Saturday, September 6, 2014

This Week on My TV: September 6, 2014

Disclaimer: Consider the fact that there could be spoilers ahead. You read at your own risk!

**(UnforgettableS3E7 "Throwing Shade") Why is Al acting like wearing a shirt and tie is some kind of torture when he wears one in every episode? -- You're my kinda girl, Carrie!...Al: Too cool for a name tag? Carrie: Yeah, I'm too cool for a name tag. Name tags are designed to make other people feel comfortable so they can come up and talk to you. I want other people to feel really *uncomfortable* so they don't come up and talk to me at all. -- Eliot: grey suit (charcoal, this time), lavender shirt, (different) purple tie. -- A mobster eating a fat steak with a rack full of wine bottles behind him: *that's* original. Heh. -- Whoa! Eliot wore a navy suit, with a pink windowpane-pattern shirt and a navy-blue-and-pink striped tie, and then a light blue shirt with a burgundy tie in the second half of this episode...what?? -- That was a really sweet moment at the end, between Eliot and his wife.

**(The BridgeS2E8 "Goliath"Was that junkie Sonya went to see her mother? I thought her mother was dead. -- We learned some interesting history about Marco and Fausto, that they grew up together, their fathers "did business" together. Yeah, I'll bet Marco doesn't like that getting out. -- Sometimes this show is so over-the-top disgusting. -- There are some seriously messed up people on this show. Horrible, twisted  personal histories. -- Gah! I hate when you can see someone lurking in the shadows! And now "The Chopper" has Sonya. Marco isn't going to be very happy with Fausto when he realizes Fausto put a hit out on Sonya.

**(MotiveS2E11 "A Bullet for Joey") Detective Lucas [while searching the victim's files for a connection to his murder]: Our vic had a lot of contempt for the alphabet. -- The story fell a little flat for me. The "firing squad" thing with the brothers in defense of their sister. Meh. What I want to know is what this case is involving Cross? We are getting only the tiniest snippets, and now Angie has been served by the defense...except all along, I've been thinking Cross was being accused of something. I wish they'd give me enough to actually be interested in this arc rather than merely confused by it.

**(MotiveS2E12 "Kiss of Death"Called that she was being poisoned in the first scene, when she acted "off" and took a sip of water. -- So, if the defense can subpoena Angie as a witness, why can't Samantha? And if Samantha can, and needs Angie's testimony so badly, why doesn't she? -- This was a really good episode. Well-placed twists. Good plot. Not your expected ending. -- A few more details on this case involving Cross. Or at least how Cross and Angie's past fits in with the testimony Samantha kept trying to get from Angie.

**(UnforgettableS3E8 "The Island") Al [to Eliot]: Think about it as camping. Or what you've read about camping. -- That deserted "Typhoid Mary" island was creepy. I wonder if all of its history was true? Kind of makes me want to look it up and find out. -- The case felt a little far-fetched to me, but points for being unique. -- My two favorite things about this show: Jo, and the way Carrie and Al drive each other nuts (which is far better than the contentiousness of Season One).

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