B--because the murderer was not a surprise, and the aria was disapointing. Still, the acting was excellent, the snarks were poll-worthy and I'm definately in Ross's corner now. But the blonde (hair) has to go... ;D
This search for truth...it's not for the fainthearted.---Robert Goren
I gave it an A+ because of the wonderful, talented performances of VDO & Erbe. God, those two were so good, I can overlook any shortcomings.
Also loved Ross, his loyalty & ethics. And of course, M.E. Rogers. I liked her haircut. As far as the haircolor, the blond is fine, just tone it down a bit. And her clumsy attempt at sympathy for Eames - so touching.
I gave it an A couldn't give it an A+ cause it still left me wanting more, it would have been great if Chevy would have done like lunesta, so we could have had a few more minutes. Also the show ended a few minutes earlier. Usually it runs till :59 min. But it ended at :55 min. anyone else notice?
I went with A because I thought the plot could have been a little better.
I don't think she's going to have too much piece of mind with the wrong man being in jail for the crime and the consequence of his son turning into a murderer to avenge him. All those what-ifs! Then again Eames seems to be as good as Goren at burying painful emotions until something happens to bring them up. I don't know.
Maybe I was in an incredibly generous mood when I voted, maybe I was reacting to seeing a new episode after such a long wait, or maybe it was the shift in focus away from the Goren angst and toward Eames. But whatever the reason, I found a lot to like in "Amends" and rewarded it accordingly--and voted A.
Patrick Roy, 2006 inductee into the Hockey Hall of Fame