His entire season thus far has been a series of reaction shots that are murky in terms of what they may or may not mean. I couldn't tell at the end if he was laughing at the new billboard or genuinely happy that he received good news. All right, we got to solve for the Sev 1 cache miss bug in the out-of-region swap routine? I got to get going, too. For contrast, skyscraper-tall Joe with his flash but little substance gets to build success largely on affectations whereas Donna and Cameron have to weather everything short of being treated like prostitutes to get funding. I know you're patient with me even when I drag my feet.
Also, the second Joe finds out, I'm pretty sure there'll be mind games. Lee Pace is just sooo wasted on this show. I mean, she makes you better, right? I feel like the writers haven't known what to do with Joe since season 2: his arc takes more shape nearing the end of the season, except I don't think he can afford to have it all burned to the ground again by his will or not and go through yet another reinvention. Hey, I don't mind sleeping out under the stars. The only character not working for me is Ryan but that's largely down to the actor's fairly inscrutable choices. I don't know what's up with Gordon.
Even its name has been reinvented. I'm not her keeper, Donna. And you have to be if you want to make it as a woman in this business. They have to spend time and money dealing with the bank and chasing down the deadbeat buyer, whereas a credit card transaction falls on the credit card company the reason they charge their own admin fee. . That's what Gordon has been pouring his energies into and turning down possibilities with Joe to try and mend: his marriage. The point is banks in the 80s were just starting to deal with automatic transaction but only at bank hours and the networking was so damn minimal.
Cream, lots of sugar, actually. Sad to have the return of Tom, who I adored, hinted at since Cameron will just put his heart through a meat grinder because of her own terror of being hurt. And that was the wake up call. Is Mutiny close to discovering payPal? The kids will be home soon. I want to say either a vodka or a satellite.
Gordon and Donna should just buy her out. Yeah, and it's sort of heartbreaking to me to watch Cameron skate right over all that thin ice without acknowledging the dangers while Donna's entire life has been trying to cross those frozen ponds and being knocked down every time. Cameron is really becoming useless and now I am all for leading a coup and taking over the company. Similarly, Bos's son lashing out was fully earned when I consider it from his perspective. Look, that's what makes this city so great.
And when I'm in trouble and I look around, I need to find you there. New user sign-ups saw a welcome spike after we integrated SwapMeet, but we're fielding too many complaints about the lack of support for our monetary transactions. Saved me a mint in my 20s. God, she can be so stubborn. I thought Linda would never leave.
Then went a time when a band-aid was all that was needed and I went on full open heart surgery. Finally got around to it, and I'm just so over Cameron now. Cameron is certainly on that trajectory. Cameron needs Donna and she need to stop taking her for granted. Yeah, but you're just being intolerant to aliens, so it's cool.
You almost forget its the same person at all. I can't decide if it's beautiful or horrifying. I think we should fire them. Well, the kids are gone and we haven't had one night alone since we got to California. Every time I'd go on a trip when James was young, I'd get one of these, pin it to his teddy bear first thing in the morning so he'd know I was home.
For contrast, skyscraper-tall Joe with his flash but little substance gets to build success largely on affectations whereas Donna and Cameron have to weather everything short of being treated like prostitutes to get funding. Okay, Mutiny is a castle. To the best vacation ever. Did my time in tents as a kid. He knows the manner of his death is likely to be ever diminishing abilities to move his own body and the thing he's pursuing as his hands shake and ability to think abandons him is fixing his marriage. Gordon got upset when he realized that Donna didn't enjoy the camping trips they went on together.
Hey, so let me see if I've got this. The good thing is this season Donna isn't taking Cameron's bs anymore. I have a solve for transactions. Gordon seems to be fond of those trips, so I guess he feels that Donna maybe doesn't love him as much as he thought she did. I am so sick of Cameron throwing a tantrum or hiding when things do not go her way and Donna enabling her. Is he mad Boz went to jail, or is it typical Cats on the Craddle When You Coming Home Dad stuff? You need to rethink your role.