"Maybe I missed it but I don't recall him even issuing one McJoke at McGee." You did miss it. When Gibbs had McGee take lead, Tony needled McGee with "Merry Crampas!" I gotta agree with Doug's stance on this disappointing ep...but for a considerably different reason. Oh, I enjoyed seeing "the old gang" again and re-acquainting myself with the rules, but now McGee has to associate Christmas with HIS FATHER'S DEATH!!!!!! Whiskey, tango, foxtrot??? BTW, that Heidi person? What a b*tch--I didn't buy her crocodile tears either. Who let her get near children?!?!?!?!?
Comment modified at December 17, 2014 07:00
AMAZING episode!!!!! Not only was it full of suspense, but it also showed that these characters do indeed have hearts and humanity after all! What a happy twist for Happy and what a neat present for Ralph--Rube-Goldburg is always fun.
Yeoman....Yeoman Janice Rand. :-)
That Interpol agent ruined this ep for me. She was an unlikable, unsympathetic character played by a mediocre-at-best actor. I truly hope we've seen the last of her.
Y'know...when Janine was havin' her little epiphany over Rachel's baby bump, I wondered why Rachel didn't see that as a golden opportunity to kick Janine in the throat and just about screamed "you IDIOT!" at the screen. So imagine how gratified I was she brained Janine with the kettle. ...and just like that, the factory deal is over, quickly revealed as a revenges scheme. Have we seen the last of Addison and his grandfather? Lastly, I've NEVER heard of someone needing a key to unlock a door....from the INSIDE!!!!! I'm with the reviewer--this show is starting to circle the drain. FYI, I just read that ABC will debut a new limited series called "Secrets and Lies" on Sundays at 9:00 beginning Mar 1, so I'm guessing that Resurrection will have its season (or series) finale by then.
Comment modified at December 09, 2014 07:00
Well....given the general age of the happy couple, Aiden's years away from a political career so we may never get to know if there'd be repercussions. And since Michaela didn't technically COMMIT murder......
I'm not sure I agree--they were a couple of horny teenagers. No one's likely to care--no real politician's been vilified because of his sexual proclivities prior to the age of 18 so doing so on TV would be hokey.
We waited three weeks for thissssszzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz? BTW, isn't the reviewer making a huge assumption that Tom's dead?
Wanna get REALLY creepy? Again, with apologies to Whitney, what if Frank's the father? Some kinda shared history has GOT to be keeping Frank and Annalise together because Frank does NOT have mad skillz in the legal profession.
Comment modified at November 22, 2014 07:00
Well now it could have been maternal pride. OK, don't roll your eyes, but.... Consider the pilot ep when he was gonna quit and she urged him to stay. What mother wouldn't give her son career advice AND, having reconnected with a long-lost child, want to spend as much time as possible with that child? Now recall the reception where he called her out for her affair with hot Nate. After he agreed to keep quiet, all she did was stroke his jacket--it's not like she moved in for a liplock. It FELT funny because we saw it as "intimacy" between two people who are supposed to maintain a professional distance. If Sam's cheating with girls half his age, she's no better if she does the same (with boys..not girls *grin*) AND she had Nate already so why go there with Wes? When she caught him in his apt coming out of the bathroom without a shirt, again WE perceived sexual tension, but he covered up pretty quick. Would you WANNA be shirtless in front of your professor or employer if you weren't having (or trying to embark on) an affair with either of them? We're only seeing them as man and woman--it's easy to perceive a sexual relationship because it's so pervasive on TV--we just go there first. I know...maybe I'm overthinking, but we could all just be misconstruing.
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