Ka makuahine a me ke keikikane
Five-0 must free McGarrett’s mother, Doris (Christine Lahti), when Catherine (Michelle Borth) informs them that she was captured and is about to be executed after attempting to free Wo Fat’s imprisoned father. Also, Chin loses his appeal to have Sara’s adoption delayed, and she must move to Mexico, on the 150th episode of HAWAII FIVE-0, Friday, Nov. 4 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT), on the CBS Television Network.
CBS translated Ka makuahine a me ke keikikane to Mother and Son
150 episodes. That are 6450 minutes of entertainment. And most of these were highly entertaining.
Thank you, cast and crew, and everyone involved for your hard and dedicated work to bring these 107,50 hours of Hawaii Five-0 into our homes and hearts.
We certainly don’t always see eye to eye on the storyline, the writing in general or logistics, timelines and other minor things. Sometimes I am not happy with some of the acting, or the location or whatever else I think was worth complaining about.
But week after week I come back for more of my favorite show. And without all your hard work I wouldn’t have something to complain about. And most importantly, I wouldn’t have something to watch and love week after week.
And one hundred and fifty episodes is something you all, everyone involved, can be damn proud of. As proud as I am happy to see it week after week on my screen.
There won’t be 150 more of this, and I am OK with it. When we will be able to enjoy another full season, that will be a wonderful thing. Even if this season would be the last which I do not believe it will be, but even if for some reason it would be, I would be OK with that too. Because, seven years of wonderful entertainment is something to cherish and be thankful for.
So, here is to however more episodes we’re going to get. Thank you for what we already got and thank you for what we will get in the future.
And now, let’s take a look at this week’s episode.
Even before this episode aired there was a lot of chatter about all the spoilers we got from various sources. Some of them contradicting.
But this review will not be about those interpretations from Alex, who undoubtedly knows the character he so perfectly breathed life into for the last six years, better than anyone. But who also undoubtedly does not write the show. And doesn’t know much more about what is going to happen in the future than we do.
I respect and admire him for speaking his mind so frankly. He gave us some great interviews. But he doesn’t watch the show, he has no idea what landed on the cutting room floor, and I’m sure that was quite a lot. And he does not know what PL has planned for the characters.
And therefore, this review will be about my interpretation of what I have seen in the last six plus years, and what I take from this episode. 😉
So, the show starts off with super cute scenes of Steve in the kitchen preparing a dinner. Don’t you just love watching him getting through all this trouble for a date? And obviously having fun doing it, and he even looks like he knows what he’s doing.
Cokie said, he prepares for this just like for any other OP. 🙂
No matter what, I thought it was really cute. And yes, of course, Steve can cook. I never had any doubt he would know how to prepare a decent meal. If you live alone, and want to eat healthy, which I’m sure Steve does, you need to learn to cook at some point. Eating out only goes so far.
And right after this the show gets even more delicious. Excuse the pun, but watching Steve getting dressed? Oh well. 🙂
And please note that this seems to be the very first time that the show got the scars right. They even messed up the tattoo a little bit from the bullet that entered his arm. I’m impressed.
Eight week old scars? They did a pretty good job with it. And seeing the entry wound, well, that bullet would have done a lot of damage going in from the side. Let’s not talk about the medical side, but I think they did a very good job showing us in a subtle way that they are aware of the events from 6.25. I for sure prefer this over a verbal reminder any day.
And can I just say that I prefer this body over the six pack from a few years back. This looks fit, but not like someone who spends most of his time in the gym. He looks perfect like this. 🙂
And yeah, he looked damn good in that blue and black. I thought it was cute how he checked himself in the mirror. Cute. Ah, darn, there is that word again. I’m sure McG wouldn’t be happy being called cute and adorable. Well, guess he has to live with it. LOL
So, I take it this is grape juice, right? Surely Steve wouldn’t drink wine. Come on, show, this is a major fail. I kind of accepted that Steve still runs around pretty much like nothing has happened, and that is really kinda OK. Because he would power through it; just another obstacle to get past. But drinking wine? No, I don’t think he would do that. He would opt for water or juice.
But OK, back to Steve’s OP preparation, eh, I mean dinner preparation. He really put some thought into it, with flowers and all. 🙂
And finally, his dinner date arrives. I guess taste is something one can discuss to no end? I think she looked like a white speck on a white canvass. Who decided on this dress with her complexion and that hair? Alright, not like others, I do think she had a bad hair day, but it wasn’t as bad as I first thought. She would look much better without her hair being this blond and straight. But hey, I guess that is something she likes.
