Don't ever answer Michael. He's a troll. Have a great day, Lollo!
The writers are on their game for this last season. It's lovely and it's giving to the fans all the best parts of the wish lists.
Good point, Douglas. I just sort of see Gibbs as more no nonsense, I guess. He'd like sassy, not brassy. If going by the ladies that have been in his life since. The Army CID lady and the one played by Jamie Lee Curtis. Those were interesting additions to his quiet little life.
Thanks Ebau. I mean, they are supposed to be professionals. I know the writers want to inject humor, and maybe to them someone who acted rudely as Diane on her appearances may have seemed funny. I always thought "How does someone like Gibbs, end up with a personality like that?" It just doesn't fit. Jimmy-- I think it would've been better for him to comment on how many of their co-workers wind up on Ducky's table. That would have rung more true. Cheers to you, Ebau.
I'm a little worried honestly. They sometimes show all the best moments in the previews, but when you get to the episode, it ends up those are the only good moments.. So. I'm crossing fingers here.
Diane being in the episode made little sense to me. I'm not fond of the way they write (or wrote in this this case) her, all that yelling. Completely useless and not at all amusing. GIbbs busts in, shoots the others than decides to choke Mishnev? Seriously? Worse yet, Michnev leaves him alive? Really? Yeah. Don't buy into that. Jimmy. Since when did he consider her a friend for that type of response. Last time she appeared, I believe the autopsy gremlin would flee in terror. The constant interruptions to the case for all this gossip stuff, the team used to be more professional. This episode while good, is also disappointing. Come on writers, get your crap together.
Thank you for the review. You just help me to make up my mind that it wasn't worth watching. I'm not fond of musicals. Pair that with some of the jokes that have been included with the review, tells me I would not enjoy this at all.
Same could be said of NCIS- When Gibbs or any of the team head overseas. Sometimes, it's a plot device.
This should be interesting.
I have a small issue of Joe constantly thinking he can step in and tell Barry what to do. As if Barry is the same kid he raised. He really isn't. Barry has to figure out how he is going to handle super powers and a personal/professional life. He does need the support, but he doesn't need Joe overstepping and telling him what he can and can't do. Since a lot of what happens, end up on Barry's shoulders anyway.
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