I just said the same thing. It's like they said, "oh, we're missing a gay character. Who can we make gay?" Then they thought of Crickett. The show was fine as it was. I find it very distasteful and I always liked Crickett just as she was. In Major Crimes, they have Rusty looking like a 15 year old, and he wanted to ask out a 25 year old guy, and I couldn't believe that Captain Raydor, his adopted mother, encouraged him to ask the guy out. What is wrong with Hollywood? They had her actually encouraging it and supporting it. A 15-16 year old child asking out a 25 year old man who just broke up with his living boyfriend, and she gave him the okay to ask him out. Just sick to my stomach.
I like Shelby for Brick and I really hope it works out so she can stick around. I can't believe that Zoe did what she did to Wade, after he specifically told her not to hurt him and she promised she wouldn't. It's not like he came and said he loved her AFTER he found out she was pregnant. He said he loved her, without knowing, so why would she slam the door in his face and do exactly what she said she wouldn't do? I am sorry she is doing that to him again. I hope that when he does find out he's a father, he would be in the child's life, but he wouldn't give Zoe a third chance to hurt him again. I like George for Lemon, and Annabelle for Lavon. I don't like the lesbian storyline for Crickett. What's up with that. All seasons through she was straight and a loving wife, and now she's gay? Take it to Hollywood to bring in a gay storyline, whether it's warranted or not. I so am not interested in it. I feel like it has spoiled my otherwise flawless show. IMO.
Awkward! I'm sorry, and I might be in the minority here, but I feel awkward when I see Kensi and Deeks kissing, because I know that she is kissing her brother-in-law. I was just talking to my sister about that, and I told her that if I and her husband were actors, I wouldn't want to be kissing him even though it's acting, as she said. Eeww! I wish I didn't know that Kensi has a baby with Deeks' brother. I might have looked forward to the relationship more. Now I don't. Sorry. But I did enjoy the episode. I knew that once Joelle found out about Callen, she would be upset. I could never understand why people get upset about that. Obviously you are being deceived not just for their protection, but for your own. I wouldn't be angry if I found out that my boyfriend was not just a salesman, but an FBI agent. I would feel privileged! I would understand his need to keep it secret from me, to protect me. I could never understand why these people get all angsty and call it grave deception.
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