Now that Calzona are broken up... please bring Lauren back!
That whole thing with Carrie and Aayan was wrong on so many levels aside from the gross out factor. Can anyone say pedophilia? I am a bit nauseated myself. First, for a seduction to work, there has to be some chemistry between the two parties, and it takes time to build a relationship that will lead to trust. Carrie does not have that time. She needs to build a safe and supportive environment that will lead to his trusting and confiding in her. I don’t think a woman old enough to be his mother that he doesn’t know hitting on him is going to do it. If he didn’t think he was being used before, hecertainly should now. He will be more wary than ever. Let’s hope Carrie realizes her mistake and stops at the end of the last scene and apologizes. This may be a thrill for her but it isn’t going to help her mission (of course this is TV land so he will probably spill his guts as soon as she is through seducinghim.)
i've been suspicious of tommy since the first episode.
I love it when the team gets to dress up for Halloween.
I'm excited to see what's in store next!
In the last episode when they were in the Salvatore house Sarah did say to Jeremy " WOuldn't it be cool to find my dad and he's whoever lives here?"
When Rebecca called Wes at the end of the episode, when she told him to look at the wall, we can see the Wes's cell and it was green and red, like he never really answered the cellphone.
I have a question cause I do not live in the USA so I dont know or understand the US judicial system or law system. In this episode I noticed that the prosecutor and the defense attorney in this case Annalise, both of them interviewed possible jurors for the boy's case. Can you do thatt in the USA for real? I mean that the attornies speak with the jurors before the trial begin? I thought that can be done well I never seen that before. But I dont know if cause thi sis a show it is make belief or the show is done based sometimes on true and real facts.
Yes. The process is called "voir dire"--French words for "to see" and "to say/to tell." Each attorney has the right to question potential jurors to make sure their life experiences don't raise any bias. For example, if a potential juror identifies as gay and the case involves a "gay bashing", such a juror might be biased and would be excused. Each attorney is allowed a certain number of "challenges", either for cause or not, which would excuse a juror from serving on a particular case. It might also interest you to learn that although lawyers can be asked to report to court as potential jurors, they are usually "challenged" and therefore excused. What's even more interesting is that close contacts of lawyers could also be excused. A friend of mine has always been excused from serving as a juror because her sister is a lawyer. FYI, I'm not a lawyer, but I'm willing to bet that most of the folks reading this have served as a juror in the US at least once, or have at least seen the process firsthand, and would agree with me. What's not quite accurate is the class she teaches. To quote a commenter who did go to law school, presumably in the US: "I have never had nor ever seen a law professor like her and that is not a [first-year] criminal law class. You have to learn the law before you can practice it. It was more like an evidence class mixed with a criminal procedure class."--kris47 from episode 1
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I think this person is right. The students are alreayd practicing the law and I believe they are in the first year oif law, is that correct? So they really do not know anything about the law and they are alreayd out working as if they are lawyers working on cases as fi they already know the information and have experience..
Yes...they are first-year law students (in the US, law school is usually for 3 years). The 5 students who are working as interns at the professor's own law firm are learning a bit more by working for her, but even so, they're still not allowed to practice law and the academic content of the class isn't completely appropriate for any first-year student, intern or not.
"She will premiere on October 31 as Bree, a former acquaintance of Bree’s"..... A direct quote from the article and it makes NO sense.
Loved your questions and everyone's responses, including yours, PTVJ/Christine and Mary Lou!!! I, too, loved Nathan/Rick as Tea Party Princes and mentor/detective with the children--and with Stana/Kate--and the two of them working together with Jason!!! I thought that Mrs. RUIZ was wonderfully played!!! Molly/Alexis end scene was sweet--including her hug with Nathan/Rick!!! I found Alexis quite understandably over the top!!! Of the ice cream flavors mentioned, Sweet Potato/Torched Marshmallows and Late Night Snack sound yummy--and I love any caramel/sea salt/chocolate combo!!!
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