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Dirty Sexy Money (With Nate In It) 2x02 - The Family Lawyer - Review

Posted on 2008.10.09 at 18:50
Current Mood:: draineddrained
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I knew it. I totally knew that Lucy Liu (here playing Lola something-or-other) would end up being the prosecutor on Letitia Darling's case. I get the feeling that sometimes I have a special sixth sense that allows me sense upcoming plot developments. Or maybe I just sit there and my brain tries to figure out what I would do if I were writing it. Either way I could tell that was coming and I'm totally in favour of it. Lola Whatshername and Jeremy Darling look like they might make a good match, despite the whole "I'm trying to have your mother arrested for murder" thing, which lets face it would be a problem in most relationships.

Tripp is a swine. An evil manipulative bastard who sits up on high and manipulates everyone else to do his dirty work for him. I wouldn't trust him as far as I could throw him, and you know what, I think if I were in Nick's shoes I'd just get the hell out of there. At first he was there for the money to be invested into the poor and needy and to investigate his father's murder and everything. We've not seen him investing in the poor and needy for a while and I think we all have a pretty good idea of who killed his father (hint, the killer is an evil manipulative bastard). So I think he really should be thinking about making a break for it with his wife and his daughter who doesn't seem to be around so much any more. Speaking of people who don't seem to be around so much any more Juliet's on an island somewhere? Quick! We must rescue her! She wouldn't know how to survive on an island! Okay so I suppose Lucy Liu as a replacement for Juliet is rather good but I liked Juliet. She wasn't nearly as manipulative as the rest of the family. Honestly I don't think there's a single person in that family who I would trust and lately I'm even having my doubts about Nick (I'm thinking we're supposed to think that Nick recommended Brian to Tripp for the job as the vice-chair and Tripp decided to change it. Which is why I actually think that Nick recommended himself and lied to Brian because he knows that Brian doesn't trust Tripp). And just when you thought Simon Elder had gotten out of the whole lying and manipulating phase he goes lying to Nick on Karen's behalf, lying even that he wanted to go and talk to him in the first place. To cut a long story short they're all as bad as each other. I'm glad I don't live in a family like that.

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