Okay folks I am going to make a call here that should get your attention, I just watched this episode online because I was watching the Bears Packers game Monday and as I was watching the Arthur Bernard character help Crane forgive himself it dawned on me that Abbie and her sister are ancestors of Bernard and thats why these three have such a bond. Food for thought isnt it. Loved the baseball opening great stuff and it was a delight to see John Noble back doing his thing. He was so brilliant in Fringe and should have won an Emmy or two IMO for his work on it. This show is very very good. If Tom Mison doesnt get a starring role in a movie after this show Hollywood deal makers really have their heads up their butts.
I was wondering that maybe the reason they have apparently killed off Monroe only to bring him back is to give some real momentum to making him a character the viewers can have a much more positive feeling. If they can pull it off and it appears they might do it, it would be a bit of a feat on their part.
I assume I am not the only one who didnt believe that Monroe would be killed off because this is after all a TV and he plays a key role in it. Because of that when I saw Rachel with the needle used to execute him I wondered is this going to be a fake out where she actually has a liquid that will appear to have killed him but really does not. Of course when I saw Rachel with the shovel that confirmed for me at least that this is in fact what happened. It would appear Charlie's lecture about Rachel not always being right about everything hit home with here. That coupled with Miles telling her they cant beat the Patriots without Monroe ties things together for me at least. Did anyone else suspect that Rachel put into play faking Monroe's death?
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