Me too. I also loved the judge being like "y'all are too childish."
I was confused by that scene, as I thought Harrison went along because he could charm her. And she didn't seem that charmed - other than that little wave between them.
Gideon is a cutie. I don't know if something is up between him and Amanda, but I knew it wasn't the end of the story when New Girl dismissed him from the hospital. I was a bit dense towards the end, wondering where the hell he came from, but then it dawned on me that he was the one following Amanda. I want to see how Olivia handles it, since, despite his threat, he really doesn't have anything besides speculation. OTOH, all kinds of wrong (or right) information can go viral with social media at hand.
I thought the scene between Olivia and Amanda was well done, and Kerry really sold the remorse she felt. But as I stated before, I don't feel too sorry for Amanda - she knowingly and willingly entered into an inappropriate relationship with a married politician. For her to think she was "speshul" was naive at best and idiotic at worst.
And ditto to Tony and Kerry having ridiculous chemistry. I do enjoy seeing black women pined for...doesn't happen often on TV. Tony is really doing a good job making his character sympathetic, even though he's a lying liar who lies. At least when it comes to relationships. I do believe him on Olivia being the love of his life.
As mentioned upthread, the Fitz/Olivia relationship is the main draw for me, though I also enjoy watching Olivia interact with Cyrus and other Presidential staff. The plots of the week are inconsequential, and I'm not yet that interested in the rest of the Pope and Associates staff.
I love Mimi Kennedy (Dharma's mom!)
THAT'S why I recognized her, but couldn't place her! Oh, thank goodness.
Oh and I did love seeing Matt Letcher
I always remember him from The Mask of Zorro. Heh.
Edited by ribboninthesky1, Apr 13, 2012 @ 9:23 AM.