The use of the term Tombstone was established early so Forstman using it was consistent although he might have also had a secondary meaning to his statement (the one being alluded to). OTOH: I also wondered if Mike was going to go to his boss and explain why he had not gone with the deal yet (ie: If/When he did he would be screwing the boss out of any part of the deal).
Comment modified at July 29, 2014 08:58
It looks like they are gearing up for a major cliffhanger and plot-line reset like they did with the ending of last year's season finale and the start of this season. In terms of the review, Brad's recovery of the Cylinder Item was not mentioned. Hopefully its significance will be covered next week. At this point both Liber8 and the Freelancers look like they have had their plotlines ended. I think most of the other major plotlines are also resolved so it will be interesting to see what happens next week.
Comment modified at July 29, 2014 08:59
The question of when events occur must be viewed separately from when they air in the episodes. Just because an event occurs in a 2012 episode or a 2013 one does not mean that there is a 1 year gap between these events in the story's continuity. Thus the "Three Months Earlier" caption only means that the bodies being stolen (as well as the revival) were 3 months before the events we are seeing in S3E12. The bodies being taken by the Freelancers occurred in season 1 and was a length of time after Chen died (thus the statement that it was months when he was told that he was dead for months before being revived). To see the length of time that has elapsed between events you need to view the episodes to see if they state time spans. The events in Season 3 occur over a time span of (possibly) a month. It took a few episodes to cover the replay of the week that was represented by the backwards time jump. It might be interesting to see a timeline listing of when events occurred in the different timelines.
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