The First Evil (asta77) wrote,
The First Evil

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Nothing about that actor from that Sci Fi series this time

But there is this other actor from another sci fi series by the name of Nathan Fillion who made his return to One Life To Live today. It was such fun to watch. Nathan spent his first several scenes with a big old grin on his face. Considering Joey was home for his grandfather's funeral, maybe not the best acting choice, but it was endearing to see him that happy to be back. And I was quite impressed with how into the role got. I didn't expect him to phone it in, but it was as if he'd been gone only a few weeks, not years. The chemistry he had with the actress who plays Dorian was even still there.

Another thing, getting all these characters past and present together, you start recalling who has slept with who's quite disturbing.

OK, Fiona most definitely wants a relationship. I'm not sure how I feel about her filling The Girlfriend role. I suppose it's natural that there comes a point where she wants to settle down and who knows her and understands her better than Michael? I did like that the supposed continuation of their 'date' on the beach was actually just her way of getting him to help with a job. And it was nice that she got to be the one to bring in the money for a change; even nicer that Michael didn't do it for the money.

I thought trying to make Michael jealous with Tom was a bit lame accept it seemed to work to an extent. Not that Michael thought she was really interested in the guy, but that there could be another guy at some point. And it amuses me that, off camera, Fiona is going to Sam with her relationship frustrations. It makes sense though - she has no one else to confide in and Sam can empathize since he has his own Michael frustrations.

Nice in-joke with Sam bringing up Spiderman as he and the fence listed celebrities who go by a single name.

But the line that really cracked me up was when Fiona suggested getting the Iranians to assist Michael and he responded with having Michael Weston and Jihad in the same sentence was not a good idea.

And I don't care if the broach was worth two million, it's one of the ugliest pieces of jewelry I've ever seen. What a waste of diamonds!
Tags: burn notice, tv_musings
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