I totally agree with your review. The only way they could have made it any more obvious would have been to put an arrow above the captain's head. As soon as Tony interviewed him I knew for sure, and I had my suspicions before we even met the man. I, personally, am tired of super-hero Gibbs. While Tony wasn't made a complete fool of here, Gibbs had to be the one to figure most things out and seemingly save the day again. And the dig by Borin at the end on Tony (he'd be a solid #3...WTH???) was unnecessary. Borin was a throw-away in this one. A waste of her abilities and the actress's talent. Abby's line of "I don't even recognize you any more" - ugh!!! And don't get me started on the previews for next week... Overall, this week was a dud, and I've been trying to give this season (and Bishop) a chance. But that character and the way they've been butchering the characters is making me think I may find different things to watch, and that makes me sad because this has been my go-to favorite show for so long.
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If that's true why have you and every other dissatisfied and pissy viewer stuck around this long?
Because everyone has the right to give his opinion (which is requested by this writer's review). Because we're not in the Land of Bears. Because NCIS is not the magical series that enchanted 20 million of viewers (or almost) per week (first ratings). Because the executive producers have a hard time listening to other people ass-licking fans who say that everything is fine. Because Gibbs alone himself didn't NCIS (still don't and never will), and that no other characters (including Ziva), the series would have been over the years. Because the cast that has made a legendary series NCIS is gone. Because all the additions of characters created by Glasberg contribute nothing (everyone can't have Don Bellisario's genius and creativity).Because we are disappointed to be taken for fools when we say we don't like what happened to our favorite show and we were fan of Ziva and Tiva. At least for some of us, we loved all the characters and not just one or two. It was quite a character and Ziva completed the original cast for the series to become this unusual and unlikely show which includes a foreign government service. And there was just only story of romance (aborted and used to make buzz and ratings). Anti-Tiva (and some of cast's members) were screaming that the series wasn't a soap opera but a criminal drama. So right !!! but now each character has a story of boyfriend/girlfriend, husband or almost (where are we there? Big soap opera right?). Who is kidding whom? Ok I'll stop here. But it itched once and for all to put the dots on "i". Dissatisfied viewers also have the right to express themselves without always be treated morons. And excuse my English, it's not my native language.
If you don't like the show, then don't tune in...............
It is always the easy answer huh !!!! Watch something else if you don't like. But above all, above all, don't write negative reviews. Get out of this forum. But it's a balance, critics must be positive and negative if it isn't constructive. And each side should be expressed without mocking the other all the time For me, this is actually what I'm doing. Watch something else. But if we want to criticize a show and tell what not please us, we must look not? We cannot criticize when we don't know about it ... And I was talking to all the other fans who are picking up when they write something (I'm not talking about extremists, but many fans of the entiere team) . Good day and no hard feelings
there a different between you and us all you do is hate we do both
When you criticise every single aspect of the show, and find nothing good or worthwhile anymore, "why do you still watch something you hate" is a perfectly valid question. No one is disputing your right to voice your opinion. What they are questioning is why you continue to watch something that you obviously no longer enjoy.
I like it because it reminds me of small ville, But Barrys peronility doesn't really fit with the comic character he has no smartazz like qualities. He comes off as a boring scientist. but hopefully it is just his confiedence as the series has only started.
I still miss the secret circle. I will not watch JTV
Why is this Finn (or Finncent) so much more interesting than the one we were introduced to in TVD? Like Elijah said, Finn was basically dull and brooding as a vampire hating that he was a monster. Finncent however is much more lively, devious, jealous and surprisingly not afraid to use violence despite having previously being a violent creature which he was opposed to. My point is, whether it is the new body or just a new outlook on life, I like this Finn better. Hate what he's doing to his siblings but at least he's more appealing now.
Finnicent is def more appealing!!! I'm loving the bad assery(?) going on. And I like this Kol better. Sexier accent
You may want to wait until the previews for the next week show before you post that a fan favorite has died.I don't know why everyone thought he was dead anyways, all we saw was them remove an eye. Kurt Sutter wouldn't let us off that easy, if Bobby's going to die, we will see it. And there will probably be a lot more body parts to come.
Happy Quinn and Toby Curtis = Quintis! At least that's what tumblr people call it lol
bobby's not dead. showed him in the preview with a patched eye
Why did LIfetime preempt this episode for a "True Tori" marathon??! It looks like Kim of Queens isn't on for at least two more weeks - at least according to TiVo.
Clarissa, this is your best Flash review of the three to date. I disagree with you regarding The Mist surviving though. The "good guys" are not supposed to be purposely killing their adversaries. Of the two deceased adversaries, Clide Mardon was the predecessor to the eventual Weather Wizard and Multiplex is not a top tier DC villain. The Mist is a Tier-1 villain that has to be preserved for future appearances, akin to Deadshot, Merlin the Archer, Count Vertigo, Clock King, Captain Cold, Captain Boomerang, and Heat Wave. I'm assuming you have no issues with the development of the West characters in this episode.
(It's Carissa) Don't get me wrong, I don't think they should have killed The Mist, I just wish the jail had housed a baddie with a conscience first. Deadshot is my favorite on Arrow, and that's because although he does evil things it's not with evil in mind. That was the same with the first two metas on The Flash, but this dude was so bad! Like I said small quibble.
I agree that the Henry becoming Gold's apprentice was excellent and remember Henry has the heart of a True Believer and the prophecy was that Henry will be Gold's "undoing" it may still be in force. I first saw Michael Socha as the werewolf in the last 3 seasons of Being Human (the original).
Ooooh - interesting point about the heart of the truest believer! Though wasn't the prophecy that "a boy" would be his undoing? I kinda thought the "boy" in question turned out to be Peter Pan, his dad in boy form, while Rumpel only thought it was Henry. I could be wrong though, and yours is an excellent theory.
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