Aaron lurks like a lingering foulness. Tom seems to have shrugged off torment and doubt. He’s able, diligent, clearheaded and selflessly serving. Jason conveys his anger. Tom wants to fix societal ills. Alex causes consternation. Tom is endlessly misunderstood. Why is it wrong for the FLOTUS to talk about gun reform when her husband was recently shot?
Aaron is scurrilous and unreflective. Tom has self-containment and cosy attributes and wants to make a societal impact and show his moral character. Sadly this ep was inadequate. Kimble is vindictive and unnecessary. Tom faces discourteous attacks and aggressive rhetoric. Hannah faces a detestable enemy and her incendiary threats. Jason boils with fury and Aaron is rancid and of loose morals, talk about playing into reputation. Sadly this was a dull stupor of an ep.
“Like she never was.”
What about the funerals of those who died in the attack? What happened to the FBI investigation of the attack? Tom is dutiful and makes a concerted effort. Kimble is horrid. Did Tom fake being harmless and ambitious all along? This was dull.
“Tom, we got so lucky when you were shot.”
“I smell the barn on this.”
“Prove you deserve it.”
“What could go wrong?”
The Ninth Seat
Hannah and Jason face a small town full of obvious weirdoes. Someone mentions the True Believers. Aaron whines like a teenager who had his playstaion taken away. Abe wants to challenge the White House narrative. Who is sending Abe info? Hannah and Jason read a creepy manifesto. And there is a big reveal that Catalan isn’t dead. How did he get that nickname anyway? Somehow the True Believers don’t recognise Hannah and Jason. Tom is reflective and comes to a decision on the Supreme Court. Where is Chuck? I’m confused about what the conspirators want. This was good.
“I make no promises.”
“Can we please dispense with the dramatic pause?”
“Shame on you!”
“We are a broken government.”
“This is public land.”
“I don’t have any friends.”
“A landing zone.”
“You didn’t answer my question.”
“Some sicko had a lair in the woods.”
“There goes my street cred with the grief groups.”