There's really nothing I can say. Dwight Howard missed huge free throws. Omer Asik committed a stupid ass foul. Damian Lillard hit an outstanding shot.
Portland deserved to win the series.
And at the end of the day, all I can hope is that this ends McHale's tenure as head coach. Harden, Beverley, and Parsons were still talking about what they were supposed to do when Batum was handed the ball to throw it in. They weren't sure if they were supposed to switch or not.
So, the NBA has now acknowledged that two HORRENDOUS calls in this Portland-Houston series were wrong.
One of them was with 12 seconds left in OT in Game 1. It should have given Houston 2 free throws to possibly take the lead, but instead, Portland was given 2 free throws to extend their lead. Portland won.
The other was in the first quarter of Game 4. Dwight was given a ridiculous technical foul for absolutely no reason. Portland is given a free point, game goes into OT, Portland wins.
I can see why the players are bitching and moaning every single whistle now.
Sterling announced that his team is not for sale. Good for him.How does it make sense that your property should be seized and be fined because you said something that some one else disagrees with? This is disgusting and hopefully illegal.
The NBA is an Association. Sterling is ALLOWED to own that team, BY the NBA.
The NBA has the right to take that ownership away if he expresses views that they deem "detrimental" to their product.
I think it's more about Marty being an absentee father than her being molested or something like that. I think a lot of the theories surrounding that are just that dumb internet speculation that comes from focusing on what's going to happen instead of what's already happened.
Yeah, I agree. I think ultimately it was just about him being an absentee father.
I also see what you were saying about a "crime scene" instead of a rape scene. That makes a lot of sense too.
You were better at watching this show than I was lol
The show was all about watching Rust and Marty grow as people. And one of the flaws that Marty overcame was the fact that he didn't pay attention to his family. He acknowledged that fact during the interview with the detectives.
I think the fact that they didn't shed some light on Woody's daughter fits perfectly with Woody's character. I'm glad they didn't.
I read a website that explained my feelings about this show perfectly.
"Have you ever watched a one-hour episode of television that felt like four, and was still too short? Have you ever been overjoyed to realize you’ll know everything in three short weeks? And has that same fact, for a passing moment, almost broken your heart?"
That's exactly the way I feel about this show every Sunday.
That kind of reminds me of a similar situation I was in. This doesn't really have to do with a relationship or anything, but I'll tell it anyways.
I went floating a river with my girlfriend and her friends last summer. It was a 6-hour float in the heat of the sun, and I didn't put on sunscreen, or drink much water. All I had to drink was beer and liquor.
Well, we finish the float and I'm sunburned all to hell on my stomach and chest and arms. It's the worst sunburn I have ever had. On the way back to our hotel, we decide to stop and eat somewhere. Next thing you know, I feel like I am going to pass out, so I lay down at a table in the restaurant and start chugging water. I ended up having to go to the hospital with severe dehydration (due to the horrible sunburn I had and lack of water through the day).
I'm in the hospital for about 3 or 4 hours, getting IVs. The whole time I'm sitting there thinking "How the hell am I going to break this to my mom?"
My mom was the type of person that would constantly call me to make sure I'm ok. If I didn't call or text her after she texted me, she assumed I was laying in a ditch somewhere. Why? I don't really know. I'm not the type to go around doing stupid stuff to make her worry. She's just a natural worrier.
Well, when I get back to our hotel, I decide to just go ahead and get the call over with. So I call her, tell her the whole situation, let her know I went to the hospital but I'm fine, and she couldn't have been cooler about the whole thing. It was a major breath of fresh air.
So what's my suggestion? Just tell your GF now. It won't be anywhere near as bad as you think it will be.
If this show was spread out among a full season (like a US show), I seriously don't think it would have the same effect.
They wouldn't be able to dive deeper into the cases. Things would be rushed, solutions would just drop into their laps on a much more consistent basis.
3 episodes sucks, simply because it's such a short season, but I think it's perfect for the tone and pace of the series.
Now, seasons 1 and 2 were outstanding. No doubt about it, to me. I still thought season 3 was great. It was definitely different. The tone of the first episode took some getting used to. The 2nd episode was my favorite, honestly. I loved watching Sherlock go through all of those emotions. The 3rd episode was really good. Sure, it was fairly predictable, but that's not what it's about to me. I just enjoy the ride.
Their "awkward" chemistry is one of the most alluring parts of the show, IMO.
George and Jerry have great chemistry. Jerry and Elaine have good chemistry. George and Elaine really don't like each other, but they cope with it because they are both friends with Jerry. And Kramer is the next door neighbor they can't really get rid of. He's the glue that brings it all together.