Two stars shone their light on
Medium this week. First, we enjoyed the return of
Kurtwood Smith as Agent Edward Cooper, back to solve serial killings. Secondly,
Kelly Preston (that's Mrs. John Travolta, thank you very much), appeared as a monetary angel to Joe making him a proposition he couldn't refuse.
Allison began this week's nocturnal visions, by dreaming of Agent Cooper killing someone. She feared he had become vigilante and was going to kill the serial killer of three young women. And she wasn't far off base. Allison told Cooper off because she knew he intended to kill the killer and she didn't think it was right for him to do. In return, Cooper cleverly pulled her into his circle. He told Van Dyke he wanted her help and made him give her an office.
When she dreamed the same scenario the second time, she saw her initial dream had some very pertinent details missing. The killer had slipped into Cooper's hotel room with every intention of killing him, and not the other way around.
Cooper talked a good game about real justice, "I only take justice when the system fails." This was a nice gesture to bring Allison a little justice after having been treated so shabbily by the media and the D.A.'s office. Cooper believed in her and her visions were helpful clues to his latest cases.
While Cooper was great alive, he was even better dead. He kept popping up in front of Allison. At first it was very sad, because he didn't know that he was dead and Allison had to explain it to him. That would just plan suck to have to do. Later, when she woke up and Cooper was standing over her in her bed it was hilarious. He led her and Scanlon on a wild-goose chase to keep them from arresting the serial killer because, being dead, Cooper was able to see what was going to happen to this guy in the future and it wasn't going to be pretty.
Allison refused to work with him because justice is not his to dole out. She can be a real goody-goody sometimes. However, our fearless leader, Mrs Dubois, was looking particularly good this epsisode and I realized, it's not just the longer hair but the heavy black eyeliner tres sexy. I like her new look.
In the only really amusing scene in this ep, the girls were fighting at the kitchen table. Ariel was pretty perturbed by Bridgette's tooth-wiggling. Bridgette realized she was sitting on a goldmine, if the exchange rate with the tooth fairy was $1 per tooth. I'm surprised she didn't wiggle them all out at once.
Joe met with some Venture Capitalists that decided against funding him, but Kelly Preston's, Meagan, decided to put up her own cash because she believed his idea was a "money-maker". When she told him she was going to keep the controlling interest in the deal, he was planning on telling her no. But like most men, Joe's a louse, easily seduced by dirty martinis and lured by a pretty, rich femme fatale. I can see now, this isn't going to end well. Kelly Preston has signed up for four episodes, so there may be more to the deal than dollars and sub-atomic particles.
After that martini, Joe consented to giving Meagan a 51% share in the business, to which his wife said, "I'm not upset, I'm bewildered. " And she had plenty of right to be. Her husband just gave away the farm, so to speak, and didn't even bother to consult his wife. I believe that is LOW.
My favorite line of the evening:
"We are officially happy."
The question, of course, is, did she really mean it?
I actually miss Roseanna. Ah, but Kurtwood was almost as good. And we can all hold on to the fact that Kelly Preston will be back next week to try to tempt Joe out of his boxers. Until then, satisfy your
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Two stars shone their light on Medium this week First we enjoyed the return of Kurtwood Smith as Agent Edward Cooper back to solve serial killings Secondly Kelly Preston thats Mrs John Travolta thank you very much appeared as a monetary angel to Joe making him a proposition he couldnt refuse Allison began this weeks nocturnal visions by dreaming of Agent Cooper killing someone She feared he had become vigilante and was going to kill the serial killer of three young women And she wasnt far off base Allison told Cooper off because she knew he intended to kill the killer and she didnt think it was right for him to do In return Cooper cleverly pulled her into his circle He told Van Dyke he wanted her help and made him give her an office When she dreamed the same scenario the second time she saw her initial dream had some very pertinent details missing The killer had slipped into Coopers hotel room with every intention of killing him and no