Except nobody knows Sara knew her killer and was only mildly annoyed to see him or her. Nobody but the killer or someone who witnessed the murder knows that detail.
Hey Audrey Nathan, since the majority of this review focused on Dwight, shouldn't you be banging the Dwight fangirl drum? As soon as they write a worthy arc for your favorites , I'll be happy bang that drum. For now, they're one note and lackluster. I don't write the show, I just review it.
Yes, Amy. As I noted, IMDB isn't a reliable source of information as it's set up as a wiki and anybody can submit updates. I have contacted Showtime directly and will modify accordingly when I receive a reply.
I have news! When Showtime announced the renewal of The Affair today, I reached out to the network for confirmation on the type of series we're watching. It is serialized and we'll see the implications of this affair into Season 2! That will make me look at things much differently going forward. Wow and YAY!
You're correct on Aasar. That was just a mistake on my part. I was tired. IMDB, by the way, is maintained by viewers. How do I know this? Because I make changes to it weekly. When Showtime changes their materials I'll change mine. Carrie isn't on top of things because in the past when she's gone off the rails, it has been intentional on her part. She stopped taking her medication. Now she's really freaking out because she ISN'T off her meds, but also sane enough to know that and wonder why she's going crazy. Scary, yes, but explored enough already. It's not called Mental Disorder, it's called Homeland. I'm sure Dennis was initially vetted by the government. He then became a drunk and an idiot, which gave the ISI their in, and allowed the US to ignore the train wreck. Would that really happen? Highly doubtful. It's unlikely a train wreck would be allowed to remain at his wife's side under such incredible circumstances. It all requires suspension of disbelief. I'm just not enjoying the show enough to give up my belief.
No, her name is spelled correctly according to CBS press resources. "Nimrat Kaur as Nasneem in Homeland (Season 4, Episode 7). - Photo: David Bloomer/SHOWTIME." Perhaps you are familiar with a different, but similar name. Thanks, though!
The Twitter stream always tells us to remember every single thing and to imagine it in a different context. I'm not bragging, because I know how lucky I am to have seen the next episode already, but it will blow your mind. This was a drop in the bucket by comparison. I can't wait for you to see it Hazel! I don't even know how to begin writing about it. Uber intrigued now? Lol
For the duration of the series, past and present, Alison has had the last name Bailey. It has no effect on her marriage. We will probably find out why she kept it, but we don't know now. You're forgetting that people can be weak by default just as they can be strong or somewhere in between. These two people, for reasons they've laid out there, are weak, yet by some measure, Alison is strong only because she survived her sons death. As for the death of Scotty? Any suspicious death is going to be investigated. If someone delives evidence that an accident could be murder, that seems natural. Since we've run into Scotty quite a bit and he saw Alison and Noah together, maybe someone reported that. As his sister in law, Alison would be questioned. We have to assume the affair was outed by the time Scotty died, or it would be of no consequence -- maybe by Scotty. It's damn confusing, but I think that makes it intriguing.
Whoopsie. That's a different discussion; about capitalism. LOL
Back at cha, Spy. :-)
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