I love Cote and the character that is plays.
I'm soooo happy Joan tossed Greg out and even more happy that she referenced his shitty actions in the past. I can't believe that the Grandma gave Sally a seconal, OMG started having Valley of the Dolls flashbacks!
Elena's father is played by JASON MacDonald, not JAMES
I, too, was extremely offended. It was entirely unnecessary. They have lost a fan!
Please keep csi miami and new your i think most agree when i say i'm sick of all this so called reality tv that is all the same.
Love your show! I am so happy that the return of Revenge is next.
If you look back Every since decemeber when Ziva became the foucs of the show again the ratings have gone down So I do not understand why CBS wont listen to both their fans and the actors who HATE tiva, Cote De Pablo is the only actress who contact is up at the end of the year I hope she does not get to come back
Such a disappointing episode. I was looking forward to understanding a little about what's going in Ziva's head, or how she's dealt with the Ray stuff, or who she used to be. Instead it was a lot of JLC (who I like but am sick of) and more emotional Tony scenes. Couldn't one emotional scene be given to another character?
I didn't notice much about the episode because I was too distracted with the 8th wonder of the world that is the breathrakingly gorgeous and supremely talented Matt Bomer. And the irony that Blaine of all people felt robbed of attention. I thought it was solid.
to explain "this is our home, Raylan" defined the theme for the season. A better ending would have been for Raylan and Boyd to team up as they did at the end of season one, along with Limehouse to battle Quarles, Duffy and some of the Detroit toughs in a major battle to save Harlan. It should probably have taken place in Nobles Holler. It should have ended with the strains of "You will never Leave Harlan Alive" sounding over Quarles' dead body. Instead, both sides degenerated into in-fighting. There was no victory, it was just sad. I don't get into a lot of TV shows. But this show was different. Now it's just going the way they all do sooner or later once the creators have lost their sense of it. I had hoped it would last longer. What I did like about Season 3 was the way they concentrated on a single storyline with multiple twists and turns rather than multiple minor sub-stories nearly every week that just scattered the energy of the main storyline. Justified isn't necessarily finished. It's definitely salvageable if Graham Yost can recapture his vision for it.
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