I think I'm the only one who hates Blair this season because she's a tramp who is messing around with 3 guys, she worse than Serena! And the thought Dan and Blair is just wrong & I hate it.
That was it for me. Why is throwing up so funny? Who thinks it's funny? I don't get it.
@amazingalex: I certainly didn't feel that Lori's departure had left a gaping hole in the team! As you say, the show flowed :)
This episode was the end of the line for me. I think I'll be giving up on the series from now on. The show was one big vomit joke. It reminded me of the Mr. Creosote sketch in Monty Python's Meaning of Life, which I didn't like, either. It was worse, really, because here the person doing the vomiting here was he lovely Courtney Thorne-Smith. What a cruel thing to subject her to. So, now, Judith is gone, Evelyn is gone, Jake is an imbecile, and apparently Judy Greer has been cut from the cast because her character wasn't working out. This thing is a mess.
DVR'd this episode, haven't watched it yet. I've not been very impressed so far. Just an observation though: the first two episode reviews on this site talked a lot about the singing. I don't see even a mention of it this week except for ". . . even the songs were nothing spectacular." I thought the songs were what made this show special, different from just another evening soap opera about ambition, revenge, breakups, make-outs and cat fights. What happened? It's only episode three!
Yeah! Cassidy Freeman! Ok, I only know her by Smallville but still! I'm glad another female character, who is not Katherine or a doppleganger, is important for Damon!As a shipper myself, I can understand the discussions about it but all the comments here are not related to this axact post...to bad! I would have loved to read some theories (since I'm bad at theorising^^)
Red Auerbach once said....never draft any player I have not seen Play twice and practice, at least twice.... Applying that practice to tv, I wanted to dump Smash after ep1 but hung in and glad I did.... Even though it's on lame network tv...... glee has gotten stale so an alternative was sought after. Smash works.....for now anyway.
They're back!! Yes!! This is the show that I fell in love with last season. The chemistry, the carguments, the camaraderie. Steve and Danny. Chin and Kono. Max and Kamekono. Danny's Camaro reminds me of Felix the Cat's bag of tricks (oh, oh, guess I'm showing my age!)- I wonder what else is in that trunk! And, who knew, Danny can swim!! The scene at the end with the team together socializing was very touching, just like old times (which was sorely missing when Lori was there; they never socialized, not once in 15 episodes, says a lot). Alex looked much better, well rested, not quite so thin (maybe he's not feeling the pressure quite so much anymore either). Looking forward to more of this. Thanks CBS and PL!
@martinelli..I just did also! They need to know how we fans feel!! It seems to me they def listen.
A new low for TwoandAHalf. To think Warner Brothers would pay a crew to direct and produce that crap is beyond me. I am sorry I watched it. I have no respect for the writers or that show anymore.
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