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Thanks for catching that! Typo on my part - darn those similar names of theirs :-)
He's probably not a big enough star, but I'd say Charles Esten from Nashville. He's proven himself as versatile - we all know he can handle the comedy from Whose Line Is It Anyway, AND he can sing - that would likely be a great episode.
Also, reading this list, I'm surprised Nathan Fillion hasn't hosted already! He would be perfect!!
Nice call on Monroe from Grimm - he kept me watching and I'm so glad I did!
1. Charles (Chip) Esten as Deacon Claybourne on Nashville. When he's in a scene, pretty much everyone should just step aside.
2. Colin O'Donoghue as Captain Hook on Once Upon a Time. He certainly hooked us in!! (See what I did there? :-) Couldn't help myself...)
Christine, I was so looking forward to what you thought of this episode.
Did it happen to remind you of one of our other favourite shows? I mean, between the guest appearance of one of the suspects, Castle's powers of observation and the involvement of a shady cult, I half expected Beckett's response to Castle's psychic theory to be, "There's no such thing as psychics..." :-D
Did anyone else immediately think of Chip and Dale Rescue Rangers when they read this article? Just me? Okay...
I'd take Jake Peralta with Captain Holt. Also, Jane and Lisbon.
I agree with every word!
If this was last season's Grimm, Juliette would have definitely been on my list. However, I think her character has improved drastically this season - she's actually useful!
I think the worst thing about Alexis Castle and Ted Mosby is that they used to be FANTASTIC characters. The most frustrating thing about them is how they've been reduced to what they are now. Laurel's never been that strong of a character.
My addition to the list:
1. Henry from Once Upon A Time - while we can't punch him (he's a kid), man, so irritating this season.
2. Dana AND Carrie from Homeland. Mostly Dana though.
I'm with you on this one. Sheldon's the reason I stopped watching TBBT, actually. It's one thing to be socially inept, but in more recent seasons he's just intentionally insulting and a jerk.
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