@Terrie: it looks as though the next new episode will happen on January 16 with "Zugzwang". (Might be wrong - they've moved the schedule around at least once this season.) Good catch!
Yeah - I agree. That was pretty cool.
I always hoped Isaiah Mustafa would end up with a decent gig after his Old Spice commercials and now he's done it - he's landed in the Nikitaverse as Cyrus. So cool. Although Nikita brought Alex through her addiction stuff before, I predict the writers will use this problem as a way to bring her and Sean back together.
It didn't occur to me for a minute that any of the Reagans wouldn't have done the same as Jamie did. You're right in referring to them as "cowboys". Every last one of them. I also believe Frank would absolutely have given Jamie a week in stead of three days - they're all sticklers for the book, despite the fact that they ignore it when the need is great. Danny's partner shooting the suspect has solidified that partnership like nothing else. Even Linda picked up on the attraction danger too. I can see the writers using this dynamic as a subplot sometime.
@herr_sebbe>>I also have to add, I don't think it's very professional for a critic to base >>the rating of an entire episode on ONE aspect. Heh. I agree with you, trust me. If I had, it would have gotten one star.
@Brighton jack: your note about Reid not bothering to call her back once he realized the guy wasn't her stalker was what provoked my question about his paranoia being convenient. Deep inside, his anxiety may have overwhelmed him, despite all of Blake's encouragement.
@Suncatcher: I felt I was generous even with the rating I gave. That torture scene made the show almost unwatchable. It was brutal and unnecessary and I had a hard time thinking about anything else for the rest of the episode.
Glad you enjoyed reading it. I have to say: MGG was easy to talk with. It was a really enjoyable interview.
It comes out early in Canada but not in the U.S. I've just published the review now: you should take a look! : )
Carrie went after him after bring specifically told NOT to. She does that a lot doesn't she? Instant rebellion is kind of her thing. The part I really liked was the conversation between Brody and the VP just before the heart attack. Brody kept looking at him curiously, wondering when he would start dying. It's the little things....
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