I think that Rebecca is twisted enough to have committed suicide. I mean THAT act would put a wrench in the whole game as these bodies keep piling up. I do wonder, however, what the reason/event/deal was that cause Sam to say that Frank "owed" him.This show leaves me amazed and breathless and I do not know how I am going to make it till fall. Shonda ROCKS!!!!!!!
I think it was rather simple: Cole arrived days after the event and was briefed by Aaron and Cassie. This information made Cole go back and change the outcome. Which meant that clueless Cole would still arrive days later, and they still had to brief him, because without the information, he wouldn't go back and everybody dies. Classic Bill & Ted loop ;-) However, even though Aaron and Cassie agreed to stick to the "script", Cassie couldn't help but sneak in a sad 'Goodbye', which means Cole is warned about his death and he will get out in time. So Cole will be back next week with a burning desire to visit 1987 ;-)
I've just now had the chance to watch this week's episode and was, once again, reminded of why I love it so much! Of course, there will be different cases and the focus has to shift from character to character, but Harvey is absolutely spectacular. For me, he's responsible for a huge part of the success of the show. A romance between him and Donna would definitely shake things up, but I'd love it if the show went that way. It would be challenging for sure.
I liked this episode. Was nice to break free of Blaine and Kurt. I like the new kids. Glee felt like glee this episode. The little boy was s bit over the top. But the jokes were good. Good chemistry good music and singing. Well done! Best this season except the premier two episodes.
you missed Supernatural. I don´t get why this crap is still on air.
I love Dainel Dae Kim and I really wanted to like this episode, what a huge disappointment. Whoever wrote this episode should never be allowed to write anything again. I could only find about 5 minutes to like. It was stupid not to just go and arrest the woman with the diamonds, she would turned on the store owner and they would have recovered the diamonds. They knew who the guy was so he wasn't going to get off the island. They wouldn't have had to been on a stake out, with was a failure, and the whole team could have staking out the shop and captured him when came back looking for the store owner, thus saving the lives of several Honolulu police officers. Considering the rate that Honolulu police that killed on this show I'm surprised their are any left.
I have to agree that while the deer hunter was not the worse episode, it did not have the same sense of creepiness as the season 1 baddies had . Since the Super Bowl eps the show hasn't really been the same. There wasn't enough Red time at all. Maybe the producers are trying to give Boone more time in front of the cameras with the hope her acting will improve. Well it isn't. Everyone else seems to be growing with their role except her. As far as the episode though I don't think Liz is afraid of losing Red. I think she knows he knew she had the fulcrum and figured maybe she could get some more info on her family out of him, before he got the fulcrum from her which he would have eventually. I know the producers don't read anything we say, but they really need to stop making the FBI looking like the keystone cops. It's getting stale. They should watch criminal minds over on CBS once in a while to see how the Feds really solve cases, or spend a few bucks and hire a real FBI consultant. All and all though I like Spader and the underlying premise of the show so I'll still watch and enjoy it.
I loved this show to begin with but this addition puts the topping on the cake. This has so much promise in making a survival story into a beautiful love story. for Lexa and Clarke, Raven and Wick and Lincoln and Octavia. It shouldn't be all mush and gush, but let's face it, the population has to grow again somehow and the alliance has to be solidified. Why not?
Since it seems that everybody's contract is up after this season, and I'm sure all the main characters are going to be looking for more money(especially Nathan Fillion) should it surprise anyone that maybe it's time for the Martha and Alexis characters to go so that there is more money for everyone else? Unless everyone is looking for outrageous money, there's no reason for this show not to be renewed. I'm used to the Comcast Cash Cow(NBC) crying poverty, but ABC certainly shouldn't be doing it. They have the hot new show of the year(How To Get Away With Murder) . The only thing I can think of is that they have a whole bunch of shows where lots of the stars are up for new contracts. It would be terrible for this show to be cancelled because there is more than a 50% chance it will be replaced by something inferior or worse. Since ABC seems to think that they can pull a new hot show out of their rear ends anytime they want, I don't have a good feeling that this show is coming back. I hope I'm wrong.
Absolutely the worst episode ever. I may really have to pass on watching this show ever again. The Steve/Dano scenes are so bad; the therapy and bromance need to go. The massacre of officers at the close of what little case there was should be in a Robocop movie, and then it was dropped and life was great at the beach?!!! Disgusting. My 8 year old grandson could write better episodes than we have seen lately. This show should either turn around and be the show it was in the first season, or it needs to go.
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