I wonder if the plan is to have us "catch up" to the flash-forwards and then proceed from there. Last week's episode was 7 weeks prior and last night's was 6 weeks prior. That means we might see all the flash-forwards as a single "linear" episode around episode 10 or 11, and see the subsequent events through the end of the season. Just a guess....
To quote Bonnie, though not aimed an anyone in particular, "Bitch, please" indeed (best line in the episode, BTW). Any resemblance between the legal proceedings on this show and legal proceedings in the real world are pure coincidence. We ALL know that Laurel and Connor were conveniently not identified as perpetrators of jury tampering. Glad to see a story line focus on Laurel. While I was starting to like her as one of the most genuine of the group, this episode kinda blew that impression for me. While her motives regarding the case seemed genuine, her actions were not--and then after she enjoys "foreplay" with Frank and does a quasi-walk of shame directly to "the main event" with Khan, her "nobility" goes out the window. And now that Frank owes her a favor, she's probably gonna use him to cover her ass. A question I had after this ep's big reveal is....if the nude selfie was taken in the house, how'd it get on Lila's phone? Oh sure...Sam could have taken it and SENT it to Lila....or did Lila take it herself while she was in the house? Hmmmmm....... Oh...and what did Rebecca mean by "They were in on it together?" Who? In on what? As for hot Nate, the writers are just dragging this out for all its worth. A representative of Annalise's firm ruined his career and he wants f*ck all to do with her, but she keeps showing up on his doorstep. You can practically smell the desperation through the screen--sure he's nice to look at, but it's gettin' to be overkill (no pun intended). Lastly, I agree with the other posters...the flash-forwards are getting too repetitive. While we get a new nugget of information during each one, it's not very earth-shattering (Anyone NOT think that Laurel would sleep with Frank?).
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An enjoyable episode, but basically "filler"--the writers were "moving" things into place for the next episode(s). I agree with TiffanyO about Prom Queen--if she's not throwing hissy fits in real time, she's losing her shit during the flash-forwards. What's to like or get to know about her? Feel bad for Connor, but not too bad; apparently, his shenanigans are having consequences (as they should) and he's learning about accountability the hard way. Now, maybe my coffee hasn't kicked in or I'm just being obtuse or both, and I KNOW this'll probably a "face palm" moment when someone clarifies it for me, but.......was there really a crime? Shares were bought using Marren's computer (BTW, LOVES me some Elizabeth Perkins...always have) and we learn that three employees conspired to frame her by using her computer to buy the stock. However, were the shares traced to the employees' personal finances? I SUPPOSE hacking a computer, even a computer at your own place of employment, could be considered criminal, but other than getting the two brokers to roll on each other, I didn't see any "smoking gun" and I didn't hear what the charges were.
Wanna know where Fornell was? In New Orleans. How do I know? Well, he's on next week's episode of NCIS: NO. Yep...another crossover cameo. This is getting old....but that's a topic for another board. Carry on.....
I'll second both of those observations. I don't like Sebastian--he's smart and effective, but he's also kinda creepy.
He also played one of the police detectives in Law&Order:UK. Wonder if he'll play the part with the English accent or adopt an American one.
Um...an armored prisoner transport vehicle nearly runs you off the road, prisoners escape, and you WATCH...and offer HELP? #DRIVEAWAYSTUPID!!!!!!!!!!
Escapist fun, even if it is over-the-top. Line I enjoyed the most:"You cross me on this, I'll go online, and in less than an hour, I will erase you."The amusing part is that the agent knew he could do it.
I'm not sure fans are gonna stick around for 3 more seasons of Sheldon's social retardation; I'm at the point where I enjoy the NON-SHELDON stories more. I am sooooooooo waiting for Amy to come to her senses, kick Sheldon to the curb.......and start dating Stuart. Every trip to the comic book store would be AGONY for Sheldon.
Whether Mike is alive or not, Paige's career is toast. Makes sense since she's lost her fucking mind and become a HOT BUTTERED MESS!!!!! If Mike's alive, then she can't be trusted and should be put on the next bus outta town and "burned." If Mike's NOT alive, then she's an accessory to murder...of a federal agent. BTW, Limey git jumps an entire story onto a hard concrete floor and DOESN'T sustain any significant injury? As the Brits say, "pull the other one."
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