I enjoyed the episode.
Do you think it's the end for Hetty's hearing in Washington? It was an action packed episode and I really liked it.
Ncis la is on fire this season, I was a bit upset when they moved it for ncis New Orleans, but I love that now too, so I believe that CBS should un shelve ncis red and put it after ncis la, this would be a perfect 2 nights for my opinion, but anyway, loving the season so far, and it's only episode 4
I'm not sure that's feasible for two reasons:1. NCIS: LA airs at 10:00 in most markets, followed by local news. They could air "Red" before LA (ie, at 9:00), which means moving "Scorpion", a show that seems to be doing OK right where it is for now. 2. "Red" stank up the joint.
I like Doctor Who but I haven't seen the new guy yet but the pictures say he's doesn't have the looks to play the character.
Never judge a book by its cover.-Never make a decision or form an opinion on something you have never seen/have no experience of.-He is older than the actors who've played the Doctors in the 21st Century. But since the Doctor is meant to be 2000 years old or more, this might be a good thing...-2000-year-old Time Lords probably shouldn't feel like they have a whole lot in common with humans who haven't reached 40 yet.-Take a look at a Peter Capaldi episode. He hasn't had a poor episode yet. He is very "vintage" Doctor Who; if you think that the Doctor of the 21st century is all there is to being the Doctor you might not understand this Doctor at first, but he is a TERRIFIC Doctor so far.-Give the Doctor a try - you might be pleasantly surprised!
all the doctors before this one were quirky and had a special attitude that made them unique and there have been older doctors in the life of this series.
This one is also "quirky" and has a special attitude that makes him unique and I am very well aware of all the actors who have ever played the Doctor and you will notice that I limited my answer regarding his age to the actors playing the Doctor in the 21st century.-And you still have not watched this Doctor and your first comment says that you think he does not "look" like the Doctor. -I've no idea what you think the Doctor has to look like, but this one "looks" just fine. Watch him before you decide that you don't like his "looks".
I just don't think he should look like some rich man from the upper crust of society, I want to watch an everyday man of modest means.
Good Grief!!-He looks no more like some rich man from the upper crust of society than William Hartnell did (though I will admit he probably looks wealthier than Tome Baker's Doctor did).-He looks, acts, and feels like the Doctor. He is a Time Lord - Like Hartnell and Troughton played the Time Lord. It is as if he has remembered his roots, following his realization, after _Day of the Doctor_, that he did not destroy his planet. -He has moments that remind me of ALL the previous Time Lords. -I can't for the life of me imagine why you think he looks rich or upper crust - maybe because his clothes are black and shiny?
Maybe you should just watch before weighing in. I'm not sure what you're seeing in mere photos, but you don't seem to have a good idea of what to expect.
This was the first episode I watched, I was hearing negative reviews so I thought I would wait to let the show find its feet but I have to say both the casting and the tone of this show were disappointing. In my head, as I was watching lame after lame joke being delivered and payoffs you could see a mile away ("oh, and by the way, we have mice in the apartment") I was thinking they were trying for a "so bad it's good" tone. Kind of like Comedy Bang Bang. But if that is the case you needed a different cast and much cleverer writing. To be honest the best cast member this week was the writer in the glasses who got fired (Dan Mintz). That is the kind of character that can make the over the top premise work because he himself is a such a defined character. Everyone loves Nasim but frankly she didn't commit enough to her character to make the over the top comedy work. Again - I am assuming that is where they were going when I see a musical number inserted into the episode for no good reason. And Seaton just leaves me cold. Only Elliot Gould and Martin Short come out unscathed because, frankly, they could make anything work, and their characters hit the right level of absurdness and they commit to the absurdness. To be honest...if I was to rework the show we would spend most of the time at the game show with Martin and Mulaney and Mulaney would live alone. Like most people watching the show, I love Mulaney's stand up comedy and he seems like a person you could love in real life. His moments on the show were good and he is very watchable. But in the end the casting of his roommates and the tone of this show (and writing) will be its downfall. And yes, like most people I am hoping this isn't the case, because the world needs more Mulaney in their life.
Well, for those who don'tlike Gotham, you can always tune into "SHIELD." LOL... This is a goodcomic book story transformed into "grittiness." It's T.V., notreality so no one should be "offended" by this "uber" fictitiouscharacters. Try to take into account Batman's genius, so his "youngerself" really isn't that too far-fetched. You don't become geniusovernight. The kid is driven to understand the city around him and now Alfredis on board too.It's a cool show, fun to watch and the violence is enjoyableand done with good, "not in your face" taste. BTW: for selfish reasons, I cansure use a few more of Jada's bedroom scenes. Less Bruce and more Fish. Now where did I put thatgirl's number? :-))
Except for Hoby (Habby?), I didn't like this ep. Like the reviewer said, the techie stuff just went over my head and I simp,y had to take it for granted that the cast knew what they were talking about--it just wasn't tangible for non-geniuses. However, the big detractor was Walter taking the word of some psycho he had committed over his team--I was STOKED when Happy gave him the ultimatum. "Trust me, trust me, trust me..., all the while playing right into the psycho's hands--for such a genius, it sure took him a while to figure it out.
I have been watching Revenge since the first season. I think season four is the last season. Practically all of Emily's secrets have been revealed. She might as well take a billboard out saying" I am the real Amanda Clark". Her father 's emergence in real time and I am not sure it is the best idea on the writers part. My personal opinion on this leaves Emily more vulnerable than ever before. It might make her more vicious but also it could make her more prone to make rash decisions. Not to mention that we have no idea of w hat David Clark state of mind is? Although he has his own agenda we have no idea how it s going to play out. We also have no idea if Emily will be safe when its all said and done. I do not believe that Emily is going to go off into the sunset with her father. The best case scenario is that Emily could go off with Jack and the baby and the worst case scenario is Emily could be dead when its all said and done. Victoria expects to beat Emily and be the queen of the Hamptons once again. I don't ever believe Victoria will regain queen of the Hampton status back. I think her children are being underestimated and over look particularly Charlotte. Charlotte is in line to surprise everyone. When its all over she may be the new queen of the Hamptons Daniel is playing Margeaux to get control of her company. As for the new cop I believe its a possibility he is FBI instead of an old beat cop. I think he asked to be partners with Jack to get close to Emily. In conclusion I think and my partner agrees that at the end of season four enough ground work will be laid for the possibility of a fifth season. One thing I will say is that Victoria needs to be taken down by the end of the series and if not I will throw something at my tv. Season four will be a very interesting season leading up to seas on five. You will hear from me again Thank You...
Mature topics, but boring
I could literally listen to JS read the phone book so for me just watching him through the hour & the different places he takes Red is worth it. I really could care less what is behind the door. I get that they are on very different sides but Red's affection for her for whatever reason just works for me and there are time if I never know why then so be it. I just do not care to focus so much on needing to know that it winds up ruining the tale for me. However Liz's annoyance with it is beginning to grate on me far more than not knowing/but that is jmo
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