You'll notice that Rossi tends to keep a lot of things close to his chest, right? He knew full well that Reid had stayed in the office playing chess overnight. I'm sure that the character sensed the potential connection between the two. And you may have to watch it again to see, but Reid does show interest in her. He doesn't say anything but at one point the camera caught him as he was gazing after her.
The official CBS Criminal Minds twitter account (@CrimMinds_CBS) asked their audience what they thought of the two as a couple. Sounds promising to me.
Glad you brought that up about Tony. It's one of the questions we're going to explore in this week's Round Table.
Nope. That role has always been played by Michelle Pierce.
Plus, it was essentially a gift from a guy. If I'm going to a baby shower (or I guess they call them "Jack and Jill" showers), I assure you - I'm not showing up with a cute onesie. Tony's gifts were perfect, and reflected the heart of the giver accurately.
Shoot, you're right. I'd forgotten. She had bitten his lip, I think.
Right. Actually, IIRC - for Juliette to lose her powers, all Nick would have to do is ingest a little of her blood. No potions or rituals involved.
That's what I was wondering too. Seems pretty simple, really. Maybe Renard doesn't know the mechanics of how Nick removed Adelind's power? But Juliette knew that he did - shouldn't her impulse be to just freaking ask Nick?
I have no idea what you're talking about. Lots of men lose their spouses and find someone new to love afterward. How does doing so negate his love for his dead wife? How the heck is he cheating on his dead wife? It. Does. Not. Compute.
His wife is dead. How in heck is he cheating on her?
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