Nope - Peter was a pig for sleeping around on his wife and for sleeping with prostitutes. I can't believe the people of fictional Illinois voted him in for Governor or that Alicia stayed with him. That still doesn't make a partner making out with someone in the hallway of their offices acceptable. That's very poor leadership.
Thank you guys - I'm so glad somebody else thinks something is amiss here. Plus - they had never been together. So their first time should have been really special. Nathan's time with Sarah was more romantic. That's not right. I
Hi Aykme - I posted the review an hour and a half after the show ended, and this morning my opinions haven't changed. If anything, I feel even more clearly that Will making out with someone in the hallway was not the way a named partner should behave. Ever. I'm also not sure how poaching someone else's wife makes him a nice guy, even if she's a willing participant. Nobody on this show has clean hands, and that's what makes it so fascinating. They're all different degrees of human, and this week we saw their underbellies.
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Hey - that's a good theory. I like that one. She didn't just start hearing things, she was spit out. Interesting. Nice BobR!
Hello Mo. The "reviewer" has a name, and it is Carissa. Hello! I don't write the show, I merely comment on it, and I don't feel the writers have done justice to the relationship they built up for three seasons. Audrey and Nathan do not feel as magical as they once did. So, yes, I'm going to note that it feels artificial when I know they can do so much better. I also said that IF she killed him, he will not stay dead. They have too much to fix between Audrey and Nathan to kill him off.
I think Sarah was genuine. After she remembered what she did to her own mother, it hit her that she could lose Amber. If Zeek can let Camille go out and explore the world on her own, they may be able to make it. Unless she is swept off her feet by a foreign gentleman (it happens!). Joel's dinner felt like a guilty offering as much as Julia's lies about being hungry were out of guilt. I don't like what has happened to them at all.
It's called Death and the Maiden? Just after a Ravenswood episode was called the same? Odd. I really don't like the addition of this Tessa. One episode of her was really plenty.
Neethi - I have no idea why a comment you wrote last week didn't appear, but if it was merely a disagreement with my review, I can assure you it would never be removed for that reason. I welcome any and all discussion about the show. No two people share the same opinion. Feel free to restate it here. As for this comment - I completely agree about the nod to his brothers and 9/11 and stated so. :-)
I think that's the nature of any of these types of shows. They do it on all of them. Even on a show as innocuous as Bones... how long did they drag out the will they/won't they? Right up to the vows. They'll always play with whether they belong together as long as he's beastly, and always want to cure him, because it is natural to want to be human again. It goes against the grain of the show, but is also inherent in the show's makeup for them to keep trying.
It did bug me about Cat preaching patience, but I also know others wanted me to show more of it, so I let it go. LOL You caught my lack of coverage, so there ya go! Ya win some, ya lose some. At least maybe they're moving past the will they/won't they stuff. Of course they will.
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