This is a bunch of BS on how Finn had to die. For whatever reason ie the Bellarke shippers they got rid of Finn. Come on now!!!! I'm so angry Finn is gone, they didn't have to kill him for the Bellarke sake he could have lived and there still could have had Bellarke if that's what they wanted. There are other horrible people on this show who have done bad thing yet they get to stick around. The writers suck and that is why I quit this show.
Glad Kitty was back and loved her one-liners about the twins. I thought the songs were good but the rest was very bad. I am surprised the writers are hell bent on destroying this series. And enough Harry Hamlin. That is just creepy and sick
I want to know if Melanie and Serena are played by the same person. Please
This was another great episode and the pacing was a little better. The loved the montage of them making Mexican food as a stalling technique. The whole whiskey dick thing at the end was also hilarious. Although, like you, I was thinking there were a lot of other ways he and that girl could have still had fun.
Can someone tell me who played the roll of the patient's wife who was affected by the virus? I did recognize her from another show but cannot bring myself to remember where . Please help it's driving me crazy.... lol
Anna Belknap. She was on CSI:NY
As this show winds down I have to comment on one thing. Ever notice what a great actor Simon Baker is? Look at his face in the first "previously on the Mentalist" scenes when he tells Lisbon he would do what he did again to protect her. It's a look of steely resolve, that no matter what Lisbon thinks of him or does, he will protect her at all costs because he can't do otherwise. Then look at his face when he tells Lisbon he doesn't want to lose her. He is literally at the point of tears just thinking of the possibility of her death and finding it unbearable. And he does this so subtly that it is utterly believable. In so many instances throughout the series, Simon Baker's face just says it all, and at great depth. Marvelous to watch. Robin Tunney does the same job in her lesser role. Look at her face in the Red Brick and Ivy episode when Jane says of his psychiatric treatment, "It was a locked room." The depth of feeling and empathy and understanding is profound. There are many instances like this where all that's needed to understand what the characters are thinking is the look on their face. And never hammed up, always totally believable. I think that's why we love this show so much. The characters make us feel their feelings and their joys and sorrows and fears and hopes. It makes the show a joy to watch repeatedly, just to see great artists at work.
I agree that Simon Baker is a great actor. Robin is good also but I would say he is better. And I sure have enjoyed watching them both too.
I know that this is old news to most everyone. However, I became a fan of Criminal Minds from Re-runs on ION TV. As in, watching them for the first time over the last year or so. That means that Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior is a brand new show to me! And I can tell you, at least for me, that the reason that the showed failed is because they cast someone named Janeane Garofalo (however you spell it, spells S--T to me), one of the most Liberal, lame-brained POS that could absolutely NEVER portray realistically an FBI agent, or any other Law Enforcement character for that matter! Whoever the idiot was who decided to include her in the cast of this show doomed it from the start! I will not watch this failed show even though it is in re-runs now. And that is a shame, as I have been a real fan of the original Criminal Minds show. I wouldn't let Janeane Garofalokiss my a** (or any other part of me). And I sure as Hell will not watch a TV series with her as part of the cast.
I really enjoyed the finale and wish it had been two hours as well. As well as the deleted scenes, It would would've been nice to see one in which Joel and Julia inform the kids of their decision to adopt Victor's sister, which I imagine would have had a profound effect on Victor in particular (in a positive way).
Yes, more Justin. Erin mentors him (over time) into a truly great lawyer!
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