Good season finale, it will mark a turning point in jax.
I do not know why everyone is so surprised with the death of tara
is something that was expected since she decided to stay with jax, at the end of season 4
As for gemma, after this I only see three possible endings for her character
1) commits suicide
3) ends up in jail for the murder of tara
2) left alive but totally alone, banished from SAMCRO without nero and unser. I think this would be his worst punishment
great performance of charlie hunnam , really goood at the end very heartbreaking :(
I actually wholeheartedly enjoyed this episode. Some of it was a little over the top, but I haven't laughed that hard during an NCIS episode in a good while, so that was a nice break.
As for Bishop: I like her. I like her personality, her slightly socially awkward behaviour and her strokes of genius. My only issue is that at the moment, she overshadows everyone else- that scene in autopsy really was a bit much. However, I'm well aware that these three episodes were shot with the intent to showcase Bishop's character, so I would hope that things will calm down a little in the future. Tony and McGee need to at least be shown to be equal to her, not as colourless and average as they appeared in this episode. And Bishop needs a few more character flaws attributed to her. Other than that... I'd like it if she became a permanent part of the team, even though I miss Ziva as much as the next person.
So. Damn. Excited.
With LA and that Red team the writers were trying to force on us, they had a back door pilot to test the waters. Are they not doing that with the New Orleans show? This is not CSI CBS! Stop trying to springboard the successful formula because you'll make it stale and ruin the original. L.A has a special formula, but it took them a while to get solid consistent ratings.
Cote De Pable chose to quit and leave her co-workers to pick up the pieces. And they are trying so hard. I hope she's happy.
This is a tired argument. Professional writers are taught to deal with the unexpected. Actors leave shows and sometimes they die. The job of
the writers is to deal with what
is given to them. You can
perhaps blame Cote for the
awkwardness of the first two
episodes but the writers have
had time to recover by now so
to blame Cote for the uneveness
now is ridiculous.
There 's been nothing wrong with the writing, post Ziva. They've explored the feelings of the characters a little more because of the shocking change in their lives, both professional and personal. I think that insight was good. The cases have been thoughtfully written. I've had no issues with season 11 so far.
I didn't say there was a problem with the writing per se. I'm talking about people who constantly say that the problem with the show is due to Cote leaving so suddenly. I was merely stating that the writers and cast have had 4 months to deal with it so that argument is no longer valid.
I can't wait for this episode. I like seeing April when she is in her bitchey mood and hoping she actually marries Matthew. Way more suitable for her than arrogant Avery.
I know that Meredith and Cristina are classy and professional women but it would be nice to see a little catfight.
Cara's cheating with Stephen was the worst plot introduced into this series. I was enjoying the storylines until that episode and have not been able to watch the show after that. It was a real put-off for me..... anything than that PLEASE!
I had to take a moment after watching this episode... The minute I realized that Tara was not coming back ( Yes I thought she wasn't dead, up until Roosevelt asked Gemma what the she had done), I cried. When Jax walked into the room, I started crying again. WHY did they have to kill Tara ! The children, she was finally going to save them ! Now they have nobody ! This doesn't make sense ! And then Juice kills Roosevelt AND gets rid of the evidence ( I don't understand why he is still alive though. I definitely thought he was going to die ) ! So what now, Gemma is going to go free and Jax is going to take the blame ! He finally made peace with Tara, the love of his life ! That is just plain wrong ! Unser gotta go ! Why did he have to talk ! Patterson giving advice to Jax was very interesting. Same goes for Nero and Karma. Jax got to be a husband, a father and a man. Just to have it all taken away from him.
Nero breaking up with Gemma wasn't such a bad idea. But I wanted him to get out. Though it looks like he chose his side... Also, again, Jax managed to get the gun business sorted, and wait for it, the Mayans showed up and screwed EVERYTHING ! WTF !!!
Honestly, at this point it makes sense that season 7 is the last. Jax will be destroyed, there is no coming back from that. I wonder where the season's premiere is going to pick up...
I think when you judge what Blair did with what happened in Dan de Fleurette, among other episodes, you might rethink her as a complete monster. Of course it's a terrible travesty to break a trust and use someone as a pawn, and although episode 4 had an "all's well that ends well;" speaking as one who has observed Blair's character as someone who holds grudges, it made perfect sense to me that even from the beginning, you can see the 'wears and tears' happening in their relationship. For example in episode 1, when she told Chuck she no longer wanted to play their 'scorned lover' game, and he went about flirting with another woman, after observing her insecurities over it, it showed a small tear in the fabric. Then in episode 3, when she spoke to Serena about how 'she killed Chuck's speakeasy plan,' a secret he happened to reveal to Serena before Blair, his other half, is another small tear. Couple that with the issue of her feeling that he put his needs before hers, in the same episode, presents a bit of wear on the relationship. You'll also notice that there's a lack of teamwork to accomplish either of their goals, which shows an active decision of not wanting each other involved in their issues, and too much pride in any relationship can hurt it a bit. Also, in episode 4, it shouldn't have escaped anyone's attention of how Chuck was 'sniffing behind Jenny,' an unaccomplished goal/conquest that still fascinates, coupled with his ease in wanting to embarrass his girlfriend by showing up at an event with another woman, or in this case, a high schooler, didn't show much promise in Chuck's character, and a definite wear and tear in Chuck and Blair's relationship. Blair's desperation, relationship past precedence with Chuck, and the already mutual damage they've caused, even prior to their coming together as a couple, it came as no surprise to me that she so easily used him, not even taking the time of considering his hurt, because this is the same deliverance he has given in his contrivances against her, whether they were under the guise of making her feel more confident, snapping her back into reality or wanting to keep her close to him, they hurt all the same. Speaking as a woman, we generally tend to be more passive aggressive and smolder a bit, so don't be surprised that when a woman strikes, it'll cut deep. The only issue is that when your heart is full into it, as Blair's is, you tend to hurt yourself in the process as well. So it'll be no surprise that makeup will have to be a bit more amazing than just grabbing knee pads to get it done. Once their trust is gone, it's only a matter of time before they're relationship will be too, and with them both feeling so passionate and possessive of one another, the aftermath will only be volatile, with each creating more hurt for the other.
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