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Week 14! Thanks everyone for their contribution!
Not a lot going on this time, so my choice this week is:
Show: PERSON OF INTEREST
Date: March 7, 2013
Actors: Michael Emerson, Luke Macfarlane, Taraji P. Henson, Sterling K. Brown
The Scene: Finch confrontation with Fake Agent Fahey
I don’t what is it about the show that makes even its filler episode a really great one. Kudos to the brilliant creators for making the series so extraordinary! As for my favorite part of this episode, it’s definitely the showdown between Finch and the fake Agent Fahey, the serial killer.
The dialogue is very well written, with Finch pointing out the differences between the two of them constantly changing their identities. Saving lives vs. destroying them. Not to mention the bit about “Agent Fahey” being amateur at this all. And the mystery behind the glasses. Wow, Finch! I really like this slow character development, learning about our heroes personalities and history with time and like here, seeing the whole new side of them. The acting, as always, is one of the best parts about the scene. Opposite the always amazing Michael Emerson we got Luke MacFarlane with his very good and quite scary performance as a sociopathic killer.
Also, it’s a nice change to see Det. Carter coming Finch to the rescue instead of Reese (though I was hoping he’d show up a bit later) and surprisingly mysterious Det. Beecher. I am interested to see how he fits into the story… Anyway, can’t wait to see what the creators got for us next week.
NOTE: The scene was also picked by Darth Locke and Jimmy Ryan as Scene Of The Week!
“Luke MacFarlane did an excellent job playing this strange intellectual sociopath and this episode was exceptionally creative and an outside the box psychological thriller!” Darth Locke
“I really enjoyed the scene with Finch facing off against Declan (Fahey) at gunpoint, with Finch standing proudly on the fact that he saves lives while Declan (Fahey) takes them. Finch also says Declan (Fahey) "is an amateur at this" when talking about assuming people's identities” Jimmy Ryan
Go On, “Double Down”, March 5, 2013 - Ryan and Anne send their rings away
Community, "Cooperative Escapism in Familial Relations”, March 7, 2013 - Jeff's speech to his father
And here’s more of SpoilerTV Team members’ favorite scenes:
FROM SHARON SEYMOUR
The Americans, “Trust Me”, March 6, 2013, Actors: Keri Russell, Matthew Rhys
The Scene: Elizabeth and Philip are "interrogated"
Banshee, “Always the Cowboy”, March 8, 2013, Actor: Ivana Miličević
The Scene: Epic fight scene between Anastasia and the Russian Mob guy
NOTE: I spent all week catching up with this series. It's awesome!
FROM KLUTZY GIRL
Community, "Cooperative Escapism in Familial Relations”, March 7, 2013, Actor: Joel McHale
The Scene: Jeff's speech to his father about how he's broken and it's all his fault.
Go On, “Double Down”, March 5, 2013, Actors: Matthew Perry, Julie White
The Scene: Ryan and Anne send their rings away on balloons.
White Collar, “In the Wind”, March 5, 2013, Actors: Matt Bomer, Hilarie Burton
The Scene: Neal "proposes" to Sara.
FROM BRADLEY ADAMS
NCIS, “Prime Suspect”, March 5, 2013, Actor: Michael Weatherly
The Scene: The scene where Tony reads the expenses report on his desk where Vance and Dorneget were trying to play a joke on him was great.
NCIS: LA, “Wanted”, March 5, 2013, Actor: Eric Christian Olsen
The Scene: Deeks going to the spa. His reaction to everything in there was absolutely hilarious.
FROM DARTH LOCKE
Once Upon A Time, “The Queen is Dead”, March 3, 2013, Actors: Bailee Madison, Lesley Nicol, Rena Sofer
The Scene: The Queen (Snow White's Mother) teaches her daughter the value in treating all people fairly, as Snow White scolds Johanna for wearing Snow's upcoming Tiara.
Enlightened, “Agent Of Change”, March 3, 2013, Actors: Laura Dern, Luke Wilson
The Scene: Levi tells Amy, 'Having Hope for the World is a Beautiful thing.'
FROM JAMIE COUDEVILLE
The Lying Game, “The Grave Truth”, March 5, 2013, Actor: Andy Buckley
The Scene: Ted finds out about the twins
I just loved this scene, I had been looking forward to this moment for a while, and their hug was so adorable. Definitly one of my favorite scenes of this show
FROM ROBIN SMYTH
Justified, “The Hatchet Tour”, March 5, 2013, Actors: Timothy Olyphant, Brent Sexton
The Scene: Raylan lying to Hunter about what his father's last words to him were because he corrected it to what they should have been opposed to "kiss my a--."
FROM JIMMY RYAN
The Following, “Let Me Go”, March 4, 2013, Actor: James Purefoy
The Scene: The scene where Carroll finally arrives at the house to meet his followers in the last 5 minutes of last Monday's episode was one of the most eerie, uneasy scenes I've ever seen. The darkness of the night coupled with the darkness of the man and his followers, the innocence of Joey in the presence of evil, and "If I Had A Heart" by Fever Ray as a backing track, came together in a pretty amazing way considering the subject of the scene itself.
NOTE: The scene was also picked by Sharon Seymour as Scene Of The Week!
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