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I love how ‘ride or die’ Rebecca is for Tommy. Like ‘yeah, I could walk away, but someone’s probably gonna have to save your sorry ass in the near future and it might as well be me. We doing this or what?’
Training Day is a really solid show, and I truly love it, but I don’t think it should carry on without Bill. I think they should film one more episode after his last one, where his coworkers have a funeral for him, and let that be that.
I especially don’t want them to get another actor to play Frank. Bill is irreplaceable. Just don’t.
The show is good enough to continue with a new lead detective, but I really don’t want them to. Can you imagine watching the first episode without Bill, knowing he’s not there because he’s dead? Um, no. I can’t handle it. I can barely watch the ones with him in it, knowing he’s gone.
It’s a great show, and it’s a damn shame, but I think it’s best to air the rest of the season and hopefully have an official (planned) last episode. Just my two cents.
witnessing the great “La Maison de la Crau” by Vincent Van Gogh today. Might’ve shed a couple of tears, not going to lie. It’s amazing being able to stand so close to a piece that was created about 130 years ago.
I will always love The Mentalist ❤
I already miss the show, it’s the first series I fell in love with. I loved Jane’s determination to catch RedJohn, I his tricks, I loved how bad he wants to protect people he loves ❤
The Last Ship star Travis Van Winkle has landed a guest-starring role on Scorpion, EW has learned exclusively.
Van Winkle will play Ensign Nathan Hall, who gets trapped with Walter (Elyes Gabel), Happy (Jadyn Wong) and Cabe (Robert Patrick) in a downed submarine and must figure out how to escape before they run out of air. Ensign Hall is smart, loyal and determined, with a true respect for Team Scorpion and the job they do.