slade's new look is classic how much will the miracle changes peoples character and i am sure shado isn't completely dead because Sarah asks about her and yes don't forget shado's hallucinations are not as dark as slades so this it is oliver who didn't want to continue their realtion ship i am sure their would robert queen jr
SEROIUSLY? Will finally steps up and now a train to take him out? One of the BEST plot lines running through the series and they are ending it? Come on. There are so many ways this plot line could run and allow ground breaking tolerance and acceptance in the country music world for homosexuality.
Wow, at least the reviewer understood that this was an episode for comic relief. Some of the commenters, not so much. I laughed so much, probably one of their funniest. Remember please, NCIS is a more than just a case of the week procedural. I'm still sensing Ziva backlash from some fans out there too. The writers are trying to incorporate Bishop with the quirks they've laid out for her, and people already think it's too much Bishop. Like we didn't get a fistful of Ziva, in the beginning. I note that Gibbs refers to her as Bishop, not by her first name, which puts her more at a distance, not quite in the family fold. The writers have to find the path for the new team member as the character has to find her way through a new job position. As a new investigator, I would expect her to plow in and read everything she could to help with her understanding what she'll see on the job. Took no offense at her in autopsy, who couldn't read a manual in a weekend, especially if you felt it important to your understanding the job better. Jimmy, though I love him dearly has always been a little self conscious with feelings of inadequacy. Why should that change?
Good question, been wondering about that myself. I had a few fellow students who actually went to the trouble of learning certain textbooks by heart. However, they certainly didn't do it in two days and they had basic medical knowledge to build on (which Bishop might have, I suppose?).
Also, though this is pretty nitpicky, Bishop demonstrated knowledge about two pathological subject matters: the first one (about lividity) was pretty basic forensic pathology, she might actually have read about that in a short manual. Her second observation though (about diabetes) was very specific. Not sure I believe she would know about that. Either way it seems like a highly remarkable feat for anyone to retain that much obscure knowledge. :D
Fascinating comment. I think I'd be the first to agree with you. One question though: Bishop's behaviour sort of suggests that she has an eidetic memory. Would such a characteristic have made the scene more plausible? (Note: no where in her episodes did anyone say she had that ability: I'm just guessing she does, because it's the only thing that seems to make any sense)
I agree with you for the most part, but I do have to comment on the autopsy scene. Maybe it's because I'm an MD and have gone through the whole studying process, but the idea that someone could read an autopsy handbook of 600 pages- so, essentially a short version of a pathology textbook- and actually memorize the contents over one weekend really made me laugh out loud. I encourage everyone who thinks this realistic to open a medical textbook and read about three pages. Just my two cents. :)
While true, being able to memorize something doesn't mean the same as having the ability to fully comprehend what was read. That would take more than reading words.
I likewise have medical training, and sometimes I was amazed at what I could retain in study, when I was a lot younger that is. A inquisitive young mind can be powerful, and lets face it, we still have much to learn about Bishop.
Not really my definition of a "suggestion" - rewind your DVR - Bishop says to Gibbs and I quote "That's a bad idea!" Admittedly she goes on to rephrase saying "I think I might have a better idea", but even so when's the last time someone said that to Gibbs and lived! :-) And since what she was suggesting wasn't exactly rocket science, how come Gibbs, Tony or McGee didn't think it already? They've been solving crimes as a team for 11 years, Gibbs and Tony even longer. How did they cope without her? I will bare with her. I want to like her. But they've already given her "skills" that I'm finding hard to handle, which won't be going away any time soon. Just hope TPTB take their foot off her pedal and let her ease in a bit during the next few episodes, so she's contributing, not taking over.
That was such an intense episode emotionally. I reminded me why Nashville needs all the humor and sometimes stupid plots, because when it's all "hand on board" like it was last night it can be really really heavy. don't get me wrong, I love it, and think that in this format of a primetime TV network drama they delivered one hell of an episode that was not only well constructed and fun, but also dealt with real life hard issues. It's just that it left me really sad. Life are like that sometimes, and this episode was one of those days.
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I believe Blake mentioned the school was a cross-town rival high school.
You're right. Thanks for the catch.
I'm so glad they acknowledged that Jedikiah knew Stephen lied to him about taking away Cara's powers. I was so afraid that they wouldn't bring that up and we would be expected to believe that he believed Cara's lame excuse of finding an antidote. After this episode I still think Jedikiah is evil but I'm starting to think there is some good in him. Way, way, waaaaaaaaay down deep inside of him.
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