I didn't see what Alice said to Virginia as her putting her in her place. She knows her husband, and for some reason loves him despite his indiscretions. It was incredibly uncomfortable for Virginia on all fronts as everybody portended to know her and assumed she had no idea what she wanted. The way everyone talks about her like they're the experts and she's a bystander for her own life makes me wish I had met the woman and she had seen this series. She must be rolling over in her grave.
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I've skimmed the episode again and decided you're right. Something here doesn't add up. I'm going with this is all a plant. I'm still shocked they have the poker, but out in the open like that is too fishy. If we saw it as ridiculous, so did the writers. Ray knows Cochran and is trying to get him to do exactly what he did. To bring down Finney? I'm getting ready to watch right now (writer perks!), so I'm about to find out. Squeeeee!
Sarah wasn't forgotten, but there were no photographs available of her for Hawaii Five-0. American Crime doesn't return until spring.
I didn't give Cochran enough credit as the man scorned. Pitting Ray and Finney against each other is pretty good. I discounted the entrance of Lee into the picture, and he will be acting as Ray's attorney as Ray's already being picked up for the murder. I didn't see that coming. Considering it's the end of the season and time for a regime change, it's altogether possible Andrew Finney will somehow go down for this Varick thing to keep Paige in the story for Season 4, running her father's business as his successor. Using the affair between Finney and Varick could work somehow. I just looked at it from the wrong angle with all the Avi evidence and the goofball aspects of Cochran. It could go in so many directions!
Perfect. NOW I remember that. Slapping myself for completely forgetting that conversation.Thank you!
I was at my mum's today, and we had a good laugh over that line. We are not meek women, and while I wouldn't have added the C word, it was perfectly in character and made my night that Abby did. I heard KC and the Sunshine Band tonight and was rite back there! Uh huh uh huh. (LMAO...just noticed I typed rite instead of right. I'm watching Impastor!)
They called his name before coming inside to see who was there. Weird. :-/
I could definitely see something happening to Teresa, but now I think it would serve everyone right for starting their life out with lies. Finding nothing in a background check is also worrisome. Heck, even I'm not clean as a whistle. Even rewatching the dancing scene, I still see a slight smile on Ray's face. Terry could fall for Abby, but would it really cause a big rift under the circumstances? I don't think she'd feel the same, or ever act on it even if she did. And if something did happen, I'd imagine Ray being angrier at Abby than Terry, which doesn't seem like that big of a deal. Been there, done that. Am I missing more serious ramifications?
As a viewer, I totally agree about Bunch and Daryll. I just don't know how Lady Cop sussed that out so quickly since she didn't seem wholly tuned into Mickey, which is how he got away in the first place. I enjoyed the kids' stories a lot more last year. Conor is nonexistent and Bridget? Ugh. I'm really glad they brought Terry into the fold, as it's making Abby even more bearable. Overall, however, I think she's on an upward trajectory this season. This was my favorite episode in a while. It really had a little of everything and next week looks pretty good, too.
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