The episode overall seemed a little off but may have been needed to get more insight into the individual characters. As probably the only viewer still hoping for an Abby and Jake reunion, last night pretty much put an end to that fantasy. I was taken back by what appeared as the switching of character between Abby and Delia. During the get free conversation with Joe, I don't recall ever hearing Abby Describe her marriage with Jake with so much anger and harsh adjectives. Kinda of a flip flops of the interaction we've seen before now. A hot sleepover with the somewhat shady Will and now she's disgusted by Jake and their marriage? Still enjoy the show and your review.
Ava is truly torn..I think she would love to go far far away and if Boyd makes a big score..she knows they could do that. But the threat of Raylan and the scheme failing is very real too. Its interesting that Katherine is suspicious of her release so it had to have crossed Boyd's mind that there is a reason for the early release also.
The actor playing Dum-Dum of the Howling Commandos is the spitting image of the way the character's always been drawn! Why couldn't Agent Sousa be Peggy's future husband? They'd make a great couple!
He could be. I love him (and the actor) so I wouldn't have a problem with it if it turned out to be him. I just wonder if he's a little too obvious.
won't miss Fish .
As far as April and Leo go, I sort of disagree that she shouldn't have been so quick to forgive him for taking her off the visitors' list. In a way, she's doing the same thing for him now that he did for her when she was about to give up. She called him out on the melodramatic, moody stuff, and he's started coming around at the end. Her persistence may just be what ultimately give the two of them a shot together. And from the promos for next week, it looks like he gets off his ass and starts working and getting stronger. And it obvious there's still plenty there between them. Now if he can just finally stay consistent and be the good guy April needs. And as far as April getting better and beating this thing for good, that's what I'm hoping for, but I'm not going to count my chickens before they hatch. She's cancer free at the moment, but it seems pretty obvious that we're going to see her relapse eventually (My bet is that that'll be the cliffhanger for the end of the season.). And, the way I see it, once she goes in for that transplant, all bets are off. As I understand it, that second diagnosis would come with a much worse prognosis that the initial one, and a bone marrow transplant is a very long, very scary process. They essentially bring you about as close to death as they can and hope that the new marrow takes hold, "rescues" you, and keeps the cancer away for good. I dunno the statistics, but some people don't survive that process. I tend to be a pessimist, though, so who knows? I've got my fingers crossed!
I am just less focused on the trysts in this show and more focused on the characters trying to find themselves. Yes, sex is part of that but there is more to life than sex.
Some good stuff in that episode but this show is definitely not award winning material. That's fine I guess. Looking forward to watching the characters find themselves. LE and AU are the best things about this show.
Yawnfest. But go Lisa!
I'm so obsessed with this show! The funniest thing is I'm not even a comic reader but my favorite TV shows all come from comic books. The Flash, Arrow, even The Walking Dead. I have to say though of the three The Flash is my favorite. Another great episode!
Nothing from Breaking Bad??? Heck, "Better Call Saul!" became the title of a spin-off, Yeah, Be-otch! "Heisenberg says, Relax!"
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