I don't have starz but would be willing to pay just to watch this!!
By the way TVFanatic... who's the guy on the left in the cover photo (furthest left, next to Miranda)?Was that who was originally supposed to play Liam?
She risked her life and definitely her career to save her. So either the best cover EVER or highly unlikely (re Miranda twist).I definitely figured she wanted Nimah and her sister to infiltrate her son's group. So it made sense to suspect him in the bombing. Would be interesting, and it's possible he somehow had access to extra info b/c of his mom?
Regarding the Unknown group, it was pretty clear that they were a parallel to Anonymous, who probably knew I was going to type that before I did. They know basically everything. And are INCREDIBLY suspicious of our government because they know all the lies and reveal truth - that's their deal. I don't think they were suspicious of her or they would not have even bothered with the interview. I think they were suspicious of the cover story, and were simply vetting her before they proceeded. More of a confirmation of what they already thought versus changing their mind.
I thought he was just making a joke (I've heard that said before). But that's just a total guess at this point. I just figured he was messing with what's his face.
I think the memories happened before they went to Camelot, didn't they (not 100% sure). If they DID, then that's why they were exempt.I can't recall if she met her upon landing in camelot, or just the other verse.
I think you're right. Greater good. I bet he thought he could save more people that way and didn't think his plan for his part would actually work.
I was with you until Paige found that stuff in his car: medal of valor, he was a firefighter - there's something to him. I can't imagine the writers bringing him on just for what he is.I bet he'll bring some value. Heck, Paige even does (as evidenced in her actually pretty cool chat with Peri Gilpin).
I'm hoping this is a "keep your enemies closer" thing.
Her actions at her apartment made sense to me. First priority was escaping, second was clues. Plus, anything she finds could be dismissed in court as inadmissible as it wasn't in a chain of custody. So even though she could find something, it may not help her. It could be enough for them to investigate further, but alone would do nothing. Plus, remember, NONE of that was there when she left. It wasn't that she had to look for a hidden clue - the whole freaking place was set up. Imagine walking into your home, and someone moved every one of your belongings and changed everything - all the changes would take so much time to process, you might not know where to start. She didn't know how much time she would have, so it makes sense that she'd gather what she can and then try to look around, but she didn't even get to the second part b/c what's-her-face showed up. I agree that I strongly dislike them being romantic rivals. Brains rivals? sure. But let's not trivialize them! And, I was pretty surprised to hear her say "love" re Booth. Re: Miranda - the scene was meant to show she was struggling with "why do we do this" AND show how well Liam knows her. That could be valuable later either in showing how he played her b/c he knows her, or her ability to reason with him that this whole thing is crazy. Reading Liam's reactions, while I think he was shady as all hell throughout, I don't THINK he's behind framing her, he almost looked disappointed when Booth said it was her who shot him. I DO wish he could have said that he didn't see who, but do something else that keeps suspicion on her, but that's just my nitpick. It does seem like they're "all secretive", but we're focusing on about 6 characters in a room of over 100, so I don't think it's really that bad :D
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