This was a very beautifully written and acted episode! The wedding night scenes were mature, loving and sensual. Couple that with the more light-hearted flashback scenes and the actual wedding, and The Wedding was pure, unadulterated enjoyment! Happiness doesn't last forever, or even for very long on television, and undoubtedly this lovely couple will have tragedies and pain to deal with in future episodes, but for one night, it couldn't have been more perfect!
If you just read a review and not watch the episode, it's pretty hard to enjoy the experience! There is no way to convey the power and emotions of the actors telling you their story by reading words. Was the story far fetched? Well, yes it was. But come on, this is H50! It IS larger than life and always has been. If you can get past that and just enjoy the actors acting out powerful emotional scenes, you will end up loving this show and this episode in particular. Thank you for a review that reminded me this morning why I was riveted to my screen last night!
This was a good episode - although not an "out of the ballpark" one for me. I actually enjoyed the crime of the week. I was gullible enough to believe the girl was the victim up until Kono and Cath figured it out. The actual victim ended up being the real sympathetic character. Jerry is a good addition. I think it makes perfect sense to have a conspiracy theorist look into the Champ Box mystery. I'm very glad to return to this story line - it is the one concrete underlying plot that will undoubtedly run through the entire series. Don't worry about Jerry taking up too much screen time. Max Bergman is a regular character and he hasn't had a lot of screen time this second half of the season. I'm glad to have had more of Danny's story, but honestly, Mom Williams has overstayed her welcome. If she comes back, once per season should be plenty. Lots of great Kono time this episode. She's still one tough cookie. I am as confused with the Steve/Cath relationship as everyone else! Let's see what happens in Afghanistan in a couple weeks! Three different stories in 44 minutes is a little hard to stomach, though. A little too flighty. But as usual, small problems that didn't take away from my overall enjoyment.
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