^ Yeah whoever wrote the 'fan fiction' segment of that episode should get hired for the next movie! x)
*Amazing* episode of BrBa; I could totally feel and relate to every exaggeration Hank felt in his discovery. From feeling shock, feeling ill, and feeling completely messed up. The final scene in this ep I'm sure caused silence inside of homes; it definitely felt like it'd have been gut wrenching to hear family talk this way... when Hank said "I don't know who you are" in the drained expression, it was totally believable.
Love that we get teased with a later part of the season later on.
even had a good night! It was probably a more honest, straightforward, and less bullshitty episode then many of the others in this season and series. Sloan taking control of shit was great, Will McAvoy dealt with some emotional shit rather than gave people fresh shit for their ideas, and Maggie finally grew some balls and stopped stuttering the shit on her mind.
Not from this ep, but pretty funnyDexter
, on the other hand, was blind and almost lacking any direction or punch as we enter the second leg of the final season. Unless we get some serious twists, something tells me the direction it's going in won't make for an impressive finale to a series that would have met a more graceful end 3 years ago.