I was honestly a little disappointed that the writers reverted to "murder to get the girl" when they had such an opportunity to raise awareness of racism and other hate crimes in the southern states then and now. Possibly they felt it wasn't appropriate with the Brown case pending (and now basically dismissed) but I feel they took the least controversial option as a form of appeasement so their new show didn't get knocked.--Also, it appears there is some type of family feud between the Pride's and Hamilton's, not to mention that Pride's father is/was some sort of criminal...-Sebastian wasn't annoying this week. Two weeks in a row! If he keeps this up I might begin to actually tolerate him!
I've liked this show from the beginning, but I think it is getting better and better. They are becoming a team that works well together. I don't mind the bromance at all. I've known too many men, including my father, who never liked the guys the gals chose. So, I think it's refreshing, but I can see how Pride's daughter might not like it - a little jealous, maybe?
Great review as always Paul. Maybe it was the music making me hallucinate towards the end, for a second I thought Perry had come in behind Beth. Maybe stalker has made me question every scene so a part of me is thinking, that why would Perry risk getting discovered after coming so far into his "master plan". And if he got cocky, I cant wait for Beth to get her revenge. Rain check is leading nicely into the final episode called Tell All before the hiatus. OMG the mannequin scenes were crazyyyyyy. and loved Janice's "call"..cant wait for the next episode.
Love this show! I can't wait for next week when we get some more Kara and Leo action. I like that no matter what happens, they always seem to come back to each other. I also liked that when Emma was telling Leo no one noticed she wasn't okay, that Kara did. She was the only one who could truly see through Emma's facade. I enjoy seeing Kara grow each week and instill her wisdom upon others. Her character is definitely the most interesting for me. I'm still not super invested in hunter. I guess we will see what happens with that next week. Looks like it's going to be a good episode! And as for dr mcandrews and Brittany, I've been wanting that to happen since the beginning. But that morning after scene was super painful and awkward! I like Brittany on the show. And I'm not sure he and Erin really have that much chemistry… seems like they're trying to force it. So I would still prefer him with Brittany.
This episode gave us great twists and turns. I didn't expect the stalker to be that guy. He seemed fine when they interviewed him. It gave us a change of pace, by having Janice in charge, and leading the team instead of Beth. I think the next thing that Beth will do is try to find dirty secrets from Perry and expose them. Freak him out like when Beth did the same to stop him from stalking the other guy. The way Janice notices things, and has great judgement makes me see her as awesome.
I'd say I like this season so far. It has certainly got more traction, with better storyline. Last season was almost a train wreck as the show struggled with the loss and gain of a cast member. Bishop is growing on people from what I'm reading in the comments. The writers sure are doing a better job now. Where the heck is Director Vance anyway?
Hello, I am going crazy trying to find who sings a couple of the songs from season 1 episode 17, the song is called "stay on top"and " whenever you call my name". If anyone could help me to find out who sings them, I would appreciate it very much. Thanks
Loved this ep....it had the feel of the NCIS that used to be a team ep each week. Jake and Ellie are cute together and EW & JB had good chemistry to pull off a not new married couple. Ellie being a bit perturbed that they don't debrief together at night and Jake obviously feeling left out when Ellie went into agent mode. Here's hoping GG doesn't get any bright ideas to use the different agencies as a way to add conflict to their marriage. Jake meeting the team was interesting - seeing our faves thu his eyes. Abby was over-exuberant as always, McGee professional and Gibbs - wasn't sure if I saw Jake being in awe of Gibbs or JB reacting to MH. Loved Jake and Tony in the airport as well. Also liked the relationship between Ellie and Tony. There is an obvious clear amount of respect from Ellie to the guys on her team and it fun to see that played out each week. Liked seeing Tony in charge at the airport and wish the show would leave Gibbs at the office more often. Love Palmer but do they have to write him as the dumb comic relief character each ep he's in?
i wonder if amelia will bond with april over her pregnancy in private practice. would be a nice friendship.
I keep thinking of things to point out .. there were just so many ... also loved the almost not there line of Gibbs' about Senior never failing to disappoint. There's something about his noting it that simultaneously warms my heart and makes me sad. But it was a good call by the writers to include it.
Me too Easton. It made me sad for Tony, especially after getting his hopes up again and giving his old man yet another chance and got let down again. Still, Tony will head back to Dulles again "tomorrow". He's always the one doing the giving and Senior throws it back in his face every time. The only time he's ever really told Tony the truth was when he said. "I am what I am, I'll never change".
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