No you don’t understand how frustrated I am that we always depicted the Apostles as old men, especially when it comes to during-Jesus-alive stuff.
They were probably late teens to early 20s, given the time and the description and some Biblical passages.
They were not ancient old men with long ass beards and wrinkles at the Last Supper.
They were young adult rebels with a cause.
where my punk-rock apostles at
You know, much as I love Fiona’s prison arc and Agent Pearce, I think Burn Notice should have ended in season 4, the last episode was perfect. Michael got his answers, and he seems ready to move on from the CIA.
Then we wouldn’t have to endure the last two seasons of pain. I think the last two seasons were just too much unnecessary angst. Maddy’s become quite the spy by Season 4, they have Jesse in the team and they’ve never felt more like a family than that season.
The CIA didn’t deserve Micheal’s loyalty at that point and its a pity that they kept Michael in the same place when he should have moved on from the CIA and accepting Miami and his helping the helpless thing as his calling.
if you’re going to insult me please give me 24 hours notice so i can come up with a comeback
You are not the only one and it’s never just you. Please stop asking.
I really like that Zoe and John are more or less canon. I think they fit so well together.
I don’t see them as having a widly passionate romance that will end in marriage and kids, but I think they are content together.
They are both very attractive people, so there’s definitely sexual tension between them, but most of all they trust each other fully.
Neither of them have many people in their lives that they can be honest with. When they are together, Zoe don’t have to worry that John is trying to gain the upper hand over her and that he doesn’t expect anything in return, while John don’t have to worry about her finding out what he does and report him to the police/CIA, and neither does he have to worry that she will ask him about the machine. Not because she isn’t curious, but because she respects him, as well as the need to keep secrets.
Basically, they know enough about each other that if they had a bad day, they could talk about it:)
Sameen Shaw is a bodyguard for hire. Samantha Groves is a lonely housewife with a bounty on her head. But what Shaw thinks is going to be an easy job slowly becomes more complicated when her growing attraction to her client doesn’t appear to be disappearing anytime soon. That and a deep seated family conspiracy which soon comes to light sets off a chain of events that will forever change Shaw’s life.