Ronald simkins

This was a very engaging hour. My main question is yes the Brotherhood suspects that there is a third party out there but they have no idea about Samaritan and I have a feeling that somehow the Brotherhood and "The league of assassin" will cross paths before the season's end. Somehow our heroes are gonna be the major flaw in Samaritan's design.

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RIP Scarface he will be missed.

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State of Affairs Season 1 Episode 2 Review: Secrets and Lies

The constant references to the Soviet union (especially by a supposed Russian) damages the show's credibility. Do your homework. Otherwise I agree that this is poorly researched spy porn.

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Suits Season 4: When Will It Return?

LOVE the idea of more "Suits" (with focus on characters like Louis & his female helper at the office that were less-featured previously), but someone needs to sound the alarm for both Leary & USA: Denis' TV work for firefighters is done with "Rescue Me", & there never was any reason to watch that show.

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Chrisley Knows Best Sneak Peek: A Scary Good Time

The expression on Greyson's face over the Jason story , priceless! I laughed till I cried it was so cute.Great show love the family.

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I am happy Alfonso won, he brought me happy memories for a show I grew up with and loved. Alfonso will always be associated with Carlton.

Ronald simkins

I know you are a little obsessed with the "mystery" of Harrison ( and I don't believe he is the Reverse Flash). I also am a little ticked that they introduce metahumans and a back story (which is a positive) but then they "disappear". It's almost like they are pandering to the fanboys who cream in their jeans thinking of how many villains they can cram into the current season. However you really neglected the very significant interaction between Caitlin and Barry and I think they are looking down the road with that. Otherwise I am satisfied with developing Barry in a more three-dimensonal character and Grant is really knocking it out of the park.

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NCIS: New Orleans Season 1 Episode 9

what was the short poem quoted in this episode.....Please? Something ended in "roots are blood" or something like it.

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NCIS Los Angeles Season 6 Episode 9 Review: Traitor

Am I the only one who thinks he heard Deeks say "I love you" to Kensi? It was at the very end of when he was going on and on about the things he knows about her.
I keep saying that unfortunately, we are seeing the unraveling and eventual end of this series this season. I think Kensi is pregnant by Deeks, he's going to ask her to marry him. As athletic as she is, Kensi can't be what she is while pregnant. I think Hetty is either going to be forced into retirement rather than be re-assigned to Washington DC.
Granger..I thought he might be the mole but you don't poison yourself almost to death to get out of being discovered.
As for Callen and Sam, I hope they're not killed off.
Eric can't be expected to be as tough and aggressive as the rest of the guys. He's got courage, but not every guy is a fighter. His talents...like Nell's, lie in being able to quickly and correctly ferret out the information needed to the field operatives. I like how he tipped Nell and Hetty off by saying "I don't want to die in this old building". That was clever.
what makes me wonder about Granger: a few episodes ago, when Hetty went missing, everyone was called out to the shop from what they were doing: Sam was running, etc. Granger was seen in bed with a woman (who's face we didn't see). Yet in last night's episode, Callen and Sam found his house to be bare of just about anything save, probably, furniture and dishes.
Don't know if this is a disconnect by the writers or what. Doesn't Bellisario's folks do their fact checking (sic), meaning, what did we say about this character in the past?, before they film?
Otherwise, this was a neat episode. The IT guy might be a fantastic IT guy, but he got fooled by the oldest trick in the book...distracted by a noise long enough for Sam to rescue Eric.
I liked it a lot.

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NCIS Los Angeles Season 6 Episode 9 Review: Traitor

I really enjoyed the show but probably because I like mysteries. I have been watching from the beginning of NCIS LA and know that there is something more to this mole. He is working for someone who wants to end the NCIS LA team, starting with Hetty. There really isn't a stand alone episode. Something that is said/done always leads to something bigger. Remember Season 1, bits and pieces of Callen's past came to light until the big season reveal of his mother's death. This time I think it has something to do with Callen's dad. Ever since he found out about him, things began to get bad. The other option is someone from Hetty's past. The fact that Hetty mentioned she almost killed Granger means there is something more to this story and maybe the people involved are back from her past.