CSI Cyber. I really don't get it. Even good actors can't save that crap. The all seemslike mediocre actors. Must be a nightmare for Patricia Arcette. Winning an oscar and be stuck on that show... And Stalker should've been on for season 2. That was at least exciting and well acted.
CSI cyber is not even csi show!! Its more of a criminal minds... they arent police. They r fbi. I just dont see it as csi.
the show was pre-sold into syndication overseas making CBS BIG BUCKS.that's why it is still on in the states.
I stayed with UTD until they brought Marg Helgeburg into the mix. She is awful! I guess I'll stop recording it on my DVR. Just wasting space.
Oh Marg is in it? I love Under the Dome and I'm saving this season to watch it online as I just can't get the time. I will look forward to seeing it now that you tell me she's in it. I liked her in Intelligence and was so disappointed that that show only got 1 season. It was a very good show.
Had the show ended with the potential of a Pam/Kate rebuilding of the town, it would definitely have interested me as a second season. All the "kids" having taken over the town and putting all the adults back in hibernation, not so much. it felt like they were more interested in giving us a shocking twist ending than they were giving us a reason for a second season.
Protesting about eloping Vincent is questioning Cath's commitment to marry him. He asks her several times "are you sure?" Oh yes, she answers brightly, don't be silly, this is just a ruse. So he makes up a (totally uncharacteristic) wedding dream as a reason not to use their wedding as a trap. And then she confesses she just realized she wasn't sure at all. Hallo, Vincent was right the whole time ...
The Karen Alec story was the best part of the episode and it also made me realize that the lack of chemistry amongst the trio had a lot to do with the actress playing the wife. Once she was out of the picture, the attraction between Karen and Alec became very evident and I really can't blame them for feeling guilty. They clearly have a connection and they probably should have established some rules before Viv went away. I hate that there had to be a spouse in the picture, because I really like those two together and this looks like another Karen story that will probably end badly. The April/Marc story was my favourite at the start of the season, but I think that the writers really need to put more effort into spicing it up a bit. The Lucy drama has finally run its course and should have ended weeks ago. I've noticed that April's storyline almost never gets featured in the promos. We tend to get a lot of Karen, Claista and Joss drama, which is another telling sign that they need to make her story a little more exciting. There was a lot that they could have done with her and Marc and they didn't. The whole Joss/Calista part was my least favorite. Joss' triumphant reaction to getting Luca to hit on her was just tacky and cringeworthy. It seemed incredibly insensitive.on her part, to not realize that Calista would have been incredibly hurt to see her husband hitting on one of her best friends (no matter how angry she is with him). And given what happened between Joss and Savi over Harry, it seemed a bit odd that Joss would be so quick to get involved in this kind of sticky situation. Anyway, my guess is that Wilson was the killer, although I still find it hard to believe that he's in love with Calista. I don't mind the Harry storyline, but once again, they could do a better job of connecting him with the 4 females. I guess theyr'e trying to do this via Marc, but it doesn't work that well, especially since we don't even get enough April and Marc. I'm glad that Nico is out of the picture, and yes, I suspect, he's going to get involved with his new agent, because that's what Harry does! Anyway, despite my problems with this episode, I'm still really enjoying this season (more than last season),so I don't think that Savi's absence has hurt the show one bit.
Being connected doesn't mean that he has to hang out with all four of them in April's shop. Plus, I'm guessing that they do a lot more than have tea, gossip and shop . When harry he hung out with Joss, a lot of their conversations revolved around the restaurant. Marc is connected to April, and he doesn't hang out with the gang, so I don't get your point. Nevertheless, I personally find it hard to get invested in all of his side stories, because they do seem so peripheral to the rest of the plot. Part of the issue is that the writers clearly want him to be Joss' endgame, but they had to come up with something for him to do in the meantime. Knowing that as a viewer, makes it trickier to get invested in his other relationships. We don't have the same problem with Joss (who has also put her romantic life on hold for Harry), because her story is so closely connected to everyone else's. I actually Harry, so I'm glad that he's still around, but I can tell that the writers are having a hard time keeping his story relevant.
