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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by alyssa, Oct 14, 2011.
*Loved* the ending-
This show is getting better & better each week
Did he do it or not?
As I was watching, I was thinking what would I do. Decided I would break the guys spine way down, that would paralyze him and stop him from having sex. Sorta kill two birds with one break. And leave him alive.
This show has become very good. SP keeper.
Excellent episode ending. Jim Caviezel rocks. I really liked him in the movie Angel Eyes.
Almost a reboot of The Equalizer with a few twists.
Jim Caviesel is the living embodiment of boring. I'm sticking with this show because I like the female cop subplot.
I guess I like boring shows with big payoffs. Rubicon was a favorite till it was cancelled.
I have to disagree about Jim C. tho, he does a lot with his eyes.
Seems to me the end of the show was exactly what it appeared to be. It doesn't matter whether or not he did it; what matters is that she DIDN'T do it.
Personally I think he did it... consider if he didn't, the guy goes back to New York, and even if he's perfectly well behaved in the future what happens when the Doc runs across him again? Can she get past it far enough to not be bothered by that?
agreed, the ep was abt the doc's choice.
But I enjoyed the epilogue with the protagonist of the series. It wasn't a given he'd do the 'correct' law abiding thing.
I think he shot him in the knee.
I would like it better if he did, but I voted he didn't.
Cura te ipsum ("Take care of your own self!" or "Cure your self") is a Latin injunction, urging physicians to care for and heal themselves first, before dealing with patients.
I don't think there is anyway he did it, because as of yet, AFAWK he hasn't killed anyone yet, right?
For me this is the weakest part of the show. I mean the guys doesn't have to kill every badguy he deals with, but I think the character would carry some significant gravitas were we to see him kill someone.
I felt Reese was going to work him up to the point that he kills himself......
Oh, and as good as Jim Cav is, I am always amazed at how good Michael Emerson is in anything he does.....
Event is in a state of quantum superposition with the waveform yet to collapse.
Alternatively, Hugh Everett's "Many Worlds" hypothethis allows both/all outcomes, just different universes
All kidding aside you identified the problem. Doc could keep running into the guy and his continued existence could rekindle her Amanda like desire for "Revenge".
Damn you Big Bang Theory!
This screencap is from the pilot. (I don't recall it being mentioned here.)
Nope. He's too efficient. He wouldn't have bothered with the preamble if he were going to kill him.
This episode was woefully devoid of knee shots.
Who is it?