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Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Ang and Sash on Season 2


Over at Examiner.com there's a great article with Angie Harmon and Sasha Alexander talking about season 2. There are some fun tidbits about what's to come. For example:

The three months since the events of the first season finale may not have been entirely good to Jane, but Maura seems to be thriving. She is multi-tasking more now, not throwing everything into her work but also taking time for herself and her love life, as well. And miraculously, that allows her to be a bit lighter, a bit looser, and a lot less neurotic!

Interesting... we're very excited to see where this all goes! Go check out the rest of the article and then come back and tell us what you think.

5 comments:

  1. Maura + Tommy = DO NOT WANT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! And this Ian dude needs to go away already.

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  2. If Maura ends up being a Rizzoli seriouly they have to make it right. Maura as Tommy's girlfriend or even crush is just so wrong.

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  3. Yeah, pretty much found this article depressing.

    1. Maura and Tommy. No, just no. That's wrong on so many levels I can't even begin to list them, and I don't want to watch it.

    2. A less neurotic Maura sounds a lot less fun to me, to be honest. Maura's brand of neuroticism was adorable, and what made the character work. I'm not sure I suddenly want that taken away. That it sounds like this is all the result of Jane getting shot and them not being around each other as much, I have mixed feelings about. Could be good, could be bad.

    3. Sounds like they are setting Ian up for something significant later in the series. I'd rather they kept the love interests transient for the most part. Feel the same way about CaseyNoPants.

    Bottom line, too many changes too soon.

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  4. Articles like this make me the sad, kind of like chocolate from Jorge.

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  5. LOL at the previous comment.

    Yes, this article is depressing. Siiiiiiiiiiigh.

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