codex You must have really low standards then. The show has a Robin that says things about Batman that Dick Grayson would never say in his entire life. They have a Starfire that doesn't look or act like any Starfire in the history of DC. Raven acts more like a scare little girl than any Raven ever shown in any comic or cartoon or animated movie. The show is mediocre at best.
rabbitsocks the teen titans didnt feature cyborg until the 1980s aka 16 years after the original run of the comics just because the teen titans cartoon had him doesn't mean he has to be in the teen titans. Also he will be in the Doom Patrol spinoff but prob even then not really much given contractual issues between the channel and warner bros aka the makers of the dc movies there was a huge stink about flash and deathstroke already not sure how much further tv wants to push dc. it should just be like marvel as much as i prefer dc to marvel they have there shit together much better
This comment is for the uploader matrilinear, thank you so very, very much for including the scene for the upcoming episode! Very, Very few uploaders include the scenes from the next episode, they stop right after the credits end. I think I'm not the only one who likes to see the scenes from upcoming episodes. I hope matrilinear continues with this trend!
Schrunsekris, ooops my bad, I will be more careful from now on. My dad was 24 years older than my mother so I have no problem with that. But there isn't chemistry between the 2 characters and it's not a believable relationship with out good chemistry. Acting is great though.
I live for AHS. Doesn't matter the season; I love them all! Some seasons are better than others, true, but I'm down for the rollercoaster that is any and all AHS's. Is this the last season that will be made? It seems like it bc they are tying all the previous seasons together in a neat little bow, plus the reappearance of Jessica Lange after so long... I really hope this isn't it! Please be like the Simpsons and get 30 zillion seasons! lol! : )
Liked the first episode, will keep on watching. @PonderThis first you should click spoiler when you talk about the realtionship, because it wasn´t obvious in the beginning.... and second... Nathan is 47 and Melissa is 30 in RL .... I know couples in real life who are that far apart in age... and Nathan is a pretty good looking guy for nearly 50.... ;)
Yeah I remember him from Law and Order, but his role in this is pointless. They could write him out entirely and we wouldn't miss him. Same for the girly with the computers. All she seems to do is explain stuff for the stupid people in stupid people simple language. Really annoying. And as for the profiler boss - kind of weird too - profiling is a specific job, profilers aren't head of a unti. I like the show but there are a bunch of roles that are weird.
haha yeah i noticed my mistake after i posted, and yes i would agree with you when you say roxburghs character is getting better with each episode..it could just be the character itself is making the acting a bit difficult, but there is some depth to her character that needs exploring moving forward...i hope we get it
yumyummy20, I wasn't referring to his sister, I was referring to Ben's wife. They don't have the chemistry and I agree that there is more chemistry between him and the doctor. Melissa Roxburgh's (the sister to Ben) acting is still a little rough, but her acting has gotten better since the first episode. Her character seems to carry a lot of anger and that is distracting from her character.
@ponderthis...i was kinda thinking the same thing..i dont find her believable as a cop at all. dnt get me wrong its a decent show to this point..but for me its in that grey area between sci fi and a family drama...i think there is far more chemistry between the dr charcater and the ben character. thats just my view however
I like the concept of this drama. Am I the only one who feels there is no "on screen" Chemistry between Ben and Grace Stone? They just don't seem believable and the casting person dropped the ball on who protray's Grace. She is a fine actress but all wrong for the part. Because a lack of chemistry between the two, I'm giving it a lower rating.
It was better than I thought it would be. I stopped watching "Castle" after the 3rd season because it was getting predictable which many American crime drama's are. Now Great Britain knows how to make crime dramas and unlike American crime drama's, I can't figure out who the real killer is in the first 5 minutes! The Rookie is a different concept and it will be interesting to see it develop. But he's to old for old for Lucy Chen (Melissa O'Neil) and there really isn't any chemistry between them. He's old enough to be her dad for goodness sake's.
Jubal (the guy who talks loud) is played by Jeremy Sisto. Jeremy was in the drama "Law & Order" and played a detective. It appears there are lot of people in the room with him and I guess he talks loud so everyone can hear him. I am rather surprised that he has taken on a "smaller role" in this drama so maybe at some point his character will develop over time.
I don't know why AHM IS BEING ADVERTISED BY THE SITE WRONGLY. Its season seven, there is no 8, and if you go to season 8 bottom feeders will just /have planted the old AHS Coven.Work it out people. We are on season 7, 8 hasn't begun shooting yet!!! Radi
As a very big fan of the original I wanted to see how this was. I am so disappointed and doesn't do any justice to the original. This should have been a carry on with the original Charmed kids grown up and carrying on the Halliwell name. For me its like Buffy come Charmed with the white-lighter being more like a watcher. I found the acting to be average and wasn't much chemistry. CW please do everyone a favor and let it go.
Year : 2013
Episode Runtime: 60
First Aired: January 7, 2013
Status : Continuing
Black Ink Crew Season 7 Episode 5 (s07e05)
Enter the world of the "Black Ink Crew" and meet the girls and guys that run this black-owned and operated tattoo shop on 113th and Lennox, right in the heart of NYC's Harlem. The employees are a tight, but totally dysfunctional "family." For many of them, this shop is the key to turning their lives around, and for some of them, it's their first legitimate job off the streets. Black Ink is more than just a tattoo shop to the people who work there. The shop is also a magnet for hip-hop stars and athletes, but the real flavor comes from the quite colorful characters that walk into the shop on a daily basis. Inside the doors of Black Ink, you never know what you are going to get. From the sexy new girl on the block, Dutchess, to the party animal of the group, Puma, the characters are crazy, sexy and, most of all, loveable. This hour-long docu-series follows the lives of Ceasar, Dutchess, Alex, Sassy, Puma, and O' Sh!t, as they work, live, party, and hang out in Harlem. "Black Ink Crew" explores the friendships, crushes, rivalries and craziness that comes when a group of friends become family. "Black Ink Crew" premieres Monday, January 7th at 9 PM ET/PT on VH1. "Black Ink Crew" is executive produced by Dan Cesareo, Doug DePriest and Ken Martinez for Big Fish Entertainment. Executive producers for VH1 are Shelly Tatro, Kari Mcfarland, Rick Hankey and Jeff Olde.
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