And I certainly don’t like the dress. At all. OK, I am not a man, so maybe they like it. Whatever.
BUT, I really liked all their scenes. That was really cute. Loved the scene at the door, that was adorable. And I also later liked their actual dinner. Yeah, I don’t have anything against Lynn. I really enjoyed her episodes so far. That does not mean, however, that I think there is anything serious going on. And I do believe Lynn is history now. But I do like her. She is harmless enough. And she is nice enough. Someone Steve can have some happy hours with. Nothing for long-term. But I think that is not something either of them wants from this.
Back in the valentine’s episode, Lynn said she doesn’t want to be the rebound girl, but seeing her still with Steve obviously means she is just in for the same reasons he is. Having a fun time. And there is nothing wrong with that. They are both consenting adults. Let them have fun.
That doesn’t make him a pig, and doesn’t make her a stupid slut. It seems to me they are on the same wave. She knows he is not over Catherine, the woman he wanted to marry, and I don’t think she expects anything from Steve. And that is good.
OK, I have to confess, I did not recognize Grace in this picture.
OK, tell me, how can someone annoy me to no end when he is not even in the episode? You know my stand on Dannoying as a dad to Grace, so I don’t need to repeat in length how I think he is obsessed with his daughter in a very disturbing kind of way. But now asking Lou to get his son to spy on his daughter? That goes way too far.
And I am even annoyed with Grover. He goes for that? That is just wrong. He should have put that idiot in his place. The only grown up in all this is Will. Very mature, smart young man. Well, also Gracie’s boyfriend, but that is a different matter.
I loved that he said it is very obvious that Grace’s father doesn’t trust her. And I think it is a shame. If Dannoying wants to know something, he should go the direct way, or let it rest. With his way, he will only drive his daughter further away. I do hope that is what is going to happen, because what he is doing is wrong. On so many levels.
This has nothing to do with good parenting and worrying about your kid. He wants total control over his daughter, and want to know every last detail. Huh, sounds familiar, doesn’t it? It is what he always says about Steve. But that is nothing but reflecting his own needs.
Anyway, this little scheme totally annoys the crap outta me.
Although I’m sure the story about Sarah is far from over, it was clear that Chin would not adopt her right away. And I’m still not sure if it would be the right thing to do. My verdict for it is still out there. It’s just that I don’t see how Chin would be able to take care of her with his job and all.
But I have to admit that the kid is very cute and it was a total joy to watch her with DDK. She did really good in all her scenes, and I hope to see her again. Although it would be cool if her adoptive parents were really good people and if Chin should get Sarah it should be for all the right reasons and not because her relatives were associated with any crime. That would be refreshing and nice.
After seeing what the others are doing we go back to Steve and Lynn. And I have to tell you, I liked seeing that. And yes, I am still totally team McRoll because they are simply the best couple on TV, but these two are also kinda cute to watch. It is just fun to see some happiness for Steve. There are very few people who deserve it more than he does.
Although I find it rather funny that he and Cath never made it to dinner, and now it seems that he makes it to dinner, but not to… well, you know what I mean.
But it seems he does enjoy the time, so who am I to complain? Right. Don’t answer that. I will complain in a bit. 😉
Of course, this wouldn’t be Five-0 if the happy times would last any length of time. He gets a call from none other than Catherine Rollins.
How adorable were his faces? And I loved that pretty much the first out of his mouth was the question if she was alright. You can see how deeply he still cares for her. He might not be in love with her, but he certainly still loves her. And that will most likely never change.
I loved his confusion and how he tried to explain to Lynn who was at the door. It was clear that he was not feeling comfortable with the whole situation. Also loved the little pause before he opened the door. Just imagine how he must have felt in that moment.
Lynn might think she is the girlfriend, but Catherine is for sure the woman in his life. There is just no competition. Girl of the moment vs woman of his life. It’s laughable. Opening that door made that clear. Just wow. From that moment, the power was back in the house. These two on screen? You have to look long and hard to find another couple like that.
Steve and Catherine are just awesome together, and watching Alex and Michelle playing these two characters? They come to life, it’s kinda magic watching it.
