What do you think about the direction in which "Person of Interest" has gone?
I watched the first episode of the new season last night and was not surprised that they picked up where Root and Shaw left off last season with their kiss, showing them having sex ... with each other. I guess CBS just couldn't resist that story line. Do you think this makes the series more interesting or will it make people stop watching it? For those of you who didn't see it here is the "love" scene https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sxt1QxAlELo
I was also surprised to see this play out to the extent it was. I'm not sure the many scenes were necessary to support the story line... I think we could pick up the lesbian theme pretty quickly. So, I must gather that they are either trying to "keep up" with other networks in "SHOCK" value or they have succumbed to some pressure from a LGT group or individual.
Either way, I find this program very interesting 99% of the time :-)
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