Prince Oberyn died because he was showboating. He could kill the mountain without difficulty. But no! He must show the viewers that he is even a bigger jerk than the mountain himself.
It didn't make any sense that Campbell let Cullen have 15 minutes to reason with Elam, he doesn't like cullen so why would he agree to that. And the crying part at the end was ridiculous tv over acting. Elam had been gone for like a year, Cullen would've had plenty of time to face the fact Elam was dead. That moaning felt totally fake and "actory". It would've been more effective to silently pan out with Cullen sitting over the grave.
I love the diverse cast. I hope the ratings are kind
Sorry, but I completely disagree. While moments were indeed funny here and there, especially the scenes with Nick and Scmidt, it's simply not possible to basically make it so that a whole season practically didn't happen. This isn't Dallas where fans are so invested and loyal for YEARS that they'll forgive you for an entire season that was a made a dream. N&J were the main reason for why the show had such high ratings. Having them date other people and wave away what was supposed to be their love so nonchalantly is out of character and just bad writing. I don't care what the critics say, the major drop in ratings will prove the fans right.
Definitely understand where you are coming from and would have to agree with you on the fact that the writers are basically ignoring that the relationship happened. I really think as the season progresses, we may get some true resolution to the relationship between Nick and Jess instead of them waving it off as though it didn't happen.
Carissa, this show was a complete turkey! Are you affiliated with CBS/Viacom or the show in any way? No way this is three stars.
I hung in but have ultimately decided that I wish I hadn't bothered watching. It was too slow, I didn't like most of the characters including Molly and basically think the whole thing was a hot mess.
Prince Oberyn was cool, but he practically kill himself. Showboating in a figth against the mountain is suicide. And he could kill him easily.
I don't know guys, but I am almost at the point that I am going to need to see a therapy, just because of this show. I am camping on one of the best salmon rivers in Michigan, and I just walked a mile just to get signal, to comment on the new clip. I did think we are seeing a part of Grace with her theripst, that we hadn't seen before now. While the muddy shoes metaphor was a little uneasy, I don't see it as a statement that she's more connected to Simon, other than the escape issue. I feel she's still wants to save her marriage, and truly loves Neil. My fear is the possibility of cliffhanger. She takes the advice of the theripst, confront Neil, then she or both of them, board plane for Milan. However we see Simon, either on the same flight or at ticket counter, booking flight to Milan. Episode over. I probably won't be able to post again, until after finally, so I will be locating a hot zone, around midnight tomorrow, just to see Carissa review and all of your great comments. Still on team Neil and Grace. Thanks guys.
Mmmmm. Salmon! Do you catch and cook it right on the river? Eat it raw? ;-) I love salmon and now I know my competition. I have to work extra hard tomorrow night. ;-)
Carissa, you never eat salmon raw. Too much chance of parasites. Sushi salmon, though never cooked, is frozen first for a period of several days to kill the parasites.
Oh and one more rant to add to my rants below. The therapist says "how was that conversation" and she says "There was no conversation" like why. He point blank asked you if you had anything to tell him and you said "NO" I think Neil tells Grace we're done and she starts feeling the pain that he is feeling.
Definitely The Breakfast Club meets ER.
I loved all the seasons. 9 had me on edge on season but I do love them all so I cant pic my favorites cause it changes and I love them so much
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