There are no moral values. Andrew has screaming rages and gets physically violent and lacks essential decency and self respect. He’s a disputatious unwelcome presence. Andrew was crazy and entirely without any merit. He was adamantly terrible and couldn't muster the barest level of politeness. Andrew did meth and ranted and got no comfort from his equally crazy awful mother.
“Too lazy to work and too proud to be kept.”
“I like long stories.”
“I don’t do gutter drugs.”
“Advice? How delightful!”
Billy is obviously guilty as sin. The firm handles the retrial of an arsonist who killed his children in a fire and was abusive to his ex-wife. They don’t care about the abuse, the two dead children or his ex-wife. Lawrence Pressman and Carl Lumbly guest star. This was completely meritless. The lawyers shrug off the bad things their clients do. Nobody has moral rectitude.
There are flagrant breaches of the law. Sadie’s ex-BFF is awful. The child killer gets acquitted. Sadie is emotionally abused by Billy some more and declares her love for him. No wonder this was cancelled.
“Our moms were friends in prison.”
“Feeding his disgusting animal natural wilderness salmon!”
What’s The Matter With Kansas?
Elizabeth goes honey-potting. Oleg does boring things. Stan and co are disgusting. Pastor Tim annoys. Paige snoops. Stan is irrefutably terrible. There is persistent fear and anxiety. Oleg’s mother gives him a talking to.
“Take it out of the trash and finish it.”
The War To End All Wars
Matt Lanter overacts and Emma bitches at Lucy and reveals she has ensured that Lucy can never come back. This was not perennially surprising. Nobody has moral values or standard ideas of morality. Lucy kills a guy, cue emotional ramifications. Marie Curie and her daughter Irene show up doing x-rays for ungrateful doctors in 1918. Wyatt finally asks some questions. Mason whines.
The baddies are planting sleeper cells throughout time. An unimpressive new baddie shows up. Poor Flynn is locked up and I did not like this.
“We need to talk.”
“A bunch of ranting like ‘Mein Kampf’ by Philip K Dick.”
“It’s all come to pass.”
“Somewhere between ‘Hunger Games’ and ‘Handmaid’s Tale’.”
“All run and gun.”
“That’s not troubling.”
“What regiment are you with?”
“How long has this guy been here?”
“His body’s riddled with shrapnel.”