I must say, I knew it, Peter was sooo sleeping with the intern's mom! hahaha I loved the way Alicia called Peter on it...and he denies it...why???? why??? why does he need to do that? why can he simply say: "we are nothing, I can sleep with whomever I want!"...no, he needs to play the little angel there..agrrrr...he really pisses me off! I didn't like the way Alicia shows up at Finn and then left..please...they can be nice friends, no need to ruin this nice relationship! I'd rather see her with the campaign manager...mmm gnummy!! Cary is so cool and nuts at the same time...seriously! but I am kind of happy that Lana has been called in for the leaking...I do not like her, not liking Kalinda with her...no, no, no..not so much interested in this story in any case!
I only ever get to watch this when it shows up online, but I really do like it. This is too bad. But I guess it will free up Betty White's time for other projects. She never seems to run out of them ...
I knew who the killer was the instant they had him walk onscreen. They really should get some lesser-known actors to play the villains. Some actors who are not typecast would be good. Like, get Sally Field to play a murderer. She can do anything. But get her fifty years ago, before she got famous. As Hugh O'Brien said, get a young Hugh O'Brien. I loved the white dress at the end. It kind of made up for the pantsuit she wore to her wedding, and the appalling first wedding dress, the episode of which was rerun this weekend in my area. I did not need my memory of that Rose Bowl Parade float of a dress refreshed. But the cow town dress was lovely, even though it appeared more like an under-dress than an outer dress. Yes, hog tying class would have been interesting. Nathan Fillion can simulate a quick draw pretty well; he did it in Firefly. I'd have liked to see him do it. His character is a good shot; having him flub up that draw the way he did was idiotic for a man on his honeymoon with everything in the world to live for. (After all, he had already had a graphic illustration of how well the villain could draw that gun and aim it.) Castle is fairly submissive, and not just to women. He's also quite bright. Even considering trying to stop that man from leaving was stupid, and I did not buy it for a second. It quite took me out of the story. But since he was being stupid, it was a perfect time for him to be shown to be competent. And they just made him look like an incompetent wuss again. Annoying.
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Re: first paragraph: I agree but also disagree in this episode because there were three that fell into that category so any of the "recognizable" faces could have been the killer. I've seen the wife, sheriff and actual bad guy play murderers in other shows.
I have seen the wife-actess before, playing various roles. Not the sheriff, or if I have, he strikes no bell in my memory. The bad guy plays nothing BUT bad guys, in my experience watching him. And his character did not ring true -- he adroitly played him like someone who was not what he seemed to be. He is a good actor; that is not my quibble.
Re the first paragraph, I call it the "Murder she wrote" syndrome. The most famous (or most vaguely familiar) guest star is the one who dunnit.
Did I miss where Drew mentioned taking Paige also? The entire impression I got was Drew was talking about taking Ralph with him. I don't trust Drew's motives, I'm not a Walter/Paige shipper by the way, however I just don't believe this guy.
Yes, he refers to bringing both of them with him. I think he's probably a rat with an ulterior motive, too.
Well, then did I miss the part where Paige and Drew are back together again? Are we supposed to be concerned that Paige is just gonna drop everything and run away to a new city with a man she hasn't seen or heard from in years?
No, and that annoyed me, that he just assumed she'd go gallivanting off with him without discussing it with her. She hasn't reconnected with him at all, he seems like just a babysitter to her, so why is he making all these grand plans.
MrWriteSF I think he is delusional. I do not believe Paige would leave everything for him, especially now that she has an awesome job. Drew just thinks he is super important, apparently.
sk8tfan Or he just thinks that if he gets a job, OBVIOUSLY they will follow him so Ralph and Drew can still be close. He apparently missed the fact that Paige has an awesome thing going with Team Scorpion.
Yes! He's one of those guys where it's all about him. I bet he sneaks off in the middle of the night because he can't handle the responsibility of a child at all, much less one who is a challenge.
An Emmy to Tony Goldwyn
As much as I am hoping that that Brett and Severide do not get together, I have a feeling Brett and Cruz will. Also, Serinda Swan was set to appear for 4 eps so my guess is that they will not live happily ever after.
It was pretty obvious listening to the judges' comments all evening that they had already been told that Tommy and Peta were going home at the end of the night, and indeed, it was the right time for them to go. As lovely and entertaining as he is, he does not rate being in the finals. I sat out the voting this season, and I plan to continue to not vote. But it has gone pretty much as it should, I think. Sentimentally, I would love to have seen Tommy Chong win it all. But the other four remaining are better dancers at this stage in their lives. If Tommy were able to come back as a thirty year old man to dance, then we would see. No time machines available just now, though. Aside from Tommy, my favorite tonight was Alfonso's Argentine Tango. The line of his back was just exquisite. He looked like a soldier dancing at a ball before going off to fight against Napolean. (His posture was so perfect he reminded me of those old movies which showed those balls, to be exact.) (Although Wellington's soldiers did not dance the tango ....) The other thing I liked tonight was the interview bit with the friends and family members of each remaining contestant. I finally found out who Janel is. It had been a mystery to me. Nice to see Ricky Schroeder again ....
I agree. I loved Tommy, and I'm glad he made it as far as he did. But the ones who made it to the finale are the exact ones who should be there -- and that doesn't always happen! And yes, the interviews. I wish there had been more time on personal details, rehearsal footage, and so on this season. There weren't even many special performances, and that's a shame. But, we do get a two-night finale this week!
Tnt lost their minds cancelled everything Dallas, Franklin and Bash, Perception all good showa and Dallas left us who the daddy and is Christopher dead. You have Guiding light but what about one life to live. Oh yeah tnt cancelled leverage too
Guiding Light was my pick. After that ended I rolled over to All My Children. Then that was cancelled. Now I'm watching Young and the Restless and Dish is dropping CBS. I'm better off watching Hollyoaks online from Britain!
I liked Guiding light too but I upset a tad more Iltl cuz I watched forever. I don't think any them should been cancelled they still some huge fans. That stinks that u pay for dush and they dropping CBS I hope they work a deal out for u guys who have dish
Having Carrie trust based on a recap tured memory of a comforting moment was a bold and understated. Hard to picture many spy/dramas having the nerve to make a plot choice like this.
I love Rafael but this episode had me rooting for Michael and I was almost as heartbroken as he was when Jane left him. Seeing their backstory and watching his pain and his effort to recreate a special moment for him and Jane made it hard not to love him...and hard not to slap some sense into Jane. Rafael, as hot as he may be is just a fantasy, not the real deal. Team Michael. Also, those sisters...seeing them at dinner I dubbed them as the devil's spawns. I hope Jane becomes a good influence for them.
You just described my feelings. I tought that I wanted Jane with Rafael, but when I saw how she and Michael met I just started rooting for Michael. And that kiss was a little too off for me. When Jane and Michael kiss it's seems real. Is it called chemistry, I think. Still loving Rafael though.
Yeah their first meeting was amazing but imo it was just too teenagey and fairytaley.. I gotta admit Jane and Micheal's relationship only reminds me of a high school one and its true at the moment Rafael is a dream to her but all things into consideration and their interactions has signs of it progressing to a more matured and realistic one.
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