Casey has every right to be upset. He's not calling her out in front of the crew, he still responds to her as a colleague, but Voight caused him great distress. Almost to the point where Casey's life and everyone he cared about was in danger. Casey knows Voight's sneaky ways, and if Dawson asking for his help lead to his unforeseen release, he could cause harm and be a greater threat to Casey's life. The mere fact that Dawson confided in him, meant she sold everything for a favor and was in his dept; a fate many feared because of him.
So Mills' comment was disrespectful, because it came from jealousy. Even if the comment was true, he is still threatened by Casey and that made the comment disingenuous. So long as Casey doesn't cross a line or abuses his authority, he has every right to feel anger, because of the pain Voight caused him. Ironically Mills could say for the very least the same about himself. He doesn't know what Casey feels and condemns him anyway. Very hypocritical.
As for Cruz, Casey should have recommended counseling, or something to help Cruz through his depressed state, the first time he slipped up. Hopefully Cruz is able to find some peace and make a difference in other ways.
Burrr, I can tell Chicago was very cold filming this episode. Clarice was a wimp, glad to see her go because I just can't see Kelly and Shay spliting up their living arrangements. Got some good actors on this show and is it apparent. I have complained about Kelly and Shay being too buddy buddy goofy but last night's episode showed more serious concern towards each other. Kelly seemed "wooden" with Renee, the scene at the Lake was really "wooden and ackward", was so cold could see Taylor's ears turning red. Overall, good show.
@Marcus: Really? I think Casey's a prick for being mad at her. Technically, Casey and Dawson are just casual friends really, he's her boss. They played around with the whole dating/lovers thing, but he screwed that up. So she's not his girlfriened, she went out of her way to morally support him through his mother's trial, and just to support him in general...
Dawson needed Voigt's help for her brother who might have been hunted down again, but this time leaving him actually dead. That much is obvious. Casey should have been pissed but understanding; he would have probably done much worse for family.
In my opinion, all Casey is doing right now is being insufferable and acting like an injured child.
Something seriousley rubs me the wrong way how Dawson and Mills are treating Casey. She is angry at him ? Really ? She went to a guy who is a serious criminal who threatened all of Caseys family and he should just be ok with that ? And i dont believe for a second that goung to Voigt was Dawsons "only" option so help her Brother. And that "screw him" comment by Mills about his boss who has had his back all the time was downright disgusting.
If i was Casey i would keep my distance from Dawson going forward. She has no behaved like a friend should ( and she claimed to love the guy before .. pfff ).
Casey's mother rubs me the wrong way too. I just don't trust her. I don't trust that she's rehabilitated and she doesn't seem to feel remorse. Plus she was asking Casey to lie for her. Not cool.
Clarice really disappointed me tonight and I felt she had to leave because they couldn't keep Shiri Appleby longer. It's too bad because I've loved her since Roswell and really wanted to like her character. Plus I wanted to see how the custody battle would go. I understand her husband was hurt and bitter but that was really mean of him to want to keep her from her child. In the end he decided to break her and Shay up.
I was happy to see Casey give Cruz another chance, but I felt he could have supported him more. They should have sent him to councelling so he could work his issues. I hope he'll see a shrink or a priest or something.
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