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Suits Review: You're On Trial

Jx I agree about the voting thing. Harvey was the deciding vote before...so I would assume he'd be it again and obviously we know where his vote lies. Unless somehow he's excluded and hardman convinces someone to flip. I supose we'll have to wait to see that.

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Suits Review: You're On Trial

That was a truly incredible episode! I absolutely loved how intense it was! I thought macht s wife did a great job.
I'm not a shipper for this show but sometimes I feel like I'm the only one who sees just as much ambiguous chemistry between Jessica and Harvey as there is between Harvey and Donna. Almost like the way donna feels about Harvey is almost similar to how he feels about Jessica...just like Jessica is as protective of Harvey as he is of Mike. Love the complex relationships so much. Anyways...I love donna to pieces and I was so glad to see her again. I still think she shouldn't have been as angry with him as she was. I really felt foe her on the stand but I felt semantics came into play there. Lois asked if she loved Harvey...not IN love with him. Loophole.I knew hardman was going to do that. Talk about backfire. Loved when he punched Tanner though. You never mess with targets people and I love how they showed how protective he is of everyone throughout the episode.

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I really do hope this series is picked up in a more permanent fashion. It truly is too well written with too many amazing actors playing dynamic characters for this to just be limited. I cannot imagine how this is going to wrap up in three episodes or how its going to end. I gained more respect for Bud. He's slimy but he is good at what he does. Loved Nash. The dynamic between Elaine and nana was great to watch. Ellen B. Is fantastic as Nana. She's my favorite character outside of TJ.

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FrenEmmy Awards: Lead Actor in a Drama

I know and love five of these men to pieces. It's hard to choose just one among them. I'm leaning more towards Nathan and Matt though.

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Covert Affairs Review: Pirates; Wife For Me

@bobsuncorp I had similar disturbing thoughts. Couldn't keep the mind from wandering to the gutter on that one. @Maka ...I agree, except they haven't all been white...or had stubble. The reviewer s experience pretty much mirrors my entire CA experience. I watch for Auggie..he's so engaging that I lose interest when he isn't there. Lol! It could be me but when Parker asked who was she marrying I couldn't help but think she should have been asking that anyways. They've been dating for like a month. Loved the entire pirate thing. Fantastic. The bickering between Joan, Lena, and Annie was expected. I dislike Lena more and more with each episode. People are disposable and collateral damage for her.

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Jane By Design Review: Home Alone

I lost respect for Zoe. I have a problem with people who enter a relationship knowing certain things about a person and then spending their time holding that against them. She knew how close Billy and Jane are. If she can't handle it that's on her. If anything she's making them re examine something they've always done and the feelings behind it by making such a big deal out of it. I liked her and Billy together up until this episode. I didn't realize I'd be so pleased to see Jeremy again. I love the friendship between he and Jane. I was disappointed with the Eli thing and how quickly and easily it happened. I also liked the not as prevalent focus on the work stuff.

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Awesome! I love him on Teen Wolf.

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-hard to pinpoint just one. It started a little slow but once it picked up speed it was non stop entertainment. I loved scenes where the family was together. You got an idea of what the characters are like.
-again how could you pick just one? They had so many great quotes from the witty to the raunchy to the chill worthy. Maybe Elaine and the keep going bit. Loved that. Its going in my quote book.
- I love Elaine and this realistic approach to portraying the perks and plights of modern day feminism. But TJ. Sebastian Stan is incredible and his character instantly became my favorite. He's so complex and compelling.
-both. They were essential to each other.
-Bud's luck.
-combo. Some of it was pertinent and other parts irrelevant.

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Rookie Blue Review: Holy Moly!

Nice enough episode. I loved the development with the psychic giving them insight into their lives. I love nick. He's become one of my favorite characters and I find him the most interesting.

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Suits Review: Cover Your Assets

What more could be said? This episode was incredible. This season is incredible...this show hasn't slowed down since the premiere! I love the reality of their being repercussions for actions. They didn't skirt around donna's indiscretion. They tackled it head on and the character development and interaction this season has me positively giddy! Sara was amazing... Diane Neal guest starring was fantastic. The end result that scene between donna and Harvey had me leaning towards the screen. @Wednesday I feel some of the others are being a tad harsh. I fully understand your point about the language. Its increased exponentially and is frelling on being gratuitous rather than realistic. I don't care that they use it personally because they've always been a bit more edgy that way but I have noticed that they have been using it more and sometimes its more forced than organic. I've noticed that with a lot of USA shows more recently. In that sense I understand your point. I can start a drinking game now and be thoroughly wasted and that wasn't the case last year. Lol!