A play on abortion I think. Unwinding is where a parent can elect to have their child "disassembled" and the parts "donated" if they want. Usually they do so for behavior issues. But basically it's like they are going back in time and aborting their baby. Most parents in the books don't seem to show any remorse for what they've done. The story is great. As most sequels go... the first is always the best.
I don't remember reading this when I was in school. I could have, it's been over 20 years. However, I purchased and read it a few years ago. Then I promptly went and bought the companion books (like The Son) and read those as well. What a great story, what a fantastic job of telling the dangers of what can result from shielding and coddling people. If you've never read it, do so. You won't be disappointed.
What a great show this was. Now, it's great reruns. I loved to see these 2 sides of justice working together. The iconic slammer sound at the beginning, with the rest of the theme music, still catch my attention and the next thing I know I've watch 2-3 episodes. The cases seemed real and the actors did an amazing job making their characters seem credible and real.
I watched every single episode of this show. Loved it. Audrey and Nathan were great together but I adored Duke. I think it would have been perfectly acceptable to have had Duke have his own show. Overall though, the supernatural elements were great, the cast was perfect, and the characters were fun and interesting.
Jane and Maura had a friendship that I am really jealous of. Everyone would be so lucky to have half the level of companionship as they did. The cast, characters, plots, and humor were spectacular. The only thing this show messed up with, is that it could have went on for more seasons. It wasn't a stale show nor did it have bland characters.
I loved this show. It could have went on forever and I would have been a happy person. Lionel went from being a character I couldn't stand to being the "protect him, help him, he's family" character. After Carter died, I was heartbroken (Reese was so sad). Finch grew on me. Root was a pleasure to hate and then a pleasure to love as a character. Shaw was as good as gold. But Reese, Reese was the reason for watching. Such a layered character.
Some of the reasons I watch the show: Fitz & Simmons (which I had no clue when I first started watching that they weren't both named Fitzsimmons) I love those two. They are absolutely adorable together. Ward, he always seems to come back (somehow, someway, Agents of Hydra). The different story lines and tie-ins to the Marvel movies and other shows. Excellent cast, awesome characters, and a great writing team.
First, you gotta do the truffle shuffle. Goonies never say die! I’m gonna hit you so hard when you wake up your clothes are gonna be out of style! If you know these things, you've watched one of the most awesome movies ever created. If you don't know these quotes, I suggest some popcorn and a movie!
I don't think I've ever watched any character so believable as Freddie has done with Norman Bates. He became him. Vera done an amazing job as Norma. Together these two made the entire show. They took some old classic movie (Psycho) and made it real. Really real.
I still watch this show occasionally, even though I've seen all the episodes (post airdates). Archie and Edith (dingbat) were a real super couple to me. Plus, they remind me of my parents! The singing of the theme song is why their theme will always be my favorite show intro ever.