You are, of course, entitled to your opinion. Just so we're clear: your claim is that anyone who praises the show is merely repeating Gary Glasberg's thoughts, and those who don't are unique individuals who think for themselves? That's unfair and untrue to at least a count of one. Certainly, my opinions are based upon my own thoughts. I don't parrot anyone else's opinion.
Fascinating comment. I think I'd be the first to agree with you. One question though: Bishop's behaviour sort of suggests that she has an eidetic memory. Would such a characteristic have made the scene more plausible? (Note: no where in her episodes did anyone say she had that ability: I'm just guessing she does, because it's the only thing that seems to make any sense)
You're right. Thanks for the catch.
Ugh. Sad news. I suppose all good things must come to an end but I frankly was such a big fan of this series (despite the few seasons that were a little "iffy") that it kind of breaks my heart to see it go. Guess maybe the lost boy needs to grow up, right? Make a final go of it with Karen. Become responsible. Find a place with a picket fence and....nah. It'll never happen. He'll flame out.
I think you nailed it, Carla. Least interesting episode ever. Even Penny didn't get much time in there. Boring.
Hair porn. I laughed out loud at that one. Great round table!
Your review covered it all very well. Nothing much for me to add. However I am curious about what that doc said to Shaw, when he told her she knew the DSM well, so she should know exactly what she is. Neither of them say it though, although she talks about her lack of feelings. I'm really curious as to what the term is for her. I don't believe "sociopath" or "psychopath" (which describes someone who lacks empathy) is in the DSM. "Antisocial personality disorder" is in the DSM IV but I'm not certain it's in the DSM III
There are a lot of unanswered questions that I hope the writers focus on now. For example, Bertram truly didn't know who RJ was - so that opens up a Pandora's box of possibilities. RJ's network was vast, and compartmentalized: how is the FBI going to determine who's good and who's rotten to the core? That's a huge job. Then of course, we have to deal with the aftermath: does Jane get away with killing RJ? Notice that he put the gun in RJ's hand afterward: to what end? Are investigators supposed to believe that RJ shot himself and then was later strangled to death? Lots of questions......
So you firmly believe he peed on him? We disagree - as I mentioned in my review. I think Rossi was playing Charles. I think he stuffed him in the locker, maybe for all night or not. Did you see when he told Morgan that he was working him, how Morgan lost some tension?
I LOVE drunk Sheldon. And, you know - it was cool to see him and Bernadette's dad bonding so wonderfully, even if it was a little bit at Howard's expense. All of that talk about clown cars made me laugh out loud. This was a great episode.
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