Maybe Bug (I call her Bug, because she is Vaughn’s Wife, or VW for short) went to boarding school in England. And hey, if Madonna can talk all brit-like who’s to say Bug can’t too?
I sort of had the opposite reaction to Vaughn’s jumping on the radio again. It’s obvious they’re doing it because it shows the well-oiled machine business (side note: Vaughn well-oiled…swoon) but it’s going to get tiresome if it happens every ep.
I really hope they don’t pair up Syd and Weiss, because it’s just so obvious. I like to see relationships between men and women that don’t segue into romances, because hey, there are a lot more friendships in the office than there are romances.
Something no one’s mentioned yet is Jack’s incredible stupidity. Hey, here’s an idea, let’s get a convicted criminal to whip up a worm and then * upload it to the CIA database*! What the hell was he thinking? I really hope this comes back to bite him on the ass, and not just in a “Dixon figures out someone used his computer to do a bad thing” way. And why is it that the CIA, which is supposedly prohibited by law from acting domestically, has senior agents writing parole/probation agreements for computer criminals? Bah. That whole subplot was just stupid, redeemed only by Marshall’s goofy presence.
I’m hoping at some point Syd will stop losing her shit every time she’s around Sloane. She’s pretty much sputtering semi-incoherently at this point. What was that line? “I’m licensed to extract unimaginable pian from you” or something? Sheesh, that was horrible. I liked Sloane’s smugness and his shock, shock! at the idea of breaking the law, as well as his needling Sydney, Vaughn and Bug simultaneously with his “I know how much you cared for her” line to Vaughn. He’s soooo deliciously eeeevil.