I hate to lose anyone on the team, but my guess is that Ducky will die. David McCallum is over 80 years old, he is probably getting tired or maybe in ill health and wants to retire.
From the beginning, I had the feeling that someone from the crew did it -- perhaps an echo of the Germanwings crash where the solution turned to be eerily similar...
I am very sad to find out that Derek is leaving greys anatomy that I cried when he died and my mom and I love that show and we hope it just doesn't end, but I do hope that they have Cristina come back for the next episode to comfort merideth and see Owen esecially and what happens with them and I love this show and I have seen each episode more than three times and I just hope that in this next episode they bring a bunch of the people who left, back to grieve with merideth and everyone else with the loss of derik,including Addison Montgomery and the rest of the gang from las Angela's ✋🏻💗💗💗 -from a beloved fan, Alexis Patch. #GreysAnatomy
Yeah, Theo figuring out the code Strauss had did seem like child's play compared to the prison stuff. I knew it would be something to do with literature and there we go, H.P. Lovecraft. I bet Theo didn't kill his kids because they are part of HIM, and therefore may turn out to be the superior being HE is. Whatever anyone else says I thought the episode was great. Joe has always loved to screw with heads, and especially Ryan Hardys. Looks like he did a fine job of it. Did anyone else hear Joe saying "Kumbiyah" to Ryan? At least we know Joe went to camp at some point in his life!
All major and minor characters on NCIS are fan favorites. My thought is possibly Joe Spano who plays Tobias Fornell. He has been with the show since it started and is definitely a favorite. Most of the main cast signed 2 year contracts in 2014.
The one we'll lose is close to Gibbs so yes, Fornell has come to my mind as well but damn, he's awesome. I love Fornell. He has such a good chemistry with all the actors and it's fun to watch him. I hope it won't be him.
I don't think they would orphan Emily.
Great interview! Thank you, Doug, for asking all the questions I wanted answers to. Interesting to get her take on Bishop, and I love what she said about Tony and how Bishop sees beyond his masks. I also love that she talks about Bishop being a part of the team now. I feel they've folded her character into the team well this season, and it was important to me that she function as part of this team. It's always nice to see an actor who is grateful for and happy with their job, and she seems quite sweet and charming. Thanks.
Why wouldn't Maroni have attacked the Penguin's club right of the bat? Even though he didn't know Penguin was behind the attack (though Maroni has been portrayed as smat enough to have seen through it), he hates Oswald and would have welcomed the opportunity. Barbara experienced the fastest case of Stockholm Syndrome on record, apparently (of course, given how much she hated her parents, it probably just provided the means to an end she subconsciously wanted, anyway). And Bruce ratted out Selina immediately, with no need to be pressured. Between that and his saying that Selina had copied the key, etc., it's clear Alfred is going to try tobar Bruce from seeing her.
Emily seems like a really lovely person. I still don't care for Bishop at all. I don't find her strong or believable as an agent, after all this time. It very much shows that she doesn't know how to use a gun, and she's not convincing in her physical scenes. The last episode looked like a last ditch effort to load her up with skills and experience that have been missing for two seasons.
I truly have no idea who we're going to lose. My guess is that it won't be Dorneget, as his loss wouldn't classify as quite the shock as "fan favorite" we've been hearing about. I could be wrong - we'll find out in a few weeks. I'm quite curious about this though. The core characters are Gibbs, Ducky, Tony, McGee, Abby and Bishop. Less core: Jimmy and Vance. Remote are Delilah, Ned Dorneget, and Zoe. So....I think it's possible to make an educated guess. (Have I missed anyone?) On another note: Emily was a pure pleasure to interview. She was warm. personable and as Dean mentioned, very professional.
That's why I've never felt it was explained. It was a massive step back after a very successful NSA career. I feel like there has to be something in her history that gives her a special motivation.
I know you have some knowledge and experience as an analyst ....is it possible that the writers/Glasberg took advantage of fan ignorance of the classification structure to slip this one past us?
It's not always about the money. I quit a restaurant management job with a decent paycheck to take care of a little guy with Autism. I took a pretty good pay cut, but my current job is by far, more satisfying. I feel good at the end of the day knowing I'm making a difference in someone's life.That is more important and fulfilling to me than a big check.
One thing I wish you would have asked is why Bishop is motivated to be on this team. She made a huge career change and from what I saw, we weren't given an explanation of that, and why she's so excited to be on the team. Did Emily talk about that at all?
No we didn't discuss that. But I recall when she first began that Gibbs had dusted off an old application she had submitted to be on the team - so she'd always wanted to be with them. Don't know why, however.
Thanks for your answer. To me that was not an adequate explanation for ditching her entire career to start over. I know I'm harder to please on the Bishop topic than most fans, so I accept that. :)
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It was for me, in the sense that, in any organization I've been in (there've been a few), the way to rise to the top was to get varied experiences in different disciplines. That, plus control over a set amount of dollars in budgets.
Oh now that's very interesting!
That's what I'm wondering, and if so, that's too bad. Historically they've done so much better than that. It's a dramatic career setback, in reality. Not only in rank. Her pay would have been cut in half.
It's rare but it happens. I know a guy who was a lawyer who quit to work in construction. He took a pay cut but hasn't looked back. Actually, come to think of it, I took a pay cut when I left a large organization to go work for a smaller one. It was like night and day for me: the stress level went WAY down (along with my pay) but for me it worked out overall to be a net gain.
It's far beyond varied experience. She took several steps down. She went from GS-11 or 12 to GS-5 or 6. And where would she be heading with that experience? There are no analyst/agent positions she would be aspiring to. You're either in the field or in the office.
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Did you not see the episode where Gibbs had Bishop's original application to join NCIS on his desk? That's your motivation: that NCIS was her first choice even though - perhaps - NSA was her forte rather than NCIS. Gibbs saw something in her that he considered would be an asset to his team and then checked her records and found that it was something she wanted.
If NSA was her forte, why didn't she want to stay there? She had built a very successful career and was high ranking. The old application doesn't explain it to me.
Just because YOU don't understand someone settling for a career they are good at rather than one they want, doesn't mean that other viewers also don't understand it. Actually you seem to be the same with de Pablo, you don't appear to understand her leaving a well paid and secure job (that YOU wanted her to stay in) for the unknown of doing what she wanted with her future.
I asked the question because *I* don't understand it, yes. Doug answered. You didn't need to step in. I haven't mentioned de Pablo at all.
Ok this was so confusing. So many different paths one can choose. Am choosing to stay with Klaus though cause i know when its all said and done he's the only one of the lot that can come back on top no matter what circumstances is thrown on his path. He will come back stronger than before. I doubt Hayley and her wolves have anything on him. Even Elijag can't subdue him so i doubt they can, (hybrid powers or not). ANd how does Hayley think she can run away from her problems huh? Shouldn't she know by now that running never solves anything? Her rightful place is with the Mikealsons working together to save Hope. God forbid the day Hope becomes uncontrollable with her power and its only her and Jackson available to try calming her down. As for Klaus siding with Dahlia, am not too surprised by that. The only thing Klaus knows is choosing which side his bread is buttered, and right now he deems it fit to be with Dahlia; be sure that that alliance won't last. Klaus will as soon flip against her the slightest chance he has a little doubt about whats best for him.
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