So, you can see, I like Steve with Lynn, but I LOVE Steve and Catherine. Every second of these characters is such a joy. Such power and energy.
I’m not sure if Cath was really that surprised to see another woman there. I kinda dreaded this so-called triangle, but I really liked all those scenes.
And it gave us the best eyeroll ever. LOL
It only takes a few moments to learn why Catherine is there. Steve’s mother is in trouble. Well, I guess Catherine kept her promise from 3.01 to take care of his mom like she was her own. That of course, opens a completely new can of worms. Did she know all the time where Doris was and kept that from Steve? Do we really wanna know that? Well, we will talk about it in a bit.
I laughed out loud when the credits started to roll. I had totally forgotten that this was all still the teaser. 8:33 minutes. I think that was the longest teaser of the show.
So, Steve learns that his mother again has used him to her advantage. Guess he is used to it by now, and even only reluctantly agrees to help her.
But Catherine is right, she is still his mother. And I don’t think the betrayal defines her, but the years that she actually was his mother. Steve is a wonderful human being. You develop your character and what kind of person you will be, in your early life. In the first 15 to 16 years. And Doris McGarrett must have done something right, because she raised a great person.
Sure, her ‘death’ also formed him, and all the heartache he had to go through during his life, but despite all that, Steve is a decent, honorable human being with a big heart. And a lot of that was her doing.
I despise Doris for what she has done to Steve when he was older, all the lies she told him when she got back from her death. That was a worse betrayal than leaving them in the first place.
But I love her for raising such a wonderful man. And I LOVE seeing them together on screen. There is nothing quite like Steve and Doris. Or better Alex O and Christine Lathi. Wow. Put them together and sparks are flying.
I loved Christine Lathi as his mom from the second I saw her. They are SO good together. And she plays his mom to perfection.
Anyway, very powerful scenes on the Lanai. Although I wonder where Cath got her Intel from? I mean, she knew Doris was in trouble, but didn’t even know where she was? This whole story didn’t make a whole lot of sense.
Catherine kept it very classy. Lynn, not so much. I don’t believe for a second it was an accident to tell Cath about the proposal. What was she thinking? Why on earth would she think Cath knew about it? That made zero sense. Nope, I think that was on purpose. To mark her territory, like telling her “you blew it”. Which is total crap, since Cath never knew he would ask her. Steve wasn’t really that forthcoming with his declarations of love in the past. 😉
But we’re going to talk about that a little later. So, no I don’t believe it was a slip of the tongue. I am kinda glad though Cath learned about it. The how was not the best, but the result was important.
I had to laugh at the good-bye Steve and Lynn had. What was that? Not even a kiss? And she never asked him to come back, just to be OK. I think she knows it is over.
In my eyes, Lynn is history. And she knows it. The second Cath came in, she knew she doesn’t stand a chance against Catherine. And I think it became clear to her that they really are just a casual affair, when Steve never even took the time to put his bags down. He is not emotionally involved with Lynn.
She knew that on a certain level, but I think this meeting made it crystal clear that there never will be more for the two of them.
Now we come to some of my favorite scenes from this episode. And no, I’m not talking about little Stevie learning to ride a bike. By the way, wasn’t that boy a bit old to just be learning to ride his bicycle? Those flashbacks were cute scenes, and a really good job by Emma Schlamme, Christine Lathi’s daughter. How cool was it that they could make this happen? I loved it.
And it showed me that Steve had a good childhood with a loving mother. Although didn’t she say in 3.01 that her job even back then had been a cover? Her teaching job was just a cover, what had she really been doing? Obviously not traveling around. So, was she at the CIA in Honolulu? Doing what exactly? Pushing papers? Doesn’t seem the type for that.
But I guess that again is something we shouldn’t be thinking about since the writers obviously don’t think too hard about such details. Why should we? 😉
My favorite scene here was Steve and Cath in the airplane, finally talking. I loved the introvert Steve, and how Cath touched him to see if he was OK. That was a very sweet scene.
But what I loved most was their actual talk. So, Catherine was recruited by the CIA when she was in Afghanistan. I guess we all thought so. Maybe she was even forced to join. Remember that Steve had been threatened by the CIA back then.
Maybe they approached Cath and threatened to go after Steve if she didn’t join them. But that is really only speculation.
What really angers me is that she didn’t tell Steve about it. When she came back in 5.25 she should have told him that she was working for the CIA and that there would be the possibility she would be called back to do another OP.
