Poor Ray. Poor, poor Ray. Yeah, no, the less Slater the better. All he did was tranq Krieger and botch his own mission. How great that Archer realised and acknowledged that Pam is his best friend. Cheryl/Carol shone tonight. I couldn't care less about Archer and Lana hooking up or not, maybe now she'll be less annoying. They did have to follow up the two erections we heard tonight. Shame we didnt get to see Pam and the Queen in the lift together. Archer shutting up Cyril was fun.
I added that quote here. http://www.tvfanatic.com/quote... Thanks for commenting. Good point about Pam and Queen in the lift Also, I love it when Cyril fights back to Archer
That episode's first 3 minutes had me crying. dying with laugh. I couldn't stop. Cookie and Porsha hammering Anika was just priceless. I see the hood/ghetto side of Cookie and wonder if she'll evolve past that too. She ain't in the joint no more... Her outfit though, DAMN ! It was about time Anika left ! Bye Felicia (btw, who's Felicia LOL). Jamal trying to help and Lucious not even letting him do so was just out of order. That man needs to get over himslef ! He's the only who cares about Jamal being gay ! Glad Cookie and Hakeem got to strengthen their bond. I see what you guys mean about Jamal's video. Though I didn't get a D'Angelo vibe it didn't feel right, and the Empire sign behind him was... Yeah, I didn't like it lol. Though glad for Ryan and Jamal !Drunk Cookie once again had me in tears lol. Poor Malcom, tryna get her in the car. But them shoes though ! I see the flame between them but as he said, with Lucious and how he feels about Cookie and him being his boss, well, complicated is what I'll call it !Andre man ! Before I thought no one knew about his condition. But after this episode I wonder once again, how can they not know ! Lucious, the way he looked at him at some point, and the elevator scene. Yes, they done that beofre. So I wanna go and say that the family knows though I might be wrong, which would be really amazing. This is not something that can be hidden easily !They are milking "You're So Beautiful" and I love every version lol. The original version with Lucious is sooo magical ! The White Party version rocks ! And This episode's version is another hit for me. Wow ! It was so cool, so smooth !
call me whatever, but if Donna is so amazing, what the hell is she still doing there being Harvey or Louis' secretary? she is playing this super kick ass woman...I'd like her to try to do more. in the flashback she stated that was going to be a temporary job...and last week she said that everyone does something awesome and that is why she wanted to do something to help to win the case...so when she said to Harvey that she was not OK with this arrangement anymore, I thought she would quit...the whole Pearson/Specter/Litt...what a disappointment! anyway...for me this finale was kind of a mess...
this episode was OK, nothing major. I rolled my eyes up a little when Alicia started crying in front of Grace...come on, she is a lawyer, I think she has done worse than taking money from a dirty old man... I like Mr. Sweeney and the way Alicia dealt with him... why is Kalinda so scared of Bishop? I mean...she seems to lose herself when she is around him...please get a grip! I agree with you Terrie (below), nothing will happen to her. too obvious!
I cried. Courtney Vance's portrayal of the father was so poignant and dead on. it was so real and gut wrenching to watch. What made it difficult for me was that the fact that MY neighborhoods and my people don't have an olivia pope with straight access to the Justice Department and justice will NEVER HAPPEN FOR THEM OR US. It was nice to see even though it was on tv and pretend, that one of us got justice, I applaud Shonda for this one. and yes that cops speech/tirade was dead on... that is EXACTLY how a great deal of them feel about us...white people and disillusioned blacks need to STOP thinking racism doesn't exist and thst we've come so far... WE HAVE NOT!!!!
Courtney Vance BROKE ME into a million pieces last night.
Hated it. The situations weren't parallel at all; for one thing, the kid actually didn't rob a store or beat on a cop, and for another, the entire justice department didn't inspect the situation and figure the cop was innocent enough NOT to charge. And wondering when shonda will have the balls to do a "black cop shoots white kid and then goes off on a racist tirade" episode. Or even address the black on black crime wave out there. Lets just say I won't hold my breath.
