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This was the first time I found Omarion sexy! The beard, and him being the more mature person trying to mediate between two people he loves.
Oh, doncha you know? Only people with penises can act like professionals. Us womens are too petty and emotional! Other than the idiotic sexist moment, I can't help but love this show. God bless Hetty.
I am glad that the show is back, but I'm still angry that Joss hooked up with Harry
I really enjoyed this episode. I found it very tense unlike the season opener of NCIS. I think the idea of drowning and/or slowly running out of air in a submarine is extremely unpleasant and that helped create the tension for me. I also thoroughly enjoyed the dialogue between Sam and Callen. There was enough humour but also an underlying strain that things might not work out well. Nice work from the writers. As to the Kensi/Talia fight, I'm thinking this shows that Kensi isn't entirely back on an even keel from the events of last season. Series time-wise, it hasn't been all that long since Kensi came back to the team and even though she put the brakes on a relationship between her and Deeks, she's clearly not entirely at ease about that decision because it possibly leaves the door open for someone else to snare Deeks. And Kensi can be pretty fiery when someone she cares about is concerned. Look at how she behaved in those episodes about her father. And I must say I loved Deeks in this episode. His interrogation in the hospital was a classic.
First off, I like bushi101 enjoy all the posts here. Very intelligent conversation that challenges my thought process. Grace in the series is portrayed to have no real friends, and neither Neil for that matter. True friends that they confide in. Not acquaintances.There was no rational sounding board.No voice of reason or someone to help balance things in their minds. Neil had the Zen Master We know Grace has trouble communicating with Neil, but could her issue have been she had no one to sort her thoughts out with prior to the affair? Just thinking out loud. I am still so angry at Sean Jablonski, the creator for the way he wrote down the last 3 episodes. Would you risk it all to save it?? That was the underling premise. My take may have been when the ratings went in the tank in episode 5, a decision was made by the network to target the 13-29 female demographic. I take extreme issue with USA/NBC showing the trailer with Simon & Grace before 9PM. How would you feel if your teen was watching. It was tacky and lacked sound ethics. The show was sold to the actors and the public as a post modern (new age) story of how 2 people in love lost their way, but find their way back. I too am a hopeless romantic and it ripped my gut every time Grace cheated with Simon. Why couldn't the creator show Grace in true pain for what she did. Consequences for her actions. Someone reason with her. Is it rational to love someone who sleeps with and has sex with over 100 women. What kind of deviant acts were performed by Simon. Loving Simon is SICK! . Confront your wife. You saw the indecent proposal from Simon on your phone when Grace tripped the alarm. You called Grace's phone as soon as you saw it. You cannot tolerate having that scumbag in your house.Have some balls. What if Anika was home. She would have been devastated. This was purely selfish of Simon and Grace and should be punished. Why could this not have been written into the script? Instead we find that Simon is now a billionaire, Adriana has a husband who recognizes Simon. Anika signing contracts and negotiating the purchase of a car at 16. Was he writing to "The Saved By The Bell" demographic. That is where the series went. A 2 bit nighttime soap that played to female teen/young adult crowd. It could have been so much better. Golphndocp got it right. He should have been a psychiatrist rather than a surgeon. Grace was morally wrong. There should have been consequences for what she did to a trusting relationship. It was not fair to Neil. These consequences should have played out at the end of season 1. Infidelity is sheer HELL. The pain and torture that it inflicts and the collateral damage affects everyone who you love. I tried reading the discussion boards on the web site www.survivinginfidelity.com It made my stomach turn. Try it for yourself. Like his brother in law, many of the scenarios end in suicide. It is just too much for a loving family to bear. Their is nothing new age or post modern about it. To glamorize this as a lifestyle choice where at the end of the story we say the cheating was OK is morally bankrupt. Maybe I'm Old School at 55. I am blessed to have a loving wife and a daughter who is a college senior. Again, the show did in 10 weeks show me to take nothing for granted. I sit with my wife now and ask her, how has your day? I am trying hard to be more alive with my daughter. I want to date my wife again. I tell them I love them now proudly and mean every word. Is this easy. Heck no. Like Stephanie said in her Glamor interview communication is fear. But i will try to be a better husband & father. Golphndocp has a beautiful relationship with his wife and family and is truly blessed. Stephanie is also so grounded. and the reason I posted the second interview is I don't want to hate her like I do Grace.