I do believe she had every intention of staying. But she should have told him about her job. Not doing so was a huge betrayal. I don’t know what they talked about back then, but she for sure did not mention that she was working as a spy. She surely kept her cover story of teaching in Afghanistan. By the way, the same cover Doris used. Being a teacher and that.
By not telling him, she did not only openly lie to him, but also by omission. I don’t blame her for not telling him about the mission she was going on when she left. But I do blame her for not telling that she was going on a mission.
One could argue that Steve should have asked her sooner. But he did it in his own time. And maybe subconsciously he knew that something was not right. I think they both are at fault here. But I do blame Catherine a lot more than I can blame Steve.
She did something pretty horrible; she lied about a huge part of her life. She pretended to be someone she was not. When she came back and didn’t tell Steve, she doomed their relationship.
I do believe that their relationship until that point had been one based on truth and trust. Catherine blew that. Big time. Back in season three she had kept something from Steve, but that hadn’t been a big deal because she didn’t do it to gain anything from it. She did it as a favor for Doris. That was something Steve could forgive.
But this is something so fundamentally, that is not something he can easily forget or forgive. She obviously didn’t feel like she could trust him with it. I’m sure Steve had often been in a situation where he couldn’t tell her where he was going or what he was doing, but she knew his occupation, knew that he was on a classified OP. Catherine should have given him the same.
She didn’t. She decided to lie to him. To make up a cover about what she had been doing all that time in Afghanistan, and she made up another cover for why she had to leave. She made him believe she left him because that relationship wasn’t enough for her. I’m sorry, but he deserved better. He deserved to know that she left for a classified mission.
He knows all about classified. But she didn’t give him that. She outright lied to him.
I do believe that Cath loves Steve with all her heart, and that Steve loves Catherine. But this stands in their way, and will be for a very long time. More about that when we reach the end of the episode. Whenever that will be, the way this review is going it might take a while. 🙂
What I also loved is that she knows he saved her ass while she was in Kiev. I hope she feels bad about the way he found out what she was doing. That’s mean, right? But I am mad at her. For the moment. 😉
Now we switch back to Grover and his son. Still not liking how he tries to get his son to snoop for Dannoying. That is not right. By the way, the kid does a great job!
Well, to be honest, if Steve doesn’t want the team to know something, he should not have called Dannoying. Steve should know by now that the idiot can’t keep his mouth shut.
Although, since he was in Jersey why the heck did Steve send him a text anyway? To keep him informed? Yeah, sure. As if. He should actually have talked to Chin and Lou about it. He would expect them to come to him with something like that, he should give them the same curtesy.
Did you notice that this scene was going backwards?
So, they just knew that guy could give them all the needed information? How did they know that? And he just gave up all that information because they asked so nicely?
Obviously, they gathered quite a lot of Intel, either from that guy, or from other sources as well. That again brings me to the question how Catherine got her Intel about Doris in the first place. And why weren’t there any other operatives helping her? They flew to Morocco on a military transport. How did that happen? Who is backing up this operation but doesn’t want to be seen?
Yeah, Catherine, join the club. Because I also don’t understand this. Why would Doris go after Yao Fat, the guy she was supposed to kill some 40 years ago? By the way, we didn’t get ANY answers about any of that. In case you were still interested or even knew what kind of answers we are waiting for.
Frankly, I have long forgotten. Doris was supposed to kill Yao, killed his wife instead, took in little Wo, then had to give him up. We already knew that. We didn’t get any new information.
Anyway, we get another glimpse at young Doris. I thought that scene was rather stupid. I mean come on, Doris had no problem killing people, but was heartbroken and drowned in guilt over this one OP that went wrong? Yeah sure. And was a crying mess when little Stevie got home from school? Again overwhelmed by guilt? Well, she took a darn long time to sooth her conscience by freeing Yao Fat. This whole story doesn’t make any sense. But as PL said, it is far from over. As if I would care.
But don’t get me wrong, I don’t give a ff about the storyline, but I would love to see Doris again and again. 🙂
Look at how they changed the living room and the rest of the house. Nice touch.
Twenty minutes into the show and the team is back together. Yeah, Chin, you should have knocked. He’s lucky that he wasn’t killed on the spot.
