I like how Steve's b-plot turns out to be set up for Francine's resolution. But what happens to Old Francine after she stops Young Francine from getting in the car? Is she stuck in the alternate timeline she now created, or does she ultimately wind up back in her own time with everything now changed, or is she simply wiped from existence? Its probably one of the latter, but I think it'd be fun to have Old Francine pop-up as a background character from time to time.
You believe me, don't you? Please believe what I just said...
Originally posted by It's FalseThe concierge was total awesome. He needs to come back.
Hector Elizondo was a king on Sunday. So good. So funny.
It is the policy of the documentary crew to remain true observers and not interfere with its subjects. "Well. Shit." -hansen9j Go Pack Go! (10-6, 6th seed NFC, NFC conference championship) Let's Go Riders! (getting pretty tired of being the bridesmaid)
The second episode of The Bridge aired last night, and I'm liking it a lot for what it is: lurid pulp behind the hot-button patina of border culture. Diane Kruger plays an El Paso homicide detective with some sort of disorder. I'm guessing Asperger's.