I wonder if that garotte thing was a way of getting some movie references in so that Tony could wax eloquent about his knowledge. I saw that same garotte type used in "The Counselor" and thought it insane back then - so hearing Tony make reference to the movie was, for me, quite interesting. Maybe one of the future episodes could feature a villain with a briefcase containing something mysterious and shiny - and Tony could reference "Pulp Fiction".
You know - I forgot about that diss....about Tony being assigned bathroom guard duties. I agree with you - that stinks.
Every time they give us a filler episode or - more importantly - paint Tony as the class clown, they're going to lose points. But that's okay - everyone else is free to give their own ratings too, as they've obviously done here. I don't expect perfection, I expect to be entertained, or at least not bored. Perfection is hard to obtain anyway - which is why I so rarely give out five points.
It was a relief to see Penny moving away away from the "always drinking" persona and being responsible for once. And it shows that, unlike her attitude to the Cheesecake Factory, she is taking her job seriously. Can't wait to see how her future at the new job unfolds.
Are you kidding me? Haven't you read what I wrote in the past? I love Bishop. However, the writing was sloppy in this scene.
You know, I was playing a video game once, and I heard his distinctive voice coming from it. Couldn't believe what I was hearing, so had to go look up the voice actors for the game. Sure enough - he was on the list.
Thanks Sue, but I'm plenty sexy even without the turtleneck. Not only did I not bring sexy back - it just never left. It's troubling having to fight off all of these women. (*sigh* *examines fingernails*)
Perhaps because some of us feel that the show and the characters are all strong enough to carry on alone, without the need for crossover assistance?
Thanks for the note. I've corrected the spelling - my only excuse being that I wrote this after 11:00 at night, when most of us ancient people should be abed. (I hasten to note: I've only ever watched Man from U.N.C.L.E. in reruns. Also, I don't own any turtlenecks. No bow-ties in my dresser either.)
Comment modified at October 08, 2014 17:00
One of the prisoners - the guy who got sent to the brig for getting into a bar fight - was a Navy mole.
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