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
I agree with the reviewer and zagsfan--meeting a contact in a remote area with no backup nearby? Silly agents.... Oh, and did anyone else wanna scream "JUST SHUT UP AND GET THE FUCKING SCREWDRIVER ALREADY!!!!!"?????? No? Just me then?
"The fireworks are adorable, but the main question in my mind was why are tiny children having a Valentine's Day dance at night? It seemed a touch weird, but maybe that's how the kids do it these days." How so? According to the dialog, the restaurant reservations were for the following night, which was Valentine's Night, which falls on a Saturday. What's wrong with a dance on a Friday night? Oh...and GO CHAZ!!!!!!!!
Comment modified at February 10, 2015 12:00
Are you saying Caan shouldn't have taken time off to be with his wife? Family leave isn't just for someone with a uterus,
See my comment(s) above.
There were plentry of eps that didn't feature Alex or Grace (or they had only minimal screen time). I don't see why this is any different. Caan's under no "obligation" to do EXACTLY what his co-stars did and only for as long as they did.
"it was intense to see [Thomas] deal with his drug problem..." Did I miss something? What drug problem? Thomas was injecting himself with saline that wasn't sterile (and I wouldn't vouch for the sterility of the syringes either) and he got an infection. As for the pills, if the solution was a sham, I'm willing to bet the pills were placebos. I agree about Mary; her bitchiness to Edith is unbecoming of a "lady" and I REALLY wish Cora (or Violet) would tear her a new one!!!!
Scott Caan's wife gave birth to the couple's first child during the filming of this season. I think Caan re-negotiated his contract to include "paternity leave" so he could be with his wife as much as possible.
I don't know if I like the dynamic, but I did like that for all his bravado and puffery, he showed his injured vulnerable side and that he's not ALWAYS the "Stepford lawyer" like Bonnie is.
I like that theory too, but it could be problematic. Recall she was arrested for Lila's murder, and Annalise got the case dismissed. If Rebecca's arrested on another murder charge, it'll dredge up her prior case and authorities will dig even deeper.
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