Not really sure why but it's there. I have nothing about which to complain, and they could make the whole thing a dream in Tommy Westphal's head at this point if they want to. Greg Ellis Don O. In Echo BurningReacher narrates how he first turned "his fear into aggression".
Season 4 Review: This is the most entertaining the show has been in quite some time, but for reasons most would never have predicted. This season was better than last, though still uneven, but few seemed to notice or care. Ellen Gray Jul 11, What a great, great episode, and what a fabulous showcase for Sheen and Caplan.
Joanne Ostrow Sep 24, Season 3 Review: Despite creative speed bumps, Masters of Sex remains a slick vehicle, one that thoughtfully examines the relationship between sex and romance that Masters and Johnson sought to uncoil.
Gentle, shy, sweet, loving man, but a stone-cold killer. His name is short and commonplace, as opposed to quirky or unusual; Reacher's personal ethics and wandering lifestyle are reminiscent of the chivalrous knight errant of medieval lore as opposed to an anti-hero tormented by addiction and haunted by past misbehavior.
Roswell, New Mexico. Alex and Danny meet in episode one, but tragedy soon strikes, and Danny finds himself in the center of a conspiracy beyond belief. Billy Howle Tommy Lawrence Knight.
But when the sideways stories are grounded by actors like Michael Emerson last week, or Josh Holloway this week, and told with the kind of pathos and humor and, yes, confidence that "Lost" achieves at its best, then my patience lasts a little longer.
Aisha Hinds Samantha Mathis. Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman.