I for one like everything you said - especially the second last line. It's all any of us really have, ultimately. By the way, try and get your mind around 15.84 million viewers. No matter how much of a drop that represents, that's an amazing number of people tuning in to watch this show. One more thing: I wonder why they got to their season arc so quickly this year. Something tells me there's a plan afoot for the last few episodes. Some major change in the wind perhaps. Guess we'll have to wait and see.
Really Jiesheng? The only factor in those numbers is Bishop? It has nothing to do with the move away from cable TV and onto online programming? The only real thing I take from your comment is that *in your opinion* Bishop doesn't fit in. In my opinion she does, and always has. She's different from Ziva in that she's not a crap-kicker. She's entirely different. I think Emily Wickersham is brilliant and she's a good actor. And I don't think her presence has detracted from the show at all. Again though, just like you, my observations are only opinion and are not based upon empirical evidence.
Agreed. There's not much to like about the man. He even admits to using his condition to get away with stuff you and I could not. The thing is: we've all known people like this in real life. Manipulating bastards who seem to thrive on making others miserable. The bottom line is that there's nothing you can do about them. Nothing - except cut them out of your life. Hotch isn't willing to do that as it would deprive Jack of his grandfather. Man those scenes were all too real for me.
I agree with you on the family stuff. I think maybe that what made the episode so compelling is that so many of us can relate to the idea of that one family member who creates nothing but drama and heartache for us. I agree too - the case of the week was fairly intricate. You pretty much had to pay attention to all the names of the family members in order to make sense of it.
Would you give it up with the floor-sitting nonsense? You're not stupid, you know she doesn't do that anymore. Unless you enjoy acting the troll, of course. If not, here's a novel idea: add something to the conversation besides pointless contempt for other's opinions.
Though I agree with you about Bishop, I'm not a fan of ad hominem attacks. I've convinced a lot of people about a lot of things, but not ever by attacking them personally.
I think Fish's gunshot wound is the first step on her way out of the the whole picture. Guess we'll find out in the next ep for sure. This may be the first time Bruce has deliberately lied to Gordon - a pattern that will be set for life as he keeps his identity a secret from the future commissioner.
Re: Sansa - I don't think it's just you. Remember: last season Sansa went through a transformation, hence the fact she now wears black all the time. She may have an idea or two percolating about Littlefinger. She's not quite the naive waif we're used to seeing.
ToZo huh? I was thinking Zony. (Actually I was trying my best to steer clear of any of it, to be honest. : ) )
Man I really like the way you assessed Tony and Zoe's relationship! We're on the same page - only you expressed it much better than I could have.
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