Our last recap.
On this episode, we learn more about where our characters came from and how they came to be.
Richard Hatch’s trendsetting alliance vs. “Tardy for the Party.”
The Following returned to its literary roots this week with a cameo by Housing Works Bookstore.
We totally understand why Joe fails to take Micah seriously.
Isn’t Joe just the most smug person ever?
Up until last night’s episode, it didn’t seem like we were supposed to be on Joe’s side at all.
So if Joe’s previous literary muse was Edgar Allan Poe, it appears that his new one is going to be E.L. James.
The most ridiculous part of this show is the assertion that murder is just an activity that some people like to do in their free time, like any other hobby.
One of the things that The Following has going for it is the way its concept allows for constant surprises.
You can’t hide under that beard, Joe.
And The Following returns with an extremely disturbing murder scene.
And now we know who did the killing on The Killing.
Now, that was a great episode.
Is this show actually about a pair of cops that are terrible at their jobs?
This season has both raced and crawled by.
It’s episodes like this one that make us wish the Killing weren’t a show about trying to solve a single case.
No matter how important a clue that turns up is, the investigation doesn’t seem to progress.
So what are we thinking about this Joe Mills character?
The good news is that Holder and Linden are partners once more.