@Nick McHatton - This is not the first time we've seen a cross-Wesen relationship; In "The Thing With Feathers" in season 1, we met a Seltenvogel who was married to a Klaustreich. However, we've never (knowingly) seen the offspring of two different Wesen, only Wesen/human (Renard, the Naiads). We have met someone with two different woges (Genio innocuo/Lowen), but that was due to genetic manipulation in utero.
I completely agree with you on all counts - Person of Interest has impressed me from the very first episode, but "The Devil's Share" takes it to a whole new level. We all knew that Simmons would be dead by the end of the episode, I think, but the drama lay in how we got to that point. And was it ever intense!
Fantastic job all around, but like you I give special praise to Jim Caviezel and Kevin Chapman. They've really gone all in with their performances these past few episodes. And I'm glad I'm not the only one who noticed the Death's Head lighting effect on Reese during his flashback sequence; it was quite eerie, wasn't it? Also, kudos to the costume and makeup departments, as well. Wow!
I was somewhat baffled by the show's depiction of the police dogs - those were clearly not police dogs. For one thing, every police dog I know doesn't work with English commands! It's often Dutch, German, or French. This is partly because the cops don't want the crooks confusing the dogs with conflicting commands. Also, the police dogs I know are a ton more energetic than Raymond, and will often run rings around their partner protectively (which is part of their training, too).
I agree with you on that count. Honestly, I enjoyed the first two episodes, and I hope FOX sticks with this series instead of cancelling it right out of the gate.
I agree, as well. Part of the problem rests with the fact that, let's face it, Robbie Amell does *not* look like a teenager. The actor's what, 25 or so? But Cara's cheating on her boyfriend (while he's away helping a friend through an emotional crisis, no less) is just incredibly wrong on its own.
I was half-expecting Terney and Simmons to shoot each other when they met! Terney was a detective, after all, and taking orders from a uni has to have galled him. As for poor Laskey, I think his death was pretty much inevitable from the get-go. And Carter should know to leave Fusco to handle the fake crime scene stuff - it's exactly the sort of thing he did before Reese coopted his services. And, as has been mentioned several times, he was good at it.
That PI was seriously deranged and sick - he dragged the poor guard onto the track and *watched* as the train ran him over. Remember, he could have just shot the guy. (He did have a gun, after all.) It's one thing to kill a man, it's quite another to do it in such a sadistic fashion and stand there *watching*.
I loved Garrett telling Commissioner Moustache off. Frank is so insistent on not playing favorites with his kids that he sometimes veers *too* far! And I really wish the inspector general lady would get her head out from where the sun don't shine, because her myopic focus on money and budgetary concerns is downright ridiculous.
I don't think Rosalee and Juliette lied to the detectives at all. Split hairs, certainly, but they didn't lie outright. As for Nick, he's not culpable in any way for the bar fight incident - first, he didn't start the fight (and seemed to only go after people who were attacking him), and second, he was under the influence of a powerful drug that had been administered to him without his consent! And they have the entire Portland PD to testify as to the zombie-drug's effects. They can't prosecute Nick for the death any more than they could prosecute any of the other victims. The true guilty party is already dead.
Eric Renard better look out, because the good captain is definitely on a war path! Loved it when Sean Renard woged and started beating the stuffing out of the rage zombies in the container yard. Also, it seems to me that Nick has shown remarkable restraint as a rage zombie - as far as I could tell, he only attacked people who posed a threat to him, people who attacked or confronted him. He ignored those who ran or hid from him, and let the bartender just flee.
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