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The Affair Season 1 Episode 10 Review: Happiness Interrupted

That funny moment where the reviewer complains about too little Joshua jackson but then complain about too MUCH Joshua jackson in season 5 of Fringe. Anyways, I have no way to watch this show but I am glad Josh is FINALLY getting kudos for his work. See Fringe writers and fan base, Josh CAN bring it without having to play 50 versions of himself.

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Cho had the best lines. I love his character. I loved psychic Lisbon. I don't really want them to leave the FBI. It was an awesome episode.

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The Librarians Season 1 Episode 4 Review: And Santa's Midnight Run

The 4th ep of The Librarians was a wild ride from beginning to end. The writers and actors showed how versatile they are. Can you imagine Christin Kane witha Cockney accent! Memorable lines like "oh shiny balls" will stay in my head. There was something for everyone- laughter, chases, fights, and even some hopeful sentiment at the end. I'll watch this one over and over.

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@ Louise Shive

I loved that line! This is what I would call a very quotable show.

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The Mentalist Season 7 Episode 4 Review: Black Market

I thought Jane's question about leaving the FBI was really designed to gauge Lisbon's reaction to a long term future with him. She didn't say "we've just become a couple - it's too soon to talk about things like that". She just focused on leaving the FBI. And The way Jane said "I know" it was even more obvious that leaving the FBI wasn't the point of the question.

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For me, his season finale was still very dramatic but in a quiet way. In the end, we find Carrie more alone than she ever was - she lost her father, her friend/possible lover is somewhere on the hostile territory and the worst of all - her mentor betrayed her and everyone from US embassy. The look on Carrie's face when she saw Saul in Dar Adal's house was heartbreaking. Still, I got to wonder if there was some truth in what Dar Adal said to Saul - that not everyone can be blessed to act with moral clarity. Throughout the series, we've seen each and every one of these characters making questionable choices. So was Saul's choice justified or a part of a bigger plan or did he just want back in CIA so badly that he grasped the opportunity, regardless of consequences? I guess we'll have to wait and see.
As for season 5, I hope we will continue with Haqqani storyline in some capacity - even just because I still want to see the end of Tasneem! Quinn must come back as well- this show needs Quinn as much as Carrie needs him, he's her voice of reason and her pillar of strength. I guess season 5 will be like Quinn's open ended mission- anything can happen - but that's one of the things I love about Homeland.

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Sorry but this episode was too silly and frivolous to enjoy, except for Bruce Campbell. It also made me realize how one-note all of the characters are. It's like they tried to split Noah Wyle's Librarian's personality traits into separate characters. Was excited about the first two episodes but need to see more depth and sides to the team to stay info it. Also disturbing was how dumb they wrote the bad guys in this episode. There was no way the main baddy from tonight's episode could have killed any would be librarians.

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@ Michael

I do agree we need more character development. Hopefully, we'll get that in the next few episodes.

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The Best of 2014: 18 TV Couples Who Made Us Swoon

Castle and Beckett:)

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My only complaint, if you can even call it that, was that I thought the murder victim was gay when I first saw him so I couldn't reconcile the whole back story whenever they discussed the ex-wife. I kept waiting for the ex to say they divorced because he was actually gay. Otherwise, it was fun to see Lisbon taking Jane's role and the affection on Jane's face while watching Lisbon perform was sweet. On a side note, Abbott is looking fit and lean. A far cry different then just a year age when he some extra pounds and chubby cheeks.

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Person of Interest Season 4 Episode 10 Review: The Cold War

Having followed this show from its beginning, and having been a devoted fan, I am now getting the feeling that it has jumped the shark. I trace it back to the time when Carter was killed off. It never really seemed to find its way after that. Coincidence maybe, but it now just seems to be a parody of itself and I don't feel as devoted as I once was.

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The Mentalist Season 7 Episode 4 Review: Black Market

I think there's quite a bit of foreshadowing there that they may end up leaving the FBI, maybe after the last episode. Jane can probably wiggle his way out of his contract and the murder charges somehow. I wonder how likely it is that a jury would convict him anyway. Lisbon does love her job but I suspect she loves Jane more. She has also looked pretty terrified this season following near misses with death. She has more to lose at this point. Maybe Abbott's situation will give Jane a bargaining chip. Cho's smile at the end says he will relent with Vega, though I wonder if he will regret it. She's reckless and may end up getting herself killed, breaking his heart. For someone with a military background, she's bad at following orders.

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@ Ruritania

If Lisbon was to become pregnant in the next few episodes, that would advance her leaving FBI.

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@ reality adictt

Please, no! Haven't we had enough stale clichés in this show?