the episode was amazing I have no idea why would one hated it the fight with morgan and carol was glorious been waiting for it from the first episode mm I don't know did it skip your attention that he had a knife glued to THE DOCTOR's neck the talk between deana and michonne was a huge character progression for michonne it was full of life in an episode full of death or soldiers of death - walkers - ron's drama is annoying but it's giving carl as a character the chance to shine so i'm willing to give it a pass I think e covered for him as if giving him a second chance it wasn't action packed yes but it had character growth so for me it was a great episode
So I admit it, I was late to the game. I had a friend tell me that I had no choice but to sit down and watch the awesomeness so I did and now I'm addicted. Can't seem to help the binge watching now
How does she explain the Syrian jet? How does she explain Carrie s name in the killbox? How does she explain shooting Quinn? Last but not least, since no one including Dar Adal has been told that Ivan is her source, why would a mole in CIA Berlin Station even matter?
what you said about Elias SAME here i'm loving him as a lawyer and yes the whole switching teams felt rushedthere was not much next to none Raina i'm sad Raina's my girl give her more to do all in all loved the episode
Agree with the review ...getting tired of Enid
i am thankful for the bad things coming to an end whether it's an arc ( Castle ) or a show ( the player ) and thankful John Noble too.
So in "the good wife" we have the political part and the lawyer one. She likes the lawyer part and doesn't like the political one. If only the writers could think of a way to get rid of Peter. If only ruth could find a new wife for him since a single can't be elected. The hypocrisy of the people handing Jason's file to him and being upset he has one on Alicia.How rude of them. Nora barging on them like she was running the show and ruining the mood was very upsetting.
Dark and powerful despite being kind of heavy-handed. Despite likely being a sociopath, the doctor is hot. Isn't it common knowledge that surgeons are usually of the narcissist-sociopath variety? Most importantly, Noah is a sloppy, pathetic, horny scumbag. I really hate it him. I don't think he's a good guy... I think he's as bad as his options. He wasn't a cheating jerk before simply because he didn't believe he could do it. He's not a bad father, but partnerwise, he has almost no redeeming qualities. He's not even very attractive. He's truly one of the most self-centered characters on tv. I was stunned to see Whitney in the hot tub... That was crazy. (That was an indoor pool, correct?) Noah's publicist seems to use sex and her looks to secure whatever suits her at the moment, and she's perfect for Noah since he can't keep his dick in his pants. Max is an obnoxious douche. I hope Cole can free himself from his pain... That was dramatic. I agree it's def is baby.
You didn't mention one of the funniest "wink wink nudge nudge" moments - when Pippi was referring to her mom with "and NOW Stella is getting her groove back?" And then Taye Diggs (the real reason the real Stella got her groove back!) shows up a few minutes later! I would frankly prefer the show WITHOUT all his physical problems and impending doom issues. Morris Chestnut is charming in the role of Rosie; it feels like they added artificial drama to add a sense of urgency but instead it just bogs it down for me. Who wants to get attached to a character who could die very soon? I just started watching this show (managed to get through quite a few of them on Hulu) a couple of days ago. Was entertained that Lorraine Toussaint was on the show as the mother of a pathologist, seeing how she played a medical examiner herself on Crossing Jordan! It was also interesting to see Lisa Vidal in the rather flamboyant role as Villa's mother - a far cry from her character as a detective in "The Division".
I was disconcerted upon seeing Michael Trucco's character with Eve, and it didn't take long to realize why - he very much resembles Jerry O'Connell, who was married to Rebecca Romijn for a few years! He was also on "Fairly Legal" for those of us who followed that show. John de Lancie also played Eugene Bradford on Days of Our Lives back in the day... so seeing these actors from way back was like old home week. Not big on the episode itself. They have definitely had better.
Jerry O'Connell briefly played Lancelot (i.e., young Dulaque) in the Season 1 finale; he stabbed Eve and got owned by Jenkins. :-D
LOL! That's funny. Hey, I thought that the two had divorced but am not seeing it online so perhaps they are one couple that has made it.
Yes, they are still married, so far as I was able to determine. :-) I also learned (in the land of odd and likely useless trivia) that Jerry O'Connell holds dual American-British citizenship!
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