Sons of Anarchy Season 7 Episode 4 Review: Poor Little Lambs

I think that the "calm" Jax displayed at Diosa was NOT calm. It was a storm brewing - on top of the storm he already had going on. He's IN SHOCK from losing his wife and then all the bloodshed and THEN the Diosa thing- and Colette-flirty-gurl is laying there dead. I think he just didn't outwardly freak out because it is becoming all too common for him to deal with the sh!t storms.

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OMG, I can't believe they are bringing Daniel Sharman on the show. He is amazing on Teen wolf.


I liked this episode right up to the last 10 minutes, then mheh... I like the characters, I like the setting, the COTW was ok but something overall was missing that I can't put my finger on. I hope they find whatever it is soon.

NCIS New Orleans Season 1 Episode 2 Review: Carrier

Scott Bakula built up enough goodwill from Quantum Leap to get me to watch at least one episode of any show he's in. Sadly, it's been hard to get any further than that. NCIS NO is yet another one. I hope it's successful for him but I'm not optimistic. This one is a yawner.


I love the episode! References to MacGyver and A-Team! Well done! Callen and Sam are the best part of the show for me.

The Mentalist Review: It's About Time

Roadrunner i wish the TM writers were as creative as you are - and even some others of us. I can see how that ring could symbolize everything that Jane is holding back and needs to still deal with. So a "killing Lisbon" close call event could work to finally free Jane of his demons. I think the problem with TM is that everyone involved in making the show cannot see it as real because of the constant retakes and generally messy process. But they make it real for us when we see it on the screen so we see the characters as real and the events as real, which gives us a different perspective, like knowing McCallister could not be RJ given everything the writers have shows us RJ to be. But they can't see that reality and that pulling an RJ out of the hat may seem OK to them from behind the scenes but not to us from in front. So we are heading for the last roundup and will the writers/actors see what Jane is really like and what he needs for his redemption? He has been through about a dozen years of total hell. That has to have some effect and cannot be easy to just dust off. Maybe a "kill Lisbon" close call is needed to shake him loose so he can relive the worst time in his life and give it a different outcome. Instead of reliving opening that awful bedroom door, he can finally close it. We have seen Jane go through that hell and it's real to us because we don't have crew members, cameras, boom mics, constant retakes, dialog rewrites and fake sets in the way. It's very real to us, but how can it be that to the writers and actors? They should make very effort to see how we see it and develop the plot accordingly.

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Miss ziva and tony' s relationship. If cannot get berback maybe thelas episode could. B ring them together. Not a Timcfan. Education ego. Prefer Gibbs and Tonytogether


My heart is broken! Tig likes his women with a little "something extra"! So much for my fantasies!

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He likes it ALL- Have faith and invest in condoms, lol!

Castle Season 7 Episode 1 Review: Driven

What about the documents Rick was bringing from the city regarding Kate's annulment and their marriage license? Have they been found? Were they with his tux, which I might say was in pristine condition considering he had been in a car accident? Does this mean they have to revisit with Rogan again?

The Vampire Diaries Season 6 Poster

I am sooo excited about Alaric being back. I just love him. That was one of the most tragic deaths on TVD. Plus I soo know Bonnie and Damon will be back, one way or another. There is no TVD without Damon Salvatore. Ofcourse.
Plus Rose's death from S2 was very heartbreaking and it ahow cased a different side of Damon<3
Elena's death was very beautiful and emotional at the end of S3, not because she died but because of Stefan's and Damon's reaction and helplessness and acting. And ofcourse because Alaric died.
And OMG when Stefan died in the second last episode. Uffff.... That was sooo shocking and heartbreaking and soo damn well directed. Amazing. The scene, the song, Bonnie being sorry and Caroline crying. Amaaaziinng.