I really loved the show. I felt that Garrett might have known him in some personal way. Ride alongs happen all the time so i just assumed it was Frank who had the issue with him being a journalist. As for the offer, I don't think Frank told him to give him an offer. I thought the guy asked permission to do that and Frank didn't want to prevent giving Garrett that chance. I enjoyed the Garrett/Frank story.
Seriously?? I watched both seasons n couldn't wait for the 3rd season to start and here u go and cancel it??? Whats wrong with tv stations today??? You cut all the good shows and replace it with crappy worthless ones!!! BRING BACK EXTANT!!
When are they going to dump Maggie? She adds nothing to the show.
I thought the same thing about Lorenzo. When he told Danny about the 9mm gun I thought maybe he set the whole thing up and paid someone to do it so he could get a scoop. But since he really wanted to go into the building with Jamie and Eddie and not wait in the car that he probably didn't set it up. I did like the way the shooter was arrested, too bad they had to let him go, thanks to Lorenzo. Would have been nice if he could have flown off the roof along with Lorenzo. Now they have to find him again and it won't be easy, probably won't fall for any more fake outs. I also was happy to see that they are finally dealing with Linda's shooting. I was wondering when or if they would. I think that is the first time a family dinner was ever interrupted by a phone call.
Danny would get calls all the time at dinner
Danny's phone calls must not be as big of a distraction to me as Frank's was last night. But then again the whole dinner scene between Linda's outburst and Frank's phone call, seemed to be more chaotic than usual.
What kind of plane was it???....also liked Brody's hair when it was short.
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When I was watching this episode, I lol'ed at one of the lines of dialogue that you quoted in the article, since Meagan Good pronounced it "catastropically" — which, frankly, doesn't give me great confidence in the actor's intelligence. It's like hearing supposedly smart characters say "nuke-yoo-ler"... but hey, maybe it was a slip of the tongue.
To be honest, I loved the show's season 7 premiere more than any of the previous ones. Its fun, dark & different. They are finally getting into the "Supernatural" groove which FYI involves everyone- right from heretics to vamps to town witches ;) The actors gave stellar performances & as for the newcomers.. we gave 6 seasons for all the existing characters to develop, didn't we? So is it right on our part as viewers to expect the exact same effect from these Heretics in their first officials 42 min?? I think they'll blast off our screens with suspense and stir us up as the show progresses. Kudos to them for starting off so well :)Plus, how many shows bounce back in such a fantastic way after losing their lead.. Not many. But our TVD survived in the best possible way. I was super impressed with Damon, Stefan, Blondie & BonBon. They're anchor the show. This is a request to all of you all out there; give this show some time and mark my words.. The Vampire Diaries Season 7 Will Be Something That The CW Network Will Be Most Proud Of :)Till next time:) P.S. I miss Nina/Elena too, really do. But its not all bad without her. Bottom line TVD Without Elena Gilbert>=TVD With Elena Gibert :)
After I saw some older episodes on tv I had to buy dvds to really follow. I so love the shared looks between Castle and Backet. So casual, so direct, so telling, so hopeful. When I saw the scene as Castle whisperred "I so wish I could kiss you right now" my heart melted...as he offered his hand to express his longings. I felt endlessly soft and devote to LOVE...
CSI even with the quality of episodes not up to par with the peak years still would have been a wiser show to keep of the twp CSI shows left. Cyber just stinks. CBS puts the shows they don't want anymore to Sundays at 10 (CSI Miami, CSI, probably Cyber). When they kept preempting shows last year and then cut the number of episodes I had a feeling the death knell was sounding. The weakest point of the show was Laurence Fishbourne who just seemed out of his element. At least Ted Danson made the show watchable again and I could believe in his character more. I hope people weren't surprised by the Nick and Findlay omissions. Both made it clear they would not be back. George Eads more so with his actions. At least a finale was given so that I give CBS credit for. Hoping beyond hope but a special episode would be nice if they can get the cast together again. Thanks for letting us follow the evidence all these years!
I thought all the episode was funny. Lily might not have many lines because she has probably started school now, and they might be trying to cut back on her involvement in the show slightly to give her some token chance at a bit of a normal childhood. I actually really liked seeing Mitch and Jay bond. I know they stereotype Dylan a lot but I found it really entertaining, especially seeing Phil and then Claire snap. I don't think Luke has been giving a stereotype teenage identity at all. The fact he would ditch two college girls to stay with his sister is saying a lot for his family values. I thought the episode was super cute. Maybe a little stereotyped, but I mean it's Modern Family, that's how it rolls
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