You're right, I'm now remembering how she introduced herself. Thanks. However, once she did that, she could have dropped the arrogant and dismissive posture and not have been so combative. Expressing concerns can be done with civility. For the writers to have portrayed her in this manner was not pleasant. They could have shown that a woman can be strong and decisive without snarling at everyone, or is this the way they see a strong outspoken woman? I wonder.
You're funny, and I think you're right about the picture of Fritz. I was thinking it was a new hair style, a pompadour if you will, lopsided and done in a hurry.About the cat, perhaps the writers felt that being locked up in a bedroom would make him stink, which tells me that they know nothing about cats. I've had cats all my life and not one of them was ever stinky.
I gotta tell ya, I wanted to slap my head on the wall when Gloria Lim launched into her Rios impersonation. Why anyone would think it was a good idea to add one more "I know more than you do, bitchy to prove she's tough, uptight and unthinking" DDA is beyond my comprehension. The viewers do not need someone else to detest, the criminals do that for us already. The focus ought to be the team and their ability to work with a DDA who understands their differences. Other than her obnoxious and arrogant distraction, it was a good episode. Then there's Fritz. I've liked him since he played the sleazy Behan in Tombstone, but I digress. Anyway, I'd definitely watch a spin-off with Fritz. Brenda does not have to be involved. I loved The Closer, but I didn't realize how much I needed a break from her twitchy ways until I began to get to know the calm Sharon Raydor. My only complaint is Rusty...when oh when will they ship him off to college? The Army? On a sabbatical to Nepal?Oh yeah...good review.
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