This was a great episode. I also, would hope that the baby was Rigsby's and that they don't go that route. Yes, he still loves Grace, and is not in love with Sarah, but I don't see Sarah lying to Rigsby. She did not agree to his proposal, so they did show that she has some sense that Rigsby is not in love with her. I would be very disappointed if it was not his baby. I loved Jane's expression, and yes Simon did that billiantly. He showed happiness, but also the pain of his own loss. I thought the case was well done, loved Jane telling everyone that the principle had cameras in the bathroom. I hope he was forced to remove them, that's just as creepy as a 35 y.o. going after a 16 y.o. and calling it love. Jane said he was not in highschool, does not mean he was not in junior high. I think that he was a trouble maker, but got away with it, thats why he became the con artist that he was.
@Amazingalex.....I started a new job this week, longer commute, not able to get on line as yet, did not want to push it at work. After a few weeks I'll be able to check in at lunch. You'll hear from me once the last three episodes are shown. I can't give up the H50 club. I saw Moonlight and Three Rivers through netflix. It's great no commercials. Can't wait for the new episode on Monday.
The promo for 2.20 is really short. I was hoping for a little more. I am excited that we get a new one on Monday. I am also happy that we get to find out about Max's past. Unfortunately, we have to wait until May 7th to get a full episode with AOL, but I know the last 2 episodes of the season will be epic. I also am sure that the rest of the cast will do us proud in the NCIS LA crossover, it should be a great one. They are both great shows, but my heart will always be with H50 first.
Well I thought they were going to kill this show with the short season, but I see that it was renewed for next season. I did like this episode. I did not find it cheesy. I don't think Brennan always makes sense with her choices, so her not wanting the baby born in a hospital is plausible to me. She is highly intelligent, people who are don't always show common sense in their decisions. There are a lot of germs in a hospital, no matter how clean it looks, people who go there are sick, what do you expect. I do feel that the show is coming to an end, even though they renewed it for next season, perhaps that's the last one. It does usually happen when they get 2 of the leads together, it tends to fizzle out after that. I will still watch, but I do agree to a point that the writing has hit a lull. That's what happens with shows that have been on for so many years.
I enjoyed the episode. I was surprised that Cho just told Rigsby that the flowers were for Summer and that he brought them into the office. I guess we have seen the end to his pain killer addiction. I don't think its really that easy to get rid of, but it is Cho, so who knows. I hope we see more of him next season. I thought I saw a wedding ring on Rigsby's hand in one of the shots. Now I guess that was an error on the actor's part, because Rigsby was turned down when he proposed. I also hope that Red John will be there to haunt us during the finale and keep us in suspense over the summer break.
I very much liked this episode. Nicky's dilemma with her friend, not standing by her at first and then finding out that her friend sent the picture herself to get attention was very well played. I agree with the reviewer it was also very sad that someone was so starved for attention that they had to do something like that. Nicky not telling her that she knew showed how mature for someone her age is, although we have seen the terrible teens at times from her in other episodes. I know that its good that they have these gun programs, but it just seems to me that there is always one to replace it out on the streets. I'm just not sure if it really helps. I liked how they showed Danny trying not to use the picture the officer took. Like the reviewer said, it would be hard for an officer who knew that the gun was used in a shooting to just ignore it. I truly enjoy this show.
conintued......black and white, with a whole lot of grey. That's what the writers were trying to show and they did a good job.
I liked this episode. Mary on horseback was something I never expected to see. I love that Mark is taking some responsibility, and not leaving it all up to Mary to take care of their daughter. However, I do feel for Mary's angst at not wanting a stranger to take care of her baby, but unless you are able to afford it, most mother's these days have to work, and they have to trust their instincts and referrals. It's great for the actress who plays Delia, who's character is being developed into a strong and intelligent marshall. Too bad its the last season. I still enjoy this show, but knowing its going to end and soon, makes it hard to really concentrate on the episode itself. Instead I find myself looking for clues as to how everything will end.
I thought this was a great episode, very well acted. The dilemma that Sam faced would have been real. It was not murder, it was self defense, but the crime was the cover up, no matter what the reason you would not expect that from a Navy Seal. I have a tremendous amount of respect for all our military, but all they had to do was report what they knew and it would have been over. They are not the ones to make the decisions of continuing a mission or not. If they had reported what happened right away, then perhaps another seal team would have had time to assemble and rescue those hostages. You can't tell me that they would not be able to do that at the last minute. I know that they have to do things that would not be tolerated in civilian life, but they still have codes to live by. With that said, this show was very well written and showed how things get compromised. You don't have to agree with them getting away with it, its a TV show. They showed that some things are black and white, but there is always a lot of grey.
@R. Sidman.......Peter Lenkov said that Grace Park would be getting someone from her past that comes back into her life. He said she would get a big story line. Since 2.20 is the Max episode, 2.21 is the crossover, 2.22 is Wofat and the Yakuza. I doubt her big story line would be to kill her off in 2.23. If it is, then that would be a really big mistake by the writers. If you thought the Lori character set people off, try killing off one of the core 4. No, I can't see them going that route, injured and comes back next season, possible, but I think a big story line would be more then one episode.
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