One of the biggest complaints about the series shared by even its most devoted and faithful viewers is how it comes up with these absurd predicaments that spin out of control and that they keep recycling the same formula over and over again.
And yet, my level of investment in Jennifer Walker and her fate only extends to how infuriating Gene, Sarah, and that f**king a**hole Josh, who I quite literally wish would play in mother f**king traffic, treat Jennifer's family.
But then that also has become a pattern when you consider that Josiah's wife is DEAD, execution-style, there's evidence of more people there, Josiah, her drug-dealing husband, has FLED THE COUNTRY. Nevertheless, the Millennial Mod Squad isn't looking into any of this because of their singular focus on Murphy Mason.
The irony of Jess taking over the identity of another woman the police don't give a crap about finding isn't lost here. Ghost Jess continues to be a delight, though, taunting Murphy and reminding her of her plethora of issues. And hey, she gets kudos for pointing out that it was Max's idea to kidnap her and take her across the border.
It was a perfectly contrived way to bring Joy back into the picture so she could go all Karen on her daughter after the two argued to death over how awful Murphy is to everyone, a point that they've hammered home like hell this season.
Josh's vendetta is the most insane thing on the show to date right now. You would think Murphy murdered his mother and killed his puppy. The fact that Josh's motivations are that of a scorned lover makes his entire involvement and his behavior creepy.
We're back in the real world, and Eric (Jamie McShane) is out in the world doing community service. Sally is showing people around the inn. Kevin (Norbert Leo Butz) is getting yelled at by Jake. Meg (Linda Cardellini) is running. And John John (Kyle Chandler) is still driving. He drives up to the site where Eric is doing his community service and says that he's going to do everything he can to make things right between his family and Eric. But Eric isn't having it. He's done with the Rayburns, but he does hope that John will keep Nolan out of it all.
At the inn, Sally's doctor/Roy's friend is watching with his wife as she uses her charm to soothe guests into their stay at the Rayburn Inn. It seems pretty calm across the board, but then there's Kevin. Good ol' Kevin hops in his truck and a man puts a gun to Kevin's neck. He wants help from Kevin because Nick, that man that Kevin thought he befriended, is actually a Fed and the whole Cuban operation Kevin has been put on by Roy is crumbling.
Back at Sally's place, she finally admits to John's kids that she's going to sell the inn. When they express shock, she explains that when she thought of all the happiness and blessings she's had in her life, she thought about the house and not the people. Yikes. Not a great thing to hear from your grandma. But what is really great is that she's going to leave them the money from the place, which always makes the dispersal of your childhood memories go down a bit better.
John meets with a detective and calls out that he knows Kevin is under a secret investigation. He wants to help Kevin, but it will require some legwork on Kevin's end. And it's also going to require him to out his de facto dad Roy. Kevin is 100 percent not interested, and when he gets a call directly from the Cubans threatening his family, Kevin makes the one totally wrong move he could make: He goes to Roy.
When Kevin makes it to the hospital, he can't find Roy. When the nurse asks him what he's looking for, she has to inform Kevin that he can't get updates on Roy because he's not family. Hey, Kevin, did you hear that Not. Family. He's left wondering what's going on as his entire family is on the line.
John goes inside and turns off the music only to find Sally standing at the sink, water running, static. She launches into a discussion of how the supermoon affects the tide: It makes the sea rise, and it takes it. Everything: her kids, the inn, everything. Confused, John asks what's going on, and Sally reveals that she was going to sell the inn, but she can't because after experts came in, she was informed that in a couple of years, the whole place will be underwater anyway (THANKS, GLOBAL WARMING). But most of all, Sally feels like she's wasted her entire life, as a businesswoman and a mother.
John goes to a bar, and what do you know, Danny appears again. They flashback to the time Danny offered John his first cigarette, and adult Danny asks John, \"How did you see me How did you see me growing up\" But in the back and forth that is John's current life, we switch between Danny and Nolan sitting in front of John. Nolan wants to know the truth about what happened to Danny, and Danny tells John that this is his chance. He can be honest and switch the way that the Rayburn family works.
