It looks like Mac is going to have someone in his life now
CBS (ended 2013)
What I found striking was the 2 bathrooms but makes sense, Dewbak75. She must make good money to afford it then.
Was it me or was Flack's voice somewhat different? Like he had a sore throat or something?
Not that I'm complaining (love a man's deep voice!) but it kept bugging me through the whole ep...
|Why would she be nervous?|
I actually thought Aubrey's emotions were pretty believable over the course of the episode. The first time we meet her she's stressed, frustrated, a little bummed out. She wouldn't be all that smooth talking with someone new. I thought both Madchen Amick and Gary Sinise did a nice job of showing their characters slowly charmed by the other over the course of the episode. Very much a classic "meet cute". I'm kinda hoping this relationship lasts for a while. Mac was more fun when he & Peyton were together.
|I'll pay more attention when I rewatch I hope he doesn't get hurt but if he does, Stella will be right there *is hopeful*|
I never really bought into the idea of Mac and Stella as a couple, I think it would be a bad idea for the show. Their chemistry is better as close friends and colleagues who lean on each other for support. I always thought Stella's best romantic/flirtatious chemistry was with Flack, actually. And since the Suits made the boneheaded decision to kill Angell, Stella/Flack is once again a possibility.
But seriously, I think if they're going to give Mac a love interest, it can't be someone who works directly for him. Peyton was alright, because I don't think the ME's office in his direct chain of command(I still miss Peyton, despite the significant age difference they made a very believable couple). Getting involved with another CSI means someone who works for him, and he's definitely not that kind of guy.
|I never really bought into the idea of Mac and Stella as a couple, I think it would be a bad idea for the show.|
|How the heck did Mac think of processing the gold like that from the honey dripping off Reed's spoon?|
Actually, I think it sparked Mac's imagination because the way the honey drifted off Reed's spoon resembled the way the gold drifted off the fake bar when he ran his test. At least, that was the visual similarity I saw when I watched the episode.