Personally I believe your 3,5 rating was too high - The only time I laughed was when they watched the van burn, the rest was just embarrassing to watch. That over 15 million still watching this is beyond me, I watch this illegally and I'm only doing it by habit at this point. This show is beyond FUBAR
I don't get why Bishops gets so much grief for going in without backup. How many times over the years hasn't Gibbs, Tony or McGee (or Ziva) done that?
Hell season 10 that what led to Vance wife getting killed
To be honest, I think it's pretty dumb when they do it, too. Anyway, I think it's especially frustrating in this particular instance with Bishop because she knew that back-up was on the way and would be there in minutes. At that point, there was nothing to lose by waiting and very little to gain by going in a few minutes early. To make matters worse, she left her phone behind, thus depriving herself of her only means of communication with her team.
Consider that Bishop maybe, maybe weighs all of 100 pounds soaking wet and could no more fight off a 200+ pound man than she could Sasquatch. Ziva, who really wasn't much larger in build, at least had some skills; however, when she or any of the others have pulled that same bone-headed stunt, they were usually doing so because of some personal tie to the case. Bishop did it purely to show off, which means the writers deducted roughly 50 IQ points from her character. Truly smart people know, and accept, their limitations.
so much fun !!!
Agreed. Enjoying Brian's character when he gets to have fun, too.
Even though Tony and Senior seem to have taken their relationship to a better place, Senior is still not the grownup man that Tony has always needed in his life. Tony has matured more in his 40+ years than his father has in his 70+ years. Their roles have been reversed. Which left Tony as the Daddy Man to his irresponsible father. For a long time, Gibbs has been the grownup, the father in Tony's life. Now that Gibbs is getting older, we see Tony, a sensitive guy at his core, trying to take care of Gibbs. This is a very natural turn of events for a caring son or daughter. However, Gibbs is not accepting this role from Tony. This leaves Tony hurt and confused. When you saw Gibbs say, "Get off my back!", Tony was noticeably hurt. I think that right now this is why Tony does not want to be alone with Gibbs. In the past, Tony has taken the correction from Gibbs as a sign of his affection. He pouted when Gibbs didn't take him on assignment but chose McGee or Ziva or Bishop. Now, he doesn't know what he has done wrong. What Tony doesn't know is that it is a normal reaction of an older person to be a bit testy when a son or daughter wants to help. It doesn't mean that Gibbs doesn't love him. ( It would be nice for him to have a visit with Dr. Cranston.) I come from a large family.and have seen this play out more than once. Tony doesn't have any close family and he doesn't know what is going on.
It was a very good episode. I only watched snippets of The Mentalist, so I did not recognize Tim Kang. He did do a great job though, so CM made a good choice with casting.
sorry if someone else already mention it (too many comments), but have you heard what Kate told to Vikram at the beginning of the episode? “If this takes any longer, than Castle’s going to find out what we’re doing. And if he does, he’s going to step in, and he’s going to put himself in danger.” That's why she decided that the only way to keep him out of this investication, was to leave him, temporarily (as she said).
It sounds like the writers are making Kate so hateful that in a couple of more weeks the fans will be wanting Castle to tell her to take a hike. Maybe Meredith finally grows up and comes back to Castle and Alexis. She can't be any worse than Beckett at the moment. Then Beckett can live happily ever after all by lonesome.
I think it's Diggle. Or Lyla. It's not Laurel because Katie Cassidy is too highly billed in the credits; it's not Thea because then Oliver would have no direct family left; it's not Felicity, much to some people's chagrin, because she is a fan favorite, tto much of a ratings draw, and controversial enough for the haters. That leaves Diggle. It would explain the vengeance vow and a single tear from Oliver. I would also like to think that Barry would be a little more upset if it were Felicity that died….and he wouldn't have missed the funeral. But off to a strong start!
I can't believe no one mentioned how gross it was when Hester stuck her finger in Mrs. Bean's leg! I'm still grossed out just thinking about it. I guess that's one thing to say about the show though, there aren't a lot of boundaries! I did love all the scenes between Hester and Chad, though. They're both totally twisted! Lea Michele really shined in this episode though. I actually loved that she took initiative and kicked that guy in the junk. But it did seem a little out of character for Chanel. It's hard to believe she was getting all upset about women being viewed as objects when she completely lets Chad objectify her and doesn't seem to care about people in general. And that's not me being a prude or anything, this is just who her character is. So it just seemed a little off base. It was fun to watch though. And I actually liked the scenes between Pete and Grace when they were dressed as Matthew and Kate. They looked great! And his McConaughey impression was fun! I don't know that the red devil was actually previously storing the bodies at this house, since Zayday had visited the house beforehand, along with the others, to check it out. It seems more like the red devil knew she was doing it there and set it up for everyone to see. It's strange though that people didn't question the absence of Boone's body, but I guess that's more believeable to go with their "suicide" story. And I guess the red devil doesn't care to take credit for it, or pretend credit rather since he's actually alive. The reveal of Gigi was intriguing, can't wait to see what that means in the future. Otherwise both Wes and the Dean have been acting rather suspiciously, I'm sure there will end up being another reason behind it, not that they're the killers - especially since the dean has a scene coming up where she, herself, will be attacked in the shower. It seemed lame to me for Grace to revolve this all around herself. Like why did this start happening right when SHE got there... What about Zayday? Or Hester? Or the other freshman? They ALL just got there. So it's a little ridiculous to assume it's all about her. I mean, I get the stuff with her mom, but that doesn't automatically mean she's the baby. I'm thinking she won't be now since that's the obvious assumption. It was all just a little annoying. And I'm not a hater on her, I don't really think she's always that boring. But overall, it was a pretty great episode, so it's really sad the show isn't doing well and will probably be canceled.
Amy, I could barely swallow after that leg scene. I was completely nauseated, especially because of how close Hester came to putting the finger in her mouth as she was flailing around. And, Hester is so gross it wouldn't have surprised me if she had done that. Oh. I'm gagging again. Just no. Barf!
I know, it grosses me out just thinking about it! The noises and everything it made, GROSS!! lol
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