"He had some flammable liquid poured on him. It had to smell to high holy heck" And the bullet wound...don't forget the bullet wound. A bleeding man walks into a restaurant and they serve him dinner without blinking? Really?
While the premise was unique (operatives from different agencies teaming up), the story arcs proceeded very much like "Burn Notice"--the finale sets up a cliffhanger, which gets resolved in the next season premiere and gives rise to a new arc. I enjoyed the first two seasons, but when I realized I'd "seen this before", I skipped the third season.
"Famke is killing it as Eve" Pun intended? :-)
Thanks. Maybe the mansion has private security? Or it could be the siblings as you suggest.
Yes...that's the guy who approached her in the courthouse. I think he knows she's the one texting him from Rebecca's phone.
Maybe Michaela meant the police? I forget...was there the sound of police sirens approaching the house?
I'm gonna go a bit rogue here and suggest that this time, Asher somehow gets involved. He's been on the outside up to now, but his playing spy for Emily Sinclair (annoying as f*ck, BTW) during Nate's hearing clearly pissed him off and he felt vindicated when the judge dropped the charges. Then Sinclair tells him that she's now the prosecutor for the siblings' case and will be Annalise's opposing counsel. I don't think it's quite over between them and it may push Asher over the edge. "But he's not in the flash-forwards--only the other four are.", you say. Ah...he's not in the flash-forwards....YET!!!!!!!
"I think I remember originally this series was supposed to be a limited one. So does that mean this season will be the last?" That's an interesting prospect, although I think most of us are hoping it isn't true. Still, three people are dead, with a fourth "to follow." It doesn't seem plausible that these folks could increase the body count and not have it catch up with them.
Best line of the episode: Annalise (to the siblings): Go home....and don't kill anybody. *mic drop*
"...that little girl would have a) still been in recovery and b) been on immunosuppressants...." I'm also curious as to whether an adult heart would even fit into the chest cavity of a child.
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