Will, you might be reading too much into it. He wasn't portrayed as deliberately setting out to kill his daughter. The father in the story accidentally applied too much force to grabbing his daughter. I can imagine he would be charged with manslaughter. Maybe involuntary manslaughter. P.S. I kind of figured he was the killer as soon as we first met him wearing that cross around his neck. (She was found holding a rosary)
I rarely give out full marks for any show, but there are a few of them that certainly rate a 10. One is Breaking Bad. Justified is another.
Loved the scene with Raylan and Winona blasting the snot out the "elf". : ) She sure was accurate and focused with that gun wasn't she?
(...continued...) If Sheldon gets tenure, he'll be even more hard to live with/be friends with than he is already. I doubt Leonard would change that much if he got it - but it would bring envious friction to the group. Therefore I think he should get it.
The scene that got me truly laughing out loud was Sheldon's handshake. And everything was going so well with her, what with his apology and all. Fortunately, she's looking at their academic achievements, and not their horrific kissing-up moments. If Raj gets tenure, he'll be insufferable. We've seen this before when he got the cover of the magazine (...more...)
I think it was a day or two ago when he wrote that he was going to slow down on his movie reviews and farm some of them out so that he could concentrate on just reviewing the movies he truly enjoyed. The man had plans, even with the news of his cancer coming back. So this was relatively sudden.
His was a bright light - as so many of his blogs attest. When he wasn't talking about movies he was talking about almost everything else, with wisdom and curiosity. He'll be missed.
@sonde: I agree. I kind of knew instinctively when he asked Hotch to excuse him while he "hit the head" that he was going to go throw up. His revulsion of the man came through so clearly. How he managed to maintain any sense of calm while the guy was trying to work him, manipulate him, was amazing - and it proved to me how great an actor the guy is. Actually - both of them in this case.
@Michael: it doesn't seem clear where he was, exactly. But I'm certain it's the same place he was at in the opening scene. The last scene was him finishing the restoration that he was working on at the beginning.
@Aimee: THANK YOU! I recall humming along with the song while watching it - and never clued into its title and its complete relevance to Bo.
Loved this episode. There were enough loose ends left to make us want to tune in for the next season. I think Tamsin was on a bender out of guilt. Remember she tried to tell Dyson something - I think she was going to tell him about the hairs she took and about how Bo's about to be attacked by the Dark Fae. Only she never got the chance to finish her comment. Wish I could recall the song from the carousel. I think it might be important too.
I just about killed myself laughing at the goldfish horror show. Loved the episode.
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