Since Jane never knew the identity of her rapist there would not be anybody listed on Ziggy’s birth certificate as the father. So Mary Louise has no rights as a grandparent. And there has been no DNA test. Ziggy’s father is still unknown as far as the courts are concerned. I am not a lawyer or anything but that just seems like common sense
I think a lot of assumptions are being made about the ladies and especially Bonnie. I don't remember anything in the series that has even suggested Bonnie has experienced abuse. It may come up now but I noticed some suggesting that Bonnie reacted the way she did with Perry because of her own history with abuse. None of which I remember in past episodes.
Yes, I see what you are saying. I just misread it as normal couple stuff I guess rather than serious problems. I probably didn't want their marriage to fail so it was wishful thinking on my part!
And you are right - the Ukrainian guy is very cute!
I watched Episode 1 yesterday. I am not sure about it. I like Russell Tovey and Emma Thompson but don't really know the others.
I didn't like Russell Tovey cheating with the cute Ukrainian because in my mind he just got married. I know it's supposed to have been years but when those years weren't shown and so it didn't feel like it was earned.
The episode ended and I was left feeling a bit depressed.
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Maybe it was my mood or something but this episode was a blah one for me. The crime was too convoluted for me to follow or really care about. I would have thought they would be concentrating on the Captain since that is the reason they came back and Sherlock went through all of his scheming.
I disagree. Personally I like Tyler's jokes and think he is doing it all in fun. I don't see mugging for the camera. I think he is more authentic than Becca.
I absolutely agree. If they didn't want to lie they could have just been vague and said a little while or something.
I didn't read the spoiler. I agree the first season was perfect. I am willing to give the second season a chance but didn't think there was a need. And I don't want to see the lady detective obsessing over what she thinks was a murder. That doesn't make sense to me at all. If they want to explore guilt or the lack of guilt and how each woman deals with it I can get on board.
I don't know how and yes the show is still ridiculous but I care about these people! I want Max to be okay. I want Kapoor to make up with his son. I want Reynolds and Evie to make it as a couple. I am not sure what I want for Helen but I want her to be happy!
What a messed up family! To release information only after she has died when her sons cannot question her is cruel. And weak. She took religious vows to escape her complicated life and left her sons behind.
I was disappointed in the end because I thought there would be answers to Alec Wilson's life. And then when Alison chose the Church. Blech.
I just went to the link above and am intrigued at the idea that his disgrace may have been engineered by Guy Burgess!
I agree with everyone else who thought Afa was unfairly penalized for not making cold weather survival wear. It was not specified in the challenge and since Kovid's was a hot mess he should have been sent home. Most of the other models were cold too. Even the designers and judges were cold! I was underwhelmed by the challenge and the way it was carried out.
I agree! He just doesn't sound very sincere to me. And if he meditates that much why isn't he more Zen?
I also don't like Hester. So far I see her designing children's clothes and last night's runway didn't change my mind.
I would have given it to Sebastian without question.