Scott Bakula really need to either get a voice coach or just give up trying with that obviously fake Louisiana accent already. That's pretty much the only problem Pride has as a character is Scott's pitiful attempts to give him that accent that he can't even keep up for more than 2 words at a time.
What I didn't like about this episode is the same thing I don't like whenever shows focus on some issue for an episode. They spend the entire episode shoving some message into the faces of the audience every single scene they can manage, while making characters who normally couldn't care less preach about it the entire episode. Yeah, [insert issue here] and it's bad, can we get back to something resembling an actual plot? To be fair though, they did do a fairly good job of integrating that message into the episode's plot here, so points for that.
That's pretty much how the show as always been though, Bones too. It's either one of the 3 or 4 people they focus on or some guy who comes out of nowhere in the last 10 minutes.
"After months of anticipation, the news about Jimmy Palmer's adopted baby was a huge letdown." A letdown true, but also utterly predictable. The fact that just about every scene Palmer has been in for the last season or so has been about his worry and excitement about getting a baby pretty much guaranteed that he'd have the baby pulled away from him at the last moment. When they make such a massive deal about something like this for so long it being a letdown is pretty much assured, it's only when they just spring it on the audience out of nowhere does it really work. What made it even more predictable was the fact that Palmer went for a birth mother to get the baby instead of getting one from an adoption agency, that NEVER ends well on T.V.
I don't buy that Holt is gone forever either. I expect that she'll at least be popping in as a recurring character every once in a while.
No, but my entire personality doesn't do a complete 180 at random after years of consistency like the writers are doing with Bones. The real Dr. Brennan would not even have considered Pelant's statements valid until she had reason to believe them. At most she may have examined the bones thoroughly for a few days at most and if she didn't find anything would drop it until she got actual evidence to go on. This entire episode is people basically telling her exactly that. Besides, Bones hasn't really changed that much over the years, and one thing that's always been consistent for her is the need for actual evidence above everything else.in everything she does.
Was anybody else's reaction to seeing Pelant at the start "GOOD GOD NO!!!!". The guy is dead and the writers still can't avoid bringing him out. The last couple seasons it appears that the writers just LOVE derailing Bones' entire character to make the plot work. This so called serial killer? The REAL Dr. Brennan would've decided that Pelant was blowing smoke until she had real physical evidence to the contrary and would never allow her emotions to interfere with her work. She would never grow obsessed with finding a killer she had no actual evidence even existed.
They need a regularly featured woman character on this show that actually kicks some ass unlike Abby that's why.
"The terrorist mastermind Benham Parsa escaped, although at least two of his underlings (three if we include the mercenary responsible for the first attack) were killed." And it would have been 4 dead terrorists if Gibbs had just shot the guy the first chance he got instead of pulling that "Say "FREEZE!" and then stand there like an idiot while the bad guy kills someone and/or gets away" thing cops do in shows.
Yellow boxes denote who knows at least something about The Machine, Red boxes denote perpetrators, white is everybody else. I suspect that Root is in her little cage of her own free will. I'd be honesty surprised if she hadn't been able to get out whenever she wanted the first day in fact.
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