Come on....who survives a gunshot between the eyes at point-blank range? If he's written to have survived (apart from flashbacks), viewers are gonna roll their eyes and walk away.
Comment modified at November 10, 2014 11:00
Um...probably rot in some box somewhere...he's dead!!!!!
Well, I'm glad we got at least some of the answers we've been chasing down all this time; I hope we get to hear Doris' side of the story and find out what happened to the agent who disappeared the night Steve was supposed to meet him. I liked the Capra-esque storyline, particularly Danno and Steve switching personalities. Danno was like Han Solo blasting at every opportunity--you can take the cop outta Jersey.....I thought just about everybody's alternate reality was at least partly based on the character we know, but I'm disappointed that they made Kono into a "Coppertone girl"--she deserved better than that.
I think the pregnancy's a red herring. This was the second autopsy; no competent ME misses a pregnancy on first autopsy.
"We haven't seen any flashbacks of Annalise from the night of the murder..." I thought we did. Didn't Annalise call Bonnie..while Bonnie was enjoying "afterglow" with Asher? Granted it didn't show Annalise doing anything incriminating, but just thought I'd mention it for clarification. As for Connor, poor guy seems to be trying to make amends, only to be stymied at every turn. And BTW, I.T. Oliver and that guy at the door? Only on television.
Comment modified at November 07, 2014 17:00
Bonnie relayed the information verbally based on a call she got so there's no report yet. I don't know how long it takes to issue an autopsy report, but even if it's written and filed, Bonnie could always "lose it" for a while. And yeah...Bonnie knocking on her employer's bedroom door at night? Talk about lack of boundaries..... As for Asher, the boy's got esteem issues. Not hugged enough...not breast-fed...inadequacy around his Judge father...something made that boy incredibly needy for validation and praise. And he may not want that trophy no more when he finds out it was used as a murder weapon.
Comment modified at November 08, 2014 07:00
Didn't know whether to laugh or cry at the sight of Asher proudly hugging the trophy as he answered Annalise in class. Hey Asher, once upon a time, it was illegal for people of different races to marry, and that was overturned. In recent months, more and more states are declaring bans on same-sex marriage unconstitutional. I'm sure that before long, people will be able to mate with and marry the inanimate object of their choice--in your case, the trophy (and frankly, it wouldn't surprise any of us if you tried gettin' jiggy widdit). Fight the good fight bro--your time will come. I'm EXTREMELY reluctant to accept Bonnie's word that Lila was pregnant--I need to see it in an autopsy report tyvm. Competent MEs don't miss pregnancies during autopsies. I think Bonnie said that as a way to get revenge on Sam for some reason or other, perhaps for reasons already stated.
Comment modified at November 07, 2014 13:00
I'm kinda surprised that Hetty didn't seem to know about durian fruit--surely someone with her backstory would have traveled to southern Asia and known about them. Yes...durians are a stinky fruit with with a creamy texture (kinda like an avocado...or perhaps richer). There are many different kinds, some of which you can smell right away without cutting them open, others not until you cut them open, like last night. A lot of hotels in Asia ban them from their premises because the smell can be so offensive.
I liked all the snide toupee remarks at the end: "Wonder what he feeds it.""I had a family of them living under my house."
No...in the US, interstates are numbered per the Dwight D. Eisenhower System of Interstate and Defense Highways (http://science.howstuffworks.c...): Routes with odd numbers run north-south.Routes with even numbers run east-west. There may be isolated spots where the roads run in a different direction but that doesn't change the road's overall direction--when you drive on I-95 or I-15, you're traveling north-south and the signs tell you so. As for the beltways, they're just that--beltways and bypasses. You avoid the metro areas and eventually reconnect with the principal interstate. This show is set in and around Los Angeles--just about everybody knows that I-15 runs north-south. Angelenos use it as an inland route south to San Diego or north through the desert on a drive to Las Vegas.
Comment modified at November 04, 2014 16:00
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