I'm waiting to see how Jane deals with a future with Lisbon. That scene with Pike showed he had serious concerns. He is in law enforcement only because - first it was a way to track Red John and, second, it is where Lisbon is. He loves using his mentalist skills but hates the physical violence that revolves around. As for Lisbon, she loves law enforcement and the rules that provide some overall stability while Jane hates rules and cares only for justice regardless of the rule bending/breaking shortcuts it takes to achieve that. I'm sure they will work out something that satisfies both of them and I look forward to what that is. In the next episode it appears that Lisbon tries her hand at mentalism and is enjoying it. An opening to how they can meet each other's needs as well as their ow?
Oliver and Felicity--Arrow
Jamie and Claire, all the way!! Vote for them!!!
I love Sean Murray and any time he takes the lead I love it. I loved the funeral scene even though I lost family members during the holidays. I did have a problem with Heidi flipping so fast until I realized that she did not know the hacker was a pedophile and sexual predator As a teacher of small children It would change my mind, too
black jack !!!!!
It makes me happy that Sam and Andy were included. I love Rookie Blue!:)
Black Jack . . And they haven't seen bad yet!!
This season had so much promise about demon Dean. That could've gone on for over a half a season. I agree with a lot of comments below. And boy do I agree with the round table. I'm just not liking any of the episodes lately. My question to the roundtable is… Does this article ever reach the writers producers of supernatural? I wish they were listening to what the fans are saying right now.
we are really all a little cranky about the ending. That ending was about as real life as it gets for a family with one of its members struggling with stage 4 cancer and the therapy is no longer effective. The downward spiral is often rapid. "no matter how much we screw up there will be someone there to save us. Which is what Christmas is about,too. Someone giving us a second chance" He is the reason for the season, its about faith and redemption. ITs also likely that father and son got some final time together as the case wrapped up by Monday, Tim was writing the letter on Christmas eve, Wednesday, and wasn't emotional at the time, but never got to finish it as his dad probably went down hill quickly. A great ep
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I did like that scene very much, with the concept of second chances, and the clips used with that scene conveyed the sentiment perfectly. But for me, and this is only my opinion, it didn't work as a Christmas episode, and the second chances concept could have been used just as effectively as related to life in general, or the team/family. But I enjoyed reading your POV, and we all come at the show from different directions, which makes it all more interesting.
I guess the reason why it worked for me as a Christmas ep was the sad fact that bad things happen in many families around the holidays. its unavoidable, somewhere someone loved is going to pass. To see one of our beloved characters deal with it hits home.
Emma/Hook - Once upon a time
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