Originally Posted by MSmith83
That was definitely a pivotal episode, despite some more way overdone clichés (i.e., escape out the bathroom window and into danger).
I do hope that Charlotte's boy toy gets killed-off in the most painful way possible. He is quite the douche bag.
I'm betting on it. He will likely be stepping on toes. He thinks he can enter the world of cross border smuggling, likely with no experience (at least with cartels). Preview showed him suggesting adding drugs to the tunnel traffic. It'll be a race between the Cartels and the ATF as to who claims him.
I enjoyed the show as usual, but for one stupid move by a character. The girl is safe with the two detectives, so she decides "I should put myself in a position where the killer can get to me easily".
It's not like she had anywhere else to go, with her father dead and her mother strung out. I can suspend my disbelief, except when characters make exceptionally stupid moves. It took real discipline to make it all the way through The Following.
That said, the killer was watching them in the dinner. And by extension, the police station.
I am having trouble understanding how Charlett is keeping the tunnel padlocked. When the Mexican side is coming through, how do they open the door? The cartel boss (forgot his name) and his sidekick came down the stairs with the body (what happened to Linder?), expecting to pass through, not knowing the door would be open. It was a pretty funny scene though.
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