WHAT? No female de facto agent of the week? Y'mean even the writers got tired of that?
I found Tony a little more insufferable than usual. So Gibbs told McGee to run point--get over it.
Ever notice that while we're watching several hundred commercials, Holmes appears to be doing research such that when the program resumes, there's "suddenly" new information that advances the case and/or leads them to a new suspect? I'm torn between "Well, he's a detective--he's trained to do that kinda stuff" to "How damned convenient that he just HAPPENS to dig this up while we're not looking." I like the show well enough, but I find this plot trope kinda insulting.
As for this particular episode, I kinda missed some of the subtleties (Holmes' rapid speech is sometimes hard for me to keep up with), but I enjoyed the twists and it kinda refreshing to see Gregson in the emotional spotlight instead of Holmes or Watson. BTW, did anyone catch the line Holmes said to (I think it was) Gregson: "Well, if you need someone to talk to, I can arrange to make Watson available for you."? CLASSIC Holmes--well-intentioned, yet socially stunted. :-)
...and the "Female Agent of the Week" scheme continues, this time with an agent we know. And set up those magazine racks....'cause we just learned she's got ISSUUUUUUUUUUES!!!!!!!!
Liked this ep. It had LOTS of plot twists and also a lot of humorous banter without the whole "Densi/sexual tension" thing. LURVED the teen's lines about Eric "Oh you're the smart one!"--'bout time Eric got a little more cred. :-)
A bit disappointed in the ending. They nab the guy and.......*splat*--no interrogation, no motive disclosure, etc. Just didn't end like the other cases did.
Didn't enjoy this ep as much as previous eps--the whole flashback thing doesn't do it for me.
I hope the producers find a way to include a new woman into the mix permanently. This FOW (female of the week) approach seems unfair to viewers.
Good episode with lots of twists, both in the case and with the team. Glad to see Eric and Nell get outta Ops, even if it was for a bit of comic relief. And BRAVA to Nell for popping a cap across that guy's bows--whacking a woman over the head is so e baaaaaaaad juju.
I'm glad Kensi's looking out for Deeks, but let's shit or get off this pot, huh? And on another bogartted potty,
"Eric needs to open up to Nell. No more flirting and back-tracking. Just go for it, dude!"
AMEN ta THAT!!
Whew....I'm glad I'm not the only one who found Sheldon more insufferable than usual...it just wasn't funny. She shoulda opened a can o' whoopass on him after he kicked her under the table. I was secretly hoping someone would bring Sheldon's kryptonite--his mother.
Coupla funny lines though: Penny's phone, that repetition thing, the identical reactions to images in Amy's lab....
Bernadette ROCKS....the way she calls "BS" on Howard is hilarious!!!!! I agree with the reviewer about the Raj / Stewart story arc--it was a little too over-the-top and for me, the whole "poor single us" thing is getting a little tired.
Meanwhile, I HAVE to ask "Exactly how much Merlot is being consumed by the person styling Kaley?" Squeezing her into jeggings was bad enough, but WHAT happened with the hair--and what color is it supposed to be?
No review? Fine...I'll start. A so-so ep IMO, but I've developed a new respect for Bernadette, who's wise to Howard's BS and calls him on it.
Meanwhile, whoever is styling Kaley needs to,quit drinking. She's got too much g'donk-g'donk for jeggings and I've seen bird's nests that are more orderly than her hair.
If ya wanna change someone's wardrobe, make it Callan's. I think Sam looks JUST FOINE in those henleys that hug every bulge of that muscular frame. Oooo...gettin' warm up in here......
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