hahaha 'good with his mouth' is not kissing (in the traditional sense)
I cant believe they didn't include the Weather Wizard who is the first villian The Flash encounters and is the one in the previews for the series...Huge Snub to Chad Rook
Number 7's facts are wrong the first time we meet a shapeshifter is season one episode 6. Someone needs to bone up some more on their supernatural knowledge.
I simply meant introduced as the monster of the episode, but yes, back in season 1's Skin they were shown.
Well it didn't come a cross that way.
Anarchy is definitely an appropriate title but some semblance of a storyline would be nice. So will Jax kill Gemma in the same brutal manner he is killing all those who he thinks were involved with Tara's murder? That will probably be the only episode worth watching. Will Jax uncover the truth or will the new police chief as part of her investigation into Eli's death? I hope there is some development along that line soon. Eli was one of the good guys. Was there any significance to the woman in the alley way after Tara and Eli were murdered?
Jax is becoming an increasingly unsympathetic character. I think Jury might be the undoing for Jax. I don't know if they are going to have juice inwardly tormented all season, he looks like he head will explode in every scene he's in.. He may spill the truth to Chibbs about Gemma. She will probably set juice up when he is at her father's place.
I'm sincerely sorry to do this and I hate to be this person, but since it's been there so many times someone just has to say it.. : **confident**.
This evening I suspect we will get some idea as to the direction the show is taking. They release an extended clip on Wed. evening which always answers one issue.
Thanks for the heads up. All I have from now till Sunday, is all you guys, and some websites. DVR it ,but have no patience.
They already have. It's on Usa network. Grace is talking to a Psychiatrist who she first contacted 3 weeks ago and told her she wanted to save her marriage. The Psychiatrist knows all about Simon.
I guessed there was stuff we didn't know. YES
Thanks for the heads up. Apparently, Grace does not confide in Adriana or Stephanie about her affair. She goes to a psychologist who is sworn to secrecy. Grace maintains her options. I am actually beginning to get the feeling that maybe the best way for this couple to reconnect, is if Grace has a reason to get jealous. Neils' escorting should resume and he should pursue it adamently until caught by Grace. That will force her to come clean.
After having watched the clip, I feel even more sympathy for Grace's character. It's clear that she still loves Neil and wants to save her marriage but is worried that it might be too late. But it's clear that she has some very deep self-esteem issues. I can now guess that Grace was calling the therapist when she was in a panic at home. In my field of work, I'm dealt with a lot of victims, of sexual abuse and domestic abuse, and no, I'm not in the medical profession. LOL. But my job has given me a lot of insight into how fragile people are and how low self-esteem can be so damaging. It makes me wonder if the writers will ever let us know what effect Grace's unhappy mother had on her two daughters. Even Grace's sister has self-esteem issues which was clearly exposed when she admitted that she usually drops out of the relationship when she reaches the point that she and Dylan are at. I hope that there is a second season because I would like to see Grace and Neil mend and grow back together. And for those who may think that I'm an apologist for Grace's conduct, I'm not. I'm also not a bleeding heart liberal. But I am a romantic and I've tried to live my life and not be too judgmental of others. Last note. I appreciate the civil nature of the other posters and the fact that no one has been rude if they disagree with another person's opinion. I enjoy intelligent conversation (albeit through the internet) and appreciate others' insights.
It might be of interest to everyone to read an article by Sean Jablonski, creator and main writer of the show, that was just posted today. He refers to the show as a post-modern love story and that the story is about two people who love each other very much but are struggling and determined to keep their marriage intact. Very insightful article. I also wanted to comment on the question of whether Grace loved Simon. I think that Grace has feelings for Simon but that she doesn't love him in the same way that she loves (or loved) Neil. It would be natural that Grace, as well as any other person, develop feelings for a person who you're physically intimate with, having meals with, and having intimate conversations with over a significant period of time. Simon has provided Grace a nurturing environment and given her the intangible things that she was not getting from Neil for a long time (ie. interest in her shows, attention, support in her dreams, etc.). But that doesn't translate to love. As I think back about her interaction with Simon outside of her day dreaming and their couplings, Grace is usually short and abrupt with Simon. I think it's because although she has feelings for him because he is currently filling a hole in her life, she doesn't love him so she's upset when he does something that might intrude into her own life and jeopardize her marriage and family. I think most of us can relate that in our own lives that we have been in relationships where we had feelings for a person but didn't love them to the point that we felt they were our soul mates (or the person that we wanted to spend our lives with). Having read Sean Jablonski's article, I'll continue to root for Neil and Grace because in the end, we all love a love story and the connection between Grace and Simon isn't love.
Whew, glad you added those last couple of line's about Neil and Grace working this out. Thought you were about to proclaim Simon as the greatest thing to happen to women kind. I'm reality, he's still just a young professional prostitute, whose soul job, is to make his dates want to return.
LOL. No, as I mentioned before, I detest the character of Simon. Not because he is an escort, but because he is so selfish and self-centered. I have friends who have been involved in affairs and even if they wanted to be with that person, I could never imagine them doing something so loathsome as going to that person's house to confront them. What if Anika was home? That would have been a terrible way to find out that your mother was unfaithful to your father. That's why I can't stand his character.
Hi, where was the article by Sean Jablonski posted?
If you google "Sean Jablonski" and limit the time period to 24 hours, it should come up first and is under cynopsis.com
As much as I love this show, I am not going to be dragged along another year with this cat and mouse game of will they or won't they get married.
Great review as usual. This season we are seeing a different Ray which is good. He appears so weary and It make sense. He carries a lot of crap for a lot of people. Every one needs someone to vent too. I guess that is what "weird hairy man" is for. I have been patient with Abby this season, but I am one foot aboard the "I hate Abby train"!! She is so lost to me. Doesn't know which way is up or down, more like a dog chasing its tail. That detective is acting like a love sick puppy, I wonder is it a trap. Like Carissa stated we don't have much that much background on him.Mickey an the misfits... what more is there to say.
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