Dana Ashbrook of ‘Twin Peaks’ guest stars. Peter is lick-arsed and he has no legitimate censure. Neal and Mozzie discuss setting up the perfect fake ID. Why isn’t Neal contented with the life he has? Where is Peter’s swell of mistrust toward Neal? Neal always stands with his legs wide apart. There is social disapproval toward the baddie of the week. There is no shared tension. Scott has justifiable rage.
There is no tense standoff. This isn’t emotionally intense. Scott runs but not for long. This has no inherent distinctiveness and no distinctive character. Tim DeKay’s bad acting has a serious negative effect on the show. Mozzie has some sort of emotionally unstable personality disorder. Peter is malevolently intended and has a negative take on Neal. This was inelegant. Peter is an ill-natured pathetic loser. This ep and this season seem like a colossal failure.
Why is Peter the great arbiter of morality? A baleful rich dude lurks. This is rank farce. Peter always speaks with a hectoring vindictive tone. Neal is tired of the burdensome restrictions and ideological commitment and established judgements of the moral fundamentalism of the FBI. Scott the con du jour has a negative behaviour and attitudes. Peter has stern, moralistic displeasure. This was absolutely terrible. Scott does hateful behaviour.
This defies belief and logic. Scott has bad enemies and there are no moral choices. Peter is on about censure, sanction and judgement. This was bad and unnecessary. The deterioration in Peter and Neal’s relationship seems on/off. Scott has fake hipster scruff. Peter has a righteous belief in himself. Why doesn’t the bimbo and her blowout ever work? Scott is dumb. This ep has no life-altering moments.
Scott has a wry wayward attitude. Mozzie does disservices. Neal is in an emotional hole and has no moral policy. Neal’s plots aren’t thought through. People do ugly tactics. The bimbo prances in a pilfered bustier and then finds the fake passport. There is so much wrongful practice. Peter isn’t conciliatory. Neal isn’t sufficiently self-critical. Peter is the morality police. Neal can’t avoid riskier behaviour. The bimbo gives willing assistance to crime. Neal isn’t endlessly sympathetic. There is bitter glee. There is a safe. Neal shows off his chest. The bimbo is bony. Peter has an insatiable desire to annoy.
“He caught me and he will catch you.”
“Items of extravagance.”
“The world was more trusting.”
“Names are not necessary.”
“Safe cracking booby traps.”
“My black box does everything.”
“How many new Degas’ are there?”
“How’s she look?”
“Never say you’re sorry unless you’re running a con.”
The bimbo has no unconditional support for Neal. Peter demeans and excludes and undermines and disadvantages and offends Neal. There is FBI stupidity. Is Neal’s expertise really so critical? This was abysmal. Neal feels the fug of suffocation. There are bland motivations and no visceral or philosophical intensity. The bimbo is onto Neal.
“Spend the thief out of hiding.”
“I will unhear that.”
Is anything anybody says really accurate or true? A real-life cult deprogrammer has sweary brashness. The nutters have extreme glorification of the show and are activated and manipulated by unknown external forces. On the show Billy Grimm plans apocalyptic levels of revenge on the podcaster. He has a ferocious temper and incandescent rage. This ep was wanting.
Billy has vindictive protectiveness of himself and he shows off his blunt rhetoric. Podcast dude is woeful unprepared to deal with the very aggressive Billy, who has discourtesy and serious physical aggression. A septic tank has a UV wall of crazy ripped off from ‘Lost’.
“You presume a lot.”
“Never utter my name again.”
“Cult nut jobs.”
“The x’s can’t be good.”
The show within the show shows Kelly’s weird cult initiation which many see as romantic but could also be seen as coerced sex. Roger is still darting cult girl who looks young enough to be his daughter. Skye is drugged and trips. There is a twist and the creepy cop says stuff. This was okay.
“James Dean of the 90s.”
“Been a distinct pleasure.
“We’re here to project the show from nut jobs like you.”
The Good Fight
“Asking another of his favours.”
“Bundle of fury.”
Memory dredgers exist in this reality. They are used by Shazia, an insurance agent who accidentally comes into Mia’s orbit. This ep was boring. Mia’s unsubtle deliberate malice escalates. One feels distain for this. Mia has hostility and contempt for public order. She kills more people to cover her ass and leave no witnesses. There is a twist and then another involving a guinea pig which is absolutely hilarious. I hope the guinea pig was okay. Mia is IDed and the show ends as she is about to be arrested. Ha.