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!
I think she was overly tolerant to let Nora babysit! That would have ticked me off to no end. Alicia is a grown woman, in her own apartment, running her own business. To give her a 1950s chaperone is just beyond the bounds of reason. I kind of loved the Jason / Alicia vibe. JDM is just getting better as he gets older. He's really moved on from "helpless Denny"!
why is it that if an episode is never as crazy action-packed as you would have wanted, you hate the episode? Everytime, this is the review when it focuses on characters and doesn't have some tense, crazy and wild action sequences (even though this episode DID have that, just not for the whole episode) so tired of it. Can't TV Fanatic get someone else to review these episodes?
If you don't like this review or the person writing the review there are many, many more out there to which you can take part in.............
Deanna is dead. You don't recover from a bite like that. The question is rather, will she cameo once more before the end. Though they did give her a good death so it's not really needed. I get that you are still salty over the Glenn thing. Though he was never in any danger IMHO. They dropped enough hints to that in the "death" scene. Its time to just take a chill pill over it. He is out lord and saviour after all. I totally agree with you about the zombie-camouflage. The writers whip that out as a get out of jail free card when it suits them. About Sam and Ron, didn't you know? there is a unwritten rule that there always has to be at least one idiot-kid on the show at all times. The writers are simply compensating for the lack of it in a few episodes by giving us MORE.
Your last paragraph is especially true: the first season the requisite "dumb kid" was Carl. I kept hoping that he'd get a bite taken out of his ass at some point, since all he managed to do for several episodes way back when was put everybody in danger by doing the exact opposite of what his father told him to do. Now the dipshit front-runner is Ron; however, why Carl is still covering for him is anyone's guess. Doesn't wanna give up the crown just yet, I suppose. As for Sam, his cheese just done slid off his cracker and, since he's becoming more of a hindrance than a help, if our hapless heroes have to go back out into the world, then he'll probably quite conveniently get killed off ere long. Last week I ranted about Enid and her idiocy, and this week it's the Ron-n-Sam saga. It begs the question: why does this show have to depict anyone under the age of 21 as utter imbeciles?
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Same exact thought here. As for your last point: Realism :) jk
They are not coming back until February so you will have a long wait.
I hated that they used Oded Fehr as a bad guy! Ack! I love him and in this show, I loved to hate him. Still uncertain as to whether they let all of Team Alex know that the "guilty" verdict was a sham, or whether Alex is going to get screwed by this. I was touched by her rescuing Liam from himself and irked that he ever actually thought she was a traitor in the first place!
He seems to be in every show as a CIA or FBI guy! He used to be in Covert Affairs too.
I LOVED him as Eyal on Covert Affairs! I was a huge Annie/Eyal shipper. He also just showed up recently on the Blacklist - got killed there, unfortunately.
Spoilers! (kidding. I'm caught up on Blacklist)And yes, I remembered he popped up somewhere recently too but couldn't remember where.
Someone needs to just give him his own show! Somehow it's always a bridesmaid, never a bride.
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