Oh my gosh!!!! I'd have thought that this episode might focus more on Walter/Paige than Happy/Toby. And while there was focus on both couples, I was happy that there was more movement for "Quintis"!! I can totally see and get why Happy is reacting the way she is, but I'm also thrilled she's trying (even a little) to move forward in this. Can I get an "amen!" for Sly!!! And by the way, does anyone wonder where Ralph is for this? There was one case where Paige mentioned she needed to call the babysitter for Ralph, then Toby and Happy watching Ralph in "Love Boat", but is he with a babysitter all the time? Or is there an afterschool program where he just stays till his mom comes back (whenever that is)? Little random, but still...
Quintis is from their last names, Quinn and Curtis.
I mean, I like the character and think the child actor is quite good, but I kind of wish they'd incorporate him more, like they did with "Love Boat". He wasn't the main storyline, but his storyline supported and was incorporated well into the overall episode. However, I wish he was in the show a little more; his appearance is like what CBS has been doing with airing "Scorpion" episodes - off and on, hit or miss.
Wait, I'm missing something, where does "Quintis" come from? I agree with the rest. Where do they tuck away little Ralph when Paige goes on these excursions? I don't actually miss him though. I'm not sure if it's the child actor, or the writing, or what, but I don't find him all that interesting. Maybe because it takes time away from Toby and Happy, the Rhett and Scarlett of the science world.
I agree. For some reason I don't feel all that connected to him, and maybe it's because he's not around enough. I'm totally caught up in the kid who plays Bruce Wayne in Gotham; maybe it's the amount of screen time that makes the difference.
Thank you! I forgot they even had last names. I never would have made the connection. It does make them sound like a Roman commander, but it beats Hoby or Tappy.
I still haven't figured out why it is necessary for Paige to accompany the team on these missions. I can see her place at the office (sort of) but not in the field. She has no special skills that add to the solution and she has to leave Ralph behind every time she goes. I think the writers are trying too hard to incorporate her into every episode...and yes I know that she has star billing. Her character spoils the show for me. It is very unrealistic.
Sylvester's becoming quite the action hero these days, isn't he?
who ever wrote this do you actually watch the show? Mr Montgomery ? Meredith ?? Andrew Campbell ? who ever big A is has been in the show since season 3, Andrew is a red herring at the moment, Meredith no chance, we know Alison blackmailed Mr G about his affair but hes not A , he wouldn't try to attack his own daughter , try to kill his own son and set his daughter up for murder. Holbrook cant be A he only come in the season 4 premier the same as tanner. Mike , Melissa, Lucas, Jason and wren all disappear for months at a time Paige has been missing for some time. BTW noel has never dated Melissa he dated Mona and Jenna and had a brief thing with Aria
Nicholas Brendon is the name actor's name who played Xander in Buffy.
Unfortunately the staff's cluelessness is very realistic. Not everyone experiences PTSD the same way and therefore do not exhibit the same symptoms. Most people do not feel comfortable talking about it, even when they might suspect that a coworker or loved one has it. I would say that's even less so when that person is a boss. I'm really glad the show decided to take on the subject of PTSD and how it can affect anyone, no matter what job they have...
The worst: The Originals's Klaus and Hayley. Way to ruin a show that was destined to be among the greatest! About best: I like Juliette and Avery's because wow! it was plot twist when everyone thought it was Jeff's. Lola and Francis's made a parallel from Henry - Diane and don't even make me talk about Amy and Rory. River being their daughter was genius.
This was by far the most unpredictable episode of this series.I totally didn't see Miranda getting killed. Even though she was arguing quite violently, Lord Ashe should have shame on himself for betraying her twice, with the second being the steal of her life. I really can't stand him, hope Vane crushes him. Poor Randall, I mean, that guy was so nice. Flint and Vane partnership will be amazing. Eleonor beind captured took a bit of my heart at the end (as if it wasn't pumping violently because of all that went on). I'm predicting next episode Vane will save Flint and Max and her partners will get the gold. If Flint and Vane don't get to Eleonor before she arrives in London, I guess it'll be for the next season, unfortunately. Maybe it'll be about saving Eleonor and Flint's revenge. Anyway, the best episode of the season. It made me hold my breath quite a few times, really well written with great acting, I can't help but notice a GREAT evolution since the season 1.Now fellow pirates, let's wait and see what ep. X holds to us.
Why can't anyone but me see Sammi's side! Don't get me wrong I love the Gallagher kids as if they were members of my own family, but I can't can totally relate to Sammi too! When she discovered Frank and the Gallagher kids she saw the family she always wanted but never had. She's crazy and annoying but all she ever really wanted was to be one of them. She tried time and again but they all pushed her away! Then when she has no where to go she moves in with Debbie, Carl and Liam and starts paying the bills, buying the groceries, and watching Liam because nobody else is. No one appreciates it. Then Frank and Carl get her innocent child arrested with heroin and everyone is furious with her for getting not so innocent Carl caught. Then Fiona cruelly says Chuckie wasn't going to have much of a future anyway (as if Chuckie's life is worthless because he's not smart, when in reality the same could be said about Carl!),then she tells Sammi to get out! I would resent the he'll out of Fiona for that! The Gallagher kids have each other, all Sammi has is Chuckie! It was obvious that she cares about Ian and she felt bad even while she was betraying him. But she had an opportunity to hurt them all the way she was hurt and she took it is! She isn't evil, she is damaged. Just like Frank. Just like the Gallagher kids. Just like most of us!! I think Deb will at least think she is pregnant in the near future! It's unrealistic that none of the kids have reproduced or had an abortion yet! Teen pregnancies are very common in the subculture they live in.
I get that Sammi wanted to be part of the Gallagher household but you can't force people to love you, every one of the kids made it clear that they didn't wanted or needed another sibling but still Sammi moved into their house. And not even because she wanted to be there for them but because she didn't have anywhere else to go. Granted she did watch Liam and kept the house running, and yes no one really appreciated that. But the fact is no one asked her to do those things, they showed her at every turn that she wasn't exactly welcome but still she chose to stay. And let's not forget that she SHOT Frank, in front of her underage son and siblings because daddy wouldn't tell her he needed her while she's a grown ass woman. If she wasn't so focused on getting Frank's attention, maybe she would have noticed that Carl is always up to no good an therefor not a particularly good influence on her son. That being said, the actress who plays Sammi needs a Emmy ASAP because sometimes I forget that she's only a character and not a real person lol
I agree with pretty much everything you said about Sammi. That's just it, she was desperate to be loved, desperate to belong! I'm not defending what she did. I'm just saying I understand why she did it. She's no better or worse than any of the Gallagher clan who have all done the wrong thing a time or two. She's not evil. She doesn't deserve to die for it like some of the "fans" are hoping for! Oh yeah! I occasionally get reminded that they are not real !!
Agreed. I think Sami's character and actions are awful but she is suffering like the rest of them. As a mother (and as terrible of a mother as she is) it must be brutual to see your naive, low IQ innocent son fall victim to a complete sociopath. Her lashing out is a reflex similar to that of an injured animal. I love the show but the downfall of all of these characters is that they act on feelings or impulses and never stop to think things through. Two wrongs never make a right but Sami is no better or worse than any of the Gallaghers.
I'm so glad someone else can see that! I was beginning to think that I am the crazy one! :)
Angie, I agree with you about the killer. I was expecting it to be the woman who owned the restaurant. That other girl just came out of nowhere and it felt so manufactured. Just didn't fit.And Christine, yes, that was absolutely my favorite line of this episode!
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I liked the first show. The second show? Boooring and weird.
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