I really enjoyed this episode. Lots of action and lots of explanation. So we find out why Randall wanted to "turn off the pwer." It was heartbreaking watching him and his wife grieve over their son's death. And it was chilling to see how some people can turn grief into vengence.
So they're not going to tell us yet what that device was that Rachel pulled out of her son's body. It doesn't seem to respond to Randall's "ping" of the amplifiers.
What has happened to Jake? We know he left his father, but where has he gone. And daddy is none to happy to be left out of Bas's plans with Randall.
Sad to see Mile's old fighting partner get pulled back into the mess and to lose his new family. Something tells me their renewed partnership is gonna be rough.
That Charlie. She's one tough cookie.
And what is Nathan's relationship with Rachel and Ben?
The tower? What is this? A J.R.R. Tolkien story? I wonder what went wrong at the tower and how Rachel is going to get there and "fix" it, or something.
Kripke manages to make me think of "Supernatural" with this show. Miles saying that people like them don't have families....that only gets them killed.....right out of the Dean and Sam playbook.
I love this show. Looking forward to next week.....as usual.
Post by AntiArbitrator on Apr 3, 2013 15:18:08 GMT -5
This episode has the same title as this week's "Justified" episode, which caused some confusion for me. But the episodes are nothing alike. I enjoyed this episode - no complaints. Action galore. "You're surrounded." I thought, surrounded by 3 people? It was enough. I love watching Miles in hand-to-hand combat and this time he had help. It is a shame Miles' fighting partner had to lose his family, but staying together would have kept her in danger. I think she will get over it since she did not even consider listening to his side of the story.
I thought of "The Dark Tower" when they were talking about a problem with the tower. It seems Randall planned to turn off the power of the enemy, but now he is convinced that the outcome is okay. He seems to have no regrets.
Charlie is tough and she seems more mature. In the beginning, she tried to dictate to more experienced people like Miles, but she has now earned the right to make some important decisions.
I almost feel sorry for Neville because he seems to idolize Monroe and Monroe responded to him that he trusts no one. That had to hurt, but Neville also hurts his own son. Karma!
I am wondering if the device that was removed from Danny is a type of fuse and that it can be used in the tower.
So it looks like I need to catch up soonest! The explanation of why the power was turned off is huge...I've been waiting for that reason for months and now here I am missing out on the scoop!
I'll be downloading tonight - or tomorrow - or maybe this weekend. So I can catch up and be able to discuss with you guys!
So weird: working now with tv people and I'm watching a lot less tv. Missed around 3 of the past Once Upon a Time episodes, a bunch of Person of Interest, Elementary, Hawaii 5-0, Cult...even a couple Arrows! Almost 2 entire seasons of Dexter! I think the only show I absolutely will drop everything and make time for these days is Supernatural. I think I need about 10 more hours in my day if I want to keep up with everything!
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