Oh I know but I don't have to like it or participate. :-) I'd like to have a few choice words with the person who started this whole thing - the guy(?) who came up with Bennifer for Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez.
When I see that offensive word for Tony & Zoe I know I'm not dealing with a reasonable viewer.
All I know is that there was steam coming out of my TV when Zoe & Tony were in the Bullpen together and standing thisclose to one another. She won me over because she actually likes Tony. I really like that they were friends first back when they were partners in Philadelphia. A relationship built on friendship and respect has a good chance of succeeding. Fornell. As I noted on my own recap he may not have spoken his grief in words but it was written all over his face. Heartbreaking. Loved Ellie offering to be Emily's "big sister" if she was open to it and Fornell accepting the offer. Sarah. Yep, I pegged her almost from the get go. Not when the SEALS found her but as soon as we saw her weeping on the video - she seemed to be way too composed even as she was "crying". I was surprised that Gibbs gave absolutely no sign that he suspected her - guess its that chauvinist in him that wouldn't let him see that even nice American girls can become terrorists. Abby. It bothered me that she was surprised that he was seeing (perhaps even in love) with Zoe. She's the one who told him she sees behind the mask. She didn't and that came across as off to me. Gibbs. I think his "It's about time. Jeeze!" comment was his seal of approval for Tony following Auntie Mame's advice to LIVE! LIVE! LIVE! Tim & Bishop. Why is it that Ellie seems to know Tony better than Tim? Is it because SHE'S in love with her husband and Tim is only in "like" with Delilah? Tim, even after all these years, doesn't seem to be able to see Tony beyond the surface. Does he still need Tony to be the team's "Class Clown"? Does he feel threatened when Tony is being serious? Yes, they're friends but he just comes across as clueless sometimes. The American Jihadists (Nasry, White & Goode) didn't come across as being the brightest bulbs on the planet - they were mostly wanna be's trying to impress the real ones by killing the Imam who spoke out against radical extremists (glad they didn't succeed) so they could get into the real game.
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