Jane never did crack the list, the FBI does not know who is on the list. That is why the deal was made in the fist place. Who's name do you think is on the list, Alexia Schultz, that's who. That's why it was eluded to in the last episode.
If the writers plan to take TM off in an entirely new direction, and they got rid of all the Red John-related people to clear the decks and focus on FBI centered stuff, which significant characters are left from the CBI phase who can be part of the FBI story line? I can think of only one - Alexa. Are there others?
They are going through monkeys at an alarming rate. If they're testing six at a time, it seems ridiculous that they ever left Nicaragua with a mere 36 of them. Surely Rachel knew the odds were against her vaccine working quickly. There are so many issues with this show, but it's the cheesy moments that keep me around. Yes, the reenlisting scene was cliche, but that's what The Last Ship is. If it took itself too seriously it would probably cost a lot more to produce.
I guess I went in expecting a little cheese and the clichés since it's Michael Bay. I tend to just go along for the ride. The worst offense any show can do is bore me to death. That's definitely not the case with The Last Ship. They need the frozen monkeys from Helix. Keep 'em on ice and revive them for testing and ultimately death. Eeeek!
Great analysis of the increasingly bizarre happenings. I thought for sure Sam was a goner, but she's still with us. Maybe they'll surprise us by not going cliche. Really, that might be the biggest shock of all with this one.
Thanks, had some big shoes to fill! Glad ya liked it. Did you hear CBS moved the show to 10pm due to low ratings?
Damn. It was still the second most watched program of the night in terms of viewers -- 6.43 million just below Big Brother's 6.59, which was about a million 5 above Criminal Minds at 10. Just the wrong demo I guess. That said, CBS has a traditionally older demo, don't they?
I don t know why I keep watching this - not one likable character - repetitive and going on and on about how vile human beings are.............. However am dumb enough to see it through and maybe they will pull something out of the bag
Another fun review!
Franklin and Bash!!
I was hoping to find out what type of supernatural Parrish is, but I think the show creators won't reveal that so randomly. And yeah, I don't think he is evil masquerading as a small town deputy..his surprised reaction proved so. I hope he's not evil as I think deputy Parrish has a growing fanbase including me :)Really enjoyed the Scott-LIam scene. I guess the beta is inducted into Scott's pack. One thing I really enjoyed in this episode is the human factor showcased when Scott overheard his mom struggling with bills and he was actually contemplating keeping the money. Inspite of him being the good alpha, it made him more real to see him being affected by everyday life struggles. Very happy to see the orphans 'exit' the show, but not so happy to see the surprising end of Meredith. I felt her storyline wasn't explored much. How did the benefactor communicate with her? And why would she listen to him knowing that she is on the list? I'm assuming as a banshee she would've have predicted she's on the list. So Lydia's the only banshee around.Also so not surprised to see Peter plotting with Kate to gain more power. There was always something off about him.
The Lost finale was borderline perfect. If you left with any questions, then you weren't paying attention to anything. It answered everything, and kept it fully in line with the tone and spirit of the entire show.
to be honest Ziva is the only one I will miss in the least
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