AMC & Movieline’s Hollywood Life Magazine’s Young Hollywood Awards
4th May 2003
If this guys was my neighborhood hobo, I’d bring him breakfast, lunch and dinner EVERYDAY.
I’d invite him to live me, tbh
Lisbian (n) : A woman who feels strong attraction to the undeniably gorgeous Teresa Lisbon, despite her former sexuality.
Obviously we have no clue how much time has passed between ep.16 when they met and ep.22 when we get to the proposal. In ep17 we had at least 3/4 days of time passing I’m thinking, so each ep could be 1 week or more. We have no way of knowing. Between each episode could time jump a month for all…
Well, if Bruno stays true to the title choice, there shouldn’t be much of a case. The only other time they used “Blue” was MBH in which it was mostly about their lives, and a bit of “case” with the drug guys. So it could very well be, although personally I think there’ll be more of a case than in MBH. But it would makes sense with the title.
i-can-be-a-duck replied to your post: “i-can-be-a-duck replied to your post: “Pike can sing this to…”:DON’T GET ON THE BOAT LISBON!!!
DON’T LISBON STAY WITH BOOTH WHAT WHAT i mean JANE! stay with JANE!! damn it
My dislike for Pike is growing, though, because honestly, he seems nice and all, but he seems to be pushing himself on Lisbon and it’s like…No…get the hell off her…give her room to frickin’ BREATHE.
Well, I’m more interested in why he feels the need to propose, know what I mean? We know he asks her to move to DC with him, that’s already a big step, but he could let her come with him and once they lived together and etc. ask her. (I mean some People do marry quite quickly after meeting each other and even make it work) However he now all of a sudden will ask her to marry him, so I think, why does he think that he needs to do that now, when they haven’t even lived together? Could it be that he recognizes Lisbon’s hesitating about the other proposal, namely DC, and gets the jitters that she might dump him and so he goes, “In for a penny, in for a pound” ? Like giving her another “reason” to choose him, which she might not have done by that time.
Pike literally will give her anything, all at once, telling her straight out what he thinks of her, the date, asking her to move with him and at the end the proposal, and all that in record time, while Jane has done nothing of that, but in the end she still will choose Jane, because she loves him and at the very end that’s what counts.
Obviously I still hope Jane’s gonna do something, but yeah. So this got longer than I planned, lol.
- If Lisbon accepts Pike’s proposal, there is literally no need for a 7th season, because she would be moving to DC. Jane can’t move with her, because the FBI won’t allow it, and Pike isn’t going to stay if offered a better job. And, no, Robin Tunney is not being written out of…
Yes, and just look at 6.17, Pike wasn’t even in it, if he becomes such an imoportant Person, why not? But what we got to see was Lisbon and Jane’s “reactions” to Pike. My only Problem with it is, that they really seem to dig out every old Soap cliché and put it in the last 6 episodes. And it sounds as if Jane really doesn’t tell her to stay in 6.20 when she tries to find out how he’s feeling. (Although it probably will happen when he still thinks that he could get trialed, therefore thinks it’s better to shut up)
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Question: Will The Mentalist‘s Jane and Lisbon ever talk about how they felt during the two years they were separated? —Elaine
Ausiello: “I mean, there might be a line [somewhere later this season], but it’s not a major topic of conversation,” EP Tom Szentgyorgyi answers. “That’s not to say it’s not something we wouldn’t return to next year, if we have one.”
Well, good to know…uhg…yeah