always, always have to spew bullshit. yup there are racist black cops out there too, but dammit. They ARE NOT THE ONES SHOOTING WHITE KIDS BUDDY!!! and hell yeah there is black on black crime...just like white on white crimes when they pick up ammo, bombs, guns, etc. and kill as many as their allowed deranged minds let them...so drop the bullshit
and tray martin didn't rob anyone either, but thsat racist ass Zimmerman got away with it. brother in staten island MAY HAVE BEEN SELLING CIGARETTES, BUT HE DESERVED TO DIE FOR THAT? JUST saw post on face book with a whiteman walking around with an ak47 syrapped to him, REFUSED TO ANSWER POLICE QUESTIONS, SHOW ID AND WAS BEWLIGERANT AS HELL...HE WAS ALLOWED TO WALK AWAY...WOULD A BLACK MAN BE ANY DAMN THING BUT DEAD?!!!! HELL NO
''Black-on-black crime'' is a hoax, it isn't descriptive or an adjective for a certain kind of crime because ''black-on-black crime'' has no racial equivalent: nobody talks about white-on-white crime or Asian-on-Asian crime. It’s a construct assigned solely to black people, and it interprets our transgression through a purely racial lens. The phrase “black-on-black crime” makes sense only if you see the fact that black people committing crimes against other black people as inherently different from the way people from other races commit crimes. I'm not from America but even I can see that it is pretty much segregated, which means that the victims of most crimes are the same race as those who commit them. So the fact that black criminals are most likely to commit crimes against black people makes us like everybody else. A more honest term than “black-on-black crime” would be, simply, “crime.”
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I find Nashville varies so much from week to week and this week was a good one. Scarlett is so much more interesting when she gets a bit of a spark about her and I got to admit I do enjoy Jeff the pantomime villain, glad he is still around. Some depth to Luke is also a nice touch.
Golfingdocp, did the deleted scene change your perception of the relationship between Neil and Grace and Simon and Grace?
1. Out of our two new ladies, the real world Ursala was by far my favorite but I hate fairy tale word version of her because she is so corny. The opposite was true for Cruella who I felt was too over the top for the real world setting but in fairy tale world she was a nice balance. Honestly I'm not the biggest fan of any of them. Cruella is one of my least favorite villains in the Disney movies, Ursula doesn't seem like the same awesome villain that she was in The Little Mermaid and although i love Kristen Bauer, Malificent just never has seemed dark enough to me. 2. Of course Emma had immense potential for darkness. She is the savior, one of the most powerful forces of magic in this world. Usually great power like that can be swayed either way. The real question is will she allow herself to turn the darkside? I don't see what would make her turn other than if she lost Henry. 3. If Regina can be redeemed so can Rumple. Regina consciously made the choice to become evil. Yes she was in pain over the death of her boyfriend but that doesn't let her off the hook. Rumple on the other hand was tricked into it by the dark one. Rumble is addicted to the dark one's power now. It is hard for him to quit. No that doesn't excuse all the awful things he has done but it doesn't make him an awful person either. He has good in him. We have seen it before. It is just a matter of him being forced into getting clean. 4. It seems like they made some kind of deal. Maybe it would explain why Cruella and Ursula were in the real world outside of Storybrook and had never even heard of the town. 5. I know I am in the complete minority here but I was disappointed by almost the entire thing. I'm not very interested in the Queens of Darkness storyline. I am intrigued by the idea of Emma's potential for darkness and by what Snow and Charming are hiding but that's about it. I'm pretty used to not being interested in the villains though so I don't think it will be Too much of an issue for me. 6. Probably the scene of Snow and Charming talking to Ursula and Cruella. I love when Snow and Charming spice things up. They were both so awesome in the Enchanted Forrest flashbacks in the early seasons but they are just so boring in Storybrook. We NEED to see them get a little of the EF Snow and Charming back!
Rumple was tricked into being evil and Regina, wasn't? Okay you need to explain that to me because from what I saw Rumple manipulated her from the start so that she one day will cast the curse. And it might be that he was originally tricked into becoming the Dark One but he wanted the power just like Regina let herself be tricked into it. They both had a choice and made a bad decision.From what I see now Rumple has not much good in him. He only chooses himself and never wanted truly to be redeemed. I really liked him once as a character because of his love for his son and Belle. Now I still like him as a villain but I don't see a good side.
Oh my, where to begin. It is just one big mess. Not funny. Did not need to see a cute little bird sucked up a vacuum although, yes it was predictable. Still didn't need to see it. Not my idea of funny. I do like the cast. Surprisingly I like Felix, he gets more laughs from me than Oscar. Which isn't really saying anything. I love Dani. The writers need to work on Oscar. He is obnoxious more than anything.
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