You may very well be right on that. I don't know. The thing that really got me going was the fact there were no consequences for Delilah's clear subordination. As Gibbs says "I can't work with someone I can't trust". She broke her supervisor's trust.
Did I say otherwise? From my review: As for the story, I'm actually glad they never caught the Unsub. In fact, once JJ assured Blake that he had to be dead - I mean, they shot at least thirty bullets into the water and in fact Rossi had to reload - you knew right away that he wasn't. Of course, this means we haven't seen the last of this Unsub, whose name we never learned.
I get the distinct impression you didn't read the last two paragraphs of my review.
Thanks for that. I've never seen any of them. At any rate, he's a great actor.
Thank you for your note, Audrey. Can't believe I missed that word. : )
Looks like Wynn Duffy may have bought the farm, now that the Mexicans know he lied about Boyd. Too bad too - because that's a beautiful name. : ) For a long time I've hated the idea of keeping Ava in prison but right now things just turned interesting: not only does she have that gang after her, the entire prison thinks she's a snitch. My prediction: she'll end up killing her nemesis in the joint, right before Raylan comes through with the promised protection.
What do you mean by 21C?
I can't wait for that spinoff too. In fact, having never been to New Orleans - I've now put it on my bucket list. All because of these two episodes.
He totally stole the scene, didn't he? Loved that guy!
It was an amazing and sad finale, but it did make a certain sort of sense. Robin had always been front and centre with Ted throughout the series. And we never quite knew why Ted spent the entire time talking about how he met the Mother. This episode wrapped it all up: he was looking for acceptance from his kids for pursuing Robin. We got hints of their dynamic all through the series. Ted going to look for the jewellery, always being there for her, even though they had different paths to take. Basically it's a story of a couple who were friends, then lovers for a while, then friends again while Barney wooed and married her, and then….whatever this turns out to be. Bottom line: the writers likely knew where they were going with the storyline, almost from the beginning. They just forgot to bring us along for the ride - which is why so many of us rightfully hated the ending.
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