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.
Doubt we'll see Garcia going out in the field anymore. I think what she did will still traumatize her for some time to come. Seasoned police officers often have difficulty when they have to fire on someone. Rossi's revelation wasn't a surprise - although it was quite interesting. We knew his first marriage had ended, and that it was likely because of the job. We never knew the details though - which is why that scene is so important. It also explains why he may shy away from having relationships at all. The job is still that important to him, and he still considers saving innocent people from monsters to be a major deal that is more important than the mundane day to day stuff most of us handle.
In what way has she not longer a "unique, charming, smart character"? From where I sit she is still all of those things, and greatly cares for the people on the BAU team. The fact that she's on the front line changes none of those things.
What a fun review! Loved that reference to "stiletto through the ear girl". I keep wondering what else the writers are going to stack up against Jack. Even the guy he's trying to save - the President - is losing ground and influence. The fear hear is that he'll open his mouth to the English parliament and remove all doubt that his eggs are all cracked. (Sorry for the unkind euphemism but there it is). The one thing I'm still puzzled about: what's up with the weird eye makeup on Chloe?
I think Lisbon will change her mind all on her own. Marc is beginning to worry me because I think he's a controlling type. It never starts with an attempt at full-blown control. It's the little things. The change in venue is his way of separating her from her friends. This includes the concerted effort to ensure she has a job to land on when she goes with him. The marriage proposal was just creepy. He's looking needy at this point. Jane, by contrast just wants to make sure she's happy. Bottom line. I think he likely sees through Marc's neediness to the danger beneath that seemingly calm facade. But he knows this is something Lisbon has to figure out for herself. Let's hope she does so soon. Like maybe "next episode" soon.
Guess that means Lisbon probably won't be going anywhere.
Friends with Better Lives actually had potential. The same kind of potential Big Bang Theory had when it began. Bad Teacher was bad, bad, bad from the start though (and not "bad" in a good way either). Glad to see it gone. Really looking forward to NCIS: New Orleans. The back door pilot for that was really good.
That was a great ending for the season. But there was so much camera time spent on Jamie and Eddie that I felt sure that something bad was going to happen to one or the other of them. Plus, Eddie just couldn't leave that couple alone. Despite Jamie's protests, she kept butting in. I think they too would make an amazing couple - although one of them would have to either resign or be partnered with someone else. And yeah, absolutely Frank needs to pursue the wonderful Kelly. She's a class act and he'd be stupid to let her get away.
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