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I agree with you about NCIS being consistently entertaining. Ever since Cote de Pablo left, it's like the writers got a shot of B12: they've been consistently working at switching things up and trying new ideas. I'm beyond impressed, frankly. It seems like they needed her to do that to engage them and provoke a lot of creativity. As for the grade: this is something we writers at TV Fanatic do for all of our shows.

Wolfshades

Interesting take. If you're right and the viewers see her as a cartoon, I can't possibly see why any of us would respect that character. Maybe a few would, but frankly - her static childishness turns me completely off.

Wolfshades

Oh I see. Well, everyone has a viewpoint on this show, regardless of whether you or I like it. I'm with you on this - I definitely want to move on, given that Cote de Pablo has made her decision a long time ago. Others haven't though - as you can see from the poll results. They have a voice too and should be heard.

Wolfshades

What do you mean? Do what?

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He may not have evolved the way you wanted him to, but he did evolve. Remember when he was the class clown and frat boy? Do you not think he's moved on from that?

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Disagree with you about Nick and Trubel being romantically involved. Ew. However, your rant about the babies? YES!!! I totally agree. No more babies on Grimm.

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Hello Alihan. No, I'm sorry, but I have no idea. The only person who would know is the TV Fanatic editor, Matt Richenthal. If you find one of his posts and click on his name, you can send him a PM. Cheers!

Wolfshades

I feel certain that Sherlock killed Oscar. It looked like he was stomping on his head a number of times before he picked up the heroin gear. It was an interesting ending.

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Sorry but I agree with kch50428 I don't know what it will take to put the Ziva stuff to rest but….she's made her decision, and that's that. Time we left that poor dead horse alone.

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I was curious about that as well. I don't know enough about the weapon, but maybe it uses some sort of guidance system? That's the only thing that made sense, in terms of Pride not making the decision to knock it over.