This was my favourite episode in months, if not years... Pam & Eric were badass and hilarious, Lafayette has a shot at happiness, Sookie was not annoying or wet, Arlene was by turns sweet and sexy and funny, Bill was... well he was there. I never said it was a perfect episode. (How I look forward to seeing Moyer - who I love - in something I can enjoy him in!) And there was finally some plot movement as well as lots of great character stuff.
I agree, I really loved Arlene this week!
The show won't ever be the same unless Elena finds her way back to Damon.
i wish that would happen to !!! i love Delena !!!!!
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Put Stefan and Elena back together. They were meant for each other and they were together in the book series before the mysterious writer came and tore them apart. Just MY opinion all you Delena lovers :) Don't get too offended.
watching murder in the first. if you are a hill street, nypd blue fan, this show is for you. it is classic steven bochco. still trying to figure out who did it.
What!?!? Not a single Stark from Game of Thrones is on this list....?
"Perception" and "The Listener".
Its really hard for me to hate on Jon Voight because I like him so much as an actor. That said, I still despise Mickey.. for all the reasons the show wants me too. That's a compliment I guess. I'm a little disappointed that we didn't get to see the bar-fight that was teased at at the end of last weeks episode tough. Well maybe there wasn't one, but Ray walking up to the bar with the baseball bat was just awesome.. ahh testosterone :) Ray approached the FBI director to try to get ahead of the mudslide that is the Sully murder investigation, all the while fully aware that he had to climb out of that hole somehow. It felt more like him trying to get ahead of a problem for the time with the goal to find a workable angle later. He was never in control. The director made that pretty clear when he went after Rays daughter. I liked that Abby stood up for herself, though I believe that Ray was in fact listening to what she said. He just needs time to process. Did Abby buy that underwear because she felt guilty for kissing her instructor or is this her way of trying to nudge Ray towards what one could only call more consensual intimacy? Like you said, she wan't rejecting him, she rejected the way he was using her for well, relief. This makes me think she was fully aware of her actions when she rewarded Ray for the house. What confuses me a little is how they make Ezra into this hard-ass now when they spend a good part of last season to show us how vulnerable the man supposedly is.
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I'm a big fan of 'The Last Ship.' It has really turned into Must See TV on my Sunday nights. I'm 'The Strain' a chance, too. I wouldn't say it has hooked me, but I'm willing (at least for now) to see where the show goes.
This was one of the most cliché ridden TV episodes I have ever seen in years. Not only did I find the cultural clichés hard to swallow - especially the idea that the Latino inhabitants needed three unarmed American men to come to their rescue - I even found the downfall of "El Toro" easy to predict. This is the only episode that has proved to be a turn off so far.
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