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Old 12-01-2012, 07:57 PM   #325
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Some Marvey is always good I loved the part when Mike started insulting Harvey's records and Harvey just threw him to Louis
Louis. Hated him at first because he reminded me of the horrible partners that I had to work for but he slowly became so likable and even lovable.


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I've heard a lot of stuff about POI, I watched the pilot and it just seemed like another typical CBS procedural to me, a la the mentalist, ncis, etc. etc. though I've been told that it isn't. Idk if I'll get back to it though, it's too similar to homeland for me at the moment + I never really cared for Michael Emerson because I never watched lost
I don't watch any of those shows. It's deeper than the typical crime show, which I don't watch because I'm not interested in watching crime-of-the-week type shows with minimal character development. POI has some serious depth and Michael Emerson is such an underrated actor. I hated him in Lost and totally love him here - he plays two polar opposite characters SO well.

Okay I'll stop gushing now.

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Right now I can't wait for The Americans to start on FX. Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys
Felicity is still acting? What's this show about? (yes I'm too lazy to google)
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