News

So I know there is a lot of news that floats around, a lot of interviews, pictures from behind the scenes set visits and what not. I though don’t typically post those because I myself try to avoid too many spoilers. The promos are okay and while I do sometimes look at some of the photos from set visits, most of the time I don’t make an active effort to find them. I like the surprise, not knowing. Also last year after having many episodes either ruined or expectations be sorely disappointed due to incorrect speculation I’ve decided I’m just not going to participate in it anymore.

This too also means I avoid most if not all articles written about the show. I’ve found that the show’s producers are great at putting out a little info and leaving everyone to speculate what it means. Which most of the time, we’re wrong about. So I just avoid it in general. So that’s why you don’t see articles (which lately there have been many) about the show on this blog. I could probably technically post them, and maybe I’ll do that in the future, as like a weekly article round up, but right now I’m probably going to keep to not doing it.

 

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Person of Interest 4.04 Brotherhood Thoughts

Don’t read if you haven’t seen the show. You’ve been warned.

So honestly, I wasn’t all that impressed with this episode. I’m actually getting a bit frustrated with John’s seemingly same emotions all the time. I know he’s a serious guy but he literally looks the same all the time. At the end of the episode he cracked a smile which was great. But it’s odd to me that someone who had developed a range of emotions in previous seasons has been relegated back to nothing. Plus it seems odd that he’d be so serious, that he’d not show any real emotion when pretending to be a police officer. And typically John has a soft spot for children which causes him to “rage” when they’re threatened and last night there was none of that. I hope as the show goes on that John develops more of a range of emotions other than serious all the time.

Finch needs a lesson in following people. I mean seriously if you get “caught” you pretend you’re not caught. You keep walking. You don’t stand there with surprise on your face.

Otherwise the “mole” was identified right away. I mean seriously if you couldn’t figure out the twist by the time she explained that there was a mole, then you just weren’t paying attention. I think it was silly that she was caught or that she stole the money. I think the story and this Brotherhood plot line would have been helped if she was loyal to them and John had to prove she was the mole. But eh, what do I know, I don’t write the show.

I did like the Shaw stuff last night. She’s just hilarious and a bit full of herself and I imagine when they reveal who Dominic is to the team she’ll get knocked down a peg or two. She thinks she’s so good at what she does, yet Dominic had her figured out right away.

I’m enjoying the involvement of Elias and Scarface in general in this season. I like that they’re being forced to work with people who wouldn’t be considered “good guys” because it shows that even some of the bad guys can be good, they just go about doing things differently. It seems to me that Elias is still hanging low but rebuilding his power and his “empire”. Although I’m of the belief that one will not survive the season, probably Scarface.

I’ll probably try to screen grab the episode later. I think doing so will show you how often John’s expressions are the same. I hope as the season moves on and he gets comfortable that he’ll begin showing a range of emotions. We saw some at the end, but it’s time for a little bit more than seriousness and annoyance.

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