I don't think Jo was going to say what most and probably Jenry fans thought she was going to say. (It has nothing to do with whether I'm for or against them ever getting together.) It's more that she could have said anything to finish that sentence. She could have finished it 'I want to go with someone I can get lost with, not someone who plans out our whole time there.', or 'I'm not ready to move on as I thought I was.', or 'I didn't want to go away with a guy I've only know for a short time.' or yes 'I want to go with you Henry.' Jo, to me, seemed like she was still a bit confused herself as to why she didn't go with Isaac. That though doesn't mean that she wasn't confused as to why Henry had factored into her not going if he did that is. As for any change in their chemistry, I chalk it up to the addition of the love interests. To me when ever you have two characters that care for each other or have chemistry and then you introduce love interests then the chemistry is either changed or not shown as much, which in the end changes things. Though that's my opinion of course. I have a dislike of rich people so I didn't like Isaac, and his last scene with Jo really brought up one reason why I don't like rich people. Cuba though did a good job with the character so I wasn't saying 'Can Isaac just be gone now.' I'm kind of surprised Henry didn't suspect that the kidnapping was a fake when he said that Ava did a tourniquet, I mean how many people would have had knowledge of how to do that. I mean sure she probably would have since her brother was a former doctor in the army back in Cuba but I don't believe that was revealed at the time Henry said that she applied her tourniquet. As for whether Jo and Henry get together, I don't really care. I mean to me they have the type of friendship where the possibility exists that they could end up together, or at least try a relationship, or where they just stay friends and don't ever try a relationship. (That probably makes more sense in my head then it does written out.) I just don't think that that Jo was going to admit that she has feelings for Henry in that scene, it was just meant to look like she was. Now I could be wrong, we'll all just have to wait and see what happens. I wonder in the next episode if Henry would say that the woman matters because she's Abe's mother or it maybe connected to Abe's mother when Jo asks why he cares so much about a 30 year old case? I mean I doubt he's going to tell the truth that the woman in the 30 year old case may or may not have been his wife.
I believe it's been mention a few times that Paige has a babysitter for Ralph. Cabe mentioned having Homeland pay for the person everyone went to be with Syl in the hospital and I believe they have shown her picking Ralph up from a babysitter. Not sure if any refrence has been made since Drew has shown up though, so one would assume that a babysitter hasn't been used as much since he's arrived. Yeah Paige hasn't been "Translating" as much as one would expect especially since that was the reason Walter said that she is part of the team in opening of each episode. So it would lead one to wonder if there was another reason she was hired. (Ie. Like he didn't want what happened to him when he was little to happen to Ralph and he likes Paige.) Though one can also say that they don't seem to either have the cases or aren't in situations where Pagie need to "translate" for them as much.
I hate love triangles, so I was over it the moment it started. I said somewhere though when they were talking about some suprise for the finale concerning Paige and Walter that watch it be that Drew proposes to Paige. I mean to me it's easy to see that coming. Paige goes on cases as a "translator" between the team and everyone else. I mean sure cabe can do that but really does anyone think he would have the time with trying to protect the team and chase the bad guys. Ralph should be on her mind, but I'm sure when your in a dangerous position your probably thinking about getting though everything that you don't think about anything else. Besides most time when they take a case it doesn't seem dangerous until after they started it. (I mean they thought it would be easy and simple to protect Maya until after they were ambushed because of the mole.) And this sounds callous of me but to me if you start something you have to see it through until the end no matter what. Besides technically it's not like Ralph has nobody to take care of him, I mean there is Drew.
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