I don't know.... I want to love this show. Quantico, FBI, fun cast.... but I find that there are too many secrets. I mean really..... there isn't one character I can relate to or even like. And how do so many strange people with huge secrets get in anyway? 2-3 people maybe... but everyone? Hard to track and hard to care. I also agree that the flash backs are distracting.... Start with the bombing and a season build up where they take you back to the beginning would make sense.... But this? Hope it get's better.... still want to like this show.
I liked this episode as well. The chanel-o-ween cracked me up b/c it reminded me of when Taylor Swift does gifts for her fans.
Basic paint by numbers episode with a predictable ending. of all the possible causes of the crash I found the documentary guy the least possible. I am glad they brought back Danny and his little brother though the reason he had for walking out on Loretta was weak. Dude was texting while he was at work. What was he thinking?
.....while my sentimental favorite is (for obvious reasons) the Season 2 premiere, this was 'Scorpion's all-around BEST of it.....
Maybe it's way early but there hasn't been a stand out episode of anything so far this season............ This week was just a typical case of the week............I'm wanting to see more about the ending last week...........................
This definitely wasn't one of the best episodes but I think they are building to something ..........we have to keep watching to find out what that is............... On another note, has anyone heard or read anything about Mark Harmon leaving the show(I haven't)? Had someone tell me that he was..............
Haven't heard anything but I'm thinking that might be the case since Tony is pushed in front and Gibbs talks to him about leading.
Really come on use the brain god gave you why would he leave also this is a perfect episode it was like the old NCIS
Love it and love your Review Douglas Wolfe
.....for me, this was another solid Season 2 offering - Sonja served well as a plot device for EVERYone, including Cabe (and Toby, even Sylvester) who is now trying to re-establish the trust in his relationship with Walter, to re-evaluate their judgment - it's only NATURAL after what's transpired between those two, for HIM to acquiesce into such an increasingly familiar, yet now DIFFERENT tete-a-tete with Paige (do either of them have a good grasp on what the understanding at which they've arrived, actually signifies, means? Not QUITE - and it's a process of evolution for HER as much as Walter, in trying to reconcile frequently conflicting impulses with a much stronger sense of what her role is.....)
Sorry - 1 more quibble. If Eddie's shooting himself meant that Eobard Thawn never existed, shouldn't everything connected to Eobard and his actions have been eliminated? headache-inducing "timey-wimey" stuff (to borrow from Doctor Who)
I thought Henry leaving made no sense, despite the noble reason he gave. Also, after all those years in prison (and no mention of his being given restitution), where will he go? Barry wanted and deserved a chance to get to know his Dad outside of the context of prison. Too soon, IMO. Was there anything in Wells's recording that would have given away that Barry was the Flash? I can't remember. Perhaps he was just referencing mentoring Barry and Barry's growth. Overall, really enjoyed this episode, though, and look forward to the rest of the season.
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