Ugh. Is it just me or does time fly when I'm watching this show? This is one of the few shows I've ever watched where as soon as the epidisode is over it seems like a week will be forever to wait for the next one.
This seemed like mostly a setup show for the last two, but I have a feeling that the shit is going to be hitting the proverbial fan, and there are so many ways things could go, which is a good thing.
Nice to see Julian back more involved, as he's been mostly a bit player recently. Now where's Danni?
Somehow, someway I think Vic will get off. And I bet he'll screw over Ronnie to do it.
Shawn Ryan said a while back that the finale will be 90 minutes. I seriously can't wait. The wait between last season and the start of this season was worse than waiting between The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi, and the wait each week as we crawl toward the end is brutal. Can't wait to find out what Shane does with Tina and why Claudette is crying in the preview...
Originally posted by StaggerLeeSo, Gardocki goes and gets himself indicted too (eventually).
Well -- depending on how other things shake out, Ronnie could still get off. He dropped off a bag from Vic to Vic's wife -- he never said he knew what was in it or anything -- I don't think he indicated to Corrine that he knew about the money. He could deny everything and I don't know if they have anything solid on him here.
Originally posted by StaggerLeeLOVED how the package from Shane was just to screw with the guys and take their mind off of finding him.
And the return address: "Cletus Van Damme." Ha ha!
Do we know the guy that Vic went and saw in prison? I am drawing a blank.
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In my Thor review I joked Thor might end up as the best romantic comedy of summer 2011. But Crazy, Stupid, Love was really good. Finally saw Friends With Benefits and I thought it was even better, really terrific.