Pursuit of Loneliness
OK, these'll be just random thoughts in the order I wrote 'em down:
1. LUV the hair. Especially in the beginning... And the bangs didn't
turn out to be so bad after all:)
2. LOL @ Ally with the cappucino-dumping thing... Gives me a few
new tactics to try sometime:)
3. Did Nelle seem too thin to anyone in the beginning (first Unisex
scene)? Maybe it was just her top, but she seemed much thinner
than in the previous eps. This, however, didn't seem to last long, as in
the end she was fine.
4. OK, what's with Kelley??? Either he's not finishing storylines or
he's using the same ones over and over again... This brings me to my
point - having the firm go against itself, or formerly itself (ie Georgia),
is getting, well... OLD. Boston is a HUGE city filled with
THOUSANDS of lawyers, and it just doesn't seem like a realistic
possibility for [former] coworkers to go against one another numerous
times... Now, taking this into consideration, I would like to say that
this would make sense when it would be tied in plot-wise (such as in
"Civil Wars" where Fish & Georgia went against Ally & Cage; there
was a point to that - basically to have Ally go against Georgia & show
rivalry), but in this case Georgia's presence didn't matter much. It
wasn't at all important to the plot whether it would've been her or some
other lawyer. I guess Kelley just doesn't want Georgia to get thrown
out of the plot so easily, so he's holding on using whichever methods
5. Did I ever mention I HATE Billy? That one speaks for itself, no
6. Speaking of Billy, here's a hint for you medear: when you get
divorced, you take your ring OFF.
7. It would've been interesting to have Georgia walk in on him & Sandy
8. And over to Sandy - first of all, she's stupid. She constantly goes
from being all goody-two-shoes "Oh, Billy, we can't" to being a total
slut. Second of all, did anyone notice that Billy & Georgia's main
problems (well, there was Ally, but that's a different story) began with
Sandy??? Ugh, hate her...
9. Here's what I have to say concerning the Nelle/John argument -
both have good points. John was accusing Nelle of something he did
himself, only "packaged" differently. I guess John still has
"complexes" or whatever... This argument is really great though,
because it shows people that which they like to conceal. Most ladies
(myself included) would probably, deep inside, agree with Nelle,
though most wouldn't show it. Raise your hands - how many of you
would date a janitor? If some of you did (which is great, don't get me
wrong), keep your hand up if you'd date an ugly janitor... Don't see
many hands. Same with guys - tell me you'd date a fat girl. I guess it
comes down to what sexes see in each other - most guys go for the
looks while girls are interested in popularity, so to speak. And looks
DO matter - what part of a person captures your attention and keeps
it long enough to make you want to get to know him/her better?
Looks. No matter how great the guy/girl is inside, if he/she's ugly -
buh-bye. It's a fact of life:)
10. And EXCUSE ME, but when Richard was telling John about how
the only thing girls go for in non-handsome, strange, small guys is
money, I HAD to disagree... John? Non-handsome? He's CUTE:) OK,
so maybe he's not David (Duchovny; sorry for the weird analogy), but
he's adorable still...
11. I was expecting the guy (Hammond) to be either bi, gay, mental or
a transvestite... What is it with Ally, btw? Is she like a magnet for
12. OK, another little point of view... embrace thyself...
When people ask "Who is Ally personally?", the scene I'd let them
watch would be the one where she & Hammond talk in her office...
Ally is that part of us that we're afraid to let out, thinking we'll be
counted for fools, or mental cases, or biggots, or all three, or anything
else of the like. She's very truthful, and she's not afraid to let the real
her show, no matter what the circumstances. I'm sure that most of
you (or all of you) probably thought or said "Ally! How could you be so
prejudicial (is that a word?)?", but deep inside you felt the same
way... If you were in same situation, I doubt you'd agree to a date.
Which is what I like about Ally - she is always herself and not what
people want her to be. Same goes for Calista - she's herself and
doesn't care what people around say. Now THAT's a quality worth
13. And finally... next week looks SOOOO good! LOL @ Richard in
OK, those were my 2 (well, maybe 3) cents...
If you went through the trouble to read that, I applaud you. If you
didn't, I still applaud you - you survived through scrolling down to get
to this part:)