Sara is bullied and not allowed to attend class. A teacher quits. Horse boy looks for his sister Sara. Parents take their daughters out of the school. A detective is hired to look for the missing. Mrs Appleyard has unrelenting conviction in herself. The school is not a supportive community for Sara, who everyone seems to have complete distain for. An aggressive poor man lurks.
Sara sees Albert the horse boy and calls to him, he doesn’t hear her. Why doesn’t she go after him? Or tell anyone he is her brother? Albert and posh boy Mike are running off to Queensland together. People are steeped in memories. Something happens to Sara. This was not genuinely unprecedented TV and I just did not care.
“What are you doing with a highwayman’s gun?”
“I dislike the Australian landscape. It is insubordinate.”
“The sort of husband you deserve is unlikely to propose.”
Off To See The Wizard
Roger and the Kelly actress are awful. It is hinted that there is a real Billy Grimm. What are Stuart and co planning? There are dead hopes and hysteria. This is not soul wrenching. The network guy from 1x01 finally shows up, sort of. Jeff is the nemesis of ambition. Skye does something dumb. A fake Steven Rea lurks. There are no ominous words. This was mediocre.
“Billy isn’t to be made light of. Ever.”
“That pretender’s knife of his.”
“Incite a certain kind of fan.”
The Prophecy Of St. Clare
An actress has sulky petulance. Peter creeps. Jeff has self-aggrandizement. Unknown people sow disruptive intrigues and have ill offices. Stuart has steely resolve. It is revealed that there was a real Billy and Kelly, not with those names of course. What do cults always seem to go for rustic simplicity? There is impressive ambiguity. A mysterious creepy church is found. There’s a patron saint of TV?
Stuart wants a favour. Why is there electricity in the long abandoned creepy church? Why does the ancient tape still play? There is a reveal about Stuart’s father. There are apocalyptic predictions, dubious origins and disturbing insights. There is babbling about the cult’s beliefs and Nate shows up. WTF is a Reader? There is talk of a book and a dangerous truth. Things fall apart and there are secrets. This was good.
“Protest us from that truth. From that evil.”
“Something terrible was going to happen.”
“Things like this happen all the time.”
“All confederate dollars.”
“He’s the bad guy.”
“Haunted? Like that’s a real thing.”
“That’s a plan?”
“A scruffy philistine and a talking dog.”
“We’ve saved the world. A lot.”
“Monsters are nothing more than crooks in masks. Usually unscrupulous real estate developers.”
“Torpedoes disguised to look like sharks.”
“Shady real estate developer.”
“I would have got away with it. If it wasn’t for those meddling kids.”
Mandatory Brunch Meeting
“Rabid sack of rats.”
“Stapling a live barracuda to someone’s face.”
“Turned everyone I ever loved against me.”
The Blue Wall
Harlee gets her clothes off. A honeypot hit woman tries to kill someone. She’s menaced whilst in her underwear. A cartel is involved. Christina is doing study buddies. The Intelligence unit is in with a cartel power grab. Accusations of wilful ignorance are flung around. Woz and Harlee strike back. This was dull.
“Pimps for drug dealers.”