Kristina Aziz

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In Plain Sight Review: And We Hope...

*-CONTAINS SPOILERS-* As an established Marshall fan, I enjoyed this episode rather extensively. Particularly the last therapy scene where he realizes his feelings of powerlessness. Although it wasn't said, we also know that he felt powerless when Mary got shot, and guilty because he wasn't there to take care of her as she did him in "Trojan Horst". And again, one of my favorite mannerisms of Mary is employed, when she quotes Marshall's words as her own to sound wise. I must question, however, Mary's apparent uneasiness at Marshall's comment of feeling "overprotective of the women in my life" and the ensuing conversation of the therapist having a crush/minor obsession on him when she shoots the target in the head.