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This episode was definitely better than the previous two. No doubt! I liked the scary theme and the retro looking house the killer lived in. I was also wondering if his gf/wife is pure imagination or real. I guess he was just imagining her. The storyline was good, and I also enjoyed the beginning competition between Adam and the new tech girl. I don't know why, but she'd be perfect as Hawkes gf, because they both seem so smart. It's about time Hawkes gets his shot too . And I had to smile when Hawkes said something like: "The hot girl..." I'm not really used hearing that from his character so that was something new and unexpected.
Flack with beard looks just as horrible as Danny with his! That's really a big NO GO and I guess they are just trying to show everyone how much he is still suffering from the death of Angell. I still can't believe they cut her out. Those two were perfect for each other! I enjoyed Stella's line: "He used to shave every day!" Well, let's hope he'll get back there soon again . I don't mind his casual look though.
|I liked this episode. But the previews kinda threw me off - what the heck? My mom and I were confused - thinking that the previews would relate to the unfinished case. Anyway, other than that I liked it but Danny PLEASE shave!!|
I was thinking the same thing! You also forgot to mention Flack, but at least, Stella noticed. Am I the only one who is annoyed by the "cute but evil" blonde girl? What's her name again? I'm sorry, but I just don't see her place. Possible romance for Adam? Maybe?
I have noticed that starting with the episode before, CSI:NY is focusing more on the psychological traits of the killer than the usual technology stuff. It feels almost like a Criminal Minds episode mixed with smart and no nonsense scientists. I'm not saying that's a bad thing though...
Anyway, I was so sad when Flack didn't go to the dinner. It's going to be a while before he can really move on. Last, I don't know what's wrong with me, but I'm not into Lindsay and Danny together anymore. It used to be intriguing and exciting back then, but I almost don't want to watch them. Maybe it's because I wasn't a Lindsay fan in the first place, I just got interested in her as soon as Danny did. Overall, very creepy and well written episode. Let's see what they have in store for us next week.
|Am I the only one who is annoyed by the "cute but evil" blonde girl? What's her name again?|
|One thing... Didn't the newspaper that announced Jess's death say that Jess was born in February? It definately didn't seem like February to me. For one thing they weren't wearing coats.|
Hi everyone, Sorry I haven't been around much but life just happens.
I REALLY REALLY loved this episode. The only thing that I was disappointed in was that Gary and Skeet didn't have any scenes together. They worked together in a film called Albino Alligator back in the late nineties so it would have been great to see them work together in at least one scene. Skeet's character is quite interesting and I'm very curious to learn why he's so hung up on things associated with the 1960's. Judging from the ending, I'm sure he'll be back soon (hopefully during the November sweeps).
I loved Don with a beard, Danny less so. I found the scene with Don watching Jessica's family though the window was quite poignent. Grief is personal and it was interesting to see Jessica's family honor her memory with laughter. I think the more he watched them the more he realized that he too, needs to find a way to honor her memory. One thing I will say is that I'm pleased that the writers haven't had Don engage in any distructive behavior as a way of dealing with Jessica's death.
As far as Haylon goes, who's evil spawn is she? She seemed to know that finding such a small piece of evidence in the elevator would certainly put her on Mac's radar and it paid off with Mac hiring her. I don't see her as a love interest for Adam-only someone who has her sights set on his job.
The one thing that really did bug me about this episode was the fact that it is now 10 months since the first episode of the season-judging from the fact that Lucy is now an active 10 month old. I did watch Criminal Minds and I also noticed that the writers were taking liberties with Rossi's age-which really got on my nerves. While I can handle tiny inconsistancies in the time line of a show, big ones prove to me that the writers don't care about already established history of a show and instead think that the audience won't care if they substitute their own verion of a shows history.
|Jess's birthday was Feb 9th 1981.. She died May 20th 2009. In last nights episode the date was noted as Oct 7th 2009...So her birthday is off by 8 months. lol|
|Scruffy Flack was unbelievably gorgeous!|
|Jess's birthday was Feb 9th 1981.. She died May 20th 2009.|
Did anyone else feel that Melina's acting was very unconvincing in the first scene. Every line had the same inflection and didn't sound natural.
Regarding Lucy being 10 months old: that means she had to be around 8.5 months in last season's finale. She wasn't shown in that episode, so it's possible that there was a large jump in time between the Greek antiquities episode and the finale. However, we know that this week's episode takes place in October because it said so on the post mark on the envelope Mac received. That would mean that Lucy was born in December which obviously isn't the case. Lindsay was still pregnant in that episode where the coach's body was wrapped up in leftover Christmas wrapping paper.
It would have made much more sense to say that Lucy is 6 or 7 months old. I.e. she was born in March or April, the shooting took place in late August, the season premiere one month later in late September, and this episode 2 weeks later like Haylen said.