She doesn't introduce him as an ex husband in the preview, but her husband. That would be an excellent twist and goes back to what I earlier said about her jealousies over Grace because Neil wants her back and her husband walked away. What if he's just bankrolling her without feeling? Who knows with Adriana? I wouldn't be surprised at all if her husband was nothing as we expect.
Sushi didn't send me in those directions! And I'm still eating it. Hmmmm. I'm curious what you all saw with Mallory that makes you think she'd play any part in Neil's life going forward. I don't remember anything interesting about her, but you guys did. What was it? Does Simon know about Milan or was that just a part of Grace's daydream? I know he said he wants to support her dreams, but I was under the impression it was from prior conversations they had about her art. Grace going to Milan is about the only thing that really makes sense to me. I really hope Anika goes to school for music and not off on a musical journey. She's too young and has no musical experience at all. If she had been doing shows all this time, I could see it, but out of the blue is just odd. I really don't want the series to take too fantastical of a turn.
I thought it was a monster. When the blanket came off its head it looked all deformed. Maybe it's just me. LOL
Haha. You fell asleep because you were up on Twitter way past your bedtime the night before! I almost feel over when you replied to someone at like 10. People think I'm nuts with my theory, but Clara is clearly center stage right now. The Doctor is there to support her rather than the other way around. I don't know if this is intentional or not, but her story is the driving force. I like it.
I am! I'm picking it up this season. It's so fun, so I'm looking forward to it. The reviews will definitely be different than last year. :-)
Haha. I feel as though I have a responsibility to my gender to see things with female colored glasses. It's hard being the only gal that I know of playing the game! Nothing more and nothing personal. Promise!
Shooting himself wasn't what I meant to say. Lol. I just read that and was like, huh? I meant hiring someone to shoot him or something like that. Anyone to intervene that would take the punch out of his own actions. Telling Grace isn't lying, so I don't think that's off limits.
While I would argue that Grace was seeking something more internal than sexual gratification, in your scenario it doesn't matter. You claim that cheating is the ultimate betrayal. Why someone does it is moot. To do it is the infraction. They have both done it now. Grace (as far as we know) with one individual. Neil with more. Neither is above reproach if betrayal is the ultimate point.
We're apparently gotten our wires crossed here, because in your original comment I thought you were trying to say that since it premiered right after Supernatural, there's no reason for it to have been cancelled. It was the subject matter that threw people because we were in the middle of devastating cleanup after Hurricane Katrina. It turned people off of what was clearly a good series so they didn't tune in. The series begins with a terrible hurricane and then deals with the aftermath, all of which coincided with the alien invasion. I'm not sure how you can separate the two. Read the wiki information for more details about how promotion for the show was overshadowed by Hurricane Katrina. I wrote that it was about a hurricane in conjunction with why it was cancelled. Since I already made it clear in the slide it was about aliens, I didn't think I needed to mention that part again. Again, if we got our wires crossed in the discussion, I apologize. I'm a bit passionate about the cancellation of this particular series. I loved it. :-)
"The first occurs when Neil enters Simon's apartment when he is on a "run". As Neil scans the rooms, the writers indicate visually what occurred in each setting." Nope... that was Neil imagining what happened. The writers aren't giving us anything that they don't see themselves. That was Neil's imagination at work, not what actually occurred. Day dreams are not real scenes. Are you going to tell me that every daydream you have occurred exactly as it did in real life? I won't believe you. Your basis for calling Grace crude is also iffy. Just because her style is different doesn't mean she's any less than Neil, just different. Grace got into a bar fight and Neil got into a fight with Simon. When was she kissed inappropriately in public when she should have been repulsed? Shouldn't Neil have been embarrassed to be an escort when he met a man he worked with while out with Adriana? What's so great about being sophisticated, anyway? It can also mean stuffy and unemotional.
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