I think Carter isnt really Elizabeth's child. Or that Lori and David had an affair
Terrific episode ~ so happy to see Martha & Alexis once again & it is so nice to see a child from a former marriage actually like his/her step-parent, it certainly is not that way in many cases (not all cases, many cases) so to see how well they get along is refreshing & it is almost as if Kate is more than a "friend" to Alexis - it is very sweet to see Alexis give Kate a kiss good-bye again. As always, Martha was so helpful to Kate - Martha has become much more than a mother-in-law to Kate. Love this little family & it is ALL because of Rick. GREAT husband, dad & son. So much fun to see Kevin & Javi practicing their route in that interrogating room. Their dancing was pretty darned good. Congrats to them AGAIN on winning that trophy - haha!! And as always, not enough Lanie. Best scene was when Rick revealed to Kate that he overheard her tell Martha that she was scared to death about getting on stage. We are starting to see the human side of Kate, which is exactly what Rick said as they were getting on the elevator. Since she was flung over the side of that building & was hanging on for dear life & she realized that Rick was who she wanted, her character has been written less fearless & more with fears - good for the show's writers to balance out this character. And it's a GREAT husband who realizes that his wife is #1 even if he won't do as he'd like to. He gave up being the emcee because all he has eyes for is his Kate. The guy is just head over heels in love with her (& vice versa.) He waited 7 years to marry the love of his life, it appears that Rick theory is "happy wife, happy life" (did I say GREAT husband?) this is why this marriage will last until one of them dies. And the shower scene was just terrific .... though I'm thinking that was not the two of them behind the shower doors ... the girls hair was way too long, Kate's hair is not long. That was both of them singing, it just did not look that it was Nathan or Stana behind the shower door - I'd be surprised to read that it really was. I watched that scene a few times - the guy isn't big & hunky that looked like Nathan Fillion. Loved the scene - such a sweet, sweet love story. So after a real fun episode & after a few week wait, we will finally start to get some answers at to Rick's whereabouts for those two months. Hope it is as intense & thrilling as the first episode of this season, I was on the edge of my seat when Kate was in overdrive looking for Rick.
incorrect. It is a great husband who talks over things with their wives and then decides on a course of action.This marriage would end in separation because in the real world issues do not simply die away you have to work through them. Not here however.Until they share with each other it is impossible to assert they love each other. There is a HUGE difference between being in love and loving someone.
Really enjoyed this episode. Michael Ealy played the hell outta this role!
Sorry to post this so late. I have watched this episode probably about 4 times now cause I can't get enough of the two Olitz scenes and Stevie Wonder's "All in Love is Fair". The song was such a perfect choice for the whole episode. To get to my point, it just dawned on me (I'm a little slow sometimes) that Fitz gave the ring to Olivia at Cyrus and James' wedding; and now Olivia put the ring back on at Cyrus and Michael's wedding, in essence she also saying "I do" love you still. I'm a romantic for Olitz and it has broken my heart what she did to him after he risked everything for her. I hope we will get to see what happened after the wedding when they had that incredible eye contact moment. Maybe it will be included as a flashback some time because I would really like to know what Olivia said to Fitz. I also saw a lot of growth in Cyrus and I hope he has mellowed out cause I wanted to "kill" him myself after all the damage he has done. Thanks everyone.
So Maya was a human calculator just like Sylvester, and she was pregnant. That is about what I got from the cotw. Last week showed such promise for our 2 couples and now it looks like they are both over before they really got a chance to get started. Happy wasn't so happy with Toby. A fancy restaurant, dressed to the 9's and then he stood her up, unintentionally, but still stood her up.She has every right to be upset with him. Paige, Drew and Ralph looked like a happy little family and Walter got to witness it...lucky him. Looks like Paige lives in a fish bowl, I would be closing those drapes at night when the lights are on. That was kind of creepy.
Isn't Meredith Monroe getting bored of just doing guest appearances on abc and cbs shows. After Dawson Creek that all her career consisted of.
When I saw that guy who had all those guns with Mike at the carpark, I thought that's Trevor from GTA 5!
Oh my gosh, I loved this episode so much. Espo and Ryan practicing their routine in the interrogation room with guard at the door. Those light-up shoes and the PW hat was the icing on the cake. Those 2 could take it on the road if they ever lose their day jobs. Near the end when Kate and Castle were talking about what he did so Kate wouldn't have to perform on stage and he said something about that not being nearly as a big a deal as what she was about to do for him. I wonder if he was talking about babies. The shower scene was both sexy and adorable. Looks like in 3 weeks we finally get some answers to what happened with Castle for those 2 months he was missing. That is one long break though. It's like they're on 3, then off 3, wash, rinse, repeat.
Season 5 coming to an end... though good, I don't think it topped last season's. I know they intentionally make this show over-the-top and borderline it a black comedy, but I wish they would settle on the darker side and make it a little more serious. They tackled some heavy issues/themes this season, and sometimes when it drifted off into the thin layers of comedy, the show struggled and seemed annoyingly silly (Frank getting his fortune and blowing it all in one night; a young medical doctor who has a later stage of cancer and now wants to live life to the fullest. It's interesting but very unrealistic). The acting is always good on here; I think the girl who plays Debs has blossomed into fine-young actor and it showed this season. The kid who plays Carl was also good, though a bit one-dimensional. Emmy Rossum and William H. Macy are all well-derserving of awards. Jeremy Allen White and Steve Howey all bring it. I look forward to Season 6. I think the British version lasted 8 seasons, and am wondering if the American version will make it that long. Hope so.
I'm over the Paige/Drew thing already. The next two episodes are going to be worse. Don't understand why she'd ever trust him, even if she isn't thinking anything with Walter would be a good idea, because wasn't he gone for 7 years or something? And the implication was she was Ralph's sole support financially during that time as well. So he's been back a few months - what has he done to earn any trust, liking, support, whatever? Or have I missed something?
I completely agree. Sure, Drew is trying to amend and spend time with Ralph but the only reason why this has been successful is with Walter's help. The fact that Drew wants to move to Portland and play more in minor leagues, possibly uprooting a child who is finally beginning to fit in, seems a bit irrational. It's essentially why he left Paige in the first place- history repeats itself? It's as if he really doesn't care about what happens to other people's feelings, as long as he get's his way. In no way other than he wants to spend time with Ralph does he seem dependable, and even then he usually fails miserably (a volcano science project? Ralph does way better, Drew). That could also be because I don't like him and think Paige should put her foot down, though.I want more opinions from Ralph. In the next episode I really hope we see what he wants, does he even view Drew as a father? Would he like to stay with the Scorpion crew?I also think Paige needs more interaction with her feelings on Walter. We keep seeing Toby pester Walter and his feelings develop (yes, I'm aboard the Walter/Paige train), but other than the episode forever ago where Paige had the steamy Walter dream she hasn't relayed much feeling. I cheered a bit last night when Walter finally recognized he has feelings for her. I knew the Paige/Drew scene would happen the moment he pulled up (because why not add more drama for the finale?) but the improvement he's made has been great. Now we need to see Paige do the same, and finally shoot Drew down like the scum he is.
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