Well I think that McGee regressed because Tony didn't share his problems with Zoe with him. The there's no living with him comment was out of line. Good episode. Strong acting again by Michael Weatherly. He never ceases to make me feel a range of emotions as Dinozzo each week. Thought the moment between Tony and Gibbs when he talked about belonging might have cracked Gibbs' ice for just a moment. Guess we will find out.
Good episode. I'm wondering how many episodes Kelli Giddish will miss.......maybe not many being as they probably by now have at least half the season done. Looking forward to next week's episode..........
Did anyone else get an Alien 3 vibe when the infected were about to kill Sam and then didn't? It kind of reminded me of the scene where the alien didn't kill Ripley because she had a queen inside her.
I was trying to remember where I had seen that before. I was thinking the original Dawn of the Dead where they are trying to get to him but when he changes they all turn and walk away. But it was definitely the scene from Alien 3 that I was trying to remember. Thank you!
I was also thinking of the movie 30 Days of Night with the vampires.
I thought it was an excellent episode. looking forward to more of Aisha Tylers character and it could have been a more than one show as story. are they going to go after the dirty dozen from the premiere more?
What is with Aisha Tyler's hair? Sorry, but it looks terrible...........doesn't suit her. Was an alright episode........the guy that played Charlie was good. I didn't watch The Mentalist so I didn't know who he was.
I read on another site that this is Aisha's real hair, and when you see her with long hair it is a wig.
I think Felicity is going to die and then Oliver will eventually fall back in love with Laurel again like the creators originally intended before the fan base caused them to change the show.
The Olicitu in suburbia did nothing for me and I hated those parts of the show. Neither of them really wanted to leave Star City and Team Arrow and Felicity's lying to Oliver clearly shows this. Marriage between Oliver and Felicity? A dead letter all the way around. I therefore declare that Olicity must go and in rather short order........................
I agree well said,just noticed on twitter that Slaughter is back deja vu are we having severed heads again,I actually think they are already slapping us in the face.
Well said, everyone. I don't know if there's still time for the powers that be to discard this awful new direction and get back to the great relationship that once existed on this show, but I'm hoping that articles like this will get them thinking that, "Hey, maybe this all wasn't really that great of an idea..." Honestly, I'm starting to get the same vibe as I did when the last season of How I Met Your Mother started — but hopefully this doesn't turn out to be as much of an utter slap in the face of the fans as that turned out to be.
Oh no. Don't even mention How I Met Your Mother. I loved that show and used to watch the reruns all the time until that series finale. Now if I see it on, I change the channel. I hope the Castle writers don't ruin this show the same way. At least right now, I can still enjoy my Castle reruns on TNT.
Yep, won't be seeing Eric Close anymore as he's not on the show anymore....... Last night left a lot of "will they" or "won't they" questions. No doubt Deacon losing Beverly is going to be hard on him. Will this be what it takes for Scarlett to go back to Gunnar? I'm hoping they don't drag out much longer Will struggling with who he is. I get that he feels people have turned their back on him but they have just drug this out too long as it is.......... Even though it looks as though the girls made nice with Teddy I'm still expecting something major to go down with Daphne..............
The episode was so well-written it could have gone over a several episode arc. In fact, that's the thought that occurred when Morgan opened the van door and only found a mannequin inside. I knew it wasn't the daughter. TV has become too predictable. There may have been one small misfire: why did Charlie go back to the FBI building when he thought his daughter was in danger? And how could Mitchell have foreseen that he would do just that, and complete his plan for bringing the sarin directly to them? If I were Charlie, I'd be checking my daughter's school to see if she was there, or calling my wife. About the last thing I'd do is go to the FBI building. In fact, if I felt the need to contact them, I'd do so by phone. Time being the essence, of course. Charlie lost his mind and wasn't thinking straight. Is Aisha a part of the main cast or what? She isn't in the intro so I'm guessing she's still considered a guest star?
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