I liked the episode. I still don't trust Granger, although it looks like he is starting to fit in a little more. As far as Sam, we all like things that are considered a little geeky, even an ex-navy seal. Let try not make everything political. I don't think it was a jab at any military action, but lets face it, not every military move in our history was right, and no one can expect it to be. This is a TV show, not a documentary, if you are entertained, then thats all it should be.
Great episode. The usual dead military guy, but then the kidnapped girl carried the show. This has been a great show, and I see no slowing down. 5 stars.
Cont. As far as the Casey Anthony case, the prosecution were the idiots, and the jury had no choice. I think she did it, but the prosecution in its smug attitude did not prove it. So I think the jury did not watch TV, they went by the letter of the law, which is what you are suppose to do. The O.J. case could have used a less suspicious police detective, and actually the jury could have benefited from watching CSI, although it was not on then.You can't blame TV or Movies for what people do. I watched Road Runner and Wiley Coyote and I have yet to drop a safe on anyone.
Hi Jim, You make some good points about McG being transported to a scene or Kono being a robot. That would not be true to the show, and would probably get a different crowd watching and would not last long. My complaint is that every single episode someone, not just you, but someone points out some probability with reality. Its done on all the shows, but they seem to be pointed out on H50 more then any other show and yet its not any more than another other show. Some of what is pointed out, actually could happen. I can only speak for myself, but I don't just sit there and say its only a TV show so its fine. If I am entertained, why would I care so much that it probably would not happen in real life.
(cont.) As for Doris, I agree with the others that say, we are not suppose to like her. That's the character, she is complex, and a little psycho, she has been on the run for 20 years, how do you think she survived. Let's face it, there is a little of her in Steve, maybe not to the same extreme, but he didn't exactly do the legal thing especially in season 1, that everyone says they long for. But of course if we go back to that, they will complain about the reality again. As for Catherine, I agree, she needs to be at work, or at least explain why she is not there. Otherwise, I love what they have done with her character. I was hoping she would have said no, when Doris asked her to not tell Steve, but I guess then because its a TV show, we would not have the conflict to come with Catherine and Steve down the road. I don't like that Doris is pulling her in to her mess, but I understand why they are doing it.I thought this was a very solid show 4.5.
Oh reality police, what we do without you pointing out the obvious. Imagine a TV show where the main characters always win, they always survive fights, falls, explosions, shootings, stabbings, do things that are not legal, or are not what an intelligence officer would do. Let's see what would you call that, oh yeah, A TV SHOW. Seriously, don't take it so seriously. I've seen Vanessa Marcil in other things, she is a good actress, and I loved her character and McG playing cat and mouse. It was a great twist on what McG is used to, she obviously was getting him frustrated. Also, I believe they have enough to charge her with murder on killing the flight attendant since she was wearing her clothes. I think that is reality.(cont.)
Poor Mary, I was hoping she would keep the job with the airline, its a good excuse to keep her in and out during the season. I like that Mary was more of a Daddy's girl. I hope there is more interaction at some point with Mary, the reunion scene was good, but it can't end there. Loved that we saw so much of Kono and Chin in this one. Kono flying through a window, and kicking butt. McG hanging on the bottom of the vehicle is what we would expect. I'm also glad they showed that his clothes were torn, I'm sure the reality police must have noticed. This episode did not need Catherine, I think that they are bringing her along just right and look forward to other scenes of her and McG. I'm still waiting for Adam though.
Just an additional comment about a comment made that everyone on this site, does not like Catherine. I love Catherine, I think they are bringing her along the way she should be, and that Steve deserves a girlfriend, someone who can be strong and help him out. When Catherine is in the episode a lot people complain, when she is barely there they complain that she has no purpose. I know people have a right to their opinions, but seriously, give the woman a break. The actress is great, the writing for her is great, and the character is exactly what someone like McG needs. Great episode.
correction...Danny found out that he had a baby on the way, not born on that day. Sorry, did not say it right.
@McDanno.....well said, I feel the same. However, I don't think that is going to stop the same people, complaining about the same thing over and over, but I liked that you pointed out what this character has been through. I liked this episode very much. Danny's past is what makes him Danny. I loved the emotions both Scott and Alex have in the scenes they play, very well acted. Thank you Peter Lenkov and the writers for giving reference to 9/11 without exploiting it. We now know what Danny, being a former NJ cop, was doing on that day, and that it was the day he found out about his daughter being born. This character has gone through a lot, and is why he shows so much emotion and worry about the people he cares about. Grace is growing up fast, and both the scenes in the store and at the dance were just adorable, really tugs at the heart strings. Love this show more and more.
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