I watch both of these shows and love them both. Of course I would have loved to see McGarrett in there, but I was glad that they opened with Danny looking through the Champ box, which has been missing for many episodes. I don't remember seeing dice in their before, so maybe a clue for the next 2 episodes.
As for the crossover itself, I love these, even if I did not watch both shows. It was great to see Sam make fun of Danny and to have them have a cargument was great. I can't wait for Danny to meet up with Hetty tonight. I hope that Chin calls Danny's car "Winnie". I love that Kono got to play sniper again, and that she has someone she is hiding from Chin, can't wait for that to develop. Sam felt right at home. Callen was a little brooding in this episode, but he is not that way all the time. He and Sam have their own type of bromance. There are similarities in the 2 teams and their humor is great.
I agree with the reviewer also. This was an OK episode, but certainly not something you would expect for a finale. I did like Kalinda sitting at the door waiting for her husband, but I wish we had a little more back ground in the earlier episodes. Not just spring it on us at the end. I like this program, but have been disappointed in many of the episodes this year. They have been renewed, but if they keep this up, I don't see a season 5.
Well finally, the last 3 episodes start tonight. I'm truly looking forward to the crossover. I will miss Alex not being in it, but I think its going to be a great episode. I hope people keep an open mind, whether they don't like one show or the other, or that Alex is not in it. We know he will be back in the last 2 episodes, so I hope people will watch and enjoy the other actors who are great with their characters. Still have mixed feelings about the season coming to an end, but excited to see what they have in store for us.
I've seen a photo of Alex with a new haircut. I really don't like it, but he is still the best looking guy I've seen. Glad that he will have to go back to his McG haircut once they start filming again in July.
I'm glad that Jackie and Danny did not get romantic, and I hope that they keep it that way. What is it with Hollywood always having to put partners of an opposite sex, romantically involved? That does not happen that often and most people are more mature to not let it happen. Danny is happily married and I hope they always keep it that way. The Sunday dinner was a little tense in this episode. But I agree that Erin can dish it out, but can't take it. I'm glad she did not take the deputy mayor job. I think the mayor did try to appoint her thinking that Frank would cooperate more.
I'm not a fan of Mary and Marshall together. Partners, best friends, yes. I know Marshall has loved Mary, but I don't really see it from Mary. Not the kind of love that has a marriage until death do them part. I think Abigail is better for Marshall, but that does not seem the way they are going to go. I'm glad Brandi makes an appearance in the finale if that is true, she should be. I was glad to see Jinx. I'm not totally sure how they are going to end this. No matter what way they have chosen, I'm saddened by the end of the series. The characters and the actors who portrayed them were excellent.
sorry, suppose to be disgust at the 3 suspects.
This was a great episode. I did not think he was alive, I had suspected that perhaps he killed himself. But I'm glad that they did not go that route, that would have been really depressing. I loved that they all showed their degust at all three of the suspects, and ended up arresting all 3 for other crimes. What kind of a father uses handcuffs on any child. The acting was very good, and the drag queens were all well played. I think Summer with Cho is growing on me, she does bring out another side of him. I agree that Lisbon had changed a lot this season, and I'm not sure why they had done such a dramatic turn for this character. I would not mind if they did it in small doses or gradually, but this has gone too far to the other side. I guess when Jane's love interest appears we will see how Lisbon handles that.
@Jschoi.....you are right. He did say that to Kono, and Delano is listed in the cast for the finale. Which also makes it look like Fryer is one of the ones that gets killed off. He has a grudge against both Fryer and Kono, so to go after Chin and Malia, or Kono and Malia is plausible. In the meantime he also goes after Fryer.
As far as Steve, Shelburne would need to be someone Steve cares about for him not to be there for Chin and Kono, or Joe is in trouble or killed by this new bad guy. Mary is not listed, so it can't be her. A lot of theories going around in my head. It should be fun.
@Jschoi.....that's interesting. It could be that they are at home and someone kidnaps them. I remember something being written like.....someone from Kono's past comes back to haunt her. Maybe they try to lure Kono, or make her suffer. OK, thats a good possibility that you brought up.
It's not the core 4. They are safe. They may make it seem as though one is killed for the finale, but no way are they going to kill the show by getting rid of any of the original 4. This year and last year there were always rumors about Grace Park not wanting to be away from her husband, that they wanted to start a family, etc. Nothing is impossible, but there is a miniscule chance that is going to happen. I was disappointed that Catherine was not in the finale, but she will be there for season 3. I assume that the kidnapping has to do with Chin, Malia, and Kono. As Jschoi said, Chin may have to save Malia because she is a civilian and Kono is the cop. Although the earlier statement was that they would not be there for each other. I can't imagine that Steve and Danny not being there if Kono is kidnapped. There are just so many possibilities. The last 3 episodes should be awesome.
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