This show is AWESOME! i am on the edge of my seat the whole time! the dynamic of the TEAM/HOUSE is FABULOUS! it's going to be a LONG WAIT for season 2!
I liked Jakes the first episode he was on, but not since then. He has a bad attitude!
He helps Briggs and defends him but then when he shows at Jakes' sons soccer game he gets mad at Briggs!
As for Charlie and Johnny, they should have been on Mike's side when they found out he was investigating Briggs too and then they call him a traitor when they find out why he was at Graceland.
I did not expect Briggs to set up that other guy as Odin and send him away. Was this the plan all along?
I guess the whole Odin storyline will continue next season as they try and track that guy down!
I really can't figure out why people see Briggs as the bad guy. Plays outside the rules, yes, imperfect, yes, but bad? Was he suppose to sit on the beach and let the man he thought was Jangles kill him? He was willing to lose everything to save Charlie. When has he not been there for the other agents. I agree with Nisan, my problem is with Mike and his holier than thou attitude. At one time he told Juan that he wished Briggs was the brother he never had. Really??? I hope DC turns out to be a case of be careful what you wish for and he realizes what he walked away from.
Yep..."Chris" nailed it. That will be the plot for Season 2: "Mike's" instincts told him that "Briggs" was lying in the interrogation room and I believe that's why "Mike" is allowing "Briggs" to stay in touch with him: keep your friends close, but your enemies closer. "Mike" will use this relationship to "bring down" Briggs.
"White Collar" is the better show & has become the step-child to this? Really?
The show is a convoluted and confusing in general. I like it, but I do not love it...yet? I understand about Jangles and the other house and that Briggs broke under what was not interrogation...that was torture. So..Briggs is really Odin but why? To assist in getting cases closed albeit not ethical and against the law (but with him the end justifies the mean) or for personal gain. Never been able to figure that out. Any insights guys!
My favorite part was Briggs' interrogation. During the episode, I couldn't figure out what was going on when he gave Q his new identity or why he dug up the FBI agent and took the key and framed jangles for his murder by putting the key on his keychain, but it was all very well wrapped up. But, the house still doesn't know he was Odin - so did Mike believe that story when he heard it or does he know Briggs made that up too?
So...while Mike was watching Briggs' interrogation did he figure out that Briggs had set up Q to be Odin and Jangles to have killed the FBI guy? Will he get away with it all or will it come back to bite him in the a@@ next summer? Hate to wait for so long wondering....
This episode was all over the place and in the end, Mike is a mole who wants to be with the crew from Graceland.
OK, I'll say it again, I don't like Mike. He has no redeeming qualities as far as I'm concerned.
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