They both look amazing!
I only watched this show for about 4 years but it was the Patch and Kayla years! I loved them.
Love the Librarians. I hope Noah Wylie comes back more now that he is done with the terrible Failing Skies final season.
Dark Matter! Yes. I did not get into Killjoy. I am burnt out on so many karate chop fight scenes in all the shows these days. It felt like 50 other shows I have watched.
This was the finale? Seriously? I thought there was one more. I knew one them was going to have something bad happen. That is always what happens. I like this show but man it is so predicable.
I agree with you. Saw that ending coming halfway through the show. I really love R&I but with the new season being cut to only 7 episodes, I'm afraid the writers are just running out of ideas. Maybe I'm way off base. What can I say? I'm from Boston!
I don't think we know for sure that Jamal is dead. He may well die but I think he was still alive when the show ended.
The quote is actually "Those shitty little nubs were freaking me out."
The pilot was very boring. This episode was only a bit better. The only character worth watching is the student, who seems to actually have good lines and can act the part he was given. The main characters all need to be eaten - particularly Madison. Right now, I am rooting for the zombies.
I would love to see Binda paired with Derek and win. I'd also like to see Gary Busey do well but I'm afraid I won't witness that! lol But I like Busey. Also, the guy writing this is an Ahole. So sick of people picking on Paula Deen. I really am. But I'm not even getting into that here. I can't wait for the 14th. I have seen EVERY episode of every season and it has not let me down yet.
I love McGee, but have no interest in this relationship with Delilah. They're incompatible, and if they continue with it, I don't know if I have any interest in continuing to watch. Gibbs isn't Gibbs, Tony isn't Tony, McGee hasn't been McGee for a couple years now, and now they're continuing the Delilah storyline? I know Sean loves the storyline, but at least with NCIS: LA they know what the fans want and give it to them. I'll watch that.
yes you did and presented a theory where MW is being somehow diminished. as far as Tony is concerned. I don't see that as I see him having to evolve, from brash and perhaps a little wild albeit with great cop skills to more serious, and therein lies the rub, too serious Tony becomes the guy in the basement in Newborn King with Gibbs saying don't be me. Tony needs to be more than he was and needs to not be Gibbs. He and McGee always seem to copy Gibbs in some way and that has been like forever.. They've got to find the formula for these two characters to really come into their own, while their coworkers can respect them, as it was evident in the beginning of season 4 that his coworkers weren't too thrilled with his management style, again under DPB. This is what I think they are trying to achieve. Lets face it both Tony and Tim deserve to have so kind of leadership position. Again Gibbs is the center of the NCIS solar system, and Tony is one of the planets.
Season 4 was still DPB, writing. In fact he wrote Angel of Death and left us with the anti cliffhanger, Tony in a limo with Rene and Jeanne. A whole summer hiatus speculating what? Meet the parents? It was SB who blew up Tony's car and woke the team up to jeopardy. At least they can kinda joke about it still, With the Zoe parentals so recently . I wasnt sure what to make of Tony that yr, he doesn't take Rota, he's living a lie for the director , he's lying to Gibbs and his coworkers because of Jenny's obsession, and then he falls in love with his mark. Really bad decision making for the character. Not what a leader would do. That's what I mean about the Gibblets, they need to be more than Gibbs imitators, they need to find their own path to leadership.and gain their co workers respect not derision. Again season 4 and Tim and Ziva cranking about Tony's leadership style,that's why Tony is being changed, but then we don't want Gibbs part two either . Tony is probably the most complex of all of them, his baggage is almost as heavy as Gibbs, but his is a series of issues throughout his life while Gibbs is really one pivotal tragedy that turned him forever.
Most fans don't ship lovers, or pair ups. NCIS is about a family. And GG is right it's very hard to tell from season four on if Tony really has wanted to lead. He needs to decide.
Ever since Don Bellasario was ousted as show runner the subsequent two show runners and producers have given as very little evidence of Tony as the great bad ass ambitious agent that he was as originally conceived. I for one, miss early Tony. I wonder, given the diminished importance given to his character, if Weatherly is ready to be written out. It seemed they spent last season showing us how insignificant an agent DiNozzo was and shoved McGee to the front as Gibbs's new right hand man. Sorry - but the idea of the tragic Gibbs with second in command McGee show sounds dull as dishwater.
See there you go saying things the MW has never said. I see no evidence that MW wants to be written out, and Tony was written by DB in season four too. He backed Tony down at the beginning of the season, he put the undercover plan into action that ended so badly for the character, and started a plethora of issues about love and self worth and the discovery that your bosses may not have your best interests at heart meaning Jenny Shepard. Gibbs told Tony he should have said no to her, but he wasn't there at the start to mentor him, she used him and it blew him up emotionally in the end. Everything since then has been Tony internal defenses kicking in, frustration, inability to find love, commitment, the mask of a clown, all that, went on steroids after Jeanne, and being used by the boss. There were elements in Tony's character in the early yrs like that, but, and then the so called fantrist Ziva became involved with MRivkin, in 6 and from then on Tony seemed to not be jealous to me but nosy but also brotherly, in the extreme. But of course he would, he'd feel it was his job not to mention his innate nature to be nosy. Then other tragedies happened. Jenny, to Ziva, to Gibbs, his father comes into the picture and we begin to see even more reasons for Tony being Tony. But inspite of it all I still think he stands tall. He's just not the center of the NCIS solar system, Gibbs is and Tony is one of the orbiting planets.
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That's why I started my theory with "I wonder...."
I hate that "mature" Tony is a boring neurotic old man with none of the wit and sharpness, and most of al lthe passion I have loved for so long. If this is maturity, I want none of it.
Tony still has his wit, he's just not an immature jerk anymore. His interactions with his co workers are much more friendly and not teasing or snarky, Sexist or mysogenist.. Treating Tim like an equal now, taking Bishop under his wing instead of his previous interactions with Kate and Ziva, maybe some of us were kinda sick of that. Tony's skills are still present but he couldn't be the x rated Peter Pan forever. With all he's been through with his co workers and in his life you think he should be a skilled but juvenile agent still at what 43 yrs old? Tony was my least favorite because of his juvenile antics. He's now become one of my favs.
I have always liked Tony. I have always seen him as a very good agent. He is smart and capeable. He has changed since the first seasons. But in a good way He has always joked around but that doesn't mean he isn't a good agent. I also really like the relasionship he has with Bishop. He is her mentor and they seem to have a good brother-sister vibe going on. I really liked Ziva but I hated the whole Tiva thing. It made no sense.
I miss pre-season 11 Tony. For two years he has been given nothing to do, with only rare glimpses of the great agent he once was. He shoudl have been catapulted into a higher position long ago.
So....exactly what version of Tony do you think was the best? DPB's? Brennan's? or GG's?
Sadly, that's due to the way Tony was written under both Shane Brennan and Gary Glasburg.
I love Delilah and wish they would have made her the new agent on the team. Not especially interested in her relationship with McGee. She seems to have much better chemistry with Tony.
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