i don't think that harry needs to stay connected to the women. they were SAVI's friends, not his. now that he has ditched savi and joss, he really doesn't need to be around them. what is he going to do, sit down and have tea with them while they gossip? or go shopping with them? he just doesnt fit with them and that's fine. he has his own thing going now and i'm glad they have unhinged him from the terrible sisters of savi and joss
again , i dont know what you expect them to do. you mention Marc as an example but Marc LIVES with April so of course he would be connected. so for me, comparing Marc and Harry isn't applicable because Harry has zero reason to be around the girls while he and joss are broken up. don't get me wrong, i see your point about his storyline being almost totally disconnected fro mthe girls but as of RIGHT NOW i think it's the most realistic option. joss is essentially his ex so until they mend fences (not necessarily get back together but at least are on regular speaking terms), then i prefer they keep him separate from the gang and as you say, just keep him connected through marc.
As I keep saying . I have no problem understanding the rationale behind the direction of Harry's story. That's not the point I was making. Also, that Marc argument is somewhat circular.
Love Marc and April chemistry
Love Marc and April's chemistry
There should be no second season. We had an enjoyable10 hour mini-series, the big mysteries were solved, most of the major questions were answered and it is now time to move on. We all understand the old axiom: "The more things change, the more they remain the same!"
I have to say I loved Karen and Alec. And I would think Viv will find it more strange that they didn't keep up with business as usual and spend time together than if they acted normal. They should quit acting guilty! Joss is a hot mess. She has rely stepped in it now! I think it will take about two minutes for the agent to have Harry the Hottie in her bed. Joss who?
I kinda agree about Vivian. Vivian is an interesting woman because she was the first one who embraced their new relationship with all that she had. She's had no reservations, she even encourages Karen and Alec to bond more in her own way. She's often the glue that keeps them as a trio together. Plus she picked up early on that Karen was attracted to her husband and her response was that she found it attractive. She also knows about Karens past as a mistress and her feelings about and her insecurity that that's all she was meant to be. I think her problem wouldn't be that Alex and Karen hooked up. Her problem will be that her husband who never lies to her has lied to her. She sometimes strikes me as that woman who knows she's dying so her last mission is to set up her husband with the perfect woman she approves of. Shes very intuitive. She picks up on both of their reservations about the whole thing and both of their attractions towards the other. She seems to genuinely enjoy sharing her husband, not just sexually but emotionally because its like she knows alec enjoys having a professional colleague that also reminds him to not be so serious, and she knows that Karen genuinely needs to know that someone cares and can be tender. There's almost this maternal vibe that she has with the way that she genuinely wants them both to be happy and it makes her happy. It'll be interesting to see how it all plays out.
An interesting ending, but not a hundredth as powerful as the ending in the books.And that's a shame; Crouch's trilogy was one of the best science fiction novels I have read in years - maybe decades - and the ending was one of the most powerful I've _ever_ read.For the series, we have instead a "cliffhanger" that's never going to climb up off the edge and an ending that is nothing of the sort. The whole "children of the corn" thing is so tiresome. Just another re-hash of the popular wave of nihilism that we have to have droned at us in every single story.Here we had a tale of true human heroism and hope triumphant against evil and instead went down the Same Old Road of dead heroes, no hope and Evil Wins Again.Ho-freaking-hum.Note to television and movie producers: Not every show must, or should, be "Game of Thrones". (Even "Game of Thrones" needs to stop being "Game of Thrones".)Instead, please, let's have some heroes again.They are, after all, the only people whose stories are worth watching.
I'm so glad someone else read and enjoyed the books as much as I did. I was so disappointed in the series, especially the addition of Ethan's kid as some giant character, which in turn made the school's importantce too inflated. Oh, come to think of it, I didn't enjoy the change in trajectory for Pam, either. I enjoyed the books just as they were and thought we were heading there in the first couple eps of the series. Oh how wrong I was. What stinks is this series likely squashed any chance for Crouch to carry on with the book series if Fox passes on Season 2. Still an if, according to Shamalamadingdong and an interview on THR. Sigh.
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