After four episodes we can now say the following. SATISFACTION is a one-hourweekly television show. If it were a full-length 2-hour movie showing at your local neighborhood theater, how would it be different? Unless it were totally re-written ..... (1) We could expect the characters to be totally nude. (2) We could expect to see sex being performed, in all its variations, with nothing left to the imagination. (3) We could expect the movie to have an “X-Rating.” (4) We could expect everyone to simply call it “PORN.” Why don’t we see this in the TV show? Because there are Federal regulations that control what you can, and cannot, put on public television. The “Duck Principle” applies. If it looks like a Duck … walks like a Duck … swims like a Duck … and quacks like a Duck ----- It’s a Duck. SATISFACTION is porn. It has been edited for television as required by Federal Law, but it is still porn nonetheless. The entire story is pornographic in nature. It would have to be totally re-written (script, plot, and story line) to qualify as something other than porn. Both Matt Passmore andStepanie Szostak will be remembered as being just a couple of porn stars. The show is about the sexual adventures of two people. They are technically still married, but their relationship collapsed long-long ago; and as stated, the marriage is now nothing more than a legal technicality. They no longer have sex with each other,opting to have sex with just about everyone else in town. Both are into prostitution. SATISFACTION is utterly unbelievable and unrealistic. As a result, it fails to qualify as “Drama.” It is about sex … and nothing but sex. The script, the plot, and the story line are designed to do nothing more than set up the next sexual encounter. Thus, it is “Porn” … plain and simple.
I assume you don't watch a lot of television. I know you didn't watch the show, as you exclaimed it loud and clear a month ago. There are relatively few scenes that depict sex at all and is as far from porn as you can get. You're funny.
They always tout the death as something major and then it's some minor character that hasn't been seen for most of the season. Their too chicken to actually kill off a major character.
Ummm not surpried Louis is pissed. Harvey and Jessica can't keep deciding whose mistakes to protect. Louis screwed up but Mike doesn't even have a degree.
and yet he is usually the one bringing the firm out of jeopardies louis put it in.Go figure
right but if a client finds out, their firm is done
honestly didnt know any of the characters except breaking bad one.. never watched the series though.. i watch a lot of series, a bit surprised that none of the ones I've watched was on the list
This episode was entertaining until Louis found out that he had been right about Mike not attending Harvard all along. Consequently, all hell broke loose and a belligerent Louis is not a welcome sight. If only Mike had not questioned him about that dang key. Lewis feels he was betrayed by Donna, lied to by Mike and Harvey and never respected or valued by Jessica. He’s like the smart kid in high school thatnever fits in with the cool kids. Poor Lewis wanted to be accepted by the office inner circle. The outcome of Lewis knowing Mike’s secret can create some tenseepisodes come this winter. It will be surprising if Jessica allows Lewis to blackmail her into placing his name on the door. If he is named a partner, he willwin one long-held pursuit and lose the relationships that he said he caredabout. The relationship that he will create will be just like the one Jessica and Harvey had with Daniel. Just as one commenter stated it will be Pearson Specter versus Litt. I don’t believe that he will be able to use that knowledge as continued leverage for an extended period. Once he doesn't report that Mike isn't a law student graduate, he toowill become a guilty party covering up a secret just like the others.
It's Louis not lewis..
i think Ali will frame emily formurder
Wow...just wow. What an intense episode. In a way, I'm really glad that Louis found out about Mike as we get to quit playing the game of 'who knows about Mike's secret'. I get why he was so enraged- Jessica keeps forgiving Harvey for his mistakes, she even eventually forgave him for his plan to betray her with Darby and the one time Louis messes up (messes up big time but still), he's out. But it was awful to see Louis get his fury out on Donna- she really is his friend but that secret wasn't hers to tell. The confrontation between him and Jessica was brilliant. I've always admired Jessica for her drive and ambition and how she makes no excuses for her success but this time? You have to wonder how it would all end up if she just gave Louis those clients? It was the least she could do. The catch phrase for season 4 is 'The firm. Divided.' and in this episode it's really come to this. The name on the door may end up being 'Pearson Specter Litt' but in reality I think it will be 'Pearson Specter versus Litt'.
One of the best lines in the series. Was it original? This is a basic reimagining of Moses leading to the promised land but not being able to enter it. It is basically saying that a sacrifice can set the stage for greater things. It is the acknowledgment of one's role to play in a larger tapestry, where one is important, but not the central figure... not the real hero of the drama. While not exactly parallel, I see something similar in Atlas Shrugged: Eddie Willers to Dagney Taggert and eventually, Dagney Taggert to John Galt. Of course, the main thing in Doctor Who is that it's fun. On that count alone, I very much enjoyed The Day of the Doctor. One of my favorites.
If Daphne was the only character on the show I would never watch it. I can't stand her whiny selfish character I hope they change that or get rid of her. All of her story lines I just grit my teeth and watch past it. I mean she hated Angelo until about a week before his death and then is completely losing it over a man who she wasn't related too and was never around? I liked Angelo I just can't stand Daphne s storyline ever. She needs a character rewrite.
Face between Mona and Hanna is Lucas
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