The next day, John meets with that detective and tells him Kevin's willing to turn himself in for the Cuban deal. And when Kevin tells Belle about the deal, he agrees that it's the best-case situation for the team. But when John and the cops show up the next day to take Kevin in, Kevin doesn't come to the door. John lets himself in, and it appears that Kevin and Belle have taken off. One of the detectives says, \"I know this guy, he's no genius.\" Have truer words ever been said
So we return to the lines that opened this episode. The ones where John said he's going to tell the truth about everything. So he tells Franco about how he's responsible for Danny's death and framing Eric for Marco's murder. But Franco stops him because John's been through a lot of stress (but seriously) and he's been through enough (probably). But Aguirre isn't going to let John hang himself on this. He's going to Boston to take the partnership with Mike. Belle, being a total idiot made in idiot heaven with Kevin, forgot to turn her GPS off on her phone, so they're getting brought into the States tomorrow. Before their journey started, it was over.
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Each person comes to a point in their lives where they begin to understand who they are. Some people realize who they are when they are in their 20s, heck, even their teens. Others take much longer to discover their true self. Granted, I am still in my 30s, but I am detecting aspects of myself that hammer home who I am and what my thought process on life is.
Those feelings continued through the end of The Last Drive-In, knowing that Joe Bob is no spring chicken. Much like Roger Corman to millions of horror fans, Joe Bob is an idol to me. His knowledge, wit, and writings have appealed to me from the early days of MonsterVision through today as I write this. Maybe it came from my feelings about Roger Corman, but my existential feelings transitioned to Joe Bob, as well. One day, there will be a time on Earth when Joe Bob is no longer amongst us, and this will be a sad day for the horror community.
Troy and Saanvi are going through research. They are trying to solve the disappearance of the ark piece. Troy says that the testing they are doing might be having other consequences. Maybe it is the earthquakes
After the earthquake, Angelina realizes that Eden knew the earthquake was going to happen before it did and started to cry. This saved Angelina from being hit by a fan. Beverly says that Eden is her guardian angel. Angelina seems to agree. Grace seems very confused.
At King's Landing, Sansa and Tyrion are taking a walk. Despite the awkwardness of Shae being right behind them, the newlyweds seem to be getting along wonderfully, with Sansa beginning to see Tyrion as more than just an evil Lannister. Podrick runs up; Tywin has called for Tyrion. He finds the entire Small Council waiting for him, along with an ecstatic Joffrey. News of the Red Wedding has reached them, and Joffrey is already making plans to serve Sansa her brother's head. Tyrion and Joffrey have another confrontation, despite Cersei's attempts to defuse it, and Joffrey proclaims that he'll do whatever he wants because He. Is. The King. Tywin interjects himself into the conversation at this point, reminding Joffrey that if he has to keep telling people that, then he's no true king. The victory-drunk Joffrey sneers that Tywin is just a coward who hid under Casterly Rock while his real father (Robert) kicked ass and took names.note This means Joffrey still doesn't know he's Jaime's son, in spite of it being general knowledge by now. Is he ever going to learn the truth Tywin's Death Glare brings him back to Earth fast. Tywin coldly informs the King that he must be tired, sends Joffrey to bed and orders Pycelle to give him a sedative. Baffled by what just happened, Joffrey meekly protests that he is \"not tired!\" as Cersei takes him by the hand and leads him away.
The Council is dismissed after that, but Tywin tells Tyrion to stay. They discuss the Red Wedding, and Tywin freely admits to setting it up. Sure, the Starks had the guest right, but this minimized bloodshed, and let the Freys take the blame. He's decided that Roose Bolton will be Warden of the North until Sansa's child comes of age. This starts a She's a child!/You're a Lannister! a