Oh my gosh, Amy. My sister was bawling her eyes out in the other room. I had seen the episode earlier and when she watched she was screaming "Oh no!" and wailing -- first when Saul was holding the gun to his head and later when he was captured. I have a feeling he's not going to survive, and it kills me!
I'm glad someone else noticed and enjoyed Joe's laugh. I talked about it in the review. I've decided it MUST be included at least once every week. Jesse L. Martin is brilliant.
Agree on Severide. Yum. I think Mills is like a cross between Severide and Casey. He has a smoldering, sexy appearance but is incredibly warm, sweet and family oriented. A bit more stable than Severide, but not as blase as Casey. Casey is nothing to sing about. Maybe if he spoke with his accent, it would help! LOL
All previews are nothing but television's version of click bait. They're always edited to present the most dire circumstances if they're not to be expected, and the most happy if dire is on the plate. They're best ignored. :-)
I'm not getting into a conversation with you about politics. This is about Chicago Fire and our readers views on character interactions. End of story. Mills is not a secondary character. Your point about his love life not being important was moot. Nothing to dispute.
People aren't "admitting" anything because it's your issue, not theirs. The major characters are spread across the top of this post in the banner. It speaks for itself.
Think back to Season 2. I can't think of anyone who wasn't rooting for Dawson to get that proposal from Casey. Part of it was because her friendship with Shay was the only truly female aspect of the series. Now Shay's gone and Dawson not only gets her man, but the job, too? It makes you wonder why the writers didn't think two women could coincide and be happy and remain friends. Sure, it had repercussions for both Dawson and Severide, but it still feels like a cop out to kill one of the two female characters, after already killing off Casey's girlfriend in Season 1 and then Jones last season. Every season, a woman gets killed off. Dawson being happy as a result is like a slap in the face. It kind of backfired on the writers.
Actually, a bit or research shows the majority of Dominicans consider themselves indio. They pride themselves on their heritage and separation from Haiti, and because of that self identify with their Taino roots. As for Casey and Dawson, it's my belief that people are reacting negatively to her this season because all of her dreams are coming true and Shay is dead. It really has little to do with her character, and even less with the color of her skin. It's an irrational reaction by viewers who lost a character they loved.
Kissing implies intimacy. Hookers keep that at bay, as well. Sex can be just sex, but when you start becoming emotional and intimate, things get out of hand. That's their reasoning.
Black Canary will have a baton and Speedy will be using her swords when she picks up, right? Diversity! ;-)
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