Thanks for the explanation. I missed that.
What an odd thing to say nine months after the review was posted.
I knew others would probably vehemently disagree with me on this one. The show can generally throw one or maybe two oddities into the mix and still get away with it. This one had a few too many, and I couldn't get behind it. Doesn't mean the series is bad, just (for me) this one. They won't always produce gems, and as someone else where said: maybe there was more of a subtle build-up focus in this show for future developments.
"Newton realized the woman was not the real Mrs. Hudson". Yeah, not buying it. Not when Abby had to compare two pictures, and realize that the only appreciable difference between the two was a misaligned beauty mark. Maybe her voice was different, or her mannerisms, and that's how he spotted her. Who knows? The show didn't tell us.
The NCIS Round Table struggled with some questions that came up from this episode. Maybe you can chime in with your thoughts too. The mystery surrounding Gibbs (and now Tony) just won't go away. http://www.tvfanatic.com/2015/...
Even better. I thought maybe Joe had posted it then deleted it because he wasn't supposed to announce it yet. ; )
Thanks! I looked through Joe's Twitter feed and didn't see it, but I'll take your word for it. There's a reason they showed AJ in this episode - and i know it was to assure viewers she's only gone temporarily.
Thank you very much, @crazy4NCIS. I appreciate your saying so!
Yeah. "You mean do I want to be you?" just didn't resonate. At all. Tony can be an excellent leader without being Gibbs. I like Gibbs but Tony is his own guy. He will be a leader with his own style that has nothing in common with Gibbs. And anyway, mimicking someone else - no matter how great that person happens to be - is not what it means to be a leader. That's what it means to be a sycophant. A follower. Sheep.
The way they handled Leonard and Penny was far more realistic than what I was expecting….and therefore believable. I truly expected them to split up, and then later on come together again in a big elaborate wedding episode. So glad I was wrong on that. I'm also glad Amy hasn't caved yet. That too would be unrealistic. And although Sheldon is as annoying as ever - I don't think he's wrong about Amy's abiding interest in him. The fact that she stood outside the door to listen is, as he surmised, proof of her investment.
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