Did anyone notice how devastated Jamie was when Claire revealed she might never have children? But true to form, he swallowed it and went to console her. But when she left to return to Jenny, he slumped down on the chest as if all the wind had been taken out of his sails. Great acting on Sam Heughan's part.
I missed that particular sigh. I'll have to rewatch. Of course, he's not at all pleased at the prospect of not having children. He's gutted, but trying to hide it is chivalrous on his part.
quite admirable. but never fear, i'm sure their baby worries were on frank's part and not claire's
I think it's going to be hard but not impossible to keep it going for many seasons to come but the Epic love stories for Elena are over but there is plenty more to write for Caroline Bonnie and even Enzo And what about the humans? What about Tyler too? Julie Plec you're writing I'm watching
Margaret Ellen Murray not Marie
*gasp* didn't include Sam & Andy while he was working undercover (& undercovers with Andy) on rookie blue.
All I can say is be worried for Jamie, verra worried.
The show ticks all the boxes in entertainment , I just had a thought Ian , Jamie's brother-in-law may have more to reveal as to now he managed to escape, I'm mot convinced he is all he says. .
Oh, no. Book reader here. Ian Murray is one of my favorite side characters. He is absolutely everything he appears to be. Ian has Jamie's back, always, and vice versa.
Mary, you obviously haven't read the books. Ian is EXACTLY who he seems to be-a loving husband and VERY loyal to Jamie.
can someone be really hacked by just charging their phone? what if the phone is off and has no power at all?
I have to admit that when I first saw the commercial for this episode, I want that excited at all. BUT, my mind was changed within the first five minutes of the episode. I LOVED the Kono back story and how she learned so much history from her mother and just how close she was and still is with her mother. This is the first time that we have really seen Kono as a child and growing up, through the flashbacks. It was a pretty bittersweet episode for Kono and the viewers like me who basically cry at greeting card commercials. I'm not ashamed to admit that. lol I really liked how this episode was written that not only included the flashbacks to Kono's life as she grew up with a strong, loving, educated, cultured mother. Her mother passed along very important traditions to Kono which basically saved her life during her time lost at sea. I also really enjoyed seeing the entire cast there in the beginning to send Kono off on her life changing voyage. And, I have always seen the "brother/sister" relationship that Kono and Chin have had consistently throughout the entire series. I am not actually saying that they are brother and sister, we all know that they are cousins but their "love and bond" are what makes them stronger together, than apart. Ok, now that I have touched on the incredibly well written and distinctly different view of H50, the parts of the episode that I didn't enjoy were pretty obvious, the crime of the week was pretty "meh..." But we did get to see Chin play a huge role in this episode. I enjoyed finally getting to see more of Chin and Kono. Their characters are important to the series dynamic and it's great to see them actually playing an active part in this series, this season. I'm not even going to bring up Danny/Scott. I have for too many weeks and it's like yelling at a brick wall now. Not even worth the time to complain about his lack of actual involvement in the series. If he didn't come back next year, if there is a next year for H50 (fingers crossed!). Let Grover and the rest of the team take over. I'm done with Scott for good. No need to even discuss his absence after this comment. I got the feeling over these past few episodes that the dynamics of the team are going to be shaken to its roots during the season finale. Ok, for one, Adam has been MIA a whole lot! He wasn't there to see Kono go off on her adventure, although she did briefly explain why. He also wasn't anywhere to be seen during her search and rescue. You would think that anyone's fiancé would want to be in on that. No one even mentioned calling Adam to tell him what's going on and of course he never showed up at HQ to inquire about why Kono had not checked in. I do understand that "Adam" is actually on another series but come on writers, you could have been a little more consistent with the whole thing! Especially since their supposed marriage is during the next episode. I don't think the marriage will happen. I have mentioned this several times, but I get the sick feeling that Adam will be killed off or something tragic will happen to him. Chin's BIL will be involved and Chin and Kono will have to deal with the fall out of this and it's quite possible that their relationship will be strained by the actions that "might" happen. Of course, I'm just a H50 fan who pays attentions to the details of the series and this is just my opinion. I actually have no idea what will really happen. I have just been following the bread crumbs that the writers have been leaving for us. And, talking about leaving, maybe this is where Scott/Danny will exit the series. Please don't let the door hit you where the good Lord slit ya, as you leave! If he does leave, I will be very interested to find out why and exactly what happened to cause this decision. Yes, I know the theories. I have heard them each week as I read the comments. But, if you actually pay attention to the body language of the actors while Scott/Danny is actually on the set and taping a scene, it's plain as day, that something significant has happened to the actors and how they feel about him. Not trying to create rumors. It's common sense and just paying attention to how the others actually distance themselves from him even in a scene when he's in it. He barely has any lines, and no chemistry what so ever. I have even caught a few glares at him from several of the other actors during the scenes when he's in them. Seriously, not making this up. Just go back and re watch the past four or five episodes, the signs are all there. Back to this episode, it was a great one. Of course, and I'm really not trying to be so knit picky about details. H50 is sloppy when it comes to details, but you could certainly tell that Kono wasn't really in the ocean. It's all good, we don't need the actors to actually be put in danger just so we can have a realistic episode. I just had hoped for a little more realism from H50. I think after all these season, I should have known better than to expect that. It's still a great series! I love the Hawaii scenery and the fact that this series actually brings jobs too Hawaii and stimulates their economy plus the fact that we have learned a lot about how the island works and about the people. I seriously do hope that the network will keep H50 on for another season since it does have potential to be a great on next year, depending on how this season finale ends. Please for the love of God CBS, don't leave us hanging with a huge cliffhanger without H50 finishing up the storylines that are still left hanging!!!
On September 20, 2015 at the 67th Annual Prime Time Emmy Awards, if the "Art of War" episode of BLUE BLOODS does not win, something's terribly wrong with the voting process. I applaud the writing, acting, directing, casting, editing, music, and DP (Director of Photography) for this artistic and highly entertaining achievement. Congratulations.
"Heartbreaker" is listed on IMDB as "Heart Matters." None of these sound really interesting, but there's only brief plot outlines and cast and crew lists right now.
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