“It’s a wonder she isn’t bed ridden.”
The Road Before Us
Megan is mean. Sidney lurks. This ep ailed. Kyle’s mess from 1x01 has vanished. Mildred and Sidney talk. What is The Merge? Kyle is an arse. This was a less lauded ep. Allison doesn’t recall what she did or does she? Sidney utters discourse. There is no sense of normality. Kyle and Anderson bother a possessed girl. Allison has a locked perception of her perceived past.
What are the nameless and the numberless? How does Kyle lead them here? Anderson has incredible dedication and uncertainty. Kyle conducts another absurdly strenuous exorcism. Allison attacks Amber again. Amber has a cute bunny nightlight. Why is Kyle such a dick? Anderson is under appreciated by Kyle. Will Allison stop pretending that Kyle has past culpability. Why did Kyle take the blame for her?
“You really want to make that speech wearing that outfit?”
From The Shadow it Watches
Rachel’s son Austin brats. Lisa sluts it up. Kyle is selfish and this is like ‘Invasion’ but with demons. This was staggering mediocre charmlessness. Allison continues being awful. Megan is mean and I feel cool disinterest for this. Donnie causes more issues. Caleb is possessed and responds forcefully to Kyle. This was well-worn and I’m already tired of Kyle and his defeatist view.
“Nothing’s doing anything.”
“Remember this warning.”
“I don’t need you.”
“Come on, begone!”
“Crazy Kyle Barnes. Rome’s own Boo Radley.”
Flynn wants to change history. The plot centres on Judith Campbell the mob/JFK mistress. Flynn is proud and frightening. Solider boy is not a renowned intellectual and is an awful, terrible person. There is sap and Flynn wants a plutonium core. There is gunfire, yelling and this was dull. Judith has knowingness. I’m trying to maintain interest.
“Consider some others.”
“JFK JFK 1 year early.”
“Lots of men want me.”
“Not a lot of people know her name but she’s at the dead centre of 1960s politics.”
“I’ve given up everything for this.”
“It’s not good enough!”
“How can we be sure we’re on the right side of this?”
Mayhew indulges in slut shaming which leads to a ferocious reaction. This had a different ending to the film. This verges on the misogynistic as Mayhew discourses. Toby Jones coughs and overacts. Somebody finally notices something. Mayhew becomes rich and famous after the conclusion of the trial. Mayhew attributes blame and the attendant horrors of the aftermath of Mrs French’s murder go on. This has a willingness to linger. Mayhew runs across Leonard Vole again and the prospect of life going on sickens. Things are revealed and there was a pragmatic solution to the case. Mayhew is utterly livid and had a sense of attachment to Leonard and responds forcefully to the reveal. Who is the designated villain here?
“She doesn’t want me to be happy.”
“A predatory nymphomaniac.”
“She laughed while she did it.”
“To her fancy man, what was my man, what she stole from me.”
“Choose to keep your shame to yourself.”
“There is a penalty for that, expect to pay it.”
“A cat shaped brush for her cat.”
“Good god, what world is this?”
“But love you? I can’t.”
“I don’t forgive you.”
“Please say it back.”
“Lost your career, such as it was.”
“Time has gone by.”
“Vicious scheming bitch lying through her foreign teeth.”
“Get your murdering hands off me!”
“You expect us to be grateful?”
“I wanted to give her money, you wanted her dead.”
“I won’t endure it; you’ll have to go elsewhere for your needs.”
“Then don’t be tiresome Leonard.”
Drain The Swamp