I was particularly impressed with the revelation of Raina's power. All that time she was trying to get close to "The Clairvoyant" in the first season, only to turn out to have precognitive powers herself, was a really nice twist.
^This! Me too. Its being set up for so long impresses me with the storylines depth.
Complaining that this show is on a weekly broadcast schedule as opposed to being presented all at once by a streaming service is not a particularly valid complaint.
My thoughts exactly. Will we have to go through this nonsense again when AKA Jessica Jones drops? Probably. Should we tolerate it? Hell no.
The best we can do is just ignore the invalid criticism, and support AoS by watching it in a timely manner.
Personally I think felicity after keeping Olivers secret from ray is too loose lipped with other people's secrets. I think she should have called and asked Barry if she could tell ray his secret. I think she has become to weak willed in season 3 of arrow from the strong opinionated person she was. She doesn't know Ray as long and is way to trusting with other people's secrets especially after everything they have gone through
Yes, why did no one address this? It's like no biggie that Barry is the Flash, yet poor Iris is being kept in the dark.
Thanks for the review. It's seems to me that the title " We are never getting back together "applies to the writers of last season and this season. I get that this is MTV, but the writing is really slipping and the acting seems off compared to last season.The whole Crash, Elizabeth and Max crap is just too over the top. Wish the actor playing Crash would stop with the stupid sh..eating grin constantly.David does seem to make alot I of stupid choices but Elizabeth is really starting to become one of my least favorite characters. Her 3 year affair with Kyle was just exposed a month ago, in story timeline, yet isn't even a thought now? David has become nothing more than the cuckold husband and father.
I love that Ryan is losing his mind but winning the battle of wits. It is so fun to watch the wheels spinning in Joe's head... great performance.
I thought Major was in that body bag. Guess not.
I was hoping he wasn't either lol
I absolutely thought that too! Phew!
Gosh so did I !!!! But nope, this time around !
Just a filler episode in my view. and I think the writers need to do a bit better. Just why was Diane Neal's character in this episode? The story had nothing to do with the Coast Guard--so why was she there? Don't get me wrong--I like her character fine--in the right story--and this wasn't one. Perhaps they are considering adding her as a series regular? ........ And then there's the Chinese spy---I guess we're just supposed to think she was sent back home......... At least we have Steven Weber's character coming back to look forward to before the end of the season.............
I really enjoyed this episode. I was also glad to see that Bishop was given some on the job training and some decent character development. I thought it had been odd that it was mentioned in her early days that she had been a deployed analyst in the Middle East but there had never been any follow up by the writers. And for those saying that they don't understand how her friend got killed since they were an analyst like her... Her friend Taj was an interpreter, and could and would have left the base (please see the "I got your back" scene between Bishop and Gibbs if you need clarification.)
There was follow up when she was shown to have profiled Parsa in season 11.
I meant other than the Benham Parsa storyline. Would have helped if I'd typed that though!! :)
No, she forgot about her deployment as well as all her training and language skills, until now.
You don't have to be deployed to profile Parsa.
You don't do on the job training in the battlefield. No serviceman in the US military learns in the battlefield. They get trained before. That's Gibbs being a bad boss.
The bullpen scene with Bishop, McGee and Palmer all talking about how great McGee looked was just awful. It was put in for comedy, to make Tony squirm. Add in Palmer being caught making fun of Gibbs again. Typical NCIS writer humor. Just not funny.
Tony has a history of doing far worse things to his coworkers. A gentle joke on him is refreshing. McGee is just making up for the past. If you are a new viewer, get a hold of the old episodes, seasons 1-10.
Let's face it, they were always going to find baby Lou- Lou, which is a good thing. Too many children go missing every year that are never found, and NCIS: NOLA was not going to be the show that slams that sad reality home.A few things:- I found most of this episode mundane. I never really connected with it until about the last 8 minutes, when we got the who and why of the abduction, which led me to...- Did everyone else's heart break a little for Anne when she had to hand over the baby? SIDS is so terribly unfair to all involved. You can do everything right, but one morning you wake up to find your baby dead in his or her cot, with no reason. It's completely understandable that this breaks some people...- Does anyone else think that Abigail Borin needs her own spin- off? I'd watch CGIS! But this character was ill- used in this episode. It's seems like the writers knew that three quarters of this episode sucked and wrote her in to try to counteract this!- In general, IMO the writers need to do better.
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