Reality adictt and I are going to have to ask you to go back and read your first post from the first episode on and see how much you've grown since then. giggle. Sorry, RA. I just couldn't resist.
No need to be quite so curt. Go back and read the review and recap of the former season if you need a refresher. It's all there in black and white, right here on TV Fanatic. For free.
Kindness is a virtue.
LMAO -- No matter how many times I read and reread that, I never even saw it with my stupid eyeballs.
But she's not a novice. She's been helping other families find their lost loved ones for a while, at least that's what we've been led to believe. She set up a website and that's what got her in trouble. She was hacking into police sites to find information on missing people and already in the thick of it. She should know what could happen to people because she's seen it since her sister went missing. I guess we'll see how it plays out as the series goes on. It's like they're telling separate stories and aren't exactly sure which one is the focus yet. No worries about sharing your opinion. That's what makes TV fun. :-)
She's going through the motions. She's not expression any level of emotion and doesn't seem to really get the weight of what's going on around her. Her friends are carrying that burden while she just makes rather rash decisions without thinking about the consequences. As I said in my review for the first hour, this doesn't surprise me. I hated Carter when Finding Carter and it was one of my favorite new series of the year. MTV has a way of taking things in slow and oddly winding directions, but I can't stop watching, so that's a good thing. I just hope the rating tick up and MTV cares about it a bit more. Not one promotional photo for the show. That gal with the cucumbers isn't representative of the hour at all, but I had to grab a screen print from the promo clip. It's worrisome.
I wish I could take the credit. Until people here said she was leaving, I was unaware, too. I had to go back and do homework. I decided to do the upcoming interview for my peace of mind. It worked! :-)
I really liked what she said to Voight. Her heart is in uniform until she can, with her partner, put behind her what happened. That's not easy to say. Voight respects people who stand up for what they believe and he respected her choice. He wouldn't have lied to her about that. It's not his thing. My guess is they're waiting to see how the Lindsay thing plays out before moving Burgess up. If it doesn't do well for the show, she'll end up back in Intelligence and then there would be an extra on the team. Unless they hire someone completely different, then -- doh!
Haha -- I didn't even see Ralf's new gal. I only saw her bent over the table. It's hard to put a name to her behind. ;-) It's funny you call Jake a man-child. I think all adults are still children. I keep trying to find that pivotal moment when someone really stops having any ties to the child inside, and so far I've found nobody who is all adult. My mom always astounds me that she is such a kid!
Yep. Lyla is gone. It was announced back in August, I think, that Janeane Garafolo only did six episodes. On the plus side, I interviewed the gal who will be taking her place and she's a lot of fun and really excited to join. She plays Jo the ho, as Jake called her. Abby's old college friend who is arriving next week. She should add a little different dynamic to the group, I think.
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