Cary was superb throughout. Every emotion showing in his eyes. He understands that acting does not have to be over the top. The joke letter was ridiculous. The Alicia we have been shown over the years would never have written such a letter. And she certainly would not have been so insensitive to defend herself by saying it was a joke. Just not at all believable. Frankly, I don't think I would vote for her; she doesn't really have a handle on the requirements of the job.
@Terrie What if Kalinda kills Bishop, changes her identity and disappears for good? She did it before, I mean changing her identity and she's capable of (almost) anything. Her life is in danger anyway after threatening Bishop. Is this crazy? On the other hand, if Cary goes to jail, Finn could join the firm.
That would be better than Kalinda being killed off...............and yes, it is crazy......you could see the fear in Kalinda's eyes last night..............
Yes, I could but fear makes people do crazy things and I've seen Kalinda beat the hell out of a guy with a baseball bat.
Yep she did that with her ex that came back to town...........I wonder why that never came back to bite her in the ass............
I think Finn is the key to getting Cary off. Not sure how he will do it, but he'll find away. Once Cary is cleared I hope they investigate Castro, the prosecutor and the cop who testified for wrongfull prosecution and false testimony.
This is my first time writing about the show. I was never a fan of Tea Leoni. I didn't think I was gonna like the show but since there was nothing on at 8 pm and I like The Good Wife I would watch it. Wow! She was made for this role and I enjoy it so much that I am knocked out that this is already the 10th episode, time flies! Ok, back to the episode I really enjoyed this episode. Couple of things. When the interrupter came and threatened MS, did anyone think like me, make a reservation at Guantanamo? She obviously is not a bad person and was just doing her job in the CIA., Don't forget we are at war. Watch Homeland if your not sure. Stevie!!!!!!!! Her biggest problem is her emergency credit card is at the limit!! Stevie is a lucky girl. She obviously leads a sheltered life. When she moved out I would have slammed the door in her ass. No credit cards, No money, No help at all. You critize my life, go live your own and see how easy it is. It easy to criticize when your a hostess who cant even get dressed properly for work! Wo has to run to mommy to get $50 for a blouse, $50 dollars for a blouse? My whole wardrobe is $50.00!!! Your credit card is maxxed$$$!!. Great idea move out because your mom was defending her country, your country, out country. Steveie pissed me off!!!!!!!! Matt and Daisy? Win wasn't right for her. Not sure if M & D do belong together but think it makes for a some lighthearted and funny moments.
1. Thoughts on Trey?- I like the actor, was surprised by his good performance in Star-Crossed and here. He was the right choice. I even liked the resolution of his story for now. 2. Reverse Flash appeared?- I was really surprised but it served the story. I like Joe having a story on his own and the knife on Iris picture was a message that will alter all further decisions. Can't wait to see how Joe will handle it! Will he tell Barry? How will Barry react? 3. Who is The Rlash?- My current thought is that its future Eddie Thawne. As Barry is his nemesis he wanted to weaken him by killing Nora, but didn't kill Joe cause of Iris. It makes a bit sense but not to much. Either way we'll find out in 15 days so it's not a long wait.P.S. Just "wikied" about the Reverse Flash and there were a couple of Rlashs. Hunter Zolomon is an interesting one cause he was paralyzed from the waist down. And he later killed Linda Park, who will appear in the show post mid-season.4. Joe and Wells?It seems like they will keep being BFFs for now as they thing the Arrow has bad influence on Barry. I enjoyed their scenes last week and hoping for a bit more. 5. Overall thoughts?- I like it but I'm not thrilled with it. The initial wow factor wore off. I miss the edge and the thrill, no repercussions and the villains go down to easy. Its going to easy for team Flash, Arrow had to work much harder. But still its really enjoyable to watch but I think the show has so much potential and hopefully will exploit it soon.
Ziva was awesome! A good looking Israel Commando, with a princess brow. screw Pablo
No mention of the Hitchcock and Scully cold open "forgotten birthday" gag? That was awesome. Especially when Scully "drank" from his thumb tack coffee mug after declaring themselves geniuses.
I agree with the reviewer, I like Carol WAY better than I used to. Beth as well. But Fr. Gabriel needs to die AND SOON. Tired of his whining and crying. He "escapes" with no plan, no supplies, no weapon-please someone eat him! I also didn't like the contrived "Sasha so grief stricken over her boyfriend of 10 minutes, Bob, that she does something really stupid to advance the plot.." part. Looking forward to next week, my money's on Beth dying, I think Carol makes it out.
How come Carol Burnett got to sing and Frankie Valli didn't?
Kudos to Davis... with the sporadic style of story telling the show takes, Viola Davis is able to portray a character that grows more interesting and less "predictable" as the reveals are dolled out while keeping full attention at all times while on screen. How far gone is this character? How driven? is any of the vulnerability real... if so, which parts? keep watching.. keep guessing.. very well done. I also really like Asher. The last two episodes did well to justify the flash back sequences... they were largely boring me until we started hearing word of the "bonfire tonight" in the current time sequence. The wrap up was good, I'm very curious to see where they go from here.
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