I didn't see it that way. Brennan can be so stubborn -- to the point that she loses sight of all else. Booth and her friends were more worried about her getting lost because of what happened with Pelant than that they didn't trust her hunches.
It was incredibly strong of Brennan to give control to Cam, and showed growth of character, something she does very slowly.
Hello Dr. Brown,
Those are lovely sentiments and I agree that British dramas are quite interesting indeed, however I do believe you do yourself a disservice by ignoring the many fine dramas produced by the US. Merely by looking at the schedules of the UK broadcast channels you will see they do not share your disregard for all things American.
Although you praised Fellowes, you didn't mention exactly what about the two hours you felt were worthy of discussion and met your description of poignant subtleties. I'd be interested to know your thoughts.
The writer of this article meant by Will being always about Will in this new, re-energized season. I've lost contact with the other seasons. They feel like they were a lifetime ago, even though we're expected to feel a connection. I find it more difficult to do so every week. That statement was only in reference to this season. In the past, Will was a different man.
I made some alterations.
Alicia and Peter have been shown to enjoy each other sexually. Remember their moment in her bedroom when Florrick/Agos was being run out of her house? She's getting sex; just because we don't always see it doesn't mean it's dried up.
You noted that the series is exactly where the writers want it to be, but then believe Kalinda and Diane are being given the short end of stick in the story. It is obviously the plan of the writers is for them to be right where they are -- I, for one, don't like it.
Eli walked down the hallway and ran into Marilyn, who wanted to introduce him to her baby daddy who had decided he wanted to come forward. Peter Bogdanovich. A real head scratcher. Eli just walked past Marilyn, in a bit of a haze. Poor Eli.
I really appreciate your thorough examination of the relationships and your thoughtful approach to explain how you see things playing out. It helps me understand things a bit better, especially with respect to Diane and Cary. I have no problem understanding Will and Alicia, but my emotions have allowed me to kiss some of what you shared regarding my two favorite characters and for that I thank you.
I've tried very hard in my own life not to let exes see my feelings, so showing them off in a professional environment is so outside personal choice, I have a hard time cutting Alicia and Will any slack. They need to get over it, or take it outside the courtroom.
Diane and Cary, however, are collateral damage and I want the very best for them both. Here's hoping they get it.
It's something to keep in mind that, even though it doesn't come close to the training the other's have had, it's been noted many times Laurel has been training in the martial arts. She handily took down the fellows when she was kidnapped when David Anders guested. We've missed a lot of what she's been doing in the background.
I'm really disappointed some of the characters from Reunion didn't stick around. There was a lot to mine from those friends from the past. Missed opportunity, I think.
When Cat settles down, and Vincent discovers who he really was, it will be really worth the wait. I just hope we get there!
Trying to find out!
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