I almost decided to drop the whole Homeland season this year (14) but started the next episode (4) where Carrie jumps the virgin! She is totally out of it because her actions don't square with her new overseas job.
This show has quickly became one of my favorites. Definitely best new show. Reminds me of The West Wing which is the only TV show that I bought a complete DVD set of and have watched at least three time from beginning to end.
It's really growing on me too. I wasn't very impressed with the pilot, but it has vastly improved since then and will hopefully continue to do so. It got a huge sampling for the pilot episode and it's number shrunk considerably after it. I hope people are DVRing it because it's much, much better now.
Nate Fisher [Six Feet Under]
nah i don't want laura to get back together with her ex. i want her to end up with her partner billy instead
Wow! I feel TV seldom surprises me, but tonight Z Nation did just that. Unlike some viewers, I went into this show with low expectations, so it has not seriously disappointed me. I mean, come on, it's made by the makers of Sharknado :) I take it for the cheesy good time it is. That being said, this episode was the first time I questioned whether it could be something more. Yeah, there were plenty of cheesy lines, a rather odd attempt at a sex scene, and tons of insane, fast as lightening plot devices. But it worked, and it worked well. Especially the return of a more narratorlike Citizen Z (thank God no stalker behavior this week). Then, the show did something I really wasn't expecting, when it killed off Charlie! First time around, killing off their big star reminded me of a Psycho or Screamesque shock device, which I didn't appreciate it, because I wasn't invested in the character. This time it actually seemed to work for me. I had actually grown rather found of Charlie, no matter how foolish the show is. I mean, Tom Everette Scott is just such a likable guy :) While I'm sad to see him go, I really appreciate what I think they're going for. Because I'm not expecting TWD, and because I always have room for cheese in my life (isn't it nice to have an escape), I will continue to watch Z Nation. And after watching this episode, I wonder if maybe, just maybe this show will rise to something a little bit more.......
perfect exit for kalinda, choose lana...
I think Kalinda is going to consider joining the FBI!!!!!! In my opinion.
That could be a good storyline for her character.
I was a fan of Once in Wonderland-- I love the Knave--Will he brings a fun dynamic. Would love to see him interact with Regina! I think that Henry going undercover is going to backfire-- dangerous game to be playing.... Regina should know better-- and what about asking Emma if it is okay?? As for Rumple -- I love that he is not reformed. He is so much fund when he is bad. Hook and Emma could get boring pretty quick--so I am glad that there is going to be some secrets. I loved how they balanced the show this week--not really focused on Elsa and Regina--but Emma and Rumple. The writers have done well so far this year. The Apprentice! Merlin's hat??? Now that storyline makes me very excited!
What in insult to Italian Americans. We all love our kids and will do what we can, within reason to help them when needed, but to let three lazy, spoiled kids live at home for free and do all their cleaning, cooking and such for them at their age is ridiculous! Let those lazy kids go out and earn a living and find a place to live within their means. I don't care how close siblings are, Lauren was way out of line telling the older bro to hurry up and have kids but only with a woman she approves of. Like mother, like daughter I guess. Control Freaks! Have to agree with others, this "show" will not last!
I could be wrong, but I believe the only incumbent President NOT to get his party's nomination is Millard Filmore in the 1850s. Reagan made a very strong challenge to Ford in 1976, as did Ted Kenndy to Carter in 1980, so there have been recent attempts. But, you are right, it is very hard to imagine someone being that certain they would replace their party's incumbent President.
I'm going to trust your memory! :) I am intrigued why Marsh was so confident that he would be Dalton for the party's nomination. I am also curious how much Dalton is a red herring too. Either way it's a good mystery and keeps me interested, so points again to Madam Secretary.
Actually, the only incumbent to not get his party's nomination was Franklin Pierce, in 1856, it instead went to James Buchanon.
Can't wait to see David Lee's reaction when he is served with the eviction notice.
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