Wasn't the Barbie business ridulously anticlimactic? It was as if even Mike Vogel couldn't muster up enough enthusiasm about what had been written to give a crap about those scenes. They felt so cheap. Not in a cheesy, fun way, but in a none of this makes sense so whatever you want kind of way. Not that I blame him. The whole Eva arc is absolute garbage from start to finish. Shame, as Barbie was once a kickass character. Julia was right...there's no way things can return to the way they were now.
Because everything's still working down there! TMI! TMI! I should have mentioned that in there somewhere. Do you watch Hunter on Young & the Restless (He hasn't been on much lately...)? Oh, and I wanted to kick Barbie down there when he kicked Indy and made him squeal. That's soooo not cool!
Thank you! Sometimes I'm so busy typing quotes and details, I miss other important details. That's a pretty important one. Bummer. I like Sam. He needs another transfusion! Or a little trip on the other side of that car battery. ;-) I don't want him to die.
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I want to believe, but short of seeing it for myself, I can't commit. I am not, by nature, a faithful person. I want to be, but I don't know how to just let go, you know? This series rocketed past us, and it felt like we barely brushed the surface of stories they could cover. I hope they give it a second season! Here's a petition to keep it on the air sent out on Twitter by Kyra Sedgwick. http://www.petitions24.com/let...
I agree. It's become the show I most enjoy watching this summer, something I certainly didn't expect!
Why thank you. Maybe it's because we are the real audience. o putting on airs here! I really appreciate the compliment.
We learn to compile our thoughts quickly. It comes from watching too much TV and that urgent need to talk about it. :-)
I decided against going all morbid in my review of the finale. There was no point. There was no way it was going to be worthwhile viewing. The sheer amount of screen time wasted on some scenes was cringe-worthy, however. The scene of which you spoke. Yikes. Frank traversing the desert dying. Really? And the chit chat with Holloway at the train station. Ugh. They needed how many exposition scenes to try to describe all of the garbage they tried to toss off as a "mystery," one so convoluted it was just brushed off as "funny" and pretty much anecdotal when all was said and done? It tied into nothing in the end. And how many people died and weren't brought to justice? Sigh.
Drinking beer is trashy? I love beer! The only reason I don't drink it is my sister is an alcoholic, and I can't put it in the fridge. :-) Ray Donovan isn't about the mob, so there's no connection to The Sopranos that I'm aware of. This season has been a little less humorous than those previous, but I'm OK with that. All in due time!
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