That whole scene between Amy and Sameer was a real tear jerker. When he asked if that counted as rape, I was floored. Smh. The whole thing was tragic.
Wait a minute, Allison is a CIA Station Chief and she answers a knock on her door at night (Saul) without looking to see who's on the other side? She deserves to go down.
Natalie jumping ship happened too quick. Every step in this process, Alex has looked more and more guilty to the public, while everyone on the inside is getting more convinced that she is innocent. I did not really understand how Liam was able to get custody of Alex again, I felt like it was because they had proof she was innocent and we plotting to loor the bad guy out. I guess I'll have to go back and rewards that part. Not sure why Doctor was part of story other than to point out Simon's persistence and maybe what got him kicked out of Quantico. I don't know where everyone is getting that Liam falls in love with Alex....
I really hated this episode. Imagine if the sexes had been reversed and a forty-something man had kidnapped and raped a twenty-something woman, and then stripped her and covered with petrol? Would we now be expected to believe that she would be drawn back to him, kiss him and follow him?
Ok, someone fill me in on who Galavan becomes...................... And did anyone catch who looked to be Fish Mooney in one of those tanks???????
With Robin's words, she should just stop watching completely. These people do not represent me. I am a TRUE Caskett fan. No matter what they do to them, it will always be Caskett. Maybe I'm not as critical because I ENJOY each program instead of criticizing.
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I agree with you. It´s not even about being a true caskett fan, because I can see where she comes from (there are 1 or 2 things I also didn´t like this season), but...criticizing every single point? Wanting every single character, except Perlmutter, gone?! I don´t know if she was "having a bad day" but when someone bashes a show like this it´s better (for the show and the person) to just stop watching, at least imo.
so when the writers change the characters that barely resemble how they have been written for six+ seasons ( season 7 was passable, but not great) you just buy it? sorry. you are in a very small minority.
i was on the edge of my seat during the haircut scene.
I really enjoyed this episode. Hanzee killing Dodd made perfect sense, for the reasons mentioned in the article. By the time Hanzee got to the cabin he'd had so much racist crap dumped on him he was totally done, even when the slurs came from his boss, Dodd. I also think that maybe Hanzee knew that Peggy was going to kill him, but he asked her to cut his hair anyway. He was tired of this life. I hope he survives this mess, but I seriously doubt it. When Peggy looked up from the movie and saw all the ropes on the floor and no Dodd, I actually jumped in my seat. I'm on pins and needles now, wondering how they're going to wrap this up. For some folks this definitely isn't going to end well.
Caralynn you outdid yourself on this last review....IT WAS WONDERFUL....Although I saw this episode last night, after reading your amazing review, I'm going to watch it again. Watching FARGO on a large HDTV, in the afternoon, is one of the joyous ways to spend your retirement. And to GUEST: I suspect the symbols, the hovering lights over the WAFFLE HUT, and the quote from WAR OF THE WORLDS, may be connected to a complication, to come.
That was some review! Almost as engaging as the episode itself! One question: what was up with the candles and wine that Constance had all laid out, prior to Hanzee showing up? Was all that effort aimed at Peggy, who was supposed to be on her way to the hotel? Does Constance have a thing for her?
Yep. Constance was going to woo Peggy. She's been subtly hitting on her all season.
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