In regards to Dylan. I believe that, if the series was renewed, he may have played another sexual challenge for Grace, maybe while her and Neil were separated. However, at this point, I think he was just someone that made Grace feel not only younger and sexy, but possibly someone that was attracted to her with out money being exchanged. But more importantly, he made her question, her all the decisions she's made since college, and her marriage. He not only boosted her egotistical side but he opened up her articistic side. Something that Neil hasn't done until just recently. This is why I feel so bad for Neil at this time, because he seems to be fighting all by himself, to try and save his marriage, while Grace, has Simon, Adriana, and even Dylan to some extent, playing her against Neil. Sadly, she hasn't appeared up to this point, to truly see what's going on and admitt to her mistakes and take ownership of her life. That all begins with her talking to Neil. More Grace observations to follow.
If the series is renewed maybe Dylan becomes a factor. Next week Grace talks to her sister, I don't believe that she is going to confess adultery to her. I think that she will portray her relationship with Neil as having some trauma, and that he has been acting strangely, but the causal factor won't be disclosed. She will only pour out the details to Adriana. Grace does this because her sister is a permanent fixture in her life, and she does not want to be forever reminded. that it was her fault. Grace has not yet. I believe, come to the realization, that this entire mess is her fault. Your husband works too hard, or you gave up your career aspirations , are not justifications for betrayal. Grace committed the ultimate crime in a marriage, she was unfaithful physically, emotionally, and it appears romantically. To this time, something in Grace does not allow her to take full ownership of her errors. II will be Neil's fault for working too hard. Simon's mistake in not telling her that Neil had found them out, and finally Neil's error in not confronting her immediately when he learned of her betrayal. As of this moment, I am not sure Grace has a conscience, or at least no outward indication of one. Even, the remark that they should go to marital counseling, is a statement without taking full responsibility. Nothing that Neil has done, including his escorting activities, is at the level of Grace's betrayal. Neil did not betray the family trust by disclosing all family issues to a sexual intimate. Grace has betrayed every aspect of her marital life, something that Neil has repeatedly said he will not do. Grace has no respect for Neil, maybe never has. The "screw you" statement was probably a true utterance of her regard for Nell. Even in her day dreams Grace is above remorse. She dreams that Neil and Anika have come to terms, by giving her up to her prostitute lover. I hope that everyone caught the fact that the prostitute had moved into Neil's home, and that Anika was living at peace with Simon. Does this seem the view point of a totally rational person? Grace has known all along that she was doing something wrong. She justified it to herself that Neil was not providing what she needed, She will continue that justification in some more subtle manner with her sister. Grace won't out herself to Stephanie. Until Grace gives a clear, positive. indication to Neil, that she is at fault, I will continue to take a hard line about her. I hope that this series is renewed. In my opinion, it beats rubbish like Franklin & Bash that has gone on for years. This series has extraordinary acting, and some interesting characters. The subject matter is difficult, so it tends to separate people into almost partisan camps. That is great, we can all learn from each other.
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It still amazes me how a digusting Quitter who walked out on everybody who cared about her with three days nortice is still mentioned in every article's comments by the so called fans of this show. A true fan would be digusted by just the idea Cote de Quitter.
Oh, I remember you now. You spent months insisting that Cote de Pablo would never work in television again, let alone on CBS.
And the quitter still has not gotten any significant role in any way. A d list movie and a minor role in a short term mini seris. Vegas odds are 5 to 1 she will even show up for work
Perhaps doing such a report will improve your English. So far, it's not good. In three sentences you have made at least 6 errors, including those of punctuation. Good luck with your report.
For anyone that thinks this show goes beyond the limits of believability: I know a couple where the wife was cheating on the husband and he never told her that he knew and she never confessed. She talked to my wife about it. If she felt any guilt, she never voiced or showed it.He eventually divorced her. After that he had plenty to say. He was an accountant that gave people investment advice. She was an airhead.
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Good start to what's hopefully going to be a fun show to watch for some time to come. Killing off your biggest star was a risk but I think it was well-played. Zombie baby was the creepiest thing I've seen in a long time. I especially like how the show doesn't take itself too seriously. It's going to be fun with a lot of good one-liners I think.
Couldn't agree with you more, the simple fact Z Nation doesn't take itself too seriously makes it fun for the audience. Personally, there's only so much doom and gloom I can handle and we get enough of that watching the news. Plus ZOMBIES! Sometimes it seems Walking Dead forgets it's a zombie show. They're constantly focused on the human threats, like the walkers are not a threat anymore. That started around the time The Governor was introduced and continues now with the Terminus storyline. If Z Nation can keep the pacing of the pilot and zombie action, we're in for a fun ride. Lookin' forward to episode 2!!!
Agreed. I always tell my wife that The Walking Dead is less about the zombies and more about the people. It's a great show but it tends to drag. Z Nation was non-stop. I think it'll be able to hold it's on because from the opening scene you could tell it was going to be different.
Yep yep the two shows are different. Not sure why people need to pick one over the other. Why not watch both? It's not a contest LOL
I swear you Tiva fan are the reason why NCIS is a laughing stock on other website
Mike, Come on go outside. They are not laughing at NCIS
P.S a good producer does research and tries to understand the penchant minds of the viewers little tip JULIE PLEC!!!
after season 4 i was done with TVD after the whole success story of KLAROLINE but then it was obliterated with petty and disgust by that EP Julie PLEC..They weren't able to redeem the quality of the show even in the originals it was like a wet dog shaking the rivulets from the rain.. so sad to watch, i was surprised when TVD and TO got renewed.. big mistake CW!! it's a good thing TVD will end.. it's like watching doe-eyed bambi watching as his mother got shot.. bahahaaha... Stefan and Caroline cannot absolutely end up being together he is her bestfriend's epic love as she quoted it herself from one of the episodes don;t know which.. Klaus and Caroline should end up together i mean he vowed to be her last however long it takes and just pairing him with other bimbos makes him a douche. oh well a good supernatural series flushed down the drain by TVD and TO's great producer JP (SARCASM sign held up for SHELDON) you are so A-mahzing! BAZINGA! hope no one will hire you in the near future!
The show has been great but came away conflicted over the panic reaction from Grace. I would think a person that is had multiple episodes of infidelity, understand the risks and in some way rationalizes that they will deal with it if exposed. She didn't stop after the first one. In some ways, they are hoping it does happen. You could potentially understand the panic if her feelings for Neil had come back completely but with the dream, wow, that certainly is not true. I liked some of the subtle story line messages like the anniversary date. Also, the affection use of the word "babe" was heard three times in episode 9, First Neil used it and than used both by Grace and Simon. Pretty sure Grace has called Neil, Neil throughout the complete show. I almost think Grace needs to lose Neil for her to realize what he means to her. I predict that. Also I wonder what role did Dylan play through this being absent in episode 9? It could be just to show that Grace is attracted to anybody willing to giver her attention. I am very anxious for episode 10 and what the writers come up with. Do they feel a need to ensure a cliff hanger for a potential season 2? Most likely. I can't imagine it will end cleanly. No resolution. The writers goal will be for us begging for more. Can't wait to see.
I think all people that cheat on their spouse think they will not get caught. Grace thought she was safe because Neil was going out of town. I agree that Neil’s feelings for Grace are stronger than Grace’s feelings for him. She may not need to lose himto realize what he means to her but she has to realize that it is a real possibility. I agree there will be a cliffhanger.
I'm only on Tuesday's episode but wow..Jennifer's haircut looks great.
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