I LOVE drunk Sheldon. And, you know - it was cool to see him and Bernadette's dad bonding so wonderfully, even if it was a little bit at Howard's expense. All of that talk about clown cars made me laugh out loud. This was a great episode.
Lyle is 40 now.
Damn. I hate that Carter's gone. She really grew on me. I'd like to think I saw it coming when the two kissed. It seemed too good to be true. Yet, like you said, Sean - the show keeps you guessing. It's an amazing, top notch series.
Yeah I went back and re-watched that scene, just to make sure. It's definitely "complicity". My guess: "complicity in one's own stagnation". I found it odd though too.
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Good point. Tony might well be prevaricating by talking about his "men's support group" - and by lying to McGee when he was asked whether he had a drinking problem. I chose to give him the benefit of the doubt. For now, anyway.
I thought about referencing that movie but figured people might be more familiar with "Throw Momma". You're right though.
That was a fascinating read! Thank you for sharing it, ManniGee.
I think I'd be on-board for an Unsub like that. Good call!
Of all the ways to go - I'd have to think that death by pressing would be preferable. Certainly less screaming involved anyway - if only because you can't scream when you can't breathe. Anyway - this info was new to me. Nice to see them get it right. ALSO: I was glad to see Hotch explain why they took the case in the first place, even though it was initially only one victim. That was a nice touch.
@swan30: Marie's co-worker was part of that mob group. Hence, when she was taken forcefully - during which Wells was killed - she was in effect kidnapped. The only difference was that Victor initially wanted to kill her but her co-worker talked him out of it, by promising to kill Anton himself.
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