No - I think that's allowed. After all torturing Ensign Ro is inexcusable.
That's how I felt. And setting aside the hideousness of the deed itself, it really was phenomenally short-sighted of him to screw up her hands--although in a way it really hammered home the needlessness of hurting her at all.
The Doctor: River Song, I could bloody kiss you! River: Oh well. Maybe when you're older.
The Doctor: Can I trust you, River Song? River: If you like. But where's the fun in that?
Great review Sara. I really, really enjoyed the opening paragraph. And hee, hee on Marvin the martian.
I agree with you that the title is multi-layered.
Just sitting back again and marveling at the goodness that is Ron Rifkin. So, so creepy and well done.
And bravo again on Victor Garner's performance. He is such a wonderful actor that now I want to see some of his theatrical performances.
Let me know if we're heading off to J.J.'s to um . . . reason with him about Spydaddy.
This has been a terrific season building from some mediocre opening episodes to this intense roller coaster ride that only made a slight detour thought the teeny weeny helipcopter of doom -hee, hee - so not scary area. Other than that, I applaud the writers. They brought back everything we wanted and did it magnificently.
Dean: Who are you? Castiel: I'm the one who gripped you tight and raised you from Perdition. Dean: Yeah, thanks for that.