No. First, I answered your post and you chose to ignore it. Your problem. I don't write the show, nor does anyone else who comments here. Not sure what answers you were expecting. Second, your continual commenting as random people is annoying. Third, screaming as an attempt to get attention isn't any more effective than using multiple identities. I will no loner engage. Enjoy the show, KELLY (YOUR LATEST IDENTITY, Jke).
The Freelancers basically addressed the timeline issue with their tree. Once you step into a new timeline, you're in it from then on. Two of you can exist because you're completely new to it and a different version of yourself. So Alec isn't really Jason's father because Jason isn't Jason yet. It's all interconnected but not the same. Unless you're necessary, like Alec. If Alec leaves a line it crumbles because of his impact on it. Kellog had no such impact and leaving it didn't make a difference. So even when Kiera Returns to her timeline, it might not necessarily be the exact timeline she's returning to. It would have to be to the nanosecond, and what are the odds of that? It's a cool way of looking at time, really.
Perhaps your new to television reviews. They aren't like movie reviews. With a 22 episode season we delve into the story and it's plot lines.
Discussing acting of the same characters week in and week out would be ridiculous unless new actors assumed the roles.
Loving the crafty wink Hannibal gave to Chilton is an example of discussion of character as if Hannibal is real. The writers wrote that wink, just as they wrote Alana to sleep with Hannibal.
Personally, I thought Eddie Izzard was brilliant and bought concert tickets to his upcoming show after his table scene. I also look forward to Hannibal eating Alana's heart, because that's the only way he'll truly understand what it is to have the heart of a woman. See? Appreciation of acting and immersion in the plot.
By "experiencing something deeply personal" I'm alluding to their escape attempt and Garza telling Kiera her story which she wouldn't have done under normal circumstances. She said something like "Remember the time you were caught at the end of the team that got outflanked and survived? This is like that."
I think what Alec said to Carlos at the precinct already set the stage for Kiera not be in trouble for Gardiner, because he was there before the Freelancers had any idea who she was.
Whoops! Typo. Thanks for catching it. I had a devil of a time typing Alec, too, because my fingers wanted to type Alex!
I think people are guessing based on spoilers and who they want to die the most. Whether it's the most shocking possible death in a series known for killing multiple main characters is a big fat no. Any of the others would be more interesting. Joffrey dying would be more of a relief. ;-)
I think Oliver losing his backbone has done a lot to kill the momentum. Roy was right on the mark about Oliver's behavior and poor choices. His head in the clouds lost him Queen Consolidated. Sara and Laurel didn't do that.
It hasn't been renewed, but that's not uncommon for Parenthood. It's doing better than it was at this time last year, so it would be a surprise if they didn't renew it. NBC doesn't have a lot of solid performers. However, you never know!
See didn't feel empowered by Joel not dating anyone, she felt freed when he told her he was letting them go and didn't intend on working on the marriage. There's a big difference.
They've been broken a long time. She has been reaching for him for a long time. When you're used to having love in your life, when you think it's gone and have an opportunity to get it back, you take it.
Everybody called her a slut for a FRIENDSHIP with Ed which was completely unfair. It's just as unfair to do this now when she went to Joel in honesty, asking if there was any chance, and he said no. He's done nothing but push her away every time she's reached. The only overture he made was to Zeek and that was for his kids, not Julia.
Wow Tris, errr, Hilliery... it took you a long time to write a post of your own and you're asking questions that have been answered. Nobody cared about Kalinda's husband. He had nobody but her and she's not looking for him. One of the questions I put in the review was about the case against Peter and that IS the stuffed ballot box. Pay attention. Questions 3 and 4 are not interesting and you've talked about how much you love cheating Peter all over the board and how much you hate cheating Alicia. We get it.
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