So in simpler terms for someone like myself, who is not as well versed and doesn't read as much as you, except maybe here, while the end game maybe the same, it's fascinating to see the different perspectives on how they got there. That's why I love this show, because it's like watching 2 stories at once. Actually 3 if you take in the account they are giving the detective. I am jealous that you are already through episode 4 but I have to ask, do they continue with the dual perspectives S/L?Can't find the upcoming episodes, slide show.
Comment modified at October 20, 2014 18:00
I agree that the dual perspectives are what makes this show riveting, and again not just for how they view each other, but also the people in their lives, but didn't get a little confusing when they added the element of possibly lying, especially to the detective, on how they remember the past . I get all of the intriguing S/L but I was left scratching my head on a few points. Almost comes across as a crime drama, with an affair thrown in as a base line. I like it.
Just gotta say, I am really growing tired of Jenna. Her lying and hypocritical behavior looking just like last season with Colin. She just slept with another guy, who she really doesn't even know, let alone has been on a date with, yet she's mad at Mattie for something he did 2 years ago. What is this, guy number 4 and still in high school? Really don't think she deserves Mattie. Hopefully Owen is found out to be a big player and the Virgin deal was just a pickup line. And what happened to the college admission story?
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