The caption on TV (the voice was in an Asian language) showed he had a life expectancy of 102 days. Whew! ;-)
Comment modified at July 28, 2014 20:20
It's not easy to state that opinion. Thanks for sharing! Hope you'll be watching with us in the fall. The Flash too!
You're not harsh, nor are you gutsy. You're rude. I reread every answer on this round table and there isn't one derogatory thing said about your ship. Who has the problem respecting the opinions of others? It's not me.
She's not thinking any more clearly than April was when she first discovered the news. But, April's her baby so instead of blocking it out like April did, Sara went overboard to protect her baby. She'll get it together.
Comment modified at July 29, 2014 09:00
Five max, if I remember correctly. I emailed for a transcript but still didn't get a response. Argh.
Comment modified at July 29, 2014 09:01
Didn't he wake up, though?
Comment modified at July 29, 2014 08:59
You gave it a higher score than I would have. With mommy alive and now a girl who is from 88, I'm wondering if we're moving into some sort of Resurrection situation. God forbid a show should do something completely new! I wish the dome would kill Rebecca. You asked last week if Jim was more concerning now than before. Nope. Rebecca is even scarier than The Following chick killing off people for money (or whatever). I'm always skeptical of characters that NEVER smile, and the half-assed one Rebecca gave to Jim in the car after she buttered the other half of his ass doesn't count. Just ugh. I vote her out of the dome and she can take Yokum Skokum with him. I like french fried pertaters! Mmmmhmmmm.
I think the lack of internal battles -- even Taylor is rarely seen -- has really taken away the edge that we had on The Closer. It wasn't just that Brenda was in charge, but that she had foils; in Pope, Taylor and even Sharon herself. Now it's just a case and Rusty. There just isn't much drama and that makes it far too procedural. The Closer dug in deeper with the criminal aspect, as well. One episode when Brenda left a kid in Mexico to face charges down there left me hollow. She was bereft at making such a decision, but she made hard ones all the time. Now that they're always doing pleas, it's just a case, discovering a little about it, finding the perp and offering them a deal. Where's the tension? When the series first started and Provenza and Sharon were going nose to nose, it had a lot of potential. There was always something at stake. Now everyone is happy, there are no crime scene issues, nobody steps on anybodies toes and they all work joyfully through horrid cases every week. Dare I say...it's gotten boring.
Comment modified at July 28, 2014 20:21
Ha! I was thinking that the only thing that would have made me more depressed watching the episode would have been the appearance of Rios. I counted my lucky stars they woke up and realized what a pain in the butt she was. That constant fainting during the autopsy gimmick and her stubborn refusal to want to give deals. Ugh!
I used to enjoy him, but they've forced him into every single minute of the show. When he should be at school, somehow he's lurking behind a cubicle listening in. It's as if they only work evenings to accommodate his ability to participate. I'm just tired.
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