During the off season I had forgotten how great this show was. Then this episode came and BAM - it's all rushing back. I often think, when watching this show, what a toll this life must be on married spies - knowing that part of the job is to provide "honey trap" duties on behalf of their country. Phillip and Elizabeth both carry on caring for each other, each knowing that the other may well be screwing someone else the following day or night. Makes me wonder what the real world spies went through. It certainly adds a level of complexity to the job….
Yeah that promo for next week's episode was chilling. And did I read it right? There's only four episodes left? I really have no idea how they're going to wrap it all up. Should be fascinating. I want to see Jane and Lisbon ride off into the sunset but…..that isn't often how these things turn out. As for Jane's worry for Lisbon: the pain he still feels about the death of his family is still pretty stark. Yes, he's of new love and happiness with Lisbon but it does not negate in the least his worry for her. And ultimately for his own sanity were he to lose her. The man still has some horrific demons to fight. Remember when he could never sleep?
There are two valid English male spellings of the name: Steven and Stephen. In this case, the name is Stephen.
Weird. I have an iPad too and can see all of the comments well. Wonder why your iPad handles it differently. I also went to a higher-volume comment review (NCIS) just to see if the nested comments show up or are cut off - but they show up fine too.
Nope. Here's his IMDB profile. http://www.imdb.com/name/nm085...
Importance is in the eye of the viewer, I think. To you the real story was the tribute - to others it was the case of the week. I don't agree with Bonus Mom that the organ donor community has anything to worry about - but my saying so doesn't negate her valid concern.
It would take a complete psychopath to go in that direction, I think. In this story, the father - though he loves his daughter very much - is a psychopath, no doubt about it. He's interested in saving her, only because of the pain he would feel if she were gone. In the end (I believe) it's all about him, not her. He's worried about *his* loss - and will move mountains and kill whoever he needs to make sure he doesn't feel that loss. Look at the way he handled the pain and booze guy - a man whose liver was of no use to the unsub's daughter. He said "you should have stayed asleep" - the inference being "but because you're awake and have seen me, I now have to kill you". Complete and utter psychopath. I truly don't think the organ donor community has anything to worry about.
Dewey's death was startling. I had no clue it was coming. No one's safe now. Not Boyd, not Raylan, not even Ava - what with Boyd sitting in the dark watching her sleep like that. Raylan may have talked her into believing she's a good actress and can fool Boyd - but Boyd is no one's fool. And he clearly recalls the fact that Ava killed his brother - so there's little chance she'll fool him. And let's not forget: Boyd is quite the actor himself when he needs to be. My guess is that she'll be dead before the end of the series, at his hand.
Interesting when we saw Nick doing his "interrogation" - how his skin changed color. I think there's a point beyond which, if Nick is pushed hard enough, he'll transform into something powerful and ugly. Hope they go there soon - I'm anxious to know the limits of his power.
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