Well we have already seen the desk drawer full of new phones but something has to tip Ghost off first. Maybe he wasn't really sleeping? This great love affair is becoming more & more rife with suspicion & lies. Doesn't bode well for them in the end. I actually thought she would buy Holly's 'confession' because she didn't want to believe Jamie was Ghost. She isn't as weak as she came off with Holly.Am I the only one who thought Ghost's comment to Tasha was a bit of a condescending slap down? "Angela ain't like that, Tasha. Great sex won't keep her from thinking for herself". Ouch.
What a great episode that was ! So Will is now married, has a family and they still keep bothering him lol. Come on ! I was a bit confused when Alana and Chilton visited Hannibal. The setting was strange then I realized that it started off as an illusion and then moved back to reality. That dessert though... LOL. Chilton had to take a minute and consider. Can I just say, what great idea it would be to get a cook book from this show ! Without the human meat of course but wow. Yeah, that'd be so cool !Richard Armitage was amazing. And he didn't even have to speak to freak me out. Wow. Powerful stuff.
The food stylist for Hannibal has a website! http://janicepoonart.blogspot.... She takes you behind the scenes for a lot of things, and it is absolutely fascinating. The are also a bunch of recipes scattered throughout.
That blog is amazing !!!!! Thanks for that !
Angela bothers me. I don't know if it's her brazen disregard for boundaries (lying about Holly/Monica's expired warrant, using Ruiz's underage daughter as a secret witness), but she disturbs me. Just my opinion. What I want to know is what is Ghost going to do with the knowledge of Ruiz's daughter as a witness? He seems to have something up his sleeve.
Where did he get those papers? From Angela's briefcase? They are becoming less & less trusting of each other.Angela bothered me when she came off so weak with Holly but she seems to have recovered now.
I agree except for the CSI. We live in a digital age and it's very interesting to see the bad side and have it explained to a point. I know it's not all real but I pretty sure it could be someday.
John is past the point of no return................ I think Wes will be back and will be wanting revenge......and will definitely cause even more trouble for Gretchen and John............ Then there is John and Gretchen's co-worker(can't remember his name) that is looking at 10 years in jail............I think he'll flip on them..............
Excellent episode! Armitage did SO MUCH without even saying a word! Best scene of the night HAS to go to Hugh when he walked through the crime scene...... COME ON! Somebody HAS GOT TO pick this show up!!!!!!!!!!!
I am continuously amazed by Tasha, and want to give thanks to 50 Cent for making an effort to portray a heavily melanated woman who does not fall into Hollywood's typecast of African American Women as 1) Mammy 2) Hoe 3) Drug Addict-no seriously there are books written about this and the African American Male playing the 1) Buck 2) Magic Negro 3) Brut. Tasha's smarts, tact and endurance under trial are what's getting her husband out of the situations his selfishness is putting everyone in. Now that my tribute is over, did anyone catch this weeks Score? It was amazing! Hit The Ground Running is the official music supervision and I found myself Shazamming every song practically. Well, all I can say about the ending of this episode is ".....not all is well that ends well." Huh?
Well really, if you think about it, the biggest thug on this show is white boy Tommy. And maybe Vlad.
I agree they are doing a pretty good job with all the subtle nuances
I knew that was a girl last week, the moment she spoke.
I would love to see a very odd geek of sorts just win her over....head over heels unexpectedly and unknown at the beginning. He could have a huge back story that he is a self made man with overcoming drugs/alcohol or ptsd. Bring him in as a ob-gyn scientist and between those two, she finally can have the desire of her heart.....a baby. Then have a new nurse in on the scene to win Daniel's heart. She too, a great back story of an abandoned child, growing up on the streets..no foster parent abuse story please. Daniel loves to rescue. But she's far too strong to be easily one over, and Daniel must see her strengths and her kindness as a sensitive and caring insightful nurse or phys asst.
They cancelled State of Affairs after one season - very disappointing because I loved that show! Gotham is a good series and will get better next season because Fisheye Mooney is not coming back. Somebody said the Mysteries of Laura should not have been renewed for a 2nd season, but I disagree. Mysteries of Laura started slow (I hated the pilot) but got better and I really like all the stars. There are several shows on this list that I don't watch, so I can't say if they're good or not - Under the Dome, Prison Break, The Following, and others. I was sorry they cancelled Stalker, but I could see that the writers were running out of stories. The Stalker should have been a limited mini-series of maybe 10 or 12 shows, it would have been better I think.
I love Mysteries of Laura and was glad it was renewed. While I liked Stalker, the last two episodes were a real turn off for me. They killed a character who I felt they should not have, and they brought the two leads together romantically too quickly.
State of Affairs was HORRIBLE. enough said and Laura is garbage
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