Carrissa said I have to get over "Nip Tuck" . But here we are at week 10 and Sean is hinting he's going to take the Simon and Grace affair in a different direction. So just like his other series is he going to take the characters down a path of lunacy. Is he going to take Grace down a path of being a porn star? Will Simon become her director? They conveniently show us trailers to take us down wrong paths and assumptions and leave out details so we come to the wrong conclusions. Will there even be a season 2? The week 5 show was one of the biggest vacation weeks in the year. So it shouldn't have been a big surprise that the ratings tanked. For a summer show it wasn't terrible. I was hooked the first few weeks. Then when Grace went back to Simon after her supervisor told her she slept with him, it became a DVR for me. TV shows are made up of fantasy and entertainment. However, that is usually understood when you start a show. Writers can also stretch the script to keep a story going. But Neil forgiving Grace if she goes with Simon again is wrong. Golfing doc in his personal experience was almost a carbon copy of the show. But when his sister-in-law wanted to keep the affairs going her husband wanted nothing to do with her anymore. Which is real life. Now there are Husbands that enjoy watching their wives cheat. There is someone for everyone. But not in this case.One other thing that amazes me is the prevalent theme of people on other sites that want Neil to get with Adrianna. She is the devil incarnate and I'm flabbergasted at the amount of people rooting for them. Has our moral compass lost it's northward direction so far that this is now acceptable in this day and age?
I agree with the reviewer about this episode - it had about as much tension as a wet noodle. There was never a "will they or won't they?" moment for Sam and Callen regarding getting out of the sub, although some of their tricks (the torch, for example) were good, and it was good to see the ex-SEAL deal with his issue with being in a sub (seriously, a SEAL has an issue with subs????). The 'fight' between Kensi and Talia, such as it was, was alright, but I agree it was juvenile for the most part. Talia's bluntness was good, as I'm sick of all the dang metaphors Deeks and Kensi use, but the fight was over the top. And did I miss something toward the end? How did the girls all of a sudden become buddy-buddy? Was there a scene where they worked things out that I didn't see? Either way, it was just dumb. They're not going to be girlfriends so quickly, especially after the tension they had just hours earlier, messing with Deeks or not. Overall, aside from a Hetty line or two, this deserved at best a grade of C, and that's on an easy scale.
Of course the students (who are moving the body) believe that Professor Keating has killed her husband, so they are committing a crime to cover this up after finding out (over the course of Season One) what a bad, bad man he was. (He had it going on with the missing student -- he was HER boyfriend) - remember her comment - "The boyfriend did it." and his gasping reaction. The law students are loyal to Professor Keating. This (her being a killer) is unsustainable as a series premise, of course, so we will find out the boyfriend did it (Professor Keating's BF) and all will be resolved for next season. When the question comes as to which of her law students moved and burned the body ... the answer will be all of them - an "I am Spartacus" moment. If it's everybody, they can't prosecute anybody. Hey, it's TV!
I often think Katrina is going to be a horsemen because in the previous season one of the horsemen looks like they're in a long dress.
It was wonderful to see Emma finally not run away from Killian and actually smile warmly at him and kiss his doubts away. It felt like a miracle to me that Emma higher-walls-than-anyone actually stood there, while he read her like an open book, and smiled self consciously when he told her she was indeed avoiding him. I can't wait to see Emma's growth this season and I can't help but think that I wish the focus was more on her than on others...To be honest I'm a bit feustrated with Regina getting so much focus. It's so frustrating to see her feel like a victim and again not taking any responsibility by blaming anyone and anything else but her own actions for her unhappiness. She's caused so much pain - not the least to Emma and her family - and yet she still is portrayed like a victim. I feel like the writers let her get away with so much (including killing her own father and Graham, incarcerating Belle for more than 28 years, etc) because Regina has so many fans...I wish she'd finally accept responsibility...But most of all I wish the focus would shift to someone else than her...namely Emma.
How very odd. I feel like we're watching two entirely different shows. Especially with the "focus" and who gets too much and who not enough part of your post.
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