I can sort of handwave the clones as reasonable doubt thing, I think, with the fact that maybe there's some loophole futuristic law about it?
But also, if Ethan Avery said "my clones did it!" or mentioned anything about the clones, he's admitting to having clones of himself in the first place, which is illegal. And while he's an egomaniac, the clones did see themselves as family, so their desire to protect themselves and one another doesn't seem *too* sloppy to me.
I loved everything about Maya. I'd like to see her again.
I agree. Better.
I did really love this episode. The psychic and Dorian's interactions with her were some of my favorite parts of the night.
I think we're missing the build up of Stahl/Kennex because of the out of order airings, which is just one of my reasons for hating that we're not seeing the storyline progress in the order in which it was originally intended.
I know! It's so awkward that Dorian knows so much but doesn't know not to flash his partner, but it was also so hilarious that I didn't mind. Those two together are fantastic in my eyes.
We have no idea, nate! Some have speculated that it was done because the series has a short-run (13 episodes) and showrunners wanted to hook viewers by showing the later episodes, which are presumably when things like Dorian's malfunctions and Kennex/Stahl would happe, earlier. I still say it was a bad move.
Mike Kelley lobbied HARD for Revenge to follow the cable model of shorter seasons and ABC shot him down. Then fired him. Then watched as networks everywhere (themselves included) started finding success with shortened seasons.
Lesson learned, ABC. Lesson learned.
I think we'll have to agree to disagree. Huck is one of the best parts of this show. He's quite layered, actually, and has one of the most fleshed-out backstories of any of the principal cast. He's incredibly broken and damaged and also fiercely loyal and protective of those he loves. Team Huck.
I think there's also the possibility that she had to have sex with Charlie in order to make him believe that she's gone full B613. Whatever she and Huck talked about in between him pulling her molars out, it was important and related to Charlie.
I really just wanted her to kiss him. Really.
I also wish that the Cami/Davina scene had come earlier in the episode but having been on set and listened to all of the leads talk about the January episode, ending with Cami/Davina was a good setup for The Casket Girls.
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