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  1. Maybe she feels (since she stated that she is the one at fault for the accident) that her life isn't supposed to get better and that she deserves worse for causing what has happened to their son. Guilt will eat you up alive if you allow it to. I don't think its a question of love because I truly believe she loves Craig and that she loves Dario. I just think she can't allow someone to forgive her before she is ready to forgive herself. Truth be told that day may never come for her. I also think that there is more to the accident than just her getting in the car and driving off with their child.
  2. I think the reason why Julia can't forgive herself for driving the car that day is because she either was drunk or possibly high off opiates (not an uncommon problem for many women who either work or stay home to care for the house, etc.) Craig's incessant "I forgive you, I really forgive you" can't get through to her subconscious because she has not forgiven herself for that day. Maybe she and Craig had been having an argument about her drinking or pill popping and she grabbed Dario, got in the car and took off, only to have an accident, that the end result was their son having a lifelong TBI
  3. I just don’t understand why women especially one like Catherine Zeta-Jones would resort to either going under the knife or inject Botox or a myriad of fillers on the market into her face. She was stunning when she stared in the 2 Zorro movies and in Chicago. She or the doctor who did those procedures should retire. She looks nothing like she did when she was younger. Eventually time catches up to all of us.
  4. Interesting episode in that the debris was controlling people, even Finola & Bryan and the rest of the team, and not in a good way. I think more on the torture with Anson & Craig would have been a better go round than having the young girl be central in the episode. Apparently from whatCraig learned from Anson they are going to raid where George is but Craig clued Ferris in on that when he should have shut his mouth. Maybe George will tell Finola that Ferris (I’ve long suspected that she’s working for Influx and against the coalition) isn’t to be trusted and is a double agent or
  5. You may be right that it’s an illness but I’m wondering if it’s an addiction and not an illness since it was mentioned that Maddox pulled him out of a prison in Afghanistan? The picture Bryan pulled from the clones pocket was of a woman who looked like she could have been from Afghanistan. Did she die as a result of something that Bryan did and he was charged and convicted in her death? Maybe the injection that Maddox sent is something close to suboxone to keep his addiction in check. Also, has anyone noticed the small snippets when the credits for the episodes are shown at the end of eac
  6. So I figured out what was happening to the older people who touched/held the piece of debris. That’s was fairly easy. What had me baffled is what envelop was given to Bryan by a lab tech, to which Bryan says “why so early?” The lab tech responds “Maybe something came back in your bloodwork?” The tech leaves and Bryan opens the envelop, takes out the black case and then injects something into his arm. No notes, no test results, no directions yet Bryan instinctively knows where to inject whatever it is he’s injecting into his bloodstream. Now a few episodes back he was fully cloned and then half
  7. I didn’t put this piece together until my husband was watching this episode and said to me “Hey hon, I know this might be weird but the guy from the CIA is named Craig and his wife is Julia...don’t you find that a tad bit strange since that is both your name and mine?” My response to him “Babe, I think you need to get your hearing checked”...so what does he do? He rewinds the scene and holy shit it is our names...we have a son but he’s not Dario, he’s simply Craig Jr....lol...first time I’ve ever watched anything that this has happened.
  8. Yes. Bryan who was searching the cornfield for Auturo (the child who was lost) came upon it as he went from the cornfield into a muddy area that had been plowed at some point and was used as a harvesting area. The reason why some of the people died is because as the ME stated “they got into their cars to leave only to die once they got back to an oxygen based atmosphere and rain that wasn’t chlorine based but instead H2O. The spaceship according to the very beginning of the 1st 2 episodes states that “Three years ago images were captured of a wrecked alien spacecraft moving thro
  9. I’m watching so that’s 2 people watching 😉. I all seriousness though, I am really liking the show. When I saw that it was developed by Wyman I knew I would really like it. I love “Almost Human”. Then to see that Sebastian Roche was going to have a recurring role was good. He was in “The Man in the High Castle” which I just loved and “The Young Pope” which I absolutely adored. Now my only fear is that just like “Almost Human” which was on FOX and “Believe” which was on NBC, this will wind up cancelled after the 1st season with questions galore still left open. I like the whole CIA/MI6 componen
  10. I’m hoping the season doesn’t end on a cliffhanger of Malcolm copping to killing Endicott to save Ainsley. There are a couple of things that are or have been bothering me about that whole story arc. So Ainsley kills Endicott. It was a very bloody and violent murder. How did Ainsley get cleaned up? She had blood all over herself, in her hair, on her clothing. Who took care of her to shower her, change her clothing and get rid of the bloody clothing? It wasn’t Jessica because she just found out 2 episodes ago that Ainsley killed Endicott. So that leaves Malcolm. Are we being lead to believe that
  11. I agree....Edrisa was good at the murder scene and in the morgue but her waltzing into the precinct and her schtick with Malcolm was just off putting to me at least....they don’t need to force her into scenes...putting her in where needed and not over utilizing her character works best.
  12. I actually liked this episode for the fact that it really gave us some backstory on Malcolm and his issues and precisely why he changed his name to Bright. I actually thought that when Martin & Jessica were in the “family” living room and she gave him the drink, she had poisoned him and that would make him wake up from the dream. As for the whole plot of Martin escaping the asylum, I do believe he will escape and we will have a sort of “Silence of the Lambs” type of drama where Malcolm & Martin will be in contact on cases but as Lecter told Clarisse “don’t look for me. I pref
  13. Well it appears they are going to be pulling from news reports and do a wildfire episode where mutual aid from surrounding states will be called upon to help with an out of control wildfire. For me that hits far too close to home. My son’s a fire fighter out here in the LA area. I am an ER/trauma RN unit coordinator so we see each other all the time but when wildfires hit I won’t see him sometimes for a few weeks. Plus it looks like someone is going to die. I figured at some point these 2 shows would do a crossover with either the 118 going to Texas to help with hurricane recovery and I also f
  14. The opening was perfect. It is really a metaphor of Malcolm’s life in general. Always being on the edge, slightly out of control but in enough control to go about the business of life or in his case catching murderers. Dani at times I have really liked and at times I’ve really disliked. Tonight was a night I disliked her. She had no right at all to get in the middle of Gil & Jessica’s relationship. She could have asked Gil why he rushed in without sufficient back up but in the end, Gil is in charge of the unit and is capable of making those calls. I also hope it’s not the type of
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