It will be great to see Ed Asner back. He did a great job. I wonder if he helps or helps himself again. That was a big surprise, I did not see coming, when he shot the girl who got Mary involved in the diamond smuggling.
I'm also glad that Peter L cleared up Catherine not being on the team, but helping out the team while still being in the Navy. Maybe those that were upset can relax now. This is why I prefer to see what they do, before going off on something that has not happened yet. I'm really excited for this season, a lot of great stories. It's good to see them back at work.
I love this choice. I did not think of her at all, but I'm thrilled. She is a great actress, can't wait for the season opener.
There are still people out there saying the Shelburne story is going to continue. It's been solved, Shelburne is Doris McGarrett. Since she will have a recurring role, we will find out the story behind her faked death, and why she stayed away. It's TV so anything is possible. I think Alex and Christine will do well together as mother and son. I hope she turns out to be kick ass like her son. Wofat will find out at some point, so there are all sorts of possibilities for her role. Along with the other 3 story lines, I think this coming season will be great.
Great, I love this show. I'm surprised they announced it so soon.
The scene with Michael and Fiona in prison was heartbreaking. They are showing how much Michael truly loves Fi. The acting was great, and will probably be the most memorable scene of the series.
I liked Ayn, but Fiona should not totally trust her. The actress who play Ayn is great. I hope we see more of her.
Pearce and Jesse, absolutely there is something there. I hope they pursue this.
I think Pearce became more like Michael in this episode. But she may rub off on Michael as well. I do think that Pearce is more accepting of Michael's methods, certainly trusts all of them now.
I never thought about Chuck Finley being used too much. You are right though, someone in Miami must remember the name. Although this is one of Sam's things, that I don't think will go away.
Not the greatest episode, but it was still entertaining. It's TV, so people constantly pointing out things that are not plausible is pointless. It's TV not reality. If you are entertained then, whats wrong with that. If I was am not, then I would move on. Reality is off your couch and out the door.
I'm glad they finally ended with Hank and Evan not being partnered anymore. I'm also glad that Boris is back, he does give some good story lines. I liked that Eddie was back. Divya's mom leaving her father might be interesting. I know there are those who want Jill back, I liked her, but I was getting tired of the, is she or isn't she leaving, at least they made up their minds finally. I agree the previous seasons were better, but I'm not giving up on this show yet, I'm still interested.
There are only so many stories to go around. So I guess people need to complain about every other show as well. Gun fights, done; explosions, done; partners splitting up and getting back together, done; do I need to go on? Its been the same since TV started, around sixty years ago, the fashion, the equipment, the actors, and the procedures have changed, but the stories are the same. That includes movies as well. If you don't want something to be shown again, then I'm sorry, but you are just going to be disappointed.
As for the show it was fine, I do like that the Captain is taking an interest in Angela. I prefer Casey, and hope that he sticks around, and Maura does help him get into the new research on spinal cord injuries.
I liked the role reversal. I think they did learn things about each other, and even said that they need each other to be who they are, which is why they do so well as partners.
The case was interesting enough, about half way through you could tell it was going to be the step-sister. How cold hearted can one person be. I was glad they caught the murderer, but it did not make me feel for the victim. Both of them were greedy, and who in their right mind would allow a rope to be placed around their neck with a step sister who was so easily convinced to help her frame someone. No honor among crazy people.
I too, would have liked to see them continue with the 400 arrests, I don't know why they would have dropped it. This show continues to hold my interest.
It broke my heart also when Michael and Fiona met at prison. I agree it was a great performance by Jeffrey, did not need to say a word. Great acting by both.
I thought it was a little too obvious that we did not see Nicole as well. You can't disappear in prison. Maybe since Michael is going to look for the person trying to kill Fi, then she will be back, since whoever is behind this is threatening Nicole's sister. Not a good choice by the writers if they are just going to drop it.
I do like Jesse and Pearce together, and it looks like thats where it might be heading. I think Pearce is all in now, I don't see any residual feelings from before. I do like this character and hope she stays. I too was worried about Nate. I guess we have to wait 2 weeks for the next episode, I hate that.
I don't watch soaps, but thanks for the actress' name, I also recognized her from other shows, but could not place her.
I like that Wes was able to take a step forward to getting back on the horse, so to speak. I was glad that he stuck to his character, and did not get involved with someone who had her own commitments and problems. I disagree with the group, if he wants a one night stand, then he should find someone who is not with someone else. I kind of think, if he is not getting back with his ex, then Dr. Ryan would be a good match if it weren't for her being his therapist. Maybe someone similar. Travis hitting that shot at the end was pretty funny. Looking forward to next weeks role reversal.
sorry, I meant, I'm not ready to throw in the towel, in the previous comment.
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