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BBCA Discussion Thread: Episode 6X02 "Immune"
This is your belated (Live Journal maintenance + me watching Revenge = belated) discussion post for this "Immune". I have not actually watched the episode yet (Special showing of Raising Hope and I cannot resist those babies! I bet you're learning way more about my TV viewing habits tonight than you care too, right? ;) but I hope to shortly. In the meantime, feel free to start discussing. I'll come back with my thoughts tomorrow.

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From: (Anonymous) Date: October 6th, 2011 03:29 pm (UTC) (Link Me)
I started watching. I just coudn't get too far into it. It's just too soon for me I guess. I will watch eventually, but I'm still in Matt-mourning.

In the first few scenes there was no mention of Matt. I would have liked a little slip up from Ronnie. Maybe referring to Sam as Matt, ala Lee's reference of Racetrack as Starbuck. (of course I only made it a few minutes in) See I'm grasping for straws..proof I'm just not ready for Jamie-less L&O.

I will eventually see this whole season I still love Ronnie.
charlsie_esq From: charlsie_esq Date: October 7th, 2011 11:11 am (UTC) (Link Me)
Disclaimer first: I watched to see if they handled Matt's departure in a manner similar to how CSI managed the departure of Warrick (i.e., with a visual nod to the grieving fans). Result: Disappointed.

The initial crime scene was very well done. The legal tennis match in this episode was interesting to me. The performances? I found them to be hollow. The jump into the partnership on team law seems, well, forced. Sam Casey 's character has yet to be developed, so we can reserve judgement, but there was nothing between Paul and Bradley that seemed to anchor the partnership. It was really like watching two people who didn't know each other very well working together. Then again, considering the trauma that Ronnie has just been through, he may well be loathe to open himself to another partner and playing it that way added a bit of truth.

The less I say about Dominic, the better. Hurrah for Freema/Alesha in a wig! And it was nice to see a little grit from Peter's Henry.

I admit, this criticism may be unfair but, I think that Ben, Jamie and Bill, if given this script would have knocked it out of the park. Notwithstanding the history between Matt and James, both actors have what I can only describe as an understanding of their faces that they used to communicate without dialogue, and that was missing for me in terms of how intense the last scenes could have been.

In all honesty, when I watched the Mothership, I never liked Ray Curtis and always preferred Ben Stone, and I hated Abbey Carmichael, so being hard on the replacements may be my thing. Seeing Sam at Matt's desk, I just wanted to scream, "get out of there!" However, I loved Ed Green, Michael Cutter and all of the other ADA's so I get over it. I'll watch next week.
From: (Anonymous) Date: October 11th, 2011 04:42 pm (UTC) (Link Me)

now available online

I'm not sure if it's allowed/a good idea to post actual links here. But I did a another google search and episodes 6x01 and 6x02 are now available online! Yay XD

You just have to search with the following formula: "law and order uk" s06e02

It would be great, if you could make a new post for this so that evebody who hasn't noticed this themselves yet can find out about it. And again Yay!
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