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    Re: Criminal Minds (CBS)

    Wow! What a great show tonight. The ending was so good, and I'm glad they didn't take the easy comfortable way out. Is it just me, or are some of these shows that haven't had new epis in a while really coming back with a bang?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Katydyd;2748001;
    Wow! What a great show tonight. The ending was so good, and I'm glad they didn't take the easy comfortable way out. Is it just me, or are some of these shows that haven't had new epis in a while really coming back with a bang?
    Agreed! I almost didn't watch it, but am really glad I did. Like you, I think that the whole thing had a zing that will keep me watching a bit more! Don't watch enough regular network shows to say.
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    Excellent episode, I agree. Guest stars Fredric Lane as Jack and Gina Mantegna as Lindsey were outstanding.
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    It was really good. At first it had a familiar vibe from the episode where the 3 girls are kidnapped and made to decide which girl dies and then are subsequently freed. However, last night's was far better. It didn't have the typical as happy an ending for this show one can have. It was a lot more heavy, but not in a way that made me feel bad after watching. 2 weeks till a new episode.

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    I almost didn't watch last night because I thought it may be a re-run instead of a new episode due to the amount of guide entries being wrong this week. I really enjoyed the episode but am wondering if they are going to have Reid break down again after not being able to stop Jack from his task.
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    I just watched AJ Cook ("JJ" Jereau) in a really creepy movie this morning called "Ripper". It was weird seeing her in that kind of role.
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    Okay, I just have to say this. Am I the only one who thinks Reid wouldn't be half bad if he just wasn't such a dork? He's a somewhat good looking guy he's just such a geek and that just kind of makes him a turn off. This show has totally made me want to learn Behavioral Sciences. Not to work for the FBI but I'm so facinated by the whole idea of it now.
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    Did not like the Agent-du-jour! What a classic example of an overdriven person. Was expecting something more from the entire episode. Because of the agent's attitude, I truly thought at one point she was the killer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by canadian_angel;2767515;
    Did not like the Agent-du-jour! What a classic example of an overdriven person. Was expecting something more from the entire episode. Because of the agent's attitude, I truly thought at one point she was the killer.
    Thank you. So did I. I'm glad I'm not the only one. Andrea Roth IMO is a great actress, though. I've seen her in a bunch of stuff. All in all a pretty good episode although, I thought the ending was a little too easy. Like the killer gave up way to easy and he had this look on his face as if to say he had one last trick up his sleeve so I was blocking my ears and half covering my eyes waiting for the "Agent-du-jour" to get blown to bits or something while they were arresting the killer.
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    Re: Criminal Minds (CBS)

    Quote Originally Posted by nilesgirl;2767325;
    Am I the only one who thinks Reid wouldn't be half bad if he just wasn't such a dork? He's a somewhat good looking guy he's just such a geek and that just kind of makes him a turn off.
    I think Reid's fine just the way he is. I much prefer him to "manly" men.
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