I thought King's treatment of the boys was out of character. He is more of the fatherly nurturing type and showed no sympathy for them whatsoever.
Amazon has the Bosch Series on Prime. Titus Welliver plays Harry Bosch, LA Detective and the first series is based on one of MichaelConnelly's novels.
I love Hilarie Burton, and she does have amazing chemistry with Ioan Gruffudd. They need to make her a regular, and Henry's girlfriend. I signed a petition last week to save Forever, and if anyone else wants to do the same here is the link. http://www.thepetitionsite.com...
Pretty good episode; the entire series is a flashback/character build of Saul Goodman's universe, so why quibble? I think you have a problem with the con itself - awful lot of effort for 80 bucks, even in the Clinton years. Perhaps you hoped his name would be something developed in the "real time" of the series, not several years in its past? Explaining what exactly is Chuck's condition is taking too long, making the show drag. They got to the point very quickly in BB, so the viewer could concentrate on WW's reasoning and actions. Same with Nacho's motives - what would possess him to double-cross someone like Tuco for any amount of cash!? Left as is, makes Nacho seem two dimensional.
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I'm a big NCIS fan, but I'm having a problem getting behind this version. New Orleans lacks the character chemistry, pacing, and wit that make the original and LA versions so captivating. If New Orleans wasn't programed to follow the original, I wouldn't watch it at all. The ME and her assistant are enjoyable when on screen; however, the rest of the cast is just bland. Perhaps the addition of CGIS Agent Abby to the cast would light a fire under the show.
I agree. Besides Sebastian and Loretta, I like Pride. He is interessing. But Brody and LaSalle are kinda boring and has no chemistry with the rest of the cast. And the acress playing Brody is not very good.They really need a new agent. I like Abby Borin but not full time. Once or twice a year is enough. I would prefer a new agent unknown from earlier.
Brody is my least favorite, but you are right--LaSalle is also boring. Pride has the potential to be interesting, but if he has no one to play off he starts looking as colorless as the rest. I like Abby Borin because she has some wit and energy--and a couple of weeks ago her final comments to Pride suggested that perhaps the powers behind the show were setting the stage to bring her on board.
I also like Borin but after seing her twice on NOLA and once on NCIS this season, I found her too be a bit much. I would prefer someone new. But then again, anyone else on the show would be nice.
Agreed. And I think the shows survival depends on it!
Hooked on this show!! While I'm a breaking bad fan also, this show has taken on a new dynamic using my personal favorite character (Saul). Interested to see more bits and pieces of Jimmy as a misfit kid. Can't wait to see how the relationship with Mike forms and I'm very curious about Chuck and this 'condition'. Something had to have happened to put him in that position so that'll be interesting to learn more about.
I kind of like the idea of Ickubod and Abbie together because of their cemistry but the writers might want to hold off of that for a while yet. I watch Casile and the writers didn't put the main characters together until a little while ago. I think Sleepy Hollow should maybe take a cue from that, if the show continues. I'm not sure who could be the shows evil person. I hope this show dose continue though.
About time. There is no reason why either Martha and Alexis are still at the Loft given Castle's wealth. The less we see of a woefully dressed ageing woman with bad manners the better. Only an idiot would go to Mars given the time involved and the cost. Miller as she showed in the AU Version simply doesn't understand simple economics. 2001 by a country mile. I would like the writers to give us some substance for a start instead of superficiality. Have Beckett having trouble getting trouble. Have them go to a specialist and then find out the pregnancy wil take time because she has been on the pill for almost 20 years. Everything. It started with Bad manners being shown as being funny. It was simply a very bad episode. I guess you could argue Miller showed what being a bad father and son is like.No writer knows how to write Castle as child like. It is always childish. Just give it away please. The credits. The episode had finished
I know I'm going to regret this, but I have to ask. Why do you keep watching a show you dislike so much, never mind search out reviews and leave comments? Wouldn't you be happier doing something you actually enjoy?
In the hope of seeing a good episode. I do not dislike the show merely the poor writing. We might just see an episode which ranks with those of seasons 1-4. We have had three and a half this season.I don't apologise for having high standards. I should add I have been here since season 5. Of all the people who made the Watershed episode comments so much fun (and so large) I am the only one left. I do find that interesting and disturbing
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That's YOUR OPINION. Some of us still love the show and happen to think it's still great. I always laugh when people come on here and criticise the writing...have you ever written for a TV show? Ever been judged on your writing? No? Then kindly hold your opinions.
Yessss! No more Kai.
I don't blame everyone for not being sure but it is the beauty of this show. This reminds me of the stories back many years ago about changing time in the past and how Destiny resists minor change and by the time the waves reach the final point they are damped out. Sort of reverse of the Butterfly Effect. Anyways I look forward to what they are going to give us each week.
Totally agree with you!
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