I actually really liked this one. Haven't laughed so hard during a Glee episode in a while. It was meant to be ridiculous and that it was! Probably this show is the best when it doesn't try to be taken so damn seriously.
I liked the new tech guy ans Cho they had chemistry!
Starting to like Abbot.Need more time for Fischer.
I can't wait to see more Cho and Jane...I think it's gonna work just great.Loved how Cho still has a great respect for Lisbon.
Jane is Jane and the way he was arrested was priceless.Big like to the writers!
Lisbon stood for herself, told Jane all she had to say, Jane admitted all without answering back. it hurt but it had to be said.Their relationship is so simple and beautiful makes you want to hug them.Those socks.....priceless!!!!!
Overall great great episode and I can't wait to see more.It's gonna be such fun.
I loved this episode.it was super delicious as Jane would say: SPLENDID. Wonderful review Christine.Oh come on people.When you had RJ you were complaining you were tired of this story.Now you are complaining the cases are predictable and boring.So what do you want? Did you watched other procedural shows and saw how boring their cases are? I can name a few.Some have cases revolving around time travelllers.Let's be honest.The Mentalist is special and I think some people have too high standards....
I never once complained about the Red John arc. I liked it. I just thought the way they resolved it was ludicrous.
This new version of The Mentalist is completely absurd and a knock-off of so many other shows, it's sad.
YOU liked it so they were supposed to continue with the dark and, frankly, run-it's-course boring story line? The ever-declining ratings prove you were one of the few who still liked it.
Knock off of other shows? EVERY show is a knock off of another show. There hasn't been an original story in Hollywood since...
OMG...Sherlock can be such a little brat when it comes to his brother. He can't seem to help using all his abilities in this petty game of oneupmanship with Mycroft - who is always so smooth, cool and unflappable. I did like how the episode ended very much. Will we ever see the father of these two men? And, who would they cast for such an important character?
Ugh. Sad news. I suppose all good things must come to an end but I frankly was such a big fan of this series (despite the few seasons that were a little "iffy") that it kind of breaks my heart to see it go. Guess maybe the lost boy needs to grow up, right? Make a final go of it with Karen. Become responsible. Find a place with a picket fence and....nah. It'll never happen. He'll flame out.
This episode bugged me too it's obvious that Amy is conflicted with issue of going to New York. Apart of her wants to go and I don't blame her with all the crap going on around her - everyone always get's involved in her and Ricky's business it annoys me. However Ricky should fight for his woman! I don't think Amy wants to go to New York she just wants to run away. She needs to find to someone that she can trust to talk to.
I actually found this entire episode rather predictable. I guess it’s because I just don’t find Jane that endearing anymore. I could empathize with his childish behavior when he was still trapped in his Red John/vengeance state of mind. Now, I just find it immature and annoying. So the FBI has now dropped all the charges and Jane has AGAIN escaped any consequences of his actions. He has, throughout the course of this series, committed more crimes than most of the people he’s helped put away, including multiple murders. I’m tired of his Teflon existence. It’s not adorable anymore; it’s rather repulsive. I don’t care how curly his hair is, he should be held accountable for his crimes.
Some fans seem to think his behavior is so cute; but I believe that is because you only have to endure it for 42 minutes once a week. If you had to live with it 24/7, trust me, it gets old VERY quickly.
I agree. Nothing sticks to this guy and being cute doesn't give him a free ride in my book. I want him to grow up and take some reasonability. His cute little tricks here and there are fine, but I want to see some grown up behavior with a sense of maturity of not getting his own way all of the time. Him being a several times over MURDER that gets a free pass is too much for me.
You can always stop watching. Nothing is forcing you to watch. Also, who cares about consequences when your "victims" are corrupt cops and murderers?
Can it be January already?!
Does anybody know where the mini-episode on December, 25 will air? Will it be available online?
I really enjoyed seeing the interaction between the professor and Brannan that was awesome. They totally related to each other in a very special. There wasn’t any vying for who was smarter than who that we’ve seen many times in the past with her. As for Booth I think he sees things differently when it comes to Brennan but that doesn’t mean it translates well into seeing the same oddities in others. His background of abuse and the fact that he’s a father made his reactions believable to me. I’ve always thought that if Booth were to lose Brennan he’d be the type of type of person who would fall apart at first and not necessarily throw himself into his work (unless she was murdered and he had to find that person) so his reaction to the professor was what I would expect from him
Now as for Cam sorry but I would have, and thought she should have, thrown the book at that chick and then let the hate subside especially after seeing that woman and her reaction in jail~!
Have we discussed the idea that Olivia's mother blew up the plane or she planted a bomb on the plane and the plane was to turn into a missile and detonate on impact. Remember Rowan doesn't handle the small incidents of government, he handles the large scale terrorist attacks. He probably knows the location of all the nukes. This would also explain why the plane was shot down. Yes, we would shoot down a plane that has turned into a missile.
On the Quinn note, I would say Quinn is now a junior in spy school. She will become a senior when she finally figures out that Charlie killed her fiancee and she slept with his killer. However what will really hurt is that Huck and everyone in OPA knew as well. Every spy knows that you cannot trust anyone. Her last vestiges of trust will be torn away. I will give it up to actress her transition was not sold to me until she walked into Rowan's office with a needle and the look of resolve to her fate. I was sold. I can see Quinn as a future assassin. Its the same look that Katniss had at the end of Hunger Games 2, for those who have seen it.
I do want to mention Fitz talk with Sally and then Cyrus where Mellie was MUM. Unbelievable, I didn't know Fitz wanted the Presidency until that absolute moment when he handed Cyrus his ass. Where has this Fitz been all this time, Mellie was scared to talk while he raged. He practically looked presidential and for the first time, I believed that he wants this job. Its really true what they say, you don't know what you have until you lose it. I have always been an advocate for putting Fitz out of his misery and let him run off with Olivia leave the Desk behind and make whatever kinds of jam. I want to see more of this Fitz.
Charlie didn't kill her fiance. It was Becky, remember, Huck's girlfriend ? She's the one who sent the bomb. I loved your analogy about Katniss in Catching Fire !
I too was shocked when Fitz shouted at Cyrus and told him that he screwed up ! Amazing !
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