There’s always the problem in Hollywood that they think when they get two characters together for good that the show slides. LOL -- I thought that was hilarious, but it wasn't her shining moment, that's for certain!
I don’t think has that problem because the core story has never been about love, it’s been about suspense and the relationships. Allison Brennan is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of eighteen novels and many short stories. I don't mind that she had one night and got pregnant, but what I would have liked was to have there be some emotion when she told him, something that epitomized the conflict and their affection.
It's the accent, I know, tho he's dropped it now in Alphas, so I've no idea whether of not it's genuine. I meant that he was written to be annoying with his "facts" but he didn't end up being annoying because I liked his character. And his accent is probably real, because he was born in Birmingham, England (I looked it up because I recognized him from ALPHAS.) BTW, I was surprised that ALPHAS was renewed.I have some issues with that show, but I'll probably end up watching season 2 ...This is why I really respect Castle's creator, Andrew Marlowe, who has said straight out that he doesn't believe in the Moonlighting curse and that the show had been going downhill anyway. By the time the fans were cheated out of first real kisses and "I love you's," I mostly just felt bad for the fans who had been waiting for so long to see B/B get together.He plans to keep Castle and Beckett apart only as long as it makes sense, and then he has plans for them as a couple. Getting back on topic, though: A friend and I used to be Bones fans and then finally quit around the same time, after the finale (Season 5, maybe? I started watching Bones for Boreanaz, and yes, I know he's a hound, but I loved Angel and like the men he plays on screen. Every time she opens her mouth and is all, "I'm effin' brilliant and you all are beneath me" I want to smack her upside the head with a blunt object.Episode 7 ended on a high, happy note, we have a terrific arch-villain introduced in episode 6, and the story promise—from what’s happened in the past—is that everyone is at risk.
I’m optimistic because the mystery storylines have consistently been strong, but because they screwed up the first real kiss and the first ‘I love you’, I’m not confident that they won’t screw up the love story.
And every time she calls Sweets “Lancelot,” I want to slap her.
When they broke up at the beginning of Season Six, I was ecstatic!
I’m uniquely qualified to discuss this series; not because the main character shares my surname, or because I’ve read nearly every Kathy Reichs book, or even because I’ve seen every episode of the television series.
It’s because I watched all seven seasons in less than four months, finishing only days before the second half of season seven started. I love the characters, the mysteries, the forensics, the grit, the dark humor, and the quirkiness.
There are a million little things the writers could have thrown into the flow of the crime-of-the-week.