Well perhaps it's the way it's written--that the relationship would result from "bad decisions" catalyzed by a few too many cocktails--that bothers me a little. We've all seen that way too many times in television land and now it's cliche. Besides, Neal's her teacher / mentor--that's just creepy. If anything, make it a more unlikely pairing like Christa and Saveti--now THERE'S a recipe for some drama. :-)
Well, perhaps they are setting up Catherine and Philip (although involving a character introduced at the 11th hour seems too convenient as I said earlier) and it'd be interesting to see if and how that comes together. However, there's still the nagging question of who REALLY shot her and killed Sinclair. :-)
Comment modified at November 13, 2015 16:00
I was simply referring to the gun that came into Wes' possession (as seen in the flash-forwards). Now the question becomes, how'd he get it?
Oh let's NOT go there. That's been trotted out one too many times on TV, most recently on Hawaii Five-O where Danno finds out he also has a son.
DAMN...the man's a marble sculpture waitin' 'a happen.
At this point, I don't know what to think. They couldn't put Philip in any of the flash-forwards because it would introduce a character we didn't know; I suppose it could be him now that we know he's "working with" Catherine, but that would be too "convenient." Then again, Catherine ended up in the woods with blood-spattered clothing. Were she and Philip at Murder Mansion and if so, how did they get separated? Michaela goes into an apartment where Caleb is; was he there all night or did they plan to arrive separately? How'd Nate get there? Was he still tailing Philip? Why does Connor think it's her own fault? Does Bonnie do anything with Wes' gun or is she merely trying to stop Wes from doing something stupid? None of this helps me form any theories--it just poses a (largely incomplete) list of questions I hope get answered next week, in addition to the big one: #WhoShotAnnalise?
Comment modified at November 13, 2015 12:02
Just a quick aside: I find it ironic that Auntie Dear was spewing all these racist epithets about Caleb and Catherine--meanwhile her own brother's been boning her. Now back to topic: #OhMyGodICan'tWaitForNextWeek
"Neal and Christa finally socialized! I'm really hoping that they have one too many Bloody Mary's and make some bad decisions together. " "And there's always the long shot bet that the [next] episode will open with Neal and Christa in bed together." I'm a little dismayed at this "need" for creating a 'ship where none exists.; It's kinda juvenile to expect two characters to hit the sheets just because they had breakfast together after a shift. When you go out for drinks with co-workers, do you invariably end up in bed with one of them? CBS wanted a show about new resident physicians in a perpetually over-taxed ER--why can't it be JUST about that, and not have viewers starting a pool to see which two hook up first? Besides, if this is CBS trying to take a stab at an "ER" or "Gray's Anatomy", they're very late to the party and viewers could dismiss this as just another "me too" medical primetime soap opera, and they'll stop watching.
Comment modified at November 12, 2015 16:02
Hmmmmm.......think about who Annalise confessed TO.....and ask whether we've got the right baby mama...
Comment modified at November 06, 2015 16:00
Interesting choice of alternatives considering:1. A recurring character on TBBT played by Bob Newhart dies2. Mrs. Wolowitz on TBBT was "killed" off screen because the actress who played her (via off-screen voiceovers) died.3. The parents of TBBT's Raj are divorcing.3. On this week's Mom, Ellen Burstyn plays a terminally ill woman. It's not all rainbows and unicorns on sitcoms either, is it?
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