[BHOLE] WATCH THE WOLVERINE ONLINE FREE [DOWNLOAD 2013 PUTLOCKER] Other than exposition, macho glaring was the theme of Thicker Than Water, as Big Jim engaged in a staring contest with just about every other male in Chester’s Mill, from son Junior to farmer Ollie to ex-military man Barbie. The prize? Control of the town’s water. After Barbie completed his A-Team videogame mission (Blow up the well: Trophy Achieved), the water was no longer monopolised, but belonged to the people. At least that problem/resolution story took longer than a single episode to work out. As I said, credit where it’s due.
Things were distinctly Oedipal in the Rennie household, as relations between Big Jim and bovine Junior were further strained by the revelation that Ma Rennie had killed herself and Pa Rennie had lied about it. Unfortunately, the plotline saw the end of Leon Rippy as Ollie, the only actor of any charisma Dean Norris had to work with.
Which leaves us with the series’ ongoing mystery: who created the dome, and why? Like [BHOLE] WATCH THE WOLVERINE ONLINE FREE [DOWNLOAD 2013 PUTLOCKER] The Tommyknockers, something weird in the woods might provide the answer. The egg left us with the message that the monarch will be crowned… Hmm. The monarch… like the butterflies that arrived out of season a few episodes back… like the butterfly tattooed on Angie’s shoulder… add it all together and you get... what? Is Angie about to be turned into some kind of mega incubating Queen for whatever's inside that egg? Let’s hurry up and crown her so we can all get back to our Battlestar Galactica box-sets. Now that Chester's Mill is running out of coffee, their civilisation's days are numbered anyhow.
ames Spader looks to be having such a good time as a Moriarty-like master crim in NBC’s new action drama The Blacklist, it’s hard not to be won over by the sheer ebullience of it all.
[BHOLE] WATCH THE WOLVERINE ONLINE FREE [DOWNLOAD 2013 PUTLOCKER] Spader plays former US military man turned career criminal Raymond “Red” Reddington as part-Hannibal Lecter, part-Keyser Söze. Red’s a global mastermind bon viveur with a taste for glib remarks, expensive hotels, and getting under the skin of his FBI captors. With neither political nor national allegiances, he’s been selling his underworld genius to the highest bidder. Until now, that is.
Spader’s relish in his role is matched by the pace of the pilot (directed by The A-Team and The Grey’s Joe Carnahan, a man who knows a thing or two about action) which leaps from car-flipping explosion to armed pursuit to shoot-out without pause. When the action does relent, it’s to introduce the cosy home life of rookie FBI profiler Elizabeth Keen (Megan Boone), the only agent to whom Red will speak for reasons that elude the Bureau, though - unless we’re mistaken - seem bafflingly obvious to the audience.
Agent Keen’s Clarice Starling-lite character is the source of the episode’s woes. Fresh from Quantico (where presumably, she majored in exposition), Keen’s introduction is stewed in cliché and dialogue of a kind only spoken by characters establishing their arc in [BHOLE] WATCH THE WOLVERINE ONLINE FREE [DOWNLOAD 2013 PUTLOCKER] network pilots. “You know I’m not going to let this job come between us and our family” Keen tells her husband two minutes in, “Don’t forget it’s our last adoption meeting today” he replies. “Our family is the only thing that matters” she tells him, and so on.