Rachel H. Profile
Member Since: 7/11/2011
Writer. Poet. Bookworm. Gamer. Geek. Nerd. Movie/music-phile. Entertainer. Free-Spirit. Adventurer. Child@heart. Lover of life. Ever-learning. Total sweetheart.
Eureka Review: I Am Jack's Consciousness (6/13/2012)AWESOMESAUCE! When Fargo & Jack first swapped, Grayston & Ferguson's impersonations of each other were spot-on, it made my inner fangirl squee. I also enjoyed the Zane/Jo/Jack/Allison fiasco but will agree the whole matrix-bit is getting tired. I can take the dealing with being mind-raped, but the relationship crap has got to go. (I'm currently playing catch-up on Hulu which just added this episode to my queue. Taking FOREVER!) And is it just me or is Zane just a skosh more immature jealous than Allison is? Warren Hughes always get the interesting disasters during his visits. He must feel so honored. :) The proposal was sweet and romantic, but Allison was caught off guard when she was about to question Jack about Jo (and possibly tell him about their talk?). I didn't see anything wrong with what Jo said. I'm still upset with Allison's behavior, but the look on Jo's face when Jack proposed? Something tells me that the matrix-coupling-romantic-drama isn't over. I also don't like Allison keeping her talk with Jo a secret. She'd best tell Jack about it soon else I'll be pissed. Poor Fargo. I would've liked more on the Holly thing, but he just wanted to nip things in the bud (which is what he'd been trying to do) so I can understand his decision. (But he's a genius after all. Like he's just going to let it go and not find a way to retrieve the files without frakking up Jack or anyone/anything else.) And Grace and Henry. As sad as I am about the current status of their relationship, I appreciate her honesty about it. (Maybe her own “walkabout” will do her some good.) Overall, the episode ROCKED! Biggest kudos go to (drum roll please) Colin Ferguson for his portrayal of Fargo/Zane/Allison. His portrayal of each of them was so wickedly awesome and spot-on, it made me all kinds of squeetastic inside. It's refreshing, fantastic, and shows his range as an actor (and the fact that he, too, can perform all the scientisty dialogue).
Hawaii Five-0 Review: Out of The Pan, Into the Fryer (12/13/2011)I was REALLY hoping that they'd explain the handcuffs better, but no... it was dumb and unnecessary. I didn't care for Fryer very much. Perhaps it was the actor with a side order of cheesey dialogue. The badge line could have worked if delivered a different way as silly as it was. They really just need to make him go away. And really... as far as this Wo Fat/Shellburn thing goes, it's getting to the point where it's mentioned in EVERY FRAKKIN EPISODE that leads you to believe you're going to get a little something from the tease. But no. You get some tiny breadcrumb that leaves you high and dry. I understand they're probably going to do some big reveal or whatever, but seriously, this is getting ridiculous. It kind of makes me think of Castle. We have several "unsolved" storylines in the series, but aside from the great writing/acting of the show is that they don't talk about it ALL THE TIME in EVERY SINGLE EPISODE. If you constantly remind the fans of something, we're going to want that thing more and more to the point of if you don't give it to us, we might just stop watching the show out of frustration and irritation. I'm a Terry O'Quinn fan. His character started off awesome, but now it's just getting dumb. Dear Hawaii-Five-0. PLEASE get it together else I'm going to be hella mad... and I don't think I'm alone in this.