What reason does she have to come out before now? It is only Elsa's appearance that needs this action on her part. Until now, she can just fit in (just like Bo Peep did). We know nothing of her back story yet. Assuming that, as speculated, she is Elsa's real mother, that would be part of her backstory and thus a reason to come out of hiding now.
The team did not follow through on a number of potential leads. You have "Leg Guy" buying the legs yet the did not bother to try to find his source by checking his emails. If legs were being sold, why not other body parts? When they finally found the supplier, why not check HIS email to find out who else he was selling to? Also checking his Browser History would find that Kidnap Sales Site from the ending.
I rewatched the episode )on CBS.Com) and I was correct. Walter mentions founding the company. There is a Scorpion fractal on the door (you can see part of it when the gang-bangers are trying to break in). Also check over Walter's left shoulder when he is having the argument with Gallo. There is a Company Plaque on the wall. You get a better look at it when he is pulled aside by the girl for a talking-to. It says Scorpion and has a drawing of one on it.
"In Scorpion Season 1 Episode 1, we learn that Scorpion refers to Walter. In Scorpion Season 1 Episode 2, Scorpion now refers to the entire team." I have to rewatch the opening of S1E01 but I have the impression that the company/group that Walter established was called Scorpion so from the start it referred to the group. That was his hacker codename in the flashback when the FBI raided him as a child so the claim that it referred to him was also correct.
What was that item that Henry found on the bridge? Since he got killed by the car (and thus lost it when he teleported to the river) it did not seem to help solve the murder.
"If Clara is, in fact, one of Orson's grandparents". He is the descendent of Danny Pink . Danny is due in a few episodes to finally meet the Doctor and become a companion. Thus the stories that Orson references are about Denny's travels with the Doctor.
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I loved his reference to "Fantastic Voyage" (and other movies where they shrank the characters to explore inside someone) when he said "Great Movie Plot" but his follow up had me ROTFL'ing.
I loved all the references to prior adventures for long time fans. They did however get one wrong. The Doctor references the clockwork monsters as being from a ship similar to the one in "Girl in the Fireplace". While this is correct, he NAMED the ship when he referred to it. He never knew the name of the ship. The episode ended with him wondering why they were so intent on Madame de Pompadour but never finding out. The reason was only revealed to the viewer at the end of the episode after the Tardis fades out and on the wall behind where it was is a painting of Madame de Pompadour (with a name plaque under it) followed by another shot of the ship in space with it rotating to show the ship name as "Madame de Pompadour" (all prior shots of the outside of the ship did not show the ship name).
Is it that Jessica does not like him or just as she stated when he wanted his name there as his reward that she feels he is not (yet) ready to be a "Name Partner"? That "yet" is important. It is the difference between her feeling about him not being qualified or just not ready.
I wonder if he REALLY wants his name on the door right now or is just trying to get Jessica to submit so he can then turn around and reject her submission to his demand. As the reviewer said, does he really want to be a name partner in the firm given the circumstances?
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