I don't know where this is going -- from what I've seen of the clips for the next episode, I have a bad feeling about it. That realtionship is why I watch this show. They almost lost me after the second season finale (terrible way to end a season) -- and I couldn't watch some of the episodes in Season 3 -- all the distrust and suspicion and gotcha stuff really turned me ice cold. I thought we were headed to good things this year -- and now this. As many have said, Why can't they learn to talk to one another? All that love and so little sense. On both sides. I'm beginning to think it's a show I need to watch only when the DVDs come out so I can see it all in a weekend, zapping through the parts I don't care about. I remember once when I cared about every second of it -- but I'm getting tired of it -- it seems the writers have run out of ideas and they just want to tweak and twist and torture that relationship. I'm sure some people love that, but I'm not one of them. I keep thinking of that conversation between Ellen and Peter -- him telling her he doesn't know if he could live with it if anything happened to Neal, her telling him to "protect our boy." I understand Neal's deep need for Peter to trust him, but I also understand Peter's deep need to protect him. Why can't they sit down and talk about that? I wish Ellen would return (surely she's alive) and play therapist for awhile. Mozzie and Elizabeth could be her assistants.
Agree and of course Ellen is back in witness protection so all the tension and hurt is for naught.
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