CBS (ended 2010)
|In other plotlines for this episode, Charlie and Amita apparently have a disagreement about the wedding date.|
That was pretty good I would have to say... alright NUMB3RS fans... mark your calenders for oct. 9th.... lol and donnie and robin..... awww how cute lol..... i hate to look over this episode but next week.... NO COLBY NO!!!!!!!!! looks really good next week..... i cant wait!!!!! This one was good too lol
|Actually, the next episode is in two weeks. There was supposed to be a new episode next week, so I was surprised when I saw on the promo "new episode in two weeks." So I checked the TV listings and it turns out that next week on Friday all of the major networks are airing a two-hour special to raise aid for Haiti. |
Anyways, about this episode, I thought it was generally pretty strong. Regarding Don's proposal, when he said it, I thought pretty much the same thing Robin did, in that that had to have been the least romantic marriage proposal that I've ever heard.
I like the filler episodes but always feel more satisfied with more complete stories. Yeah great episode. A lot of themes thrown around. Enjoyed the arguments with David and Randall played by great James Remar. David took the whole pacificist side, Randall took the war monger side. I liked it when David took him to the scene of one of the murders, so Randall could see what damage his arms dealings do since he doesn't care. Robin doesn't seem to be Don's type but whatever.
Loved the scenes with Don and Robin. Robin was right, he is not ready yet.
Great scene with Don and Alan. I love that father-son relationship.
Good scene with Robin and Liz. Loved what Liz said
|I agree with Don...if he wasn't ready he wouldn't have asked, and it's Robin's loss not his. For one I thought it was cute and funny. But maybe it's just me I personally can't stand Robin.|
awwwww i like her... a least i like her a lot better than any of his other girlfriends
The show was OK. I liked how the guns were defective and that there was a race to find them.
I had a problem with David and his whole liberal "guns are bad" ranting. Yes, it is OK to have trouble understanding an arms dealer, but to have that be a subplot felt like I was being hit over the head with it for the whole show.
I have to agree that Liz was just a fling. Robin is more Don's type. Now for the bigger question: Is Charlie and Amita's wedding going to occur before the show ends? Are Don and Robin going to get engaged?