I've read other accounts that Catherine and Danny are not all that trusting of Mama McG. It will be interesting to see how she explains a 20 year absence. Whatever it is, its a great storyline. I think its looking more and more like Malia is the one who dies. I was kind of hoping that maybe she would not, but I guess there won't be any miracles for Malia. This does give DDK some great chances to show off his acting talents. Which I'm very happy about. This season is looking great.
I thought this was a great episode. I loved that no one on either side of the religious issue changed anyone's mind. That is reality. As for Joan of Arc, I think these are great hallucinations, and yes, I do think its his own subconscious telling him what he already thinks. Has this been done before? Of course, along with everything else in Hollywood, over and over. This is the first time I've seen an entire show on it though. That's not a reason to not like something because its been done before. If you did that with everything, then what joy would you get in life? I wish people would let that go. I'm still interested in this show, and I think Eric is doing a great job.
I loved this episode. I was glad that David was not the back stabber the writers let us to believe. However, he was a little foolish, but we all talk to our spouses about work stuff. No matter who you are or what position you are in. I'm glad Provenza was the one who pointed that out. I like Sanchez, but he is no angel, and he should be a man and realize that David was played. If Brenda could forgive, then so should Sanchez. I agree that Brenda will always be haunted by not talking to her mother when she had the chance. We all have regrets when someone dies, whether we have done everything we could or not. The last scene was heartbreaking, and again fantasically played by a great actress. I will truly miss this show.
I like this show, and would watch a season 2. It's not the best, but its not the worst either. They do have some good actors on here. I'm hoping that it is re-newed, and that the writers give us a little more. I love the concept of cop partners having to go to therapy. I'm glad we find out why Wes and Travis we were sent to therapy in the finale. Hopefully, we get another season.
I'm glad that someone told Angela. Lydia's not the sharpest tool in the shed, but she was right in telling Angela. I hope that we do find out soon who the father is. I'm sure this is not the end of Lydia. Didn't this actress play the, "I don't know who the father is" character on Friends? Talk about type casting. I think Casey should appear soon also. And Maura's bio mother, has to come back at some point. I'm sure when Maura's sister gets really sick and is facing death, one or the other will contact Maura.
I hope they can continue, I don't think this show has lost anything. It's heading into another direction, but all shows have to, once they have been on so long. NCIS has been on almost twice as long and it does not seem to be slowing down.
I think they have a lot of places they could go. He finished with Anson, but since someone show both Anson and Nate, Anson might not have been the head person who burned Michael afterall. We need to find out who shot Nate and why, so I'm sure thats good for a few episodes. Most people were thinking it was Rebecca, and I went along as well, but I had said that I hope they would not be that obvious. I'm glad the writers did not disappoint. I agree Rebecca will be back. Pearce should have been at the service. I'm glad we see Sam's girlfriend finally, she should make it interesting. I wonder if the spoiled rich kid gets in trouble again.
I think the Van Dyke thing was a little strange, since it was never his personality in the first place to do something like that. I did like the rest of the episode, although I am also wondering about Paige and Evan, I wonder if a break-up is coming on. I hope not, I like them together, but I see the writers going with some conflict. I loved the dog becoming the hard nosed Russian's companion.
I did not see Willie Ray's death coming, until I saw Brenda's father at the kitchen table, without Willie Ray. I thought they were going to go with a sudden death, but that it would be Clay. The make up people have to be given some recognition, great shot, and the actress, not even a twitch while your eyes are open. Very good, acting by Kyra as well. I hated to see Willie Ray go, but I will hate to see this entire show go. I've enjoyed every episode.
My favorite scene was when Michael told his Mom about Nate. How heart breaking. Love Sharon. No not shocked. Someone did let it slip earlier, but it was the appropriate one to go. Michael had a big smile on his face. He was proud of his little brother there for a moment, before Nate got shot. I guess Rebecca is a good choice, since she was not in the show, but I'm hoping its not that obvious, and they lead us to believe its her and its not. I'm glad the storyline is over. Dragging it on would have just irritated eveyone. I do think it was anti-climatic. I would think they would have shown Michael confronting Anson, but then how would Nate have been shot and the next storyline started? I liked the little brother who screws up story, but I don't think with him gone it hurts the show. Anyone else, I think there would be a big void.
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