Glee, ugh hate that show!
the minute they said beignet all i could think was cafe du monde. i need to watch the whole episode over again because i'm still focused on how good cafe du monde is.
Christine, OMG, Cafe Du Monde. I love it! I just want to take a drive up to New Orleans just to go there. I'll be honest. This episode was so heavy emotionally, it was hard to really make sense of everything. For my first time out this was a bit of a challenge, but I love it so much. Thanks for letting me be a part of the roundtable. You guys have such amazing insight into it. I've watched it a couple times more now, and concur with much of what you all saw in the episode. After watching again, I see more of Lisbon's view in it all, but I still maintain that I can't side with either of them more. Christine, that's one thing that I saw in my re-watch, was that when Lisbon was pulled away from the team, that was one less man they had protecting Lily. It could have put others in danger. And you could tell that it really shook Lisbon to be separated from the team, separated from the plan that she was privy to. Robin, that was spot on in the different responses of the two in the end. How different they are in a relationship. She not been in a real serious relationship. He's been married. This episode really highlighted how different they really are. Nerwen, yes they need to take a step in each others in shoes so to speak. Light bulbs need to turn on for each of them about the others feelings and all this is done by having an honest rational conversation. They will though. Christine, I agree. The Airstream scene was a close 2nd for me as far as my favorite scene, but what made it not, was probably that they didn't talk about Jane's concerns. He was clearly paralyzed with that fear and like I said, I understand (I understand immensely, I've been there, done that) her intentions to ease him with reassurance and funny song, but she was really just brushing it under the rug. Didn't make him better. Adored the scene. It was certainly cute of Lisbon to do that, but the distance between them in it rattled me. Maybe that was my disappointment. But, I don't discount any of the actions that he or she took. They were all very human and true to character. And I love that. Thanks again for letting me be a part of the this week's The Mentalist Roundtable. Much love Have a wonderful weekend- @emilynthephoto
That is a BAD hairstyle she switched to!
Well nothing to do with there deaths except forgetting to read the mission dossier which would have identified the target and most likely saved 3 lives and a mountain climb.
Which, for our younger viewers, is likely another nice tongue-in-cheek reference to David McCallum's time doing this: http://assets.nydailynews.com/...
Bringing Frozen to this was interesting. I wonder though if they actually "let it go" again?
that was fun
This is a show that would be vastly improved if Backstrom was abruptly murdered in the next episode. They can even spend the rest of the season trying to track down his killer. Then they'll go out to have a drink and reminisce about what an asshole he was.
The rogues are supposed to be over the top. Wells is from the future, and yes he's evil but he also needs Barry b/c without the flash, there could be no reverse flash. The only thing that doesn't make sense is if Dr. Wells created the lightning that gave Barry his powers, why not just use it on himself. No need for the flash at all.
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