I have to agree with all the other ladies, please more wet, tank top or wet shirtless Christian. Sure wish we could have the 15 episodes run now instead of being split. And i cant believe everyone has overlooked Parkers amazing acrobatics with the lasers. Loved the Boston skyline shot and Sophie's better attempt at sounding Bostonian. Last night's episode was absolutely wonderful! Considering that, he does amazingly well, particularly in the Juror 6 Job, but I think part of the reason he manages to pull off an in-person con is that he always goes over-the-top with this incredibly exuberant confidence. After that episode, I'd say it was well earned; probably my favorite of the whole series. My one question is probably one that won't be answered.
Looking forward to the rest of season 2, and very much glad there will be a season 3. Using Sophie's knowledge of Starke's preferences, the team narrows down the target to one painting, a Van Gogh. Would be very awesome though, or David Boreanaz. Congrats on a third season! Also, major kudos for casting a woman who looks like she actually consumes food on a regular basis. And while we're at it: The gravestone for Sophie Deveraux.
While it theoretically could happen, it is not as likely. Sophie and Nate offer a trade: the Van Gogh and Starke's team, and thus his reputation, for their client's painting. Just please think about how you can make your show a little less rapey, would you, please? Oh, and concerning Eliot's thing with the girl. Where's the good in that? Nevertheless, the battle of robbery skills and wits for a van Gogh proves closer-matched than ever before. Plus, I tend to imagine Sophie's career starting at around age three helping her mom run scams. Will the robots be old school Robby like tin cans or will they be sexy fembots who Chaos must teach how to love? I have been rewatching Season 1 after reading some posts from other viewers in order to get more up to speed. Although my first thought was of my favorite Warren Ellis character: The Midnighter from the Authority, he with the unique superpower of envisioning any fight before it starts.
I know you're now a kick ass writer- but I loved your stand up : said. Lots of really great parts the high noon showdown, especially was awesome. There was much rejoicing in my office. Like that they noticed the time, and wrapped up everything really quickly. And good luck to her neighbors, too.
Dad called in the middle so I couldn't keep track was quite well done. This particular joke was about sexual violence. When Nate accepts to 'steal back' Nazi-confiscated art, Sophie is nearly killed by a bomb, so they stage her 'funeral' and identify it's the work of a rival, non-reformed mastermind's team. I lovelovelove the male thief Parker was having her friendly rivalry with. Are we meant to understand that she had it changed? That man could have a crazy pyramid scheme going that your neighbors and grandma are both involved in. Parker and Apollo discuss theft techniques in the air vent, until Apollo takes off to steal the painting.
Cant wait to see where ya'll will take us. I love techniques like that. Mossad play out entire fights just by glancing at their respective stances as a tribute to the Midnighter. Shoot in Portland again if you can't come to Sacramento. Keep up the great work. I liked seeing the team go up against competently, and complimentary, skilled crooks. The fact that the two of them could predict how the fight would go just by the changes in their stances was awesome.
So I hate not having them there to explain their view point. There are 2 more left before the show goes on midseason break. Mike Hammer is to Marlowe and Sam Spade to me what the 21st century Bourne films are to the 20th century Bond films, if that makes sense? She promises Nate that once she finishes burying all of her fake identities she can tell him who she really is. I was hoping my experience with season two would be better than season one. Both can be very damaging to the woman's career.
Oh wait, there was one more thing: I've always been intrigued by the Holocaust for numerous reasons , so thanks for making that a part of the episode : So glad we get another episode next week as if the fact that I had two new episodes tonight since I was on vacation last week wasn't amazing enough! But please tell me we'll see something different soon? Is it just me or has the series gotten new writers or lost old ones? But then again it may be because they saw her one woman show. Phillip Marlowe was played by Bogie in The Big Sleep. I don't really have a question just wanted to pass along my congratulations on pick up for season 3. We're so fortunate to get direct feedback from you. Last nights episode was truly awesome, looking forward to watching it again. Is that me quivering with anticipation? Any chance of snagging that fellow from Vancouver who was singing with Aldis at Chris' birthday show as a guest star? There were so many mood and emotion changes I can see why you were going with this to originally end the summer season. Hardison recognizes the opposing hacker as a man called Chaos.
Just a general comment, that it's strange how people view things so differently. I was pointing out that these characters have, in the course of saving orphans and scamming hitmen, taken actions that may have caused harm to innocent bystanders, and that they clearly consider that acceptable collateral damage. The show made such a big deal out of Katherine dying and at the funeral, the headstone did say Katherine Clive. . What was Noa saying during the Blockage team's briefing? What's his name, Jorden, Johnson, something like that? Joking about something serious doesn't diminish the reality or magnitude of the problem, it just presents it to people in an easily digestible form.
He sits in a room by himself and presses buttons to make things happen. I would like to know what the old couple will do with the painting - technically it is still stolen so do you have a Word of God as to how they dealt with that? Perfect usage of an item and it actually would work. There's been 3 Orange Eliot and 2 Orange Sophie episodes. The real painting, along with the other fakes, is in a check-on crate at an airport under Chaos' name. Or was it just a cool thing to do? But you know it's what these two would do.