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  1. Chicago Fire in the Media

    That's his quote I based my comment on: He says she gave them plenty of time, so it sounds like they knew early enough but he ignored it because he didn't think it was going to happen.
  2. Chicago Fire in the Media

    If I interpret what Haas is saying correctly, Raymund gave them enough time to write a proper ending but he ignored it and then was surprised when Raymund did what she said she would. If that is really the case then I find that quite a crappy attitude on Haas' part and unfair to fans especially Dawsey fans. (Which I never was). It sounds like they had the opportunity to give Dawsey a proper conclusion but didn't because Raymund leaving didn't fit with his personal reality.
  3. S01.E18: The Stable Boy

    I think disliking Regina is one thing, she was the villain after all. But ignoring aspects of the story to justify hating her is another one. She never flipped a switch and became evil. Yes, she got angry at Snow and she blamed Snow but she didn't turn evil in that moment. We don't even know how intense her anger was. (More about that below). I admit that there is some irrationality to her anger. The obvious choice to be angry with would be her mother. But a mother is a still a mother. The feelings Regina (and probably most everyone else) has for her mother are a lot more complex than those she has towards a future step-child. And who really reacts rationally, appropropriately and measured after a lifetime (however short) of abuse and witnessing a murder as cruel as the one Regina witnessed? I don't think there are many who can say that they do. (Heck, even my grandfather had a time when he put some blame on his neighbors over my grandmother's death). As far as turning is evil is concerned
  4. Spoilers and Speculation

    Secretaries Albright, Powell and Clinton are going to be in the season premiere.
  5. S01.E05: Death Becomes Him 2018.07.19

    My point wasn't that the actress looks like exactly like Beckett did in S1 but that she resembles Beckett/Katic in general and has the exact same hairstyle Beckett had (in S5 and 6). I'd actually find it less weird if they copied Beckett's hairstyle from S1 for this S1 but the female lead looks like she was cast more because of her resemblance to Beckett/Katic rather than anything else and it's as if S5/6 Beckett is either of MilMar's ideal of a woman or whatever and they're recreating that. Makes me want to ask, what's with this weird obsession of S5/6 Beckett?
  6. S01.E05: Death Becomes Him 2018.07.19

    I finally managed to watch an episode. Why does the lead actress have to be a Beckett copy? Not in manner but in looks. I mean, she has the exact same hair style and paired with the fact that the whole show is basically a copy of their previous show, I find that a little creepy. I also felt it distracting to have Seamus Dever in the episode. Otherwise, I thought it was entertaining.
  7. Chicago PD Spoilers

    Unfortunately, it's more "budget friendly" to have characters come and go than have regulars appear more often especially this late in a show.
  8. Madame Secretary In The Media

    MSec returns October 7th https://tvline.com/2018/07/09/cbs-premiere-dates-fall-2018-big-bang-theory-ncis/
  9. Give The Devil His Due: Lucifer In The Media

    I don't think that the Sinnerman arc and lack of procedural was the problem. I think the lack of character development (and the interruption from the leftover episodes) was. I recall very little of the Sinnerman episodes other than that it was more of "Lucifer blames Dad" but it really didn't go anywhere. Until the last two episodes, when Amenadiel and Lucifer realized that they were responsible for losing/regaining their wings/Devil Face etc. It seems that most of the season was spent on Charlotte redeeming herself. While I liked her character and loved that episode with Lucifer early on, it's not Charlotte who I watched for. She went somewhere over the course of the episodes. Lucifer went somewhere in the last two. So, he went nowhere for most of the season and I think that was the problem. There was no point to these episodes other than an entertaining procedural. It might have worked if the show had started out as one but it didn't.
  10. Give The Devil His Due: Lucifer In The Media

    Don't most of them do that already anyway? I don't think Lucifer would have been picked up without the fan support. I'm not saying that it was picked up because of it, just that it probably played a role.
  11. Give The Devil His Due: Lucifer In The Media

    Netflix picked up Lucifer https://tvline.com/2018/06/15/lucifer-netflix-season-4-renewed-returning/
  12. Give The Devil His Due: Lucifer In The Media

    Considering that Lucifer realized that getting back the wings and retrieving his devil face wasn't Dad's doing, I would hope that they'd move forward in a potential fourth season. Lucifer exploring who he is (if he controls the wings and his devil face, did he want to become the Devil? Is that who he is after all because he likes to punish people (which I think we learned in previous seasons that he does) and why did the wings keep coming back? Why did he want them to?) might be a nice idea.
  13. S03.E25: Boo Normal; Once Upon a Time

    I thought he was calling her. There was a "swoosh" sound that sounded a lot like the wings sound before Lucifer said hello, so I assumed that she came in and wasn't there before.
  14. Madame Secretary In The Media

    A few blake and white behind-the-scenes photographs taken by Geoffrey Arend. https://www.cbs.com/shows/watch_magazine/photos/1007768/madam-secretary-s-geoffrey-arend-gets-creative-behind-the-camera/124289/geoffrey-arend-shares-his-point-of-view/
  15. S03.E25: Boo Normal; Once Upon a Time

    I definitely agree. It wasn't the actress, it was the quirky-ness and it wasn't even what she said, it was how she said it. I kept thinking "this is not how she should deliver the lines". Her personality was just too far out there to be credible. She seemed too self-conscious and awkward for my taste. If I were dying and she appeared as the Angel of Death I'd have a hard time taking her seriously. And did they explain when she does and when she doesn't appear and why? Because we've had several deaths with the Angels who could have seen her present and not a glimpse of her (the guy who shot Delilah in the Pilot, Malcolm, Charlotte).