I never liked JHL but I actually liked her on CM. I was sad to see her go. Her character was really good. I'm not a fan of Taylor but I hope I will be plesantly surprised.
I hate that they shoved Melanie out the door and kept Teresa. Melanie is adorable and much better for Brady than conniving Teresa. I'm ready for Serena to take her elephant statue and hit the road. Totally tired of Eve and Jennifer going at it. Eve doesn't take responsibility for her actions and blames Jen for everything....but am tired of Jen's holier than thou attitude.
This review is embarrassing. Really a 3.0? Did we watch the same show with the same acting, all across the web rave reviews and here in TVFanatic this score. Talk about biased writing.
First I don't think that Beckett should run for senate she does her best work as a detective on the the streets the show won't be the same without it. Second they need to get back on track about what happened to castle. Third take Alexis off the show she Irra as hell by how she talk to castle why is he apologizing to her every time #BestShow #CanAlexis #Caskette
I'm sort of with you on the Alexis front. Uh. If I were Castle, I would've lost my damn mind with Pi. Kicked him right to the curb. And the way Alexis was acting about it all? Really? Disappointing the way the writers handled all that. Rick is a nice guy sure, but there are limits.
Must be due to opinion of how the show might affect peoples mentality towards murder. The show is amazing visually. Great script and such sublime portrayal of Hannibal.
I am shocked to say the least! I thought the show was doing well.. There has to be somewhere this show can go! Netflix or Amazon???
I can't... Just woke up and saw this online, not cool ! Just yesterday I was re-reading the cancellation of Constantine and felt so outraged ! And now this ! COME ON !
I found the show extremely entertaining ~ exceptionally well done ~ All actors on their game ~ loved seeing Vince Vaughn out of his comedic comfort zone ~ Colin Farrell is always on it ~ Kudos to all involved ~ I am looking forward to seeing where this goes and the journey we take getting there ~
"Quinn continues to excel as the strongest character on the show. The layers are being pulled back on her character by the week, and Constance Zimmer is turning in an Emmy-worthy performance. " right on the money and she is getting so much stuff to stretch out her character. it's been a pleasant surprise given that i assumed rachel would be taking up the huge chunk of time in the front of the camera. i wish they hadn't suggested the idea was stolen from quinn too. just bill alone. at any rate, another great episode. #teamquill #teamkedam
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And finally, deal-making scene I love. Thank Major Crimes' writer of the episode, even though I feel slightly cheated because of how they throw the perv photographer into Patriot Act's violation. Well, I am not sorry to see him put away. Causing the motive of the murder, look back to 'Pick Your Poison' and I kind of enjoy his attorney shutting off his arrogance by accepting the deal in his stead. Serve you right perv. Regarding the subpoena to Rusty's work, well.. well.. well.. the sun rises in the east (sorry if my sarcasm is way too much) --- not the first time Rusty gets in trouble with authority. Seems like Sykes' lesson to him during S.O.B. training to catch the letter-man is not really working. Rusty is Rusty, young wild and negligent to certain factors that what he does can get not only him but also people around him in trouble. Seeing judge Grove as the reviewer actually gives away the fact that all will turn out fine. Anyway his warning towards Sharon is something she should keep in mind. Even though Slider will likely be put away or put down (pun intended), we still need to make sure he doesn't have the chance to slip through the crack again. So far we do not know who his public defender is, but if it happens to be Linda Rothman (Jeri Ryan, Philip Stroh's ex-attorney at the end of season 2) or the same type ... it is going to be a handful job for LAPD and DDA. As a result, from now on we can only hope Rusty is not going to jeopardize the case or put himself into some difficult situation. He can be smart but at times he can be dim-witted as well. Back to the case of the episode, I must admit i was thinking the big brother was the killer. He looks very protective of his younger brother and I for a second thought he could have some feelings on the victim. Anyway, the case itself is tricky and I don't think Julio and Tao did anything wrong. The suspect was given a chance to turn himself in, instead he resists the arrest and even threatens with a policeman's sidearm. I am sorry, but he does show his personal death wish. Overall, this week is heavy-packed episode. Drama is piling up but I don't dislike it one bit. I would give 4.5 out of 5 and let's see what will happen next week when it is Flynn, Provenza and Buzz episode. I am preparing for some laughing moment. :)
I can't agree with you more. That depraved photographer needs to be sent to maximum-security prison than 8 years of jail time. Anyway Hobbs wouldn't want to risk dragging feet and cause more budget loss on this mess which would end up with involuntary manslaughter with the same jail time. I think we need to give credit to Victoria Ng (Rich's attorney) who decides for him right away. She already knows that risking his chance is not worth her time, so she threw him under the bus to end it and moved on. About Rusty, our dear boy met judge Grove once during the trial at the end of season 2 and he should have known he is not someone he should mess with. Getting shouted right in the face should give him some sense that he should start to learn to be mindful of surroundings more than diving head-in for what he himself wants.
For the first time I felt a bit sorry for Rusty, and that was when Judge Grove shouted at him. But it's his fault. The judge told him not to do any vlogging, and he still asked if he could write or something like that. It's like he hears what he wants to hear, hence the judge shouted at him asking Rusty if he didn't hear what he said the first time. I too thought the brother was the killer, so it was a surprise to me that it actually was the ex-boyfriend who did it. At first I was hoping he wouldn't get killed, because up til that time I was still thinking it was the brother. Boy was I fooled. So when I realised it really was him, then I didn't care that Tao shot him. I couldn't believe that someone would witness such a gruesome murder, and on someone they knew, and then not say anything. Even if he had said something anonymously, but to just watch and do nothing. Shows how depraved humanity can sometimes be. He caused two deaths too because it was his lie that sent the ex-boyfriend into a rage and made him kill the girl. The perv should have gotten more years.
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