Hmmm... Must have been a clerical error. I never was a good secretary.
They've pulled the old switcheraoo. Elizabeth has found her heart and Philip has lost a bit of his while juggling two marriages, almost out of necessity. I wonder if Claudia had something to do with the Connors' deaths. She's due to come back.
I didn't think they would tell Paige the truth, either, until she burned the letter. Now I wonder if with the snooping and the reality that they are so completely different than who they have brought Paige and Henry up to be if they might not start steering Paige, at least, in the direction to learn about her roots.
Either that or we're coming to a point in the story where they start to question their own loyalties for the sake of their children. The show is called The Americans, after all. At what point do they stop being spies and start being parents or vice versa? What happened to the Connors completely threw Elizabeth off her game and it seems like it could take a sharp left or right for her. Do you think she can continue playing the middle with her family? Either way, it's riveting.
I did have access to a press screener, yes. It wasn't still being aired Eastern time, however. Perhaps the second airing.
Thanks for the heads up. Corrected! What did you think of the episode?
You're entitled to your opinion. I'm not sure where you ever got the idea I would discourage anyone's opinions on this or any show. I'd love to read all of your criticism of my past reviews. My email is on the site. Feel free to send me your thoughts. I look forward to reading them.
I'm leaving the door wide open for pretty much anything. That's why I wrote a rather ambiguous "what if" type of review. Not many people bit, but I like your idea. If that's not where Resurrection is going, you should write the script! ;-)
Hi Juli, thanks for your insightful comment. My reviews throughout the season have been very honest and some episodes were very highly praised. I liked the new direction of the show, but the attempt to fix the outward flow of viewers was worse than staying the course. Seeing the story suffer in the long run to stem the bleed in the short term seems counter productive. A difference of opinion brings out the true Beastie.
From your fingers to fictions ears Alicia! ;-)
Thanks for being the first comment in what will be an overwhelming wash of negativity coming my way. I shall be very unpopular going forward, but I can't watch the show with blinders on. Thanks for dropping by Jen!!
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