Gubler always does a great job directing I've noticed the episodes that he directs are always the more creepier ones and that in the end of said episodes you ask yourself "What just happened?". Kudos for Gibson on his performance and I agree I'd love to see Lewis again the worst enemies are the ones that know what and who you care about and while no one will ever be a better enemy for Hotch than the Reaper I'd like to see some follow up to this episode.
I think we all would like a follow up to this.......question is will we see it.........
While that drug they mentioned is real and while that case this was based on was real, I found myself laughing through this episode. I found it very unrealistic, however, at the end Thomas Gibson did a fantastic job of making it look real. How, when the rest of the team arrived, did Hotch snap out of it long enough to turn and shoot at the unsub? Why wasn't the team already in route to back up Hotch instead of waiting until they couldn't get him on the phone? Not only that, but how could such a powerful hallucinogen be that readily available to anyone outside the medical profession--if it is even available to them? No, I'm not that well versed when it comes to this stuff. The ending made it seem like we'd see this unsub again but I find that unlikely--although it would be great. Being so close to the end of the season I'm even wondering if there will be any follow up with how this has affected Hotch. We now know his greatest fear is his entire team being killed. I'm wondering when he talked to Rossi if he told him that.
One of the drugs,scopalamin (probably not spelled correctly) is a drug they have encontered before. In the episode Big Sea-season 6. It is drug that makes you do anything you are told to do.
But why would such a drug be available to get by a doctor(if that's the case which in this episode it wasn't) or even on the internet?
That question is valid and applies to many other drugs, weapons and so on. Someone will always make money on others misery I guess.
Actually, the \way the liver transplant ordeal unfolded in this episode was the most realistic thing on the series. My sister had a heart transplant and, when we arrived after being told the heart was available, the doctors explained that it could still fall through, if the transplant team decided it wasn't viable for some reason. And he described putting people under anesthesia only to have to wake them to tell them they hadn't been able to do the transplant. So, points to Nashville for this! I still think this is heading toward Maddie being the donor (though someone said a while ago that she's too young to be a living donor). I thought Teddy was going to get arrested at the event. That would have added even more drama to the Daphne storyline - my only Dad just got dragged off to jail on my big night! The John Hiatt song she sang with Luke was too high for her - it made her sang squeakier, especially with the compression the show uses. But she does have a nice voice. Juliette is definitely exhibiting symptoms of postpartum depression - almost postpartum psychosis. The Will/Kevin storyline is reaching the point where either Will has to come out or he is going to be outed (note Jeff's knowing look at them? And he is pissed at Luke for firing him, so,...) Looking ofrward ot next week.
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Am I the only one for which that, because of the disconnect between Oliver and Felicity for all of this season, the love scene played more like a parting gift then the next step or culmination of the romance? Something that happen more because of her discussion with Ra's, not because she came to a momentous decision by herself. I get what they were going for with have Ray tell Felicity she's still in love with Oliver, but why not have Felicity tell Ray. By doing it the way they did, they've shown that Felicity hasn't learned anything from her fling with Ray. Ray has learned and passed that knowledge on to her. They've done this all season with Felicity. The men have made her decisions. Where's the Felicity who can think for herself. For the love of little puppies show - let the girl decide. Besides, I've never bought the "you still have feeling for him" trope. It's just a cheap an expeditious way to immediately shift the love triangle that makes the love football (in this case Felicity) look dense. Yes, the love scene was nice, but it wasn't deep or meaningful.
No it was perfect that Ray ended it, they needed a way to send him off on a good note on to his spinoff...Felicity and Ray never had a chance and he knew it the moment he found out she had feelings for Oliver couple of episodes back and then ended with "how about some JELLO" Felicity has had agency all season long and all though that love session might have been a ruse, she could've still drugged him without sleeping with him so I don't believe that she slept with him just so she can drug him. I'm certain that they'll be back as an official couple by the end of the season
I like the premise of CSI: Cyber but the acting is terrible, especially "rapper" turned actor Bow Wow 😑😑 I'm just happy to see Patricia Arquette on my TV on a weekly basis
Amanda, Jim and Hank: about that last question. He wasn't offered JUST the name of Stark. If he'd accept that would mean to become Stannis' pawn and Lord of Winterfell in his name. Yes Jon wanted this his entire life, but now his life is the Night's Watch. If he took Stannis' offer he would betray his vows to them AGAIN. He would be a Lord of Winterfell who everyone would call an Oathbreaker. That is nothing he or anyone would ever be proud of and he knows that Ned would never have been proud of.So there was no way he would even further consider the offer.
The more episodes progress the more I like Jeff, and i don't think the things with Layla will end bad. He's used to being seen as the awful guy and even started doing nice things for her and her career anonymously for most of the people. She is the only one giving him credit and believing in him and this is the way she should go in order to crack his shell. I really like Oliver Hudson as well, very handsome man and good actor. Other thoughts, i'm glad avery's mother tried pointing out Juliet is experiencing sth very new and stressful, and i'm completely sure she is having postpartum depression, i just hope at the end she's not questioning herself being a good mother and end up hurting or ignoring her baby.
Soooo..this is what I believe. Margaux and Victoria had a plan. Margaux attacked Victoria and Louise was there to confirm. Louise knows all the Emily's secrets, so she will definitely say that Emily had a motive to kill Victoria. All was a scheme to frame Emily. A cop was there when both Margaux and Victoria accused Emily and, after that, the stick had dissapeared from the cop's inside pocket. That will be the testimony of a cop, a man of law, not the one of Emily's enemy. And, that stick was a fake. The proves are still there, waiting to be used when Emily will go to jail for killing Victoria Grayson. She has no alibi (Mason T. is against her) because no one saw her at the airpoirt. I think that Margaux has the right files to destroy Emily, but she will learn the truth about Victoria's crimes and she will decide to stop the game. And David Clarke will sacrifice himself for his daughter, like Daniel did. He will be shot or something like that to protect Emily. I don't know exactly what will happen, but I'm sure this cancer story was used in order to facilitate David Clarke's dead.
Oh yeah it sure happened. What an episode! Solid installment. Loved everything other than the flashbacks that had no purpose or tie into the story. The Olicity scenes were spot on(ALL of them!). Loved Ra's monologues, his exchange with Felicity, Oliver's branding and Al Sahem's introduction was breathtaking. I felt like i was watching a season finale and just can't wait for the next episode. Will love to see Oliver's transition into Al Sahem and how the people "left behind" in Starling will cope in his absence!. At first i opposed Felicity/Laurel budding friendship but now i can see it going places. Thea's leap from the pit was awesome and so was the rebirthing ceremony. Everything was just plain and simply awesome!P.s I see Felicity totally waiting for Oliver's return. She's accepted something that she had never acknowledged before: that she loves Oliver, she's done hiding from the truth or thinking that being with another man playing happy couple will help (been there done that). Now i see her totally being honest and truthful to herself and her feelings and will be as dedicated to said feelings as Oliver had been this season.
mixed feelings about this episode...I am looking forward to seeing Thea's Lazarus Pit side effects...let's hope she starts to kick ass...;-) must say, Roy not being called about Thea, it's weird, as it was weird that he didn't say goodbye last week...mmm...
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