I was thinking the same thing. Initially I said to myself "She has her own family to take care of. Mark can give part of his share to Bopper." But then I started to think "Mallory is only racing because of Bopper's injury. She should donate some of her winnings to Bopper if she wins."
Great episode tonight, as all of the previous ones have been.
Only two more shows to go... as I watch I keep thinking about possible future pairings. I would love to see Hanks in a role like this. Or Pacino.
Tyson for me is the obvious pick to win unless Laura can somehow make the final three. Hayden will in no way be able to make it to the finals with the way the numbers are (don't think he'll beat Laura at Redemption Island).
I really wish Monica had made a move at the last Council - if so, I...
If the group is smart they will vote out Tyson and then Gervais.
It's funny that nobody is really considering Hayden a big threat. He's a previous reality show winner, and physically strong - I thought he would be one of the first to go.
Catie is horrible in challenges, even quits in the middle of one (the food eating challenge), and then decides to vote out her mother. I gotta say, she's one of my least-liked players in this game. I do give her credit for finding out about the Idol, but other than that, she hasn't done anything...
The doctors sure are hypocrites. They say they u-turned the Afghanis because they lied to them and thought they should play an "honorable game" and then in highlights for next weeks episode, they are trying to cheat off of the same Afghanis in a competition.
Hope karma bites them in the tuckus.
I agree with this being the best season yet. I also think it might be the best show on network television.
I'm not sure what the ratings are, but I surely hope it isn't in jeopardy of a termination. I hope it gets ER longevity :-)
Man, oh man, I'm no critic but Saylor might be my least favorite actor/actress of any show that I watch. It's difficult to watch her on screen in ANY scene because she looks so completely out of place.
I actually get irritated watching her because nothing she says or does seem the least bit...
The problem I have with this series is that they are trying to make the kidnappers sympathetic, when they do really rotten things. They need to just make a clear and concise stand as to who they are instead of trying to give their characters that dimension where you feel for their plight.
Maybe I'm in the minority but I don't think Culpepper was a bully at all. He definitely took a leadership role and often times that is misconstrued as bullying.
I hope he knocks out one of the married members on Redemption Island. Candice's personal attacks were difficult to watch and you would...
If anybody thinks this wasn't a fitting ending to the greatest drama of all time, they are bonkers.
If you go back through all the past seasons Walter always kinda skirted the truth from Skylar, but now, in the finale, FINALLY, he just is completely honest and I don't think that was accidental...
Well, I don't think it was a conspiracy as much as the majority of actors and actresses and voters in the community share Liberal views... and seeing that Sorkin is one of the biggest proponent of these views, I wouldn't be surprised if that lied in the back of peoples minds.
As to why Fonda...
Daniels character had less depth than basically any of the other male leads that were up for nomination.
Aaron Sorkin's over the top "liberal point of view" was probably a reason he got the votes that he did.
I think my favorite part about this season was seeing that the final three all lost their job for comments they made during their stay in the house. Not very smart people at all, especially Spencer making jokes about child pornography.
It's disgusting that two of them won money.