I found it nearly impossible to watch the first few minutes of the show, what with the wide-open mouth and someone digging at food (or whatever it was) in the teeth. So disgusting that it got me laughing. I think Lorne didn't shoot Lester right away because he wanted him to help move the bodies and help clean up the elevator. Both Lorne and Lester are clearly psychopaths. The only differences are the level of confidence and experience at it. Neither has any empathy - truly - for anyone other than themselves. I mean, that was a scumbag move on Lester's part, dressing his wife to make it look like him. What do you want to bet that Lorne immediately knew it wasn't Lester in the coat, but shot her anyway? That would be typical of him, I think. Interesting that when Molly was questioning Lester, his wife covered for him when she asked about why they left the hotel so soon. So his wife must have been aware that Lester had something to hide. I wondered about that. Lester's hubris has caught him. Now he has to clean up after Lorne and then try to get out of town, if he can. I'm beyond pleased that Key and Peale are playing such a big role in this production. Those two guys are hilarious.
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Either viewers stopped watching - in which case the showed registered a drop in viewership…..or they kept watching, hoping the show would improve - in which case the viewership was maintained. You can't have it both ways, @Grumpycat. You are entirely welcome to your opinions on the show, but don't expect anyone to swallow the idea that you speak for everyone. Your continual lack of logic is at least entertaining.
"The poll is obviously rigged". LOL!!! I'm the one who created the poll but forgot to wear my black hat. And lets look at the (lack of) logic in your argument for a moment. If viewership for NCIS has gone down, it seems likely that those who left wouldn't bother reading reviews anymore nor would they vote in polls beneath those reviews, because what would be the point? They'd have no point of reference. I certainly wouldn't participate in a review poll of a TV program I no longer watch. So….any comments or polls undertaken by anyone would necessarily only reflect the views of those who are still watching the show . As for your projection: please feel free to check back in here at the start of Season 13.
Looking back, it seems obvious that Hayley would be attracted to Andy. He's just like her father: goofy as hell, but with a heart of gold. She and her sister don't understand it yet, but he's *just* her type. I think he'll be back.
Did you notice how Paige's pastor played such a big presence this season? She watched him with such fondness when he was carted away by the police at the protest. The man's presence is large on the small screen, and in Paige's life - which leads me to think that he might actually be a spy himself, planted by the Centre as a means to get Paige on board, in case her parents objected. At this point, nothing much would surprise me.
While I don't think Voigt shot him, the bigger mystery is: what took place when Voigt and Jin had that heart-to-heart? We didn't get to see it all. And how did that discussion affect Jin's decision to put that data on a flash drive - and to whom did he mail it? Very interesting cliffhanger.
Wow. You really went to town on this! Great comments! I'm about as big a fan of JJ as it gets (not just because we share the same hometown either). : ) It was honestly a tough call for me, weighing "200" - a brilliant episode in itself against the two part season finale. I just realized another reason why 200 didn't win out: it was magnificent episode that should have been at least a two-parter. JJ and Cruz had been teasing all season long about their secret relationship - only to reveal absolutely everything in that one ep. Plus, the story itself was huge. As interesting as it was, there was lots to explore there - and so much wasted potential when they chose to cram it into one episode. JJ's story alone was worth much more air time, I thought.
I thought that fish from the sky thing was beautiful and poetic. All along, Lorne had been leading Stavros along, making him believe that God was visiting the plagues of Egypt on him - the last one being the killing of his firstborn. Only Lorne didn't set that one up - nature itself did, purely as a fluke. Yet you know that Stavros believed it with all his heart. Wow. What an amazing and bizarre twist. The more I watch this show, the more I like it.
That's a good point. I hadn't thought of that.
Tony blew it by not contacting Vance first so he could be read in. I doubt Vance would have objected.
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