I was hoping for something thoughtful and intriguing. This show was written by a group of 6 year olds. Really Joe can get a helicopter but the FBI can't get one? How about a cop car and just follow it to see where it lands? I'm also tired of the twists. Any time it looks like one of the "cult" guys is in a jam they pull the 6 year old kid trick and just say OK all the good guys are now bad guys. Lame
This show had such great potential but as fallen way short. I completely agree with Joe's comment and the question about whether or not this show as any kind of law and/or judicial consulting. The fact that the FBI continues to look like imbeciles each and every episode is ridiculous and completely frustrating. I won't be watching this show anymore. All my friends have stopped watching too.
That were a LOT of people walking out of that castle (great house btw).
I think that Joey will runaway eventually, somewhere in the season final. For now he will bond a little with his serial killer father&his cult.
I am wondering where Claire will go, and if she would be kidnapped to by the cult.
Douglas.. right on! Mike Weston is Ryan Hardy's "Follower"
I think Joe needs a setback once in a while. It would be nice to see Ryan win a few big ones, and show us how Joe has to shift, from his plan. Almost like a rewrite. While I like the show, the fact that Joe "always wins" and you can't trust one character besides Ryan, there is no such thing as the perfect criminal. These followers are loyal, however a push on a gunshot wound gave up the location of the warden's daughter?
REALLY! How ridiculous. Let me count the ways. 1) he chokes a lady with a broken hand 2) the garage is not childproof, a chain lock that a kid can slip through and the key hanging on the wall 3)prison transfer with no judge to block it 4) no gag order on the lawyer (previous episodes) 5) no judges at all 6) US Marshalls give alone time with their prisoner for a chat, no F-ing way and somehow they allow him to climb into a trunk and escape. US Marshalls are Marshalls for a reason. This show has no Law Enforcement/Judicial consulting?! Seriously, they couldn't get a consultant in there....wait a minute that would ruin the story. This show had potential and has turned into a laugh out loud bonanza!!
I agree: the idea of anyone being trustworthy seems more like a distant fantasy with the show. Don't know about everyone else but I'm second-guessing every single "good guy" in the series - including Harding's sympathetic partner Mike Weston, who I now suspect was set up to be Joe's intimate eyes and ears. I was pretty sure the pretty blonde cop was a Follower right from the get-go. There seems to be a pattern to the Followers (usually): young and fresh-faced.
Joe has a lot of followers, and I still cannot imagine why so many people want to be killers, or find him so charismatic. But I lost any belief in the general intelligence of cult members the day that I watched the news showing the bodies they found at Jim Jones's compound in Guyana. So, when that gang poured out of the house at the end to welcome Joe back, I really began to wonder how the FBI would win this. (Except, the writers will have them win.)
But this is a mess. The FBI consistently look like boobs on this show. And Ryan seems to have a death wish. Every week he is begging someone to kill him.
Wow......I think I have a crush on James Purefoy! What a brilliant actor whose smile is so damn contagious!! I'm grateful for anything that makes the sucky suckness of being "laid off" from a job I truly gave my all to every single day...the first time / day I haven't cried my eyes out since that dreadful Wednesday, February 6th, 2013!! Thank God for the most incredible escape/distraction from our own temporary personal hell.....fabulous tv shows!!
My goal for wanting to act was to be this very escape for others! Now it is time for a reanalysis of what i want to be "when i grow up," instead of working in the corporate world in a commute from hell...the kind if commute that kills a small portion of your soul every. single. work day.
However, no matter how unpalatable the above may feel... having a mortgage makes us take the safer / more stable route of life!
I sincerely thank the writers, crew, actors, etc for providing
Does anyone else think that Joe is actually Emma's father? I might be jumping the gun here, but we've only ever heard about her (promiscuous) mother with no mention of a father. Besides, Emma and Joey could pass as siblings, so that is another factor to consider.
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