Yeah, I wish we would take on the British way of advertising. A lot more product placement (which, feels really natural because we all use named products of some sort) and commercials before and after the program. One or two in the middle. I still don't know what cat is out of the bag, but I like that it's open! LOL
Well, since you haven't watched, you don't know that pretty much everything that happened to Molly on the ship has come into question, not that it happened, but how it happened. How she remembers things happening isn't necessarily how they happened. That's a mind-frak. And in Molly's defense, she thought she was experiencing brain anomalies similar to Kryger's. She was willing to accept she had no idea what the hell went on, which is why she deleted the evidence.
I was all ready to think that about Sam, until she immediately asked "Who's watching?!" without skipping a beat. There was no change on her expression at all. Can the average person do that? It would have thrown me. Hope I'm wrong. Molly needs peeps on her side.
That's incorrect information. They met on set. What you're saying is impossible. No other actor had been playing the part of her husband on the show and Hallisay was in the very first episode of the series in that role. Do a little research before making such accusations.
I'm glad for the Malia love! I can't help it. I adore her. Shelley Henning is so indistinguishable from her character in Secret Circle, too. That's testament to how good she really is. Stiles and Malia are gold, in my opinion. I'll keep my window open to be proven wrong, but I can't dismiss the magic they're creating with this new cast. Liam, too, who I really missed. Really well done.
Thanks for the name! I'll fix the review. You rock! Derek caring for someone again was nice, wasn't it?
Oh gosh. I sure hope not. He's so incredibly conflicted that it might be too difficult for him to do that to another kid. I don't know enough about pedophiles and their history to judge, but that will kill me. Bunchy is such a sweetheart.
Yeah, pop me an email! (I'm caught up on Suits but didn't read last week's review or comments... catching up is hard!)
That's interesting because one of my best friends is an intelligent man who was very intrigued with the pilot. Pointing out that I'm a woman and reviewing this is a bit misogynistic in itself, don't you think? Your suggestion I'm not interested in the science or the war is based solely on my gender. Yes, the show is focusing on what these people gave up to do what they did in terms of their family lives and privacy, but that's not a subject interesting only to women. Interesting fact -- the show made sure to use only real formulas on their chalkboards so what you see is what they saw. It's pretty detailed and the set is spot on. Did you catch the specials prior to the airing of the show? They spoke with people who were there. Sorry you've chosen not to watch further.
Sadly, Grace is also being used by Simon to get back at Neil. Neil chose not to look only at what Grace did to their marriage, but kind of blamed Simon for being the one she did it with. That's where things get sticky. Simon is a nice guy, he seems to really care about the women he is with -- it's that quality that makes him attractive more than once. He gives them what their husbands do not. It could end up that Neil and Simon have to compete for Grace, but in order for Neil to keep his head on straight he'll also be competing with Simon for other women. They're all playing mind games now. Well, Neil and Simon, anyway. Grace is just doing what she was doing anyway, without any information of what's going on with the men.
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