Last week, Last Resort gave us "Another Fine Navy Day" that included machetes, mysterious attackers and drug-induced hallucinations.
In this edition of the TV Fanatic Round Table, staff members Jim Garner and Christine Orlando are joined by Last Resort fan Alex to contemplate what Sam remembers and who snatched the nuclear launch key.
What was your favorite scene?
Jim: I liked Sam figuring out he was being played when he saw Sophie's arm. Sam is pretty smart.
Christine: Sam's talking to Christine, especially when he she accused him of hoping she never found out about the offer of a desk job and he tried to deny it. I thought that was really funny considering both sides of the conversation were coming from his own mind.
Alex: Sam and James joining forces. It was great to see those two kick a little ass.
Is Sophie in love with Sam?
Jim: She has feelings for him. But love? Seems unlikely at this point.
Christine: I don't know that it's love but everyone's emotions are heightened right now. Love or no, she's definitely got it bad for him.
Alex: More infatuation, I think. There's a serious attraction there but she also knows he loves his wife. She's in a no-win position.
Does Sam have any idea who he kissed?
Jim: I don't think Sophie even remembers. Had there been no video, I doubt it would have come up.
Christine: Oh, I'm pretty sure Sophie wouldn't forget that. She's had feelings for Sam for a while but I don't think he has any clue.
Alex: Sam is blissfully ignorant. Unfortunately, Sophie's the one in a world of pain.
Who stole the key?
Jim: Someone with knowledge of how to turn on the O2 and that the Atropine would revive the Captain. Beyond that, no idea.
Christine: I'm going with the CIA plant but who that might be, I have no idea.
Alex: I wish I knew. I don't think they can do anything with only one key but it keeps Marcus from making good on any threats. I can't wait to find out who it is.
Who had the best hallucination?
Jim: Sam of course. He really loves his wife.
Christine: I really enjoyed seeing Marcus tell his son a bed time story. There was something very sad yet heartwarming about that moment.
Alex: I'll go with Tani, even though we didn't see it. The girl damn near walked off a cliff? Those are some serious drugs.
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