I didnt see it...yet. not too much interested. I watched the promo but....too much Sara in the next episodes, and cant understand the relationship between that two.
I watched TheTalk and Simon was entertaining and gorgeous but what he said about TM bothered me. He talked about how "dangerous" it was to end the Red John story after all this time with so many people involved - or words to that effect. I got the impression that the danger was in many of those involved no longer being there. They showed a scene in the Airstream and only Jane, Kim and Cho were there.
If Lisbon is not going to be there, the writers will have a major job ahead of them making it seem OK for her to leave. If they are doing that it is for sure to save money because Robin is probably the highest paid actor after Simon - maybe not much below Simon's $30+ million or whatever big bucks it is. If it was a choice of phasing Lisbon (and RigsPelt) out to cut costs or cancel the show I suppose everyone went with keeping the show going - maybe hoping it will be enough of a hit to start bringing at least Lisbon back. We'll see if she's still there in the story off an on, assuming Simon's use of "dangerous" referred to having to phase out Lisbon. That's a strong word that would not apply to any lesser character or to starting a new story line.
Another impression I got was the visuals they showed that went with the title for opening TM. It showed Jane quite differently from before. Very handsome of course but more clearly thoughtful rather than light hearted and child-like. A bit more serious and adult-like. So I'm wondering if this will be how Simon adjusts his Jane character to be still the same but somewhat changed. A way of showing what and who Jane really is without the angst overlaid with a coverup of child-like lightness. This should all be very interesting and I'm not sure how I will react to it. We'll see. (Just so he doesn't get in bed with Kim! No way do I want to put up with that!)
Yep, Rockford all over again...
Yes, I just saw the interview and sneak peek, too. I'm glad someone else was getting the same messages from it as I did. It seems that every bit of promo material that's been put out in the last two weeks or so is pointing to Lisbon no longer being a part of the story line. Sorry, but Jane is not a strong enough character without Lisbon to carry the show. I already fast forward through any TM scenes with Fischer, so I miss more and more of what's going on. When they bring Pike in, I won't watch that. What's left? Lisbon making a cameo or lurking silently in the background like a piece of furniture? If that's what they're really doing, I say wrap it up with the sixth because the seventh will just be some run of the mill procedural with a very weird middle-aged loner in an RV as the lead. He'll be either oddly asexual or have serial dalliances with women he neither knows nor loves. Now, won't that be fun to see after the deep, rich bounty that was the Jane and Lisbon relationship? It's beyond sad.
Most of this does not sound all that promising to me. However the writers might twist it to legitimise Lisbon leaving, it still means the audience have lost a main character. The reason given in the show for her or anyone else leaving is fairly irrelevant.
If they dump Lisbon, I hope the show fails. I am fed up of women being seen as disposable in films and TV while the 'important' male figures are seen as ultra valuable. Plus it would be so mean to the audience after all this time to cheat them of further Jane/Lisbon interatction after stringing us along with Jane saying you really must work with me, move here, lets be a team and make trouble. If we then end up with Kim in season 7 and Lisbon gone, I too will be gone and I would guess quite a few other people. To let people down even further after some aspects of the RJ ending - how many times can they get away with it before we the audience just despair and walk?
we will see him look into THE BOX soon and iam guessing it could be two things. She had the box delivered then took it home and then gave it to deeks. the box is light so my guesses are . 1 she ordered him some comic books then added her dads
collection to it or 2 . black socks ,red shorts and white tee shirt along with the jeans ,black tank top and bag across the shoulder. That's what they had on when they first met.
That 'Doctor' was creepy good. I liked him, and his constant lying. And I was pleasantly surprised by Finn's motives at the end. I wish Reid had talked to Blake though. She wouldn't roll her eyes as JJ. And I didn't know schizophrenia can improves. I guess Messer really wants the Reid character to be less 'angsty'...
Best line of the episode: Who's Beardy McGee? (At least that's what I think that's what was said)
The only complaint I have is that if Aaron had a gun, and assuming it was loaded and would work, why didn't he try to kill Dr. Horn or the Patriot soldiers.
Since the conversation about Robert Wagner possibly being a killer came up, I thought I'd share the interesting fact that when a film was made on it, Robert Wagner was played by Michael Weatherly.
I liked the episode, and I don't miss the inappropriated dialogues between Garcia and Morgan. I liked Rossi's line about his shoes! But I didn't like Reid's side story. If they couldn't get Lynch, they should just invented something more believable than sending Reid's mom on a trip. I missed Rossi, Hotch and Blake. And that thing about JJ and Morgan catching unsubs in most episodes is getting boring.
1- Because I´d read some spoilers (I really need to stop doing it!) I knew he was an option - BUT if I were to watch without any spoiler I´d be surprised, because he was someone who I´d never expected!
2- From the moment it was clear things weren´t what everyone tought, Castle should have been informed.
3 - Loved it! I really think the writters found a good way of bringing him back and setting things for what I hope will be his last appearance the next time they meet...
4 - I´m with Bobbie in this one; watching Kate being tortured and dumped to the floor made my heart clench tight!
5 - I´ll borrow everything Christine wrotte:) The letter was so touching, beautiful and emotional - altough I also loved their moment in the precinct where Kate said Castle was with all the time and the strenght she needed to hold on!
I really loved the whole episode, even if the torture scene was so hard for me to watch.
Actually, Finn did tell Marvin that he was looking for his sister.
I figured right at the beginning that Marvin was actually "The Doctor". Cesar didn't really seem like the "boss" type and especially after Marvin's skills as a hypnotist were revealed.
i didn't get Shawn's reference "is that [insert name or relative, i.e. 'my mom'] in there?"
i have no doubt it's a paraphrased quote from an 80s or 90s movie, and i wouldn't be at all surprised if it happened to have john cusack in it (they went pretty heavy on john hughes movie references for a while)..
does anyone know where this came from? -thx
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