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This was the best POI episode that I have seen. Everything was so perfectly fitted together from the awesome chemistry between everybody, including the dog, to the case itself. Loved seeing Reese steal everyone's wallet, loved Finch and Bear, loved Fusco as "The Stud", loved seeing Reese and Finch share a true moment of friendship. Everything was so great and flowed together to make an entertaining piece of television.
Who wouldn't want John Reese as his or her bodyguard? Exactly and YES Reese is pretty much the whole package.
Amazing Episode and Fantastic review, Thanks Sean.
If you aren't watching, you're missing out on a great show.
POI is rockin.
@Gabby - Thanks Gabby! All fixed
@cha11 - Thanks! And I agree about Carter definitely coming more into her own. She's not the weak link anymore.
@Dreamrose - It will be interesting if Cara or Snow's number comes up. That'll give Reese quite the predicament.
@Blu - Definitely glad that Carter and Fusco aren't just side characters with nothing to do. It's great they get to contribute in their own ways and also with stories of their own.
It was *CARTER* who drove the car into the SUV, not Reese. He was in the passenger seat.
I liked the genuine concern Carter showed toward Finch in their first phone call early in the episode. All of the main characters are working well with each other.
This show in my opinion started off great right out the gate and midway thru the season all the characters solidified their respective roles but it has reached its stride this season and there is no stopping the fantastic nature of the show. They're all a team now with fondness and loyalty and friendship amongst them all. Reese isn't carrying all the heavy loads, Finch is showing a vulnerability and Carter and Fusco have legitimate work that isn't busywork but their own stories. I love Carter and Reese banter, nothing ever has the same effect as a guy and girl bantering. I love that this show is realistic in dealing wit consequences. Reese doesn't escape brawls unscathed and perfect and Finch is coping in a real manner with what has happen to him.I love that Reese understood that no questions asked. And loved Finch and the progression with Bear...who is AWESOME.
Thank you for a great review and especially for your comment at the end that if folks aren't watching, they're missing out on a great show. It was wonderful to watch Bear's bed moved closer and closer to Mr. Finch! And I confess I wasn't a Carter fan at the beginning but she's terrific now! Somehow I sensed that when Detectives Carter and Fusco finally knew about each other and could work as a team, the show would get even better. Once again: terrific episode!
Notquiteright - The machine might be able to accurately tell who is going to get killed but that doesn't necessarily imply that it can tell us all people who are going to get killed. Human behavior can not be quantified, it's constantly changing, this is why subjects like economics have a hard time at predictions.
What is the name of the song at the end of season 2 episode 3 ?
Dreamrose "And, Snow had the bomb on him so Cara could control him. I'm guessing the bomb has a timer on it that Cara has to periodically reset with the code she entered. Otherwise, boom"
Please tell me you got a moment of deja vu with LOST and the numbers and resetting the machine (OOOHHH) so it wouldn't go off? Shiver........
Cara/Kara Stanton was Reese's handler/partner in the CIA. They were sent to retrieve a laptop (machine conduit?) and were set up to kill each other....which the obviously did not.
There were 2 deaths in this episode, why didn't there numbers come up??
There was enough information for the machine to see these deaths coming
The success of the show is on the basis that you could build a machine to do this, that it is probable that with the current technology it could be done.
When they start introducing flux capacitor episodes, then it will be the end of it and i will be expecting to see an episode where marshins have come to earth to help harold build the machine.
Sorry please enlighten me, who is Cara?
The look on Snow's face at the end there seemed like he wished that John Reese would come to save *him*! I wonder if Snow's number (or Cara's!) will pop up at some point later? It was interesting that Carter never told Reese, or even Finch, that Snow had showed up again, and in connection to Alicia Corwin. There's definitely no love lost between Snow and any of them.
And, Snow had the bomb on him so Cara could control him. I'm guessing the bomb has a timer on it that Cara has to periodically reset with the code she entered. Otherwise, boom.
I liked the part when Reese said that finch saved him because he gave him a purpose. It just shows how he's evolving and he realises that with this job he can redeem himself. I didn't quite understand at the end why agent Snow had this bomb on him?
What I find funny is how they play some of the bigger conspiracies....like Reese's is not really about him he was simply supposed to be collateral damage and while he will be upset to see his old partner who he knew was supposed to kill him, like vice versa, he was simply the pawn in whatever she and Snow knew more about...I assume either Carter makes him a poi or his # comes up. And really Finch is the power behind his and you just wonder how close he is to removing the first directive. And what is very funny is that we haven't even dealt with Elias (he isn't in jail is he...I thought he escaped).
LOL! Reese talks so softly she didn't even notice he was talking to someone while standing right there in the kitchen!
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