I think that Hunter Mosely, the former sheriff is Drew. That would explain why he killed Arlo to keep him from possibly ratting him out. Now I know next week's preview shows him saying "What now, Drew" as if he's talking to Drew but I think they are tricking us with that bit to throw us off. He's probably talking to someone who's finally figured out who he is and he says something along the lines of "you're probably wondering, what now Drew". Shows love to throw us off with mixing up the order of previews.
Ok I haven't read all the comments so someone may have brought this up but I think that Hunter Mosely, the former sheriff is Drew. That would explain why he killed Arlo to keep him from possibly ratting him out. Now I know next week's preview shows him saying "What now, Drew" as if he's talking to Drew but I think they are tricking us with that bit to throw us off. He's probably talking to someone who's finally figured out who he is and he says something along the lines of "you're probably wondering, what now Drew". Shows love to throw us off with mixing up the order of previews. Just a thought.
Leo, you are not the only one watching and enjoying this show. There's no doubt that this was the best episode so far. The slow, deliberate pace up until now made this fast paced episode that much more compelling. I know that the number of viewers has dropped but hopefully this episode will reinforce for those watching that this show definitely has potential to last beyond this first season.
This show is trying to stay smart and not be too predictable and so far it is delivering. And I agree that at the very least, Paul has got to DIE!!!
For whatever reason, NCIS has never shown us what's on next unless it's the following week. Perhaps they feel that they have such a following that they don't need to entice us with previews for the next episode unless it's the following week. Now obviously things can change but the episode coming up on October 23rd should be the one with Special Coast Guard Agent Abigail Borin(Diane Neal). At least that's what she said on Twitter.
The only ones who don't have a twitter account are Cote, David and Mark who's like Gibbs in the sense of not using a lot of technology.
Thanks Janet for that. I follow all of them who have twitter accounts including Diane Neal (Abigail Borin), and all of them say it is the best atmosphere of any show they have ever worked on. They attribute it to Mark Harmon who apparently is the nicest guy in the entire world to work with. He is the epitome of class.
I have seen a lot of people commenting on how Tony is always the butt of all the jokes. Considering how many years he has pestered Mcgee, I would say turnabout is fair play. Plus I can't speak for anyone else but to me it adds to his character when he goes from jokster or butt to serious agent. Last year's "Rekindled" where he described how he saved the boy from the fire but could not save his sister was extra touching to me due to the fact that he is normally jokey and such. All of the actors on this show are very talented but I think that Michael is the most versatile. Having re-watched all of the seasons over this past summer along with the extras, it's apparent that all of the actors LOVE working on this show and don't ever want it to end. Obviously it will but hopefully not for awhile.
Tyler, you are correct. I guess what I meant to say is that it is gaining more attention for the reasons I mentioned.
Obviously Jeremy Carver is trying to change things up this season as was apparent with Jethro Tull's Locomotive Breath as the recap song vs Kansas' Carry on My Wayward Son. Also we usually have to endure 2 or 3 episodes of "distance" between Dean and Sam before they resolve their differences whereas they resolved it in about 10 minutes even if it might only be temporary.
Supernatural seems to be gaining viewers as the seasons go because I'm seeing more and more review sites writing about it. Hell there are more websites writing about it than there are ones writing about NCIS which is the number 1 show. Supernatural is definitely a great show that could go on for years if they choose. Here's hoping they do!
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