I really think Heller and co. Went this route because they have to get us to believe it's over. Jane will get a real piece of Red John but he won't get Red John. He will even believe he got him at first but something will make him doubt. This time know one will believe him and will think he's really crazy. These writers didn't mess up. There is too much missing information. We pay close, close attention to detail and so do they. I'm going to wait until the final curtain. This is far from over.
Comment modified at November 18, 2013 06:11
I feel really conflicted about all of this and when I get this feeling, it's because I smell a rat and a big one. I will not be lulled to sleep by the up front set up or double con. I'll be watching the show from now on with one eye open! I ain't going!
Comment modified at November 18, 2013 06:02
They are doing this after only eight episodes. Nope, I..... Ain't....... Drinking........ The...... Kool aid........! 1+1=2 but this junk ain't adding up. I was born at night but I wasn't born last night!
So now the three missing people from the crime scene and Bret Partridge are back in play. I say Partridge because there was no reason to remove the tattoo. The only reason someone would do that is to make you think the body had a tattoo when it didn't. The tattoo appeared to be removed with a scalpel. Red herrings, truth or lies. Something tells me Red John won't be killed until episode 22. There is too much now you see him, now you don't. Jane made a court and jury believe he killed Red John, all while acting as his own lawyer. So maybe now it's Red John's turn to make the world think he's dead. Then he returns at the end for the big show down. Right now this is the only thing that would make sense of things. There will probably be something in Ecuador that tips him off. Cause something is off kilter.
Their better be a good explanation for all this stuff and I mean stuff. Don't get me wrong, I love the show! But I get the since that all the mystery stuff is some how going to be played down. All the philosophical ideologies are going to be the nonsensical ravings of a simple minded lunatic. A man who had so many people helping him that he only seemed mysterious.
Here is how I positively know the bomb scene was tampered with. I don't know why I didn't catch it when I saw it. I played the scene over in my head and then I got it. It really made me laugh out loud.
Tell me why there was a bare foot in that room. The bomb blew his sock and shoe off and didn't damage not a toe, wow! I'm really laughing now. Think about it, how can the same bomb blow off a head and a foot?
I think the headless body was wearing a different color suite too! I'm getting really tired of this kinda crap. Then they go from Buddhism to Christianity. What's next Cho and aliens?
Comment modified at November 18, 2013 05:15
Jane looked pretty good for someone who got blown up. Not a hair out of place or a scratch for that matter. But he did exhibit the symptoms of a person that was knocked out by a concussion grenade. Smith acted the same way too at the scene. Hummm.....
Bomb scene Observations; I'm not a forensics expert but I did notice some things.
1) the bomb blew body parts all over the bomb scene but no debris.
2) Jane appeared to have been placed on the ground and he has no injuries. The bomb scene room was full of furniture and other objects. Some of these things should have been near and on top of Jane.
3) there was a body with no head but the rest of the body was intact with no debris.
4) this would indicate that the bomb scene was staged.
5) what if the people at the bomb scene were with the tiger organization. Couldn't they just lie about the DNA test.
Well, I'm not buying any of this. If they went back to explain the stuff with Rebecca, they have even more now. Im going to start with the end first. Did anyone but me notice the was something wrong with the display in the church? There was a pyramid in the very top of the church over the pictures. A pyramid does not belong anywhere near a Christian scene. Why did Jane go to this church and is it really a church.
I don't think Bertram is Red John and if he is, ah somebody dropped the ball point pen!
Why would Cho just believe what he was being told after all that has gone on. The body was in plastic, I'm guessing he saw Partridge's face. Puzzlement though, why take the tattoo off, everyone knew he was connected. So what would be the point.
Now the explosion, maybe what we heard was a concussion grenade. Something else went on inside that room. To have an explosion so powerful as to dismember three bodies and leave three untouched, makes no since.
There has to be more to this then some simple @$$ game being played.
I hope my expectations weren't too high. All I know is this episode did not make since in the scheme of things.
Smith said he realized he did a favor for a serial killer. If he knew that much why didn't he know who the person was? There were some inconsistencies in his account of things.
Lastly, I won't tell what I think about this episode because I'm going to wait for the big answer next week. I of course, will watch it again. Something is way wrong.
It was his change from his couch.
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