His redemption disappeared a while ago, but it was there. They could have let him be a bigger man and leave, still caring for Cat as a normal man.
Do you both disagree that at the heart of this NSA business (the heart of The Good Wife) is a trial of the relationships between Alicia and Will / Alicia and Peter? Or are you angry that I don't give every episode 5 stars?
He did fine as a teenager because all they do is brood. Now that he needs to do something other than pout and frown, he's not showing the range needed. Looks like others disagree, however!
Everyone talks so whispery and slow I never catch any of their big secrets. I totally missed the immortality reveal.
Hatake saw Sarah's scar when she was undressing or something, didn't he? By mistake last week? I'm probably losing my mind.
I'll take every Parenthood preview with a grain of salt. This week they tried to make us think Kristina was going to get bad news -- cheap shot. Next week they make it look like Joel is smiling at Julia -- he's probably just smiling at Victor. They're brilliant at cheap shot marketing above all else. I wish I didn't even see the commercials anymore! Hmpf.
A big production doesn't mean a fantastic episode. Sometimes an entire hour can take place in the living room and be grand.
Some of what we saw was conjecture on our parts. We just happened to be right. They could have pulled a Pretty Little Liars and changed everything and that would have been a cheap move, so I'm glad it played out obviously.
The other alternative is that Laurel will die and that will end Oliver and Sara as a romantic couple, paving the way for Felicity. They wouldn't be able to hold it together if they let Laurel die.
Sara hate? No. Disillusionment maybe. But I'm feeling that for a lot of characters this season. Oliver, Moira, Sara... Basically anyone who lies all the time and then expects everyone else to be completely honest with them. I get that the super heroes need to lie to protect their super special identities, but it's insulting to then imagine your secrets somehow top everyone else's. Their sense of entitlement has grown and I'd rather they were a little more humble. It just came to my mind as you pointed it out so I'm not sure how to explain it.
Comment modified at March 06, 2014 23:59
I was hoping the N fell off. ;-) Updated my review to note that thought!
Comment modified at March 05, 2014 23:02
VERY good point about Vincent's family! His nephew was interested in his uncle when he saved him from the fire and saw him in the hospital. It's kind of difficult to believe that the two didn't connect when Vincent started the talk show circuit. Darn -- you're good!! That just makes me angry. So poorly done. What a shame. :-|
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