I again watched One immediately after watching The Boy in the Blue Knit Cap. It was my way of tying up the series for myself and (as I've said elsewhere) my own way of coming full circle with the series.
Sorry skittles, I will never, ever be a shipper!!!
I can, however, still be amazed at Gia's interrogation scene (aria) where Goren convinces her she is HIV positive, by reading Carson's medical report and watching her reactions. You can literally see Goren's thought process going on in D'Onofrio's expressions and how nimbly he changes the course of his argument, his demeanor and voice. Culminating in handing the report to Gia, saying it says it on page four, telling her to read it for herself! Then going into the other room with Deakins, Carver and Eames and saying, "Sadder if it was true." to their shocked reactions. And at the end of the episode when Eames tells Gia she'll have a long life ahead of her, Gia looks with surprise at Goren and he looks at her and says, "Sorry, I lied!"
It's just an exquisite episode and though there have been wonderful episodes since (and highs and lows!) if I could only pick one. I'd pick One!
Post by skittles4me on Aug 8, 2011 21:07:30 GMT -5
What? First Moonbeam and now Leonore ??
My latest Goren and Eames 'Favorites' posts have been about coffee, sugar and diamonds... I just thought they were funny! ;D
maherjunkie, that was a good one! Remember this? From Saving Face Rodgers: I was planning to be a thoracic surgeon in med school, but I couldn't stand the thought of cutting into something red and throbbing! Logan: raises eyebrows, funny expression
I also loved Logan/Falacci episodes! Watching Logan being the "diplomatic one" was an enjoyable change of pace!