Hey girls! I wasn't sure if I should start a new topic for this one, and as we've yet to hear back from Ben (or have we?) about getting another area for episode discussions - I decided to start this. I figured the thread from last week would get pretty cluttered pretty fast once the episodes started to air.
So here begins discussion of this week's episode - Soccer Mom in the Minivan. What did you all think? I know just a select few of us have probably managed to see it by now, but our International Friends should join us within the next day or two - thanks to Ei's wonderful link
Overall - the episode was pretty good. I liked it better than last week's, and I'm not sure why. The storyline was pretty intriguing, and the whole "whodunit" bit threw me, so that's always nice. I thought I had read somewhere that the writers weren't doing the whole "psyche you out" killer thing, but ... I enjoy it.
Now what we're really
interested in ... TJ and Michaela (or rather, Jack and Angela). Awesome, awesome stuff. I was amazed, and totally fell for them all over again. It's like this episode put us back where we were last year - the flirty, I-love-you, mushy love that made me fall for this couple in the first place.
We get a few great scenes of just J/A wonder - and I was very, very pleased to see my favourite line from the sides make it in! Angela
(referring to Jack, and speaking to the agent Jack's been oogling): "I do facial reconstructions (*beat*, and glorious look by MC) and him.". Awesome stuff, people. I can't wait until you see it!
Not to mention we get a reference to the "Medieval Room", which obviously has become much more exciting than the "Egyptian Room" of last season.
Overall, without spoiling too much for you, and leaving room for others to comment, we get to really see our couple interact together, and some fine acting by Michaela and TJ. We also get to see that Jack is still very much in love with her, and she with him.
Enjoy - and let us know what you think when you see it yourselves!
Dude, what you call being a conspiracy theorist I call being well informed - Dr. Jack Hodgins