P.S. to my earlier comments: While I'm loving all these observations from different viewers, it's finally occurred to me that the fact that Parker's 'caper' was instrumental in saving Amy from being kidnapped, and possibly worse, then her family could feel some obligation to her in the future. This could set things up for some interesting alliances as needed in future jobs. Meanwhile, adding another aspect to the Parker/Amy chemistry, they were almost like mentor/teacher and protege/student. Fascinating to watch!
Great review, Jim, especially since I agree with you, point by point! I watched the first showing, then made my husband catch the second run, specifically because I wanted him to watch the Amy character. To me, it wasn't only everything she did in this episode, but the fact that she has major global connections through her family's business interests. I can see her combining her desire to do good with her ability to control some serious resources and power to help the team once in a while. Lots of potential there. Besides, Aarti Mann his real screen presence and great chemistry with Beth Riesgraf as Parker when they were working in scenes together. The seemingly naive and shy Amy really helped bring out the softer side of Parker. Great episode!
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