No SAMCRO movie, perhaps, but Kurt Sutter *has* announced his intention to keep the IP alive via novels and such until the prequel begins in a couple of years featuring the "Original Nine". THEN there's the next series after that, featuring Abel as head of SAMCRO. Sons is gonna be with us for a long, long time.
I have to agree with Doug, in that the ep seemed rather disjointed. The last group of clips at the end were used very effectively, and that scene was one of the few that really worked for me. The rest of the clips seemed a bit random and out of place, and as far as explaining the rules, just never hit the mark. It also bothered me that they promoted this episode so heavily as a "gift to fans". Showing clips of past episodes does not make an episode special, especially when most of the clips were mostly just wasted by being thrown out throughout the ep. I did like the "idea" of McGee writing this letter to his father, and also reminding us that he is in fact a writer, but it just never lived up to the potential after an interesting start. And I never saw McGee as being very caught up in Gibbs' rules. Tony and Abby, yes, as we've seen throughout the series, have always been very knowledgeable and obsessed about Gibbs and his rules, but not Tim, so seems a canon stretch to have McGee as the gate master into the rules.I also found it an odd choice as a Christmas episode. Sean Murray did a nice job, but for me, the episode was mostly a miss.
what about daniel grayson in revenge? :O
Where is Japril?
McQuaid was pretty bad ass when he threw himself on top of the guy who was on top of the grenade. Even Annie was like, "Whoa!" I like them together to a certain extent, but I was always an Annie/Eyal shipper and feel they missed something by not exploring that path.
what about Elizabeth and Henry McCord from 'Madame Secretary'? The best hubby/wife relationship on television.
I understand they are trying to broaden appeal with Kitty, but it might be diluting more than adding. Sherlock / Kitty chemistry isn't there for me. Enjoyed the episode, but wished the Sherlock psych turmoil was playing off Watson, not Kitty.
Can anyone explain to me how the fake Adam made autopsy just like Henry's or the real Adam did that and framed it on him?
How would you describe this episode, in a few words or a sentence?One of the best episodes ever--the premise of it anyway What quote or scene impressed you the most?After thinking on it more, I wasn't really impressed with the cyber criminals but that'sabout the only thing........I was impressed with McGee and his tenacity of not wanting to take the lead on the case....... What, if anything didn’t work?I don't agree with the panel about this episode being a Christmas "buzzkill" . Yes, it's more sad and hurtful this time of year---but it still happens none the less. I do agree with the panel that the turn around of Heidi was a bit quick............. Is McGee too rules-oriented?No, I don't think so given he grew up in a military family and given how he looks to Gibbs as a mentor. What are your thoughts on the flashbacks?I think that those were just a shout out for long time fans...........and to express the meaning of Gibbs rules............
Very Mixed Feelings. As a single show, was bored and didn't have the flair of an stand alone show. Wished they made it a 2 hour finale as finale should have been stretched out. Also wish that Alex Hunter and Sara Ellis would have made appearances....and maybe one would have been with Neal in Paris. Rather that then Neal getting the security job. Being in Love. But still happy overall with the ending and series. I assumed Mozzie was in on it? Maybe I was wrong, but how was the Funeral pulled off? Guess everyone forgot or Missed that. And that Neal and Mozzie split the $ And Mozzie with all that $, and pulling simple cons ago. And not seeing Liz or the baby for a year. Nope, especially I would think Mozzie would be sad over Neal's death and living somewhere else with the $ Also why would he leave the hints for Peter, and not Mozzie? And remember, they always said they would be together always. Also just episodes ago, Peter wanted to arrest Neal, if he was in on a crime. So You would have expected Peter to go after the missing 23 Million,,and go see Neal in Paris. And Keller getting killed, that wasn't planned, so if Keller got caught, then the Pink Panther could have gotten to him....and put Neal's friends in danger. So many things bothered me, as this episode had lots of weaknesses that never happened in previous episodes. And I agree with the viewers rating of about 3.9 over the editors of 4.9
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