@sonde: I agree. I kind of knew instinctively when he asked Hotch to excuse him while he "hit the head" that he was going to go throw up. His revulsion of the man came through so clearly. How he managed to maintain any sense of calm while the guy was trying to work him, manipulate him, was amazing - and it proved to me how great an actor the guy is. Actually - both of them in this case.
@Michael: it doesn't seem clear where he was, exactly. But I'm certain it's the same place he was at in the opening scene. The last scene was him finishing the restoration that he was working on at the beginning.
@Aimee: THANK YOU! I recall humming along with the song while watching it - and never clued into its title and its complete relevance to Bo.
Loved this episode. There were enough loose ends left to make us want to tune in for the next season. I think Tamsin was on a bender out of guilt. Remember she tried to tell Dyson something - I think she was going to tell him about the hairs she took and about how Bo's about to be attacked by the Dark Fae. Only she never got the chance to finish her comment. Wish I could recall the song from the carousel. I think it might be important too.
I just about killed myself laughing at the goldfish horror show. Loved the episode.
@Jeremy: Sir. Yes sir!
Mistake corrected. Thank you for that.
@WatchesTooMuch Acacia's hand was in the box. This is what prompted Tamsin to fulfill her task on gathering all of those hairs.
I liked the episode, specifically because we're now seeing (as we did last episode, when she brought Dyson back to life) more of Bo exercising her phenomenal powers.
What an amazingly great choice. I can't wait to see her in the role.
@Katie: the nanny movie references Tony made were "Sound of Music", " Mary Poppins" and "Mrs. Doubtfire". Two of them were old movies and I think one of them might qualify as ancient, so you can't be faulted for not getting them. ;)
The writing in this episode was great, too, as evidenced by the compelling characterization of the dead woman, who we only met briefly in the scene in which she was killed. A hard-ass stickler for the rules, with a heart of gold, and the courage to go with it. This was a stellar episode.
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