I thought this was one of the better episodes this season. I agree that the shows have been scattered. I do like the fact that they are putting Hank and the other doctor (forgot her name) together. I think this is a good match. Divya's story isn't over yet, next week should be interesting. I did think that Paige's shock could have been done better, although I loved the scene where she went into her room and looked at the portrait. That was a good moment for the actress. I'm still liking this show, although I think they did do better in the past.
I believe that Rusty was in foster homes before he ran away, and was not a teenager at the time he was left at the zoo by his mother.
I not thrilled with Sykes, but am willing to give the character a chance.
As I recall, Brenda was not liked by the team when she first came on. She had to win their trust. I think Sharon is a strong character, and should not be done like Brenda. That was a great character and I loved every minute of her, but this is a spin off, and changes have to occur. The Sharon character can't be the same, otherwise people will complain about that. I agree, just wait until the end of the first season. There is not a show I've EVER seen that did not take at least 1/2 a normal season (24 episodes) to catch on and develop. I'm still watching.
Great Summer ending. I agree with the other commenters, Sharon Gless is ablsolutely fabulous. The analogy of the broken bottles was great, and it totally threw me off of Card being the one who wants Michael dead. I was shocked, and pleased that they fooled me. I love this show, I'm sorry that we have to wait until November to find out how Michael and the gang deal with this.
I did not think of what Nisan thought of about Maddie, but I think Maddie figuring something out about Card would be great. I think this show is doing exactly what it should be doing, thats why I keep watching.
I agree with Martinelli. Malia was not dead yet in the finale, so they could have her die in the opener and have the ceremony as part of the next episode.
I don't see how you can say that season 2 is like season 3 when it hasn't even been shown as yet. How about seeing where they are going, then complain.
I did not see Pearce leaving coming. I hope that its only for a little while. I liked her with Jesse as well.
I think we will get more of Michael still having problems keeping it legal, otherwise it would just be too easy for anyone to get over that guilt, whether justified or not.
As for continuing to call it Burn Notice. I don't see any problem with that. All those that don't know the story aren't going to be watching anyway. If they do, then they can get the previous season through Netflix or buy the DVD set. They aren't going to change the name.
I loved this episode. I'm surprised they gave us the whole story, but I was glad that they did. This one had a lot of action in it, and having Travis and Wes decide that the therapy was actually helping, makes for some good stories next season. I'm hoping USA does give it another chance. I will be watching.
I've read other accounts that Catherine and Danny are not all that trusting of Mama McG. It will be interesting to see how she explains a 20 year absence. Whatever it is, its a great storyline.
I think its looking more and more like Malia is the one who dies. I was kind of hoping that maybe she would not, but I guess there won't be any miracles for Malia. This does give DDK some great chances to show off his acting talents. Which I'm very happy about. This season is looking great.
I thought this was a great episode. I loved that no one on either side of the religious issue changed anyone's mind. That is reality. As for Joan of Arc, I think these are great hallucinations, and yes, I do think its his own subconscious telling him what he already thinks.
Has this been done before? Of course, along with everything else in Hollywood, over and over. This is the first time I've seen an entire show on it though. That's not a reason to not like something because its been done before. If you did that with everything, then what joy would you get in life? I wish people would let that go. I'm still interested in this show, and I think Eric is doing a great job.
I loved this episode. I was glad that David was not the back stabber the writers let us to believe. However, he was a little foolish, but we all talk to our spouses about work stuff. No matter who you are or what position you are in. I'm glad Provenza was the one who pointed that out. I like Sanchez, but he is no angel, and he should be a man and realize that David was played. If Brenda could forgive, then so should Sanchez.
I agree that Brenda will always be haunted by not talking to her mother when she had the chance. We all have regrets when someone dies, whether we have done everything we could or not. The last scene was heartbreaking, and again fantasically played by a great actress. I will truly miss this show.
I like this show, and would watch a season 2. It's not the best, but its not the worst either. They do have some good actors on here. I'm hoping that it is re-newed, and that the writers give us a little more. I love the concept of cop partners having to go to therapy. I'm glad we find out why Wes and Travis we were sent to therapy in the finale. Hopefully, we get another season.
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