Now I had a good laugh. Seriously, they expect that guy just to sit there and wait for someone to free him? He was just tied to a chair, looked very easy to get out of that. And by the way, how long was he already sitting there?
And here we’re talking about time-line again. The team arrived in Morocco, which by the way is a miracle in itself. Do the writers even know where Morocco is, and how long it takes to get there?
How did they even get a flight? Guess they flew commercial, which takes anything between 30 and 60 hours to get from Honolulu to Rabat, with 1 to 3 stops on the way. If you can even get the flights on such short notice. And not even to talk about the cost for such tickets. Or did they also fly with the military? Highly doubtful.
Anyway, I thought this was done without given it any thought.
But a cool scene with Steve saying he was already in hell. Cute, Catherine’s almost eye-roll at that.
Cute scene with Chin and Kono. Getting ready and talking about the outcome with Sarah.
It was really convenient that the power source wasn’t guarded at all. 😉
Here is something that I was wondering about a little later during the episode, but I then researched it, and in this scene it is pretty clear. They are using tactical earpieces for two way communication. That means they all hear what the other is saying. That is also why they address by name who they want to do something. So, when Steve says “Kono, you…” that is also heard by Chin, Cath and Lou.
That is important, because they all will later hear Doris and Steve’s conversation through Steve’s tactical earpiece. Watching it a second and third time with this knowledge gives the scenes an even more powerful meaning. At least I think so.
Our boys and girls were not firing even one shot. Have you noticed that? Would have been kinda weird if they did. I mean these guys are CIA people, right? Or were they all rogue agents? I don’t think so; I believe they were doing official business, one that nobody was supposed to know about.
That makes you wonder how and why Steve had been brought there the last time he had been to the place.
Anyway, great scenes taking the site by storm, but without anyone even noticing.
And now on to get Doris. Great to have Chin and Cath as his eyes, and Lou and Kono as the back-up from the outside.
Oh, and by the way, I loved to see all those faces from BTS pics. There were a few familiar faces posing as guards. 🙂
Oh dear, mom is beating up her son. LOL Well, Steve held back since he knew who he was fighting. I think. 😉
Great scenes. Very well done. Loved the surprise on Doris’ face.
Yeah, Steve, I would also start to regret coming. Poor boy hit his head. That was so well acted. Also loved how they said to get outta there together. These two are so amazing together. Christine Lathi and Alex O have such chemistry together, but I guess I already said that. Well, it’s true and can’t be said often enough.
Absolutely loved the following scenes. Although what Doris was saying about why she didn’t tell him about Wo Fat… I didn’t buy it. She lied to him for years, even after she knew that Wo Fat had tortured her own son for information. And I truly don’t understand, and can’t see why she thinks Steve should understand after all he went through. Although he kinda does understand why she did what she did. Oh well.
Very powerful performance by the both of them, but what else is new. I have truly missed Doris, or better Christine Lathi’s performance as Doris. Amazing.
But I truly enjoyed the flashback and Steve’s “it was the last time, for a very long time”.
And how Steve told Doris that she had been an idiot to try freeing Yao on her own. 🙂
Great editing job to give us the flashback here. This whole rescue operation felt very smooth. Great job all around.
Steve, what did you expect? Of course she won’t leave Yao behind. She came for him, she won’t leave without him. So, now they start the second rescue mission.
We all knew we would see Yao again when we were introduced to him back in 6.24, but who would have thought it would be Steve who comes to his rescue.
Why would the CIA, or any organization for that matter, keep this man hidden for 20 years? Just imagine the effort and money that went into keeping this man prisoner. Why doing that? What are his secrets? And if he really was that dangerous why not just kill him? It’s not like that wouldn’t be an option.
It doesn’t take long for the second rescue attempt to go sideways. And a short time later Doris, Yao and Steve are captured.
OK, this sent a shiver down my spine. I could only think “No, no, no way. Not again.” Very powerful image, and I think most had the same thought.
Of course, Steve played it very cool. Great scenes, and I loved Steve’s line of needing help two minutes ago.
I wonder about Doris’ look though. Did she know about what Wo Fat did to her son the second time he had been captured? From her look I think she doesn’t really. Maybe she couldn’t get her hands on the report. I mean there was a detailed report, wasn’t there? After all, the head of the Governor’s Task Force had been kidnapped and had almost been killed. But maybe Doris doesn’t really know any details.
After this we get the usual escape, small explosion, bit of running around.
