I always hate it when Reverend Potter and his protesters show up. You know it's going to be a very ugly episode with the usual taunts about police brutality, racism and of course The Reagan Empire. I agree with you Christine: why assign Danny to the rape case? And what is Danny anyway? Isn't he homicide? Does the department not have a vice squad anymore? Maybe this is all a build up for Frank to finally say "enough!" as he walks into retirement.
Mike - there are a number of things that identify you, not just your writing style. Please stop trying to bolster your argument or your ego or whatever it is you're trying to do by masquerading as someone else. It's annoying and childish.
AJ Cook is coming back
UPDATE: Our weekly Round Table is up! Come on over and check it out: http://www.tvfanatic.com/2015/...
I think we have to go with what the show said, and not me. I use Shazam and Soundhound to identify these pieces. The tools are great for identifying fairly unique contemporary music, but when it comes to classical music, I think the possibility of error probably increases.
Comment modified at October 29, 2015 12:02
Yeah, I'm not liking this side of Senator Morra. Never took him to be the kind of person who would instruct his underlings to kill people. And let's face it: the death of that guy was all Morra. The thing that bothers me about his claims of wanting a "partner" is this: Morra no longer needs to take NZT at all. He has the same elevated brain power as people on NZT all the time (if we're going to remain true to the original film's mythology). His "generous" offer of the five extra pills was therefore manipulative more than it was helpful. P.S. I suspected all along that Sands' demands of Brian was a morality test. So Morra showing up and clarifying that wasn't a big surprise. I'm surprised Brian didn't reach that conclusion as well. I mean, given his elevated intelligence and all....
You're likely right. I was hoping they put more thought into it. It's a device that could be used in other stories down the road.
My sister had one. She kept her stuff in there for much more than a year. As long as you keep paying for it, they'll let you store your stuff.
Thank you, ebau! You're absolutely right. I've made the correction.
Thanks for joining us here, Michelle. I think Abby sees killing as necessary sometimes, but only if the good guys do it, which is how she rationalizes her adoration of Gibbs. We never get to see her react to any caustic comments by him about kills but I'm sure if we did, she would probably feel disgust. As I said above, I'd really like to see her be put into a position where she had to end someone in order to save lives. That would shake up her world.
© 2015 TV Fanatic
TV Fanatic Plus
© 2015 TV Fanatic
Food Innovation Group: Bon Appetit and Epicurious