Whew! I was worried for Oliver for a while there. But I must say, the cunning of the Keating 5 must be rubbing off in him.
Prior to that scene was a very quotable quote from Annalise after getting more recriminations from Nate: “You must decide whether you want to forgive me. But I won’t spread my legs as some sort of payment.”
In other news:
- Wes is really becoming a whiny drag, weighed down by his guilt over Sam’s death.
- Four couples do the dirty.
- The reveal of the night is that Catherine Hapstall and the “inbred weirdo” Philip may have been working together on the murder of their parents.
So Nick and Adalind (Ship Name “Nickalind???”) find themselves sharing that they are each other’s (Nick is Adalind’s first Grimm and Adalind is the first Wesen Nick saw woge). They later move out of Nick’s house (considering all the bad juju in that place, well done!) into a refurbished and heavily-secured warehouse (Nick can afford that on a detective’s salary?) and become bedmates (platonically, so far…) before the end of the episode.
Rosalee was kidnapped by a bunch of orphaned Wesen kids. It’s funny how one even tried to frighten here by woging. (You can tell Rosalee is not impressed.) Never fear, she was immediately rescued by the Scooby Gang led, of course, by her hubby Monroe and his Blutbad sense of smell (Am I the only one weirded out by how he obtained the scent necessary to track her down?) The kids, however, went out of the frying pan and into the fire by ending up back in the juvenile system under the clutches of a superintendent who’s in league with Whatever-Secret-Organization-Nick-Has-To-Fight-Off this season.
On a side note, we have confirmed that it’s Trubel who’s in the heavily guarded vault. It remains to be seen if she will have a happy reunion with Nick and the rest of the Scooby Gang. (Please, god of TV, din’t let her turn evil, too!)
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Apparently, I have a very British sense of decorum – very strict and businesslike in public but very laidback among friends.
Quiz: What nationality are your manners?
I attended the 12th leg of Cruising Magazine’s Taste #TravelForFood road show here. I’ve only ever been at Fisher Mall once before and I’m glad to discover another great place to eat here since it’s so near my workplace.
The place is well lit and well laid out. The party which consisted of about 40 people were able to sit comfortably in tables of six. Each table has a grill at the center with which to grill the yakiniku.
Our sumptuous repast consisted of:
– Appetizers: Kani Salad and Spicy Tuna Maki (not too crazy about the maki, though; I prefer California maki). There was also an assortment of side dishes consisting of kimchi, achara and sauteed beans.
Mains: Japanese Style Beef Stew (quite a novelty for me – the broth was creamy and flavorful with tender bits of beef and ox tripe) and Special Assorted Barbecue Set (love the juicy and well-seasoned meats, however, I prefer to eat them sans the special sauce)
– Side: Japanese rice (not sticky enough for me)
The wait staff are approachable and accommodating although they seemed overwhelmed by the size of the group (or our appetites!) as some of the food took a while getting to us.
I look forward to sampling this resto’s other offerings in the future.
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This episode digressed from the case-of-the-week procedural format in a major way. Rebecca was impressing the FBI director as Naz‘s protegee during a sit-down type of war games situation while Brian was off investigating NZT trials while battling the drug’s side effects.
When I first saw Sands acting out as Eddie Mora‘s intellectual thug, I began to wonder if Eddie’s character has evolved from the good-guy in the Limitless movie to being the series’ resident big baddie. However, his appearance just as Brian’s battle with NZT’s side effects was taking a turn for the worse gave me some hope.
Bradley Cooper looks weird without his usual five o’clock shadow, though.
Ever since this pizza place opened in the main street of my subdivision, I have been dying to try its offers. So the first chance I got, I took my kiddies here for Saturday night dinner.
The place is quite small, just 30 square meters or so, but according to the owner, it’s already a big improvement compared to the original branch in nearby St. Joseph Subdivision. It has 6 tables inside which can comfortably seat 20 people and 2 more tables outside which can accommodate around 8 more people. I wouldn’t recommend dining outside as it is in a busy street with a lot of passersby and vehicle fumes. The interiors are well-lit with interesting rustic decor but quite cramped due to the small space.
Pizza Streat‘s offers are quite reasonably priced, with pizzas ranging from Php149 to Php159.
We ordered 2 pizzas: Pepperoni and Classic Cheesy. They were served piping hot; the crusts were thin and crisp, holding up well to the weight of all those stringy cheese and pepperoni toppings.
For dessert, we had S’mores Dip, marshmallows flambed to a fluffy and gooey consistency over a bed of chocolate in a heated cast-iron plate. It was served with graham crackers which you can then dip in the S’mores.
I was glad to know that this resto will order delivery soon. When I’m not in the mood to cook but too lazy to go out, I can just call my orders in.