I didn't review Madam Secretary. One of my writers did. She's great, though. I also love Tea Leoni. I was astounded that David Duchovny was so stupid to ruin that marriage with his sex addiction. She seems so amazing to me, beauty inside and out and really strong. She never let any of that get to her from the outside. She's impressive. I won't review CBS shows on Sundays any more because of the football delay. I have too much to do without worrying about that!
Go back and read all of the other reviews and comments. All of this has been gone over many times. I can tell you're trying to drag me into the mud and it's not going to happen.
Yes. Something like that. I know she's attached to him, I'm just not sure if it's because of "him" or just her own need for someone like him. He just happens to be the guy who plucked her when she was down. I'm worried about Season 2. I admit it. I want them both to be better people, but that's not entertainment. I have to back up and continue to look at it as a means of discussing things we hope never happen in our real lives.
First of all, Glenn Close had nothing to do with the movie "Bridges of Madison County." Second, flirting isn't "trying to screw everything with 2 legs" -- nothing she has done indicates she ever had sex with anyone other than Simon. She's not a skank, nor is she a whore. And, yes, Neil has issues regarding his marriage, made even worse by not confronting Grace upon seeing her in action and then donning Simon's identity. Neither are blameless.
I agree with everything you say here (you said it very well, I might add) except I still don't buy that she "loves" Simon. Is she attached to him? Sure. He makes her feel. But I'm not convinced it's love.
For the person who is at home, their confidence is shattered because they no longer believe they are enough for their spouse, who is off every day with exciting new people doing exciting things. Sitting at home thinking all day about what is happening at work when your spouse thinks talking about it would burden you is a complete misunderstanding, but also very common. It just takes compassion to understand both sides when you're only on one.
Better yet, it's time for you to move on Ryan. It's obviously not going to be a show you enjoy.
I looked it up and was going to use A-Xeron, but it was definitely spelled with an N. I paused and looked closely at several different bottles. It was A-Xenon. If they did that to point to something not officially marketed, but it's still a steroid, that would be fine but steroids seem a bit odd. The different doses on the vials were also marked by different coloring. Steroids just don't make much sense for the story, but I guess we'll find out soon enough.
And I don't think Maggie would allow her to put her up for adoption anyway. She's angry at Carrie, but not so much that she's watch her niece be taken away from her family. As angry as she is, she knows that Carrie is messed up, but wouldn't want her daughter to suffer as a result.
Sorry to hear that, Winter. We'll miss you!
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