It was SMART for her to get rid of the car??? Honey, the company car is only "hers" as long as she works for the company. I'm also sure it would have use restrictions. For example, joy-riding across country for a getaway would probably be forbidden. I'm surprised a savvy guy like Leonard didn't point these things out.
So she should have two cars then? - Three cars if you count Leonards, you know her fiance to be. No she did the smart thing and sold the car, it only became a big deal thanks to that moron.
Tonight my wife and several of her girlfriends will also get to preview the next couple of episodes of the affair. My wife is really more into the series than I am. Noah, in my opinion, is not really a person I can relate to. He is, in many ways, the prototypical schmuck. He may love his family, but in many ways is a complete jerk. Helen is a dominant, nice, woman. She is in many ways, a real keeper. Alison would not be my choice of mate for a multitude of reasons, Chief among them, is my feeling that there is no real soul there. She obviously bears a strong resentment against her husband for his ability to endure the loss of a child. What is developing is an affair, which I am guessing will be partially blamed on her needing to cope with the loss of her kid. That seems a good reason to potentially destroy two families. Yes, in this scenario, we have upped the ante to two selfish individuals getting ready to hurt a lot of people. I am hoping that because Alison is using her maiden name, that ultimately we learn that she has been thrown to the curb by her husband. From what we have seen so far, neither spouse, Helen or Cole, has deserved what is coming. It would be refreshing to see some form of deleterious result to the principal players from participating in an affair. I am pulling for Helen, to put Noah on the street, sans family. I believe he deserves Alison. Let the two of them deal with their inner demons.
You are right. I forgot.
Not a spoiler but Noah tells the detective he has to get home to his wife. Thinking whatever happened, Helen is still there. Maybe she evened the score with one of Coles brothers.
I'm in total agreement with everyone else about the wonderful scenes with Castle and the kids, but I also want to mention one other aspect that I really appreciated. I thought the way they handled the 'B' story with Alexis going overboard to care for her dad, was very well done. When Kate first mentions it as being a bit much, Castle doesn't think much of it, but Kate has a better perspective and after a second round of coddling, even he sees that it's not healthy. I liked that he was willing to address the issue head on with Alexis and not just wait for time to heal things. That kept it from becoming an issue between Kate and Castle, and Alexis was allowed to feel validated but made to see that she needed to move on. The contrast in this episode between Castle being a kid himself with the school children and then being a wise dad with Alexis, showed the depth of his character.
Jane the virgin "best new show this season"... is missing somthing, best new show this season for braindead teenagers...
How nice a new troll!
Whew! You have been very active. I have been caught up on some other matters and have not been able to post although I have read your interesting comments. BTW,according to Kramer, from Seinfeld, he could fake it. After 773 comments, I have to say that next season better arrive sooner than later or we will all have a nervous breakdown. While I think everyone has a valid point of view and have supported their positions with good inferences and facts, I still believe none of us are going to change their position until the other secrets are revealed next year (and you know they are going to be juicy).In a nutshell, I still think Neil and Grace both made mistakes when they chose to go down that path of infidelity but they're both human and humans make mistakes (I have so many that I never bother to count them). I think the reasons/motivaions behind their decisions to engage in extra-marital sex is secondary to the decision that both will have to make. Do they still love each other and are they willing to work towards reconciliation (which will require commitment and therapy)? if they are both willing to commit to reconciliation at some point, then they'll be able to examine each other's reasons/motiovations for their bad choices. If they don't do that then they can't solve the problems that led to theinfidelity in the first place. While I don't like to be judgmental, I think both are at fault and I have explained many times that I think Neil's loss of touch with his marriage and Grace played a big role in her bad choices. I don't see Neil as a cuckold. I think he's doing what he thinks is right to make sure that Grace and he reconcile. Sure, he wasn't happy to find her calling Simon or about the parking ticket but he knows that being confrontational at that time is just not going to work..Think Mateo's parents. Let's trust Jablonski and Neil to do what needs to be done in order for Grace and Neil to reconcile. I have already admitted that under those circumstances I would probably also not be confrontational if I thought I would lose my wife as a result (assuming I still wanted to be with her and thought I could work things out until the time we were both ready to talk about it) I promise I'm also not a cuckold. LOL. I looked this morning and they are still there. Sometimes, to be with the person you love, you have to give it time to heal and sometimes you need to take a more active role in healing it.
I see Kalinda being killed by Bishop.
On another subject; is NCIS having a problem? The USA channel and CLOO keep going off the air during NCIS marathons. It's really frustrating, and both channels are still off today. Please tell me this won't affect our new episode tonight.
An extra 3 seasons of this crap?Banging head on table..
I too hope Hook tells Emma soon as in the next episode or at least in 2 episodes. Why Hook did you make that deal?
I loved all the Hetty scenes - especially when she popped out from the row in the plane. So funny. I confess I'm getting a bit tired of Callen's attitude to Granger and his rudeness to the man whenever he doesn't like what Granger is doing. I'd like to see a bit more subtlety in these scenes rather than continually going back to Callen stomping off and doing what he wants to do. And please, give us a Deeks storyline. We've had four episodes and he and Kensi have been nothing but window dressing for the Sam and Callen show. I'd like to see the writing and storylines a little more balanced. But the outlines for the next few episodes still seem to be Sam and Callen focussed. As for Nate showing up, he's become a very one dimensional character with that 'caring psych persona' and I'm finding him a trifle annoying. I wish they'd write him with a bit of life in him. I did generally enjoy the episode, especially that ending with Hetty's "Oops.
I am also impatiently waiting for a juicy, dramatic Deeks storyline. I understand that the showrunners want to push their big names (COD, LL, Linda Hunt) to get them started in the new timeslot, but it's becoming a turn off for me. Don't get me wrong - I like all their characters. But I watch for Deeks, and an episode like this one where he has basically nothing to do holds no interest for me. This show works better when it's an ensemble show rather than a Sam/Callen buddy show with a bunch of "other guys" in the background.
I agree. Callen acted like a spoiled brat towards Granger. It was unprofessional and I agree we need Deeks back story
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