PD and I like the show, but to compare it with Blue Bloods is like comparing Apples to Swiss Cheese (both of which I love by the way) because the show's format / story line is completely different.
Chicago PD centers around that special unit, comprised of Police Officers that are detectives. Blue Bloods centers around The Commissioner and his staff, Danny a detective (who would normally NOT be working with Jamie), Erin and her DA world, the family (wives and kids) and Jamie the beat cop that has his own slice of the pie within the framework of the story.
I think that the show does an excellent job of balancing all of those elements together.
And why @Agnes Larouche, is being 'more' Catholic important? The fact that the Reagen's are Catholic is a thematic element of the Reagen family nothing more.
You don't have to be Catholic to have family values.
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