Great, great episode. That final scene between Ava and Boyd was one of the tensest I've seen from the show, and it was beautifully acted by Joelle Carter and Walton Goggins. Also am really loving Garret Dillahunt as Ty Walker right now; he's nailing the desperation and unpredictability and vulnerability of the character really well. A review: http://polarbearstv.com/2015/0...
just Schmidt face when Cece commented about having seen the legend: priceless... for the rest...I agree...sadly!
Angela is smothering and a very annoying character. The less we see of her, the better.
Don't u think there is a better way to display this.. I dont want to scroll through the entire alphabet to get to something with a U... like Under the Dome for example
I know that if they really wanted, the writers could have made this episode worse than it was, but I honestly don't think it would've taken much. Holy. Crap. You honestly touched on every riduculous element of this ep, so I won't bother with reliving every bad part. But I will say that I agree it was just all kinds of awful minus the last 2mins. And I also thought that Jess' speech about her "journey" to be Liz Merriweather's pathetic way of defending so many 34+ yr olds who share a damn apt and are living like college aged kids. She should've made these characters 10 yrs younger than they are. Because at this age they're just pathetic and sad to watch.
Also, there is not a 1212 Main St in Orlando. Ty was getting the best of those "college boys" on their way to Disney. Main St is in Disney World. LOL
I very much would like to see Henry get involved with an immortal woman (who he doesn't know is immortal,at first).
I can see irony building with an unfortunate end for Art. One has to wonder about all the warnings he has been giving to Raylan throughout the series. The latest was in the episode "The Trash and the Snake." He asked Raylan what would he do once he had caught all the bad guys? He warned that another bad guy always comes up and finally one would kill him. Art has an opportunity here to exit the game and maintain what is left of his health, He has the opportunity to stay home with his wife but we know he just has to get back to the office. he has to avoid family to snoop around a very dangerous man. He is doing the exact thing that he has been warning Raylan about. I see Art taking a bullet and his death driving home the point that Raylan needs to walk away from being a lawman and to being a father. Remember all of those scenes where he looks to the markers of his family on their land. I do see him finally moving into that house. I do not see Boyd,,,,,
Great episode! I don't think I took a breath during the scene between Ava & Boyd in the woods. I am glad she came clean about being a CI and why she did so. I Am not sure if they will get out of this together, but I sure hope so.
I think that both Bay and Daphne are interesting character but I was hoping that after getting a second chance at attending college, we would have the chance to see Daphne developing as she dealt with her new challenges. I'm disappointed that what we seem to be getting instead, so far at least, is Daphne (once again) confusing her priorities and from the preview of the finale, being upset when things don't work out.
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