This was my favorite episode so far this season. Too bad this group won't be able to give us one more season-they are great. I'd rather Glee had let go of the graduated students and kept the show focused on Mr. Schue (Matthew Morrison) and his students.
I love the show, but what got me was the rod in the victim's back and his condition. His condition is Spondylolisthesis and I, as well as my cousin, have it. It's not that rare. My cousin's severity was much, much worse than mine, grade 5 with 100% slippage. I'd slipped from grade 1 to 2 in less than a month, meaning they wanted to do my surgery immediately instead of 1 to 5 years. Our surgeries are spinal fusions, not a single, huge, straight rod up the spine. Levels of vertebrae depends on the severity of the Spondy. I've now had 4 total back surgeries, 2 lumbar fusions and have decided no more. I'm clinically diagnosed disabled, I'm just 35 and was diagnosed at 32, in chronic pain and it's extremely possible my upper levels will slip in the future, meaning more fusions are possible. So, it isn't that rare. But they were very correct it is progressive and extremely painful, (Severe leg and back pain, numbness, some even experience incontinence). Though it was fun to hear our condition brought up on Rizzoli and Isles!
A person should know about their subject when writing an obituary. Live long and prosper Leonard
1. I'm still hoping that Will was brought back just to bring closure to their relationship and that he will leave one way or another. I think that Gabby's appearances over the holidays foreshadow an early release. Will is probably going to die somehow, Gabby will get custody and Sonny will be involved somehow as the father figure. Paul will teach her how to play baseball. Happy ever after. 2. I am going to make a still shot of Jennifer's reaction to finding out about JJ and Eve my computer wallpaper.
Ok I will ! :-)
Rodger, you'll have to send me that still shot of Jennifer's face when it happens. I can't wait to see it.
Nothing against Gaga - but she is a far cry from Jessica Lange.
Danny is in someone else's home and starts criticizing the furnishings and BREAKING things the minute he gets there and can't imagine why Steve would bother to try to repair what he broke. He unapologetically leaves the window open and lets the cat out...has no clue as to why Steve would send someone to find the cat or even care that it is gone. What a self-absorbed JERK! The "couples counseling" thing between 2 cops has already been tried (and failed, even though it was still much better than the attempt on this episode of 5-0) on a show called "Common Law" on USA Network
I don't feel like Danny's character has changed that much over time. He has always been pretty anal and honestly I think self-absorbed unless it comes down to Grace. Him being the cop that runs things by the books has not made him the most chill person in the world.
I am still seeing more fans daily asking for renewal of Sleepy Hollow, on this site. Really not fair that we ADULTS are not taking seriously in TV demographic ratings. I repeat, I am really surprised that the popular age group is 18-49 years of age. Do the network big shots think we 50 + are too feeble to stay up & watch a program, or do they think we don't have experience with Good programming? Last nite I saw Sleepy Hollow rebroadcasting the 2nd season. I am hoping the network execs take this in consideration. Renew, renew PLEASE!!
I don't remember anything about Thomas Hamilton being committed to an asylum mentioned last season but I think they said he killed himself or at least there were rumour that he killed himself.
I thought Daniel did a great job directing. I'm hoping now that therapy is over and Danny bought Steve a guitar and Steve let Danny drive, the meanness and snark on Danny's part will lessen and he'll stop calling Steve names and things will go back the usual fun carguments of old. I know if my friend kept calling me an animal and a putz, to name just a few, they wouldn't be my friend for much longer. The COTW was inane and the bad guy in full Robo-Cop gear was way too much but seeing Kono get all bada$$ is, to quote Kamekono, "a piece of resistance!!" Jerry knew Ruth was lonely since before he found a family with 50, he was too and it was easy for him to see thru her. Takes one to know one. I did enjoy the ending I always love seeing the team together and the last song was perfect because, hopefully, The Boys are Back in Town!
To me nothing has changed in terms of the violence this show has. The season 2 finale had plenty of violence in it. We saw Chief Fryer ambushed and killed, max shot, Malia killed, veterinarian and his assistant shot and killed, Kono bound and gagged and dumped off a boat into the ocean and oh yeah the HPD headquarters blown up. It was a miracle no one was killed in the HPD explosion. So maybe another miracle will happen and those officers shot by the terminator will have had their vests on and no one was shot in the head and they all survived. In spite of some of its goofs, I still really love this show and don't want to see it cancelled.
I agree, I don't think the violence has changed on this show. The death count has always been unbelievably high, despite the scenery you might want to think twice about visiitng Hawaii if this show was all you knew about it.
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