Glad you liked it, but this one just wasn't doing it for me. But yes, giving Fusco more screen time was a definite plus.
Thanks on the title. It's good to hear that Ryan will get a few wins in too. I want to see him get the upper hand every now and again, and even those moments where he was talking to Luke on the phone worked great for that.
I think the twins have been a great addition to the show. Plus, they seem fresh faced in their craziness, but I'm sure Joe Carroll has plenty of insane things to come. Curious as to how the twins and Joe will end up connecting.
I have thought that, but I'm kind of hoping that isn't the case. You never know though, anyone can be a follower.
Blown away once again. This was an outstanding piece of work on every level. If it wasn't obvious before, with these final hours, this show will go down as one of the best shows on television ever.
@anonymous - That's definitely a good theory. It really feels like Joe Mills as the killer seems too simple, right? Especially with two more episodes to go.
@NickiK - I agree about Henderson and even Becker. I just feel like with this show, there's something more with them we've yet to uncover. Curious how the final eps will play out.
@Elissa - You are right Elissa, I went back to look. I guess I got the two mixed up. Thanks for seeing that!
@SavhCaro - Didn't know that one but great catch!
@Virg - I agree about not losing the show about people, and although it did focus on the Machine, I think there has been overall (and hopefully for S3) a continuation of the balance between machine mythology and characters involved.
@boonies and Mr. Finch - Glad to see he did the cameo. I just checked again and saw Greg Plageman like you said. Very cool getting those 2 on screen is only for the split second.
Now I'm not positive and wanted to put this out there to see if anyone else noticed, but was that a cameo from Jonathan Nolan at the very end of the episode walking past Root in the glasses? I swear it looked like him.
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