I stopped watching the show a couple of weeks ago because it is really so darn stupid at times. I have to agree with wizarddrummer on all points. This is one series that should change directions or be cancelled. Maybe Kevin Bacon can go home and let his wife go back to work.
Really, really, really lame series at this point.
Oops I almost voted twice. I like shows or movies in which the villain is smarter and more interesting than the hero. Kevin Bacon is a fine actor but Ryan is not very smart and not interesting. Impossible to believe that Joe who spent time in jail and whose face has been all over the media can't be found. I wonder how he recruits so many followers. The scene with his son was the last straw. I will not waste my time on another episode.
I'm sorry... could not disagree more. To me this was the first one worthy of television since Mad Love... It's just gotten so stupid lately.
I thought Debra was a follower, my husband thought Mike was. I have to admit there I thought a couple times. I am glad that it turned out he was not involved. However now I bet that Nate is a follower, sending Mike home right when Roderick and crew were waiting for him and telling Ryan to stay put. I am glad Ryan did not listen.
I am not 100% sure Joe wanted to kill Charlie, it was Charlie that said he failed him 2 times and this was the way to redeem himself. If Charlie had not given him a knife I do not think Joe would have killed him.
Sorry but I think Joe and Emma together is a little creepy.
There must be a lot of people who think The Following is a realityshow. It's fiction! If you don't like the show, stop watching. I like this show so I'll watch.
We have a FBI "Consultant" who wasn't allowed to carry a gun until his boss (who has been replaced)gavehim one and I still don't believe he is authoruzed to carry it. His reputation is that he is cruel to prisoners, headstrong and hate taking orders and his life has been spared a number of times to keep the game going. Does this story ever get any better?
Louise unfolding the plastic sheet to protect the Persian Rug... That's so hilarious and random!
I kept swearing through the show, "I'll stop watching if they off Mike!!!" Thank God they didn't.
Love the blossoming bromance-brotherhood between Ryan and Mike. At least now Ryan can trust Mike with his life.
This show could be great!
Keep the cast, lose the current producers and writers and perhaps it could improve.
Can it get any worse?
Are the production staff, writers and directors all taking the same LSD?
Listen up folks. Tires, radiators, windows, headlights, taillights and gas tanks will break when bullets hit them.
Now, we have Nick! He's what every show like this needs; the clueless control freak / authority figure at the top. I was expecting this sooner than it did.
But the crowing ridiculous part of the show so far is Charlie, the Sacrificial Lamb ROFL!
Joe Carroll's character doesn't have unlimited resources, yet he just killed his chief TECHNOLOGY GURU!
All right, Charlie failed twice in the field - so don't let him go out there. Leave him in his little tech room. He knew about tech, he set up some crafty intelligence gathering rooms.
Silly S**T that's for sure.
The reason I watch the show, Natalie Zea, is in protective custody.
Of course Ryan has a lot of hunches. He spent a good chunk of his life tracking Joe down and getting inside his head. He has a pacemaker because of it! With Emma and Joe hooking up, I see it as a power move on Emma's part.
@Watchestoomuch A group of serial killers all gathering together and getting along is far fetched? Who said this group got along at all? I think they tolerate each other simply because of Joe. As much 'organization' as this group has, it is certainly not without it's moments of hate, fear, lust, jealousy. Reminds me kinda like the Manson 'family'. You felt like you 'belonged' and 'mattered' when in this family which was wrought with plenty of the above problems. When it came time to kill, they did.
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