@MCAL: thanks for the heads up. Fixed, now.
I agree with you Chris - this was by far the best episode of the season, thus far. And I agree too that this was Lilly's moment to shine. Alyson Hannigan pretty much rocked that scene. The chemistry between the two was amazing and sweet.
If you do decide to go out on Halloween as Royal Archduke, remember the age-old truism: pics or it didn't happen. ;)
Christine I think you're right: watching Jack go down the rabbit hole completely stole thunder from the rest of the show. This show is getting downright *interesting*. (Not that it wasn't before, obviously but....wow!)
It really looks as though we're coming back to the first season tried-and-true formula doesn't it? With Hank vowing to write exactly what he wants (and not cater to Hollywood expectations), and with that amusing "unresolved" tension with Karen...I'm really hoping to see an uptick in the show's quality. So relieved that Runkle's farce has come to an end too. The agent is willing to compromise on his principles but at least there's a line he won't cross. Not that there's anything wrong with that, of course. ;)
@Mikey: LOL!! I think 127.0.0.1 would have been hilarious.
Hey everyone. Our NCIS Round Table for this episode is up. Check it out: http://www.tvfanatic.com/2013/02/ncis-round-table-canary/
Michael - if you'll recall, local police had pretty much determined that the guy had killed his wife and had presumed she wasn't missing but dead, but they couldn't prove it. When the exact same set of circumstances arose around his missing daughters, it was at that point their radar went up and they felt they might be dealing with multiple murders. I think it was at that point they decided to call in the BAU.
Your question points to the fact that they really didn't do a good job of explaining that though.
Great review! And I had to laugh out loud at the sign on the stage behind Robin that read "Consider Questioning Authority Please". Too perfect!
@dcbentley: Yes actually I've watched old MI re-runs. Just never expected them to use that device here. Pleasant surprise.
@Robin Roderick: I agree - it was kind of cool that the show didn't start off with a dead body. The writing on this show is top notch.
Michael: absolutely it was McAbby.
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