You are stuck with us.
eddie reminding buck that wherever buck goes, eddie goes.
Me calling Mr. Guzman to speak about his acting choices and face journeys￼￼ this season
Incorrect buddie quotes: 14/?
inspired by this post by @dirtyhandsbrekkers
“Lucky for you, I’m an excellent dancer.”
Yes you are 😁❤️
HE IS INDEED AN EXELLENT DANCER HEN
Imagine being a firefighter and you follow the "firefighters" tag on Instagram and your feed starts to be just posts with some fictional gay firefighters from LA, posts that prove that they're gay and in love with each other and some with their team
Eddie: “I’m an excellent dancer”
I believe you Eds
Buck and Eddie get married and the inside of Eddie's wedding band says "you can have my back any day" whereas Buck's says "or you know, you could have mine" in a parallel to this scene
I'M NOT OK...
After I went to bed I had more thoughts/speculations.
How long did Jeffrey have Harry? 1-2 days... max? Athena keeps talking bout how Jeffrey "turned Harry against her." I don't think it's possible in that short amount of time. Yet she is hyper focused on it.
I wonder if the writers are going that way though as they included a scene of Harry reading an article about his mom. An article that may not have been entirely flattering.
For Athena, I want her to have consequences to her actions, "going rogue" etc. While the story arch is flattering for the actor (lots of meaty things) it's not for the character and I haven't enjoyed any time they delve into deeper issues with Athena. Each time they have her overreaching and it doesn't sit well with me.
I'm not sure what I'm hoping for around the Harry and Athena storyline; perhaps just a quick resolution because I just don't think it's plausible that Harry turn against his mother that quickly (especially after seeing how Harry had been acting: the hugs, breakfast etc).
To switch tracks. I appreciated how May took control of the situation at work, while I don't agree with the "you're in my way approach" as I feel like politeness should always be in the forefront of a professional's mind (at least as a first step), Claudette was sitting on May's desk - so a little attitude was warranted.
What was the point of May revealing she tried to kill herself to the Caller when there was no reaction from the Caller? If the writers wanted to prove that sometimes being personal does help the situation, then the Caller should have crawled over to the toilet and forced herself to throw up. Or made a movement in that direction, something to show that May's words hit home. That would have proven the point of being more than just the script. Instead the Caller passed out and May's words didn't really matter; not in the end.
So ... what was the point?
no thoughts head empty just eddie cheering buck up compared to t*ylor ‘cheering’ buck up ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
#911onFOX Review: Peer Pressure (Season 5 Episode 5)
As far as 9-1-1 episodes go, this one is probably one of the least memorable of the whole series. 9-1-1 Season 5 Episode 5, “Peer Pressure,” suffers from out of character moments and dull emergency stories. Some of the plot lines for this episode could have been so much more captivating if executed even slightly different. Honestly, so many times I felt more like watching a soap opera than the…
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that look ravi gave buck as he was leaving was.. interesting 🤔
Ok I believe most of us agree that Ravi possibly has a crush on Buck after that last scene. But obvi Buck has his own firefighter boyfriend.
So hear me out.....
I can just see Albert transferring to the 118 and them having a Buddie type friendship that turns into more...
911 writers just think about it