Modwild

I really liked what she said to Voight. Her heart is in uniform until she can, with her partner, put behind her what happened. That's not easy to say. Voight respects people who stand up for what they believe and he respected her choice. He wouldn't have lied to her about that. It's not his thing. My guess is they're waiting to see how the Lindsay thing plays out before moving Burgess up. If it doesn't do well for the show, she'll end up back in Intelligence and then there would be an extra on the team. Unless they hire someone completely different, then -- doh!

Modwild

Haha -- I didn't even see Ralf's new gal. I only saw her bent over the table. It's hard to put a name to her behind. ;-) It's funny you call Jake a man-child. I think all adults are still children. I keep trying to find that pivotal moment when someone really stops having any ties to the child inside, and so far I've found nobody who is all adult. My mom always astounds me that she is such a kid!

Modwild

Yep. Lyla is gone. It was announced back in August, I think, that Janeane Garafolo only did six episodes. On the plus side, I interviewed the gal who will be taking her place and she's a lot of fun and really excited to join. She plays Jo the ho, as Jake called her. Abby's old college friend who is arriving next week. She should add a little different dynamic to the group, I think.

Modwild

What's your displeasure?

Modwild

It was such a weird transition from the commercial break. I like Becca, but I don't think Jake is her man. She needs a fresh one. LOL

Modwild

I agree! I realized I had a crush on him a few years back. There is just something about Strathairn...I can't look away!

Modwild

I'm with you both on Tommy. Although I went back and I'm pretty sure that in the frenzy to reach Sophia Ben said something about calling in Tommy. I really can't stand to think we won't see Ben again. I'd like him to pop up on another show. Thanks, Australia, for the import! ;-)

Modwild

I just don't get all the love. The scene between Alicia and Frank was good, perhaps the best since the last time they talked honestly in her home. I hate that they're back in the LG offices and now bringing on David Lee? Why bother with all the forced drama in the first place? What was the point? I loved the idea of Diane coming on board because of what it would mean for Diane and Cary -- bringing them to the forefront. Then they derailed that with the drug case. Now it's back on track(ish) and Alicia is discovering she's a lot more like her husband than she realized. Work is important at any cost. She's kissing random men in the parking garage because she had a "moment." (Let's be honest, I would have a moment with him, too.) While her partner and friend was going through one of the worst patches of his life, she wasn't there for him. Others swooped in and picked up the slack. I'm disappointed. Where is the show going other than back where it started, but with Alicia one foot out the door? No need to comment back. I just needed to vent. Carry on.

Modwild

Now they need to let go of Bonnie. And Matt and Tyler. Any characters who have spent 70% of the time as backburner, killed off and/or driven out of town more than once. Set them free for their own sanity and success.

Modwild

Apology accepted. {{{shakes hand}}} The thing about this list, like all lists, is they're relative to the viewer. For everyone who loves AHS, there is another who loves NCIS. Taste varies, and because we're a fanatical site, we rely on the sheer love (or disgust) of the entertainment, accepting we will always disagree on what shows should be watched, be cancelled or be renewed. Thankfully, there seems to be enough of us to cover an incredibly broad spectrum of TV. I hope your day gets better. :-)