What about Neal from Once Upon a Time. I refuse to accept that he is dead because the reason that he died didn't fit his character at all. It's like that scene in Brother Bear where the old lady bear is telling everyone about how her husband died and then off camera you hear him shout, "Quit telling everyone I'm dead."
What I don't understand is that you have your fiancee missing on the wedding day and how come you dont turn to your family? In Beckett's case her father. Can anyone be this strong and detached that they can start working without breaking down a bit. We had this lovely scene in earlier seasons when Kate had doubts about solving her mother's case and she looks up to her father. I would have liked to see Jim stepping up and boosting her morale a bit. But guess time limit is the boss.....
Yes, a scene with Jim would have been a nice touch but as you say, 42 minutes goes by fast.
Abe is Henrys adopted son. And though he seems older, like any child, he worries over his father. He is concerned about who will take care of his father when he is gone. Ive their relationship. My only very small disapproval was during the previews when he asked Abe had he taken the drug, Abe lloked yonger ; darker hair, clean shaven, slimmer. But in the show he looked like himself.
Not a bad episode. The Vance pathos was the most interesting thing about it; otherwise, it was standard "comfort food" fare. Next week's episode looks like fun.
I'm sadly going to have to disagree with you again. Vehemently. Passionately. Maybe even hysterically. But I'm going to need until the morning to fully process what I witnessed tonight, and mourn the show that, IMOP, once was and is no more.
Always look forward to hearing what you have to say :) Will definitely be on the lookout for what you have to say tomorrow. Now I did have a couple of glasses of wine before the show so that may be the reason I enjoyed hahaha.
Who plays lissa's dad
Excited Eyal is back to rescue Annie!
Henry was a shut in and only spoke to Abbie and ichabod, after he supposedly trust them. Which now we know was a act. The few times he came to their aid, the capt. was usually at another place, dealing with a situation.
DWTS used to be my wife's favorite show, but this season she just finds it blah! Like, it should be renamed, Dancing With Who? The "stars" are, for the most part, unknowns and certainly not Stars in the accepted sense of the word. She is also offended by all the near naked dancers wiggling and making other suggestive moves. She hankers back to the time when the dancers wore nice ball gowns and danced properly. I don't think she's going to watch it any more.
Thanks for this review, Christine. I'm quite intrigued with this new mystery; can't wait to see what happens next. And anything that puts more of the spotlight on Nathan Fillion is okay by me! I have to comment on my favorite line of the night, when Kate asked Lanie to take a look at Castle in the hospital. "You do know living patients aren't my thing, right?" On with season 7!
Yes, I keep remembering Fillion's performance when Alexis was kidnapped. I think that was some of his best work and I hope this story arc gives us more opportunity to see something like that. And who doesn't love Lanie? We could all use a best friend like her.
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