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B) He doesn't want to take her to the hospital or anywhere RJ could have minions threatening Lisbon’s life. So he takes her into a secret place, somewhere in the forest, where nobody could find them: a little wooden house. Lisbon is so cold, he takes her in the bathroom, closes the door and opens the hot water tap and waits with Lisbon in his arms for the steam to warm up the room and bring her back to life…

Of course the “hottest, most intense and passionate moments” are not described here, they’re left to your generous imagination ;-)

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Jane and the team have a great plan to save her and get RJ. While Cho and the rest of the team focus on the killer, Jane finds Lisbon. She's in critical conditions and won't wake up. And then I have TWO OPTIONS: A) Jane takes her to the hospital and stays at her bedside until she opens her eyes. The very in love and worried Jane can't help looking very intensively into her eyes. He kisses her hand and forehead and Lisbon can feel his love for her. He cuddles up to her and they sleeps together at the hospital.

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Hi Entwife! Oh I haven't put them down, I just watch my jisbon movies on streaming ;-). Well, they are stories I make up and enjoy myself, I'm not sure they would interest anybody. I'm quite oldfashioned and romantic, and you might find my ideas a bit boring/soppy. Besides, my english is really not good enough to tell the story properly. But if you're interested, I can try to describe the main lines of one my favorite scenarios:

Red John challenges Lisbon to face him. Lisbon accepts. She is certain she could win the fight and throw him in prison. But Jane is horrified with that idea that he could lose her, and forbids Lisbon to go and face RJ. They have a terrible fight about that, but Lisbon manages to go anyway, despite Jane’s attempts to stop her. Somehow she manages to hurt RJ pretty badly, but at the end she is in real danger and ends up to be RJ's prisoner, locked in a very cold room, as cold as a fridge which causes Lisbon to fall deeply and dangerously asleep.

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@Kristin: Hi! No, actually I've never seen Battlestar Galactica, I've just taken a quick look right now on youtube to see what kind of character he plays in it. He is indeed a very good actor. I think his voice plays a big role in the quality of his acting...and I like the way he speaks, I don't know, it's very fluent, like the waves on the sea! ;-)

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Abbsolute55: I also loved Michael Hogan, who played Sean Barlow. I think he's amazing in everything he does.

Have you seen him in Battlestar Galactica? (The 2003 version, obviously.) Wow! Well worth checking out even if you aren't a sci fi fan.

I'm Canadian, so I'm embarrassed to admit that I missed his appearances in Republic of Doyle and Arctic Air. But I sure did see him in Cold Squad -- which was like Cold Case, but first. :)

I also hear from the convention circuit that he's really nice. So there you go. You're not the only one who notices Michael Hogan when he pops up on TV. The only thing that surprised me was, once again, how different a character he was playing from anything I'd seen him do before. But it's like that each time as each of his performances are unique.

Entwife

you're definitely not the only one @Abbsolute55. Are you writing these down so that we can sample them?

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By the way, I've spent most of my nights lately making up new jisbon scenarios( or should I say scenarii?)...and I'm very meticulous! The dialogues, the environment, the clothes, everything... There's just one wee problem: In the morning, I'm a real zombie! Am I the only one in that desperate situation?

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Hi guys! I might sound a bit weird, but, don't you find that the actor that plays Shawn Barlow is very charismatic? He has that piercing voice...and his attitude...it's something very powerful. After watching the scene, his voice was like printed in my bones, especially the "I was far away communing with the spirits, where were you? Let me see...(and you all know the following lines by heart of course ;-)). Brrrr chilling!

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Try whodunit Rationalgal

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I've been checking out some other shows during these TM doldrums and they make me appreciate TM even more. In most, the acting is too, well, earnest, not like the more subtle and realistic TM. CBS is running a summer mini series, Under the Dome. I'm giving it one more chance to not irritate me with people being totally clueless and doing idiotic things. TNT is good for decent reruns, especially the TM episodes.




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