Wow! This review mentioned nothing about the Calzona scene we got nor the great cafeteria scene.
Jaime King is so stunningly beautiful. She stole every scene she was in tonight. The character of Lemon was just so hurt and fragile, and yet incredibly strong at the same time. It was amazing to watch. I love how Lavon was there for her and rather then adding to her worries, he gave her the freedom to be her, it actually brought a tear to my eye. I also still like the comic relief of the banter between Zoe and Lemon, and how Zoe just sort of accepts Lemon's bitchy little quips now with a shoulder shrug. Shelby was at her best tonight and Magnolia was slightly more mature then usual. I would still like to hear the mama's reason for abandoning her daughters... it's pretty hard to imagine why, or how Lemon can forgive her. I found it quite moving to hear Magnolia say, 'Lemon you're the only mother I ever really had.' It does sum up how much the mum left them. I actually thought the Wade storyline was sweet. Goofy but funny. they needed the happy comic relief storyline, Zoe and Wade don't always have to be in full drama mode. I don't really buy AB and George's chemistry to be honest. When I remember the scenes with him and Zoe in season 1... well it just feels a bit forced to me... but it's ok. If it means Lemon and Lavon finally have a turn I'll settle. I do prefer George and Tansey though, even though I think that that is well and truly done to death now. A really nice episode and good review :)
The scene between Donna and Harvey was just beyond cheesy. Here is a man who is good with women and who doesn't just confess his feelings out like that and suddenly he's pouring out his feelings like a little girl and running around trying to be her white knight. Don't get me started on Louis acting like a wuss and almost crying after hugging because he was afraid he would go to jail. The whole episode seemed like a wet dream for whomever wrote the episode. I dislike it when shows start off good but start to spend too much time on "shipping". It makes it too much like a soap opera.
This week was directed by William H. Macy and I think the "corny" storylines were played down a little so that was appreciated, thanks Bill. I still love Mickey and Noel Fisher continues to suck me in. I'm ready to get on board with Gus, but like the writer I need more story to who he is. Steve/Jimmy/Jack went from being her soul mate to being such an arrogant prick, I really hope it is the last time we see him.
Tina and Alex are the best part of this series.Right now I am just wondering what the odds are that Michelle sleeps with David on the overnight trip. Don't really care for Michelle's character as the season progressed. Brett's behavior was similar to that of Michelles last week, yet he's the bad guy.Everyone now seems to be aware that something may be going on between Michelle and David and it looks as though Alex is warning Brett about it in the finale next week. We also see party and shots in the bar followed by Michelle reclining in bed. Will she make that selfish mistake? Or will she attempt to only to be shut down by David because he's a good, moral guy? Or will Brett call or show up in the nick of time? I have enjoyed this show, right up until they started the possible affair story line. If they close the season finale, next week with Michelle cheating, I for one will not be returning for the second season.I am excited to see the results of Alex's last ditch attempt to proclaim his love of Tina and her response next week.
This episode was so worth the wait.
Was there a Great Depression in England? Or do they mean The Great Depression in America will affect England? And wouldn't the next historical event be WW2, we already had the German Brown Shirts gang mention this season. And we Atticus as part of the family now, therefore we have a connection to the Jewish population in europe. Overall, I liked this episode. LOVED ALL the new characters especially Atticus. And Edith seems to be getting a new and nice guy. I will miss Tom. :)
Well the Great Depression officially stared in America in 1929. It did affect England in the 1930s and was called The Great Slump. The finale ended in 1924 so I am wondering if Downton Abbey would make that kind of time jump or if it would be something we got to by mid-season. World War II is even farther away than the Great Depression. I really hope we get to see these events unfold and would be excited to see what are characters are up too then.
i'm sorry. i love this show. the outfits! the castles! the absolute ridiculousness of having to dress to the nines every night for dinner with the family! it was a bit quieter this season but still great! i hope matthew goode is the new love interest for mary. he's a cutie. i think lord grantham may have a heart attack or something next year. anyway, january is a long way away but looking forward to it.
I was SUPER excited to see The Good Wife, back!!! The episode was AWESOME and AMAZING!!! Is it just me but I think that they are taking this election for state's attorney to shoe Alicia where she belongs and that is at the firm. At least I hope so. Because I mean Florrick, Agos, & Lockhart won't be and isn't the same without Alicia. I am so HAPPY that The Good Wife is back and can't wait for next Sunday!! ;) :)
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