Well, as someone living in the Bay Area where coffee is an art form, this bad idea outta Silicon Valley won't be catching on any time soon. I'll bet whoever came up with it was too busy coding to bother waiting for the bread to toast.
This is the second time Annalise has thrown Nate under the bus. Supposedly, he's been conducting his own investigation into Lila's murder (remember when he propositioned Wes in the convenience store?) and I don't recall finding out the results. I betcha he's gonna cut a deal with the prosecution in exchange for information about Lila's murder. As for what it might mean for Annalise, I have no idea...unless he has something else planned for her.
I remember them burning the body AND dismembering it so they could scatter parts into dumpsters all over the city. However, they couldn't have done a very good job of burning the body; otherwise, there'd be no DNA. It would have been more plausible to try and identify him using dental records, but even that might not be possible with a charred body.
"Who cares? She's doing what she said she would." That's it--I officially hate Prom Queen. Someone slap the Black offa her.
Again....what information? Do you have definitive proof, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that Jake risked his career to illegally obtain information for Gibbs? You saw Jake give something to Gibbs or heard them talking over the phone about it? Yes it's illegal....but there 's no proof it happened.
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"In most jobs, if you are not working out after three months, you're out of there" ROFL...I can't help but think that if your tone and demeanor on this site carry over into your professional life, the "three month rule" is something they tell you....and ONLY you!!!!! I don't hold Bishop to any standard--I watch the show to be entertained. If it's become mediocre fare for you, then take my previous suggestion and stop watching.
When you started your first job, were you an immediate success? Were you sooooo valuable and indispensable that you were promoted to management in a matter of months? What about when you changed jobs? Did you adjust immediately and outperform all of your new colleagues? Ever go through a career change and have to learn a whole new set of skills? Pick them up in minutes didja--like Neo from "The Matrix"? Bishop transitioned from an office job analyzing data and chatter (usually alone) to a field-based position solving murders in a team environment--that's a steep learning curve and you just assume that she can adapt with no trouble. Why are you holding Bishop to a higher standard than you'd adopt for yourself? And why bitch about her every week? It changes nothing and only stirs up a shitstorm. Bishop's part of Gibbs' team. Accept the things you cannot change and get over it, or stop watching the show. Your choice.
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Huh? What information? What crime? Gibbs asked Jake a question--none of us saw Jake answer it.
It's a sweeps month--now's no time for a slump...unless you WANNA be canceled by May.
Most of the eps are a case of Murphy's Law gone horribly berserk, but even knowing that, I found last night's ep particularly annoying. This ep also comes on the heels of Friday's Hawaii Five-O ep where an extraneous and seemingly innocuous character turned out to be the real villain--just like this ep. BTW, the only plot hole that made me laugh out loud was the captain drawing his gun in the water...like he was expecting it to fire correctly if he pulled the trigger.
Comment modified at February 11, 2015 07:00
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