Good episode...lots of intrigue and twists. Agree with Carla that the Deeks-Talia partnership felt like pandering.
Carla, "a good-bye in ISLAMIC"? Tsk tsk tsk...Islam's a religion, not a language.
Comment modified at March 05, 2014 01:16
Ep's aired...even on the west coast. Where's the review/recap?
Just what I was hoping for…a mature well-reasoned, cogent response. Thanks so much.
Well, that's all well and good, but just suppose for a minute that rather than this being a TV show, it's your life. You've got a roommate or a friend who's a constant nuisance, always has to have his way, has a opinion on everything, and dictates that you live YOUR life HIS way. Tell us now how you would NOT kick his ass to the curb or subject him to frequent ass-kickings!!!
For seven seasons, we've been his "friends" and he's barely changed. I get that he's a fictional character, and it's still a funny show, but it's getting old, almost to where I would prefer to see the other story arcs in a given ep.
Comment modified at March 01, 2014 01:11
Lestrade's assistant: 'Scuse me....assistants wait out here.
Joan : Right (enters office)
Comment modified at February 28, 2014 11:55
The truly repellant part was the use of "sometimes". I think Laurie Metcalf needs to make an appearance and force Shelly to start acting like a man.
In a prior post, shortly after Bishop's "arrival", I posted how most, if not all, of her detractors were women, and these posts continue to lend validity to that observation. Not sure what it is...the character, the actor, her looks, her brains-over-brawn ethos...
Not a very jaw-dropping episode; in fact, the premise of the story was kinda repugnant to me. However, I liked the twists and the villain's comeuppance.
NOT looking forward to the return of DiNozzo Sr. Oh, I like Wagner well enough, but I think they're trying for too much mileage out of his character.
Well....I'm sad it's over, but I'm not anxiously awaiting Season 5. That business with the letter was ridonkulous and while I like Paul Giamatti, he played such an unlikable character.
Tom, STOP bringing stray women home--did that episode with Braithwaite teach you NOTHING?!?!?!?!?!?
Good on Daisy; cheerio Ivy. Good on Baxter; get stuffed Barrow.
Can't speak to her general dislike of clothing, but it seems that what she does wear reflects poor judgement. Let's just say that Lena Dunham does NOT have a "bikini body" and leave it at that.
Oh...and an off-screen death for Green? That was too good a fate for that bastard. I call Fellowe-nious BS.
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