And finally we’re at what we have all been waiting for. The talk, closure, or whatever. 😉
First of all, let me say, that I loved these scenes. I will say it again, Christine Lathi and Alex O are just phenomenal together. I so hope we will see her again very soon. Yeah, if you want move in down the road from Steve.
OK, but now about the actual scene. I believe Doris when she says she thought she did the right thing. But thinking doing that and actually doing it are two different things. But I doubt she realizes that.
And Steve really is such a sweet and adorable man. Giving his mom that peace with saying she was a good mom, that was an incredible sweet thing to do. Only a person at peace with the situation and himself can do such a thing.
I do see some sort of closure with these two, at least that Steve has made his peace with her. But I’m not sure if Doris has ever told him the truth about anything that concerns Wo Fat. But I also think Steve is OK with that too. I guess he has accepted the situation as what it is. His mom will come and go as she pleases, and as it is convenient for her.
He has to live with that, and I’m sure now he can and will let it rest.
And now we have another good bye, one I was really looking forward to. Not the good bye, but the talk. Listening to them finally really talking. And with the knowledge that Catherine knows that he wanted to spend the rest of his life with her, well that makes it a whole different ball game.
And I loved that they practically did the whole proposal thing. Just their way, you know. I think it was important that they both know what could have been.
I think they both are sad that things are as they are. At this moment in time, and at their place in life, they can’t be together. But that doesn’t mean they can’t be at a later date.
They love each other, they care deeply for each other. They both need time to finally get a new perspective of their relationship. And yes, I think they still have one. They are at the very least friends for life. That will never change.
They both needed this. Cath finally needed to tell Steve the truth, and Steve needed to learn that she didn’t leave him.
People do change, but before that doesn’t happen, before they are both in the right set of mind, at the same time they can’t be together and be happy. But when they finally find their way back to each other, and I have no doubt they will, they will be the perfect pair.
They are meant for each other; just not right now.
But one thing I do know, Lynn is done. Just look at his face when Cath mentions her.
I don’t think either of them thinks about getting back together at this moment, and I do think Steve (and therefor Alex’s interpretation of his thoughts) believes they are done. But seeing the big picture, I don’t think they are at all. This is a new, better chapter coming at a later time.
Does this look like a man being over the most important person in his life? I don’t think so.
We’re still not done with the episode. The team needs to get home and give us a few more emotional scenes.
First we go to Chin’s place to find it deserted. Very nice idea with the drawing of what they have done together. Very well done, and a beautiful song to go with it.
Just as good were the scenes at Steve’s house. Him finding the box and starting to read. I hope he will find some answers in those diaries.
This was, I think, the longest episode with 43:56 minutes, so, it is only fitting that the review is also pretty long. 😉
What’s left is my verdict, but I’m sure that is very clear already. I think that was an awesome episode. It had lots of humor, it had a bit of action, but most important of all it had Doris and Catherine in it.
I have truly missed them both. Sure, Catherine a bit more than Doris, but I was equally happy to see them.
I loved all the interaction between Steve and his mom, and I’m glad they had the opportunity to talk. I’m happy with what we got in this episode. I couldn’t care less about Yao Fat, and the connection to Doris, but I’m glad Steve and mom talked at least a little about Wo Fat. And that she took the chance to apologize to her son.
The other thing I am really happy with is the Catherine story. I felt it was really important for this to happen. Now, both can move on. Towards each other, or away from each other. Both is possible. They are free now. And if fate is on their side, they will find their way back to each other.
There is no door closed on that. That door is finally really open. Now they can get that way. Before, with all the lies, and the hesitation and not talking, they were doomed. They were always destined to be together, and I feel now the way is free for that actually to happen.
Neither of them is at the point where it could work, but now they have the chance to actually get there.
Do I think all this ‘drama’ was necessary? Hell no. I think they were the best couple on TV. Ever. But after 4.21 they were no more. And they still need time to get back on track. But I am sure it will happen. Eventually. Mark my words.
And in the meantime, I will enjoy whatever adventures Steve will have to master, whatever girl he will entertain. Because I know his woman will be back. 🙂
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And please remember, I don’t write reviews with the claim to be objective. This is how I perceived this episode. If you disagree… that is just fine. I don’t claim in any way that my opinion is the right and only one. This is supposed to be fun, so, don’t take any of this too seriously. Always remember, this is just a TV show.