It was an old ice network article that no longer exists, but if you copy and paste that quote you'll see a blurb on Google.
I finally watched the first two and I totally agree with you on the reason why! That is exactly what I thought and I had not even opened your spoiler since I had not watched it yet. Very lame reasoning. The second episode was eh ... I'll watch tonight still but if it doesn't pick up I may end up dropping this show.I watched the first episode of The Enemy Within. It could be interesting to watch but I'm having major issues with the reason why Erica Shepherd turned traitor.
The terrorist showed her live video of her daughter (Hannah) and said he would kill her unless Erica gave him the names of 4 FBI agents chasing him. Erica gives the names but then never tells anyone she was under duress. She doesn't want her daughter to feel like four people died because of her. So having the entire world think her mother is a traitor and never being able to speak to her again is the better alternative to knowing her mother gave the names to save her life?
I am SOOOOO glad that you enjoyed it so much! Season two is also really good (I learned a TON of interesting historical stuff in that season) and don't forget about the finale movie that you'll have to watch as well. Its such a great show and I will never stop wishing for more seasons of it. So good!I just finished S1 of Timeless on Hulu (thank you @HeatherC for always tweeting so enthusiastically about it and inspiring me to watch!), and I absolutely love it. I'm sad there's only a short S2 to get through next. I'm relearning many things I'd forgotten from my history classes in school.
Me - I thought I would hate it, but I actually ended up loving it.Has anyone been watching The Orville?
It is filled with Seth MacFarlane humor but he has been covering a lot of serious plot lines. For example there is a race of men only. The couple had a child that was born a daughter. The planet's custom is to perform surgery on the baby to make it normal. One of the parents wanted the surgery and the other was against it causing marital problems further down the line. They ended up in a court of law to decide the baby's fate.
This is only one of many plot lines that I don't normally see in any dramas, much less comedies today. So the humor can be crude but I applaud the risk he's willing to take.
Usually I love this stuff. But I hate that show so much. The way the people behave on the show is nothing like how it would be real life and the acting is so brittle and/or wooden.Me - I thought I would hate it, but I actually ended up loving it.
I don't necessarily see me finishing the whole season, but each week I decide to leave it on my dvr to record the next episode. So it's already gotten further than I expected.Whiskey Cavalier .... .is anyone watching? I like this show. Its funny. Oh sure the stories are a little outrageous but most spy story/government agent type shows are. But the characters are funny, the writing has a lot of quick wit, and the cast meshes well and delivers a great show. I love it!
I recorded it since I was watching Worlds. I'm looking forward to it!I checked out The Village tonight and I REALLY enjoyed it. The cast is very appealing (I love Warren Christie ), I found myself drawn into the characters various stories, and I really love the concept of this building of tenants becoming a family. This show is right up my alley (I love a great family drama) and I'm looking forward to the next episode. Did anyone else check it out tonight?
And I agree with @manhn that next week's This Is Us is gonna kill me too.
I went to look at the online guide to see why next week's show was going to make people cry. This is what it said (the generic description that I see now and then): "A group of strangers are affected by life's unexpected events when their paths cross and life's journeys intersect in unlikely ways, revealing shared attributes." Uh, what? Maybe somebody got that out of seeing a picture of the cast somewhere? Group of strangers? Shared attributes? Is that the English translation of parents of twins adopting a black baby who has the same birthday, and they show this same family at all different ages? It's like those funny translations of signs that don't mean the same thing in English.This is Us is going to kill me next week.