I absolutely loved this episode. Dutch going off on her own to protect her crew was just like her, but in the end realizing she needs them was even better. Also finding out that Dutch has already confided in Johnny just proves the bond between these two. As for Fancy Lee, I think I love him a little. All right a lot. The man is delightful and I'd love to see him interact with the team in the future, especially Johnny. Pawter has some issues, but I can't help but like her. I would like to see more of who she is and learn about her without it being about D'avin. D'avin is still the only weak link for me in a show that I'm absolutely obsessed with. I just can't quite warm to his character the way I have with everyone else, including secondary characters. I like him more than I did in the pilot, but it is a real slow grow for me. I'd rather see a little less focus on him and more on Johnny in terms of which is the more interesting Jaqobis brothers. The show clearly thinks he is the heartthrob, but personally I prefer the smart, good hearted brother any day. I missed Lucy sass this week. I hope she makes a strong return next week. Honestly the only "ship" I'm interested on this show is our lovely Lucy.
Who were the actors who played the doctor tylers parents?
I had the feeling when I first saw the priest that he was the actual ghost...like you said it was strange that he was there alone for an exorcism. That being said, the priest was there for an exorcism of sorts...he was there to exorcise the guilt that had been weighing Cat down for all these years. It is far easier to forgive someone else than to forgive yourself...even if you weren't to blame. And the "sale" he was trying to make was to persuade Cat to believe again.
I think Will will die next episode.
Great news! I'm loving it :)
I know this was probably tongue in cheek, but how can you, on the one hand, suggest they'd all be better off if Leila ran the country, and on the other hand, admit that her only priority is power. Isn't that what got all the Al-Fayeeds (and all dictators) in trouble in the first place?
Well, all leaders have to have some aspiration to power or they wouldn't be where they are. But Leila would be better than Jamal primarily because she's sane. She's a complicated character and though we've seen her have her "I want it my way and I want it now" fits, info think that she usually recognizes that you need the people and the press on your side to rule effectively in the modern world. She's also shown a fair amount of concern about Abuddin's lasting legacy in the world (and by extension her own). I wouldn't say she's the best choice, but she's a million times better than an unstable narcissitc sociopath.
Look forward to the episode. I think this series could be stronger if was a little more ambitious. First two seasons would have been better if it was more about the 'fixing' and less about the family. Would love to see this show move into Sopranos territory, since Donovan/Schreiber is great along with Mr Morell and Jon Voight.
This is one of the better reviews I've read because of its honesty. Too many reviews online are way too charitable to this season. It's just not good television. The casting is bad (Vince Vaughn), the dialogue is bad, the plot is poorly presented. I think we get a lot of the Twin Peaks atmosphere especially in the first few episodes mainly because the show doesn't have any real substance.
I've decided to cut the episodes down to decent moments. I don't think I'm going to be able to circle around and tie them all together with a big bow and find any kind of happy ending in a sensical way, but it's not going to do any good to slam my head against the wall watching the final two, either.
I'll slam my head against the wall for you. I just think it's a shame, a missed opportunity. Pizzolatto should have had a chaperone for this season after his youthful one-off last time. Cringeworthy bad dialogue shouldn't even make it on air in this day and age.
I really like the new character Gates Foley, he has a mysterious nature about him that is really compelling (plus I love that his character was listening to "Jungle" by Jamie N Commons and X Ambassadors when he was working at his desk Claire arrived with a bottle of whiskey to ask him for a favor.) The obvious sexual tension between Gates and Claire also seems like it could make for some promising plot developments. Here's hoping that the injection of a new prime character into the Vega storyline will help it catch up with the other two, because that is moving along kinda slowly while the others are full speed ahead.
It wasn't the mother with a gun; it was a lookalike detective Jane spotted near the elevator after Vince told Jane the late Dr. Foley had diagnosed Daniel as a narcissist.
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