Deacon yells. Why are Cole and Cassie being appeased? This show has lost its lustre. I do not know the point of this ep. It is just confusing. Cassie and Cole fiercely oppose sense. What about stopping the plague? What about the plague mutating? Why do people continue to offer their support to Cole and Cassie? They caused all this! The Witness plans the collapse of civilisation and a campaign of calumny. Or something.
Where do they get their endless ammo? The characters are not the easiest to care for. They are awkward and difficult. Someone has a fancy bow and arrow. Cole overacts. The Witness has sinister intentions. There is a lack of common sense. Deacon is left behind. No one really cares. Cole and Cassie abandoned him without a thought cos they are selfish jerks. What’ll become of Deacon?
One is extremely discouraged about season 4 by this godawful ep. Cole mentions Ramse. The narrative shifts. Cole and Cassie have unusual reverence for each other and their crapulence. Their distorted intimacy ruins others and this show. The time machine is busted. They’ve no power. And power has become very important. Cassie and Cole have vociferous support for each other’s crap. Cole mentions Spearhead.
James Cole has an undeserved mystical reputation. Where is Jennifer? Cassie has never shown any sign she had a baby - no milk, no split vagina, no complications, nothing. Cassie has no conscientiousness. God I hate her and Cole. In 2018, Jennifer is in Prague doing drawings and robbing as the plague rages. Why in Prague - is a museum guide in English? Cole sees himself. They’re in 2043 or something.
“As long as we get.”
“Can’t or won’t?”
“Where else would prey go?”
“Slaughtered Spearhead for.”
“Just come out already!”
Where did the birds come from? Cassie kills birds. Jones blathers to herself. There is no moral guide. Cassie takes an emotional approach to The Witness. She has no anger competence. Cassie pivots around anger. Cassie and Cole got her fiancée and Ramse killed for their love. It wasn’t cruel necessity. Where is the Army Of The 12 Monkeys?
Ramse was smart. Where does Jones get cigarettes? This was no dynamic. Cole comes face to face with the friend he murdered - all for Cassie’s vagenda. Ramse mumbles. Cole doesn’t retrospectively condemn himself for murdering Ramse. An Interpol guy lurks. What happened to Jennifer? This bored.
“Come with me.”
“In a time of plague.”
“We are echoes here.”
“Which Cole are you?”
“The chronology doesn’t make sense.”
“An unbreakable cycle.”
“The end of the great cycle.”
“The world started dying.”
The fighting Irish need Hercules to lead them. Caesar is rotting from the soul outward. Morrigan goes through withdrawal from drinking god blood. A god with antlers on his head prances. Morrigan has a sinister alliance with antler god. There are bad VFX and bad accents. Hercules invents anti-ship warfare. Romans throw themselves off their ships. Caesar waves a plastic sword and rubs his nipples in joy. Morrigan sings, badly.
Morrigan needs to be convinced of her wrongheadness for the sake of her soul or something. Armagh is mentioned. Hercules can’t enforce real change in Morrigan via his monotoning. Morrigan has a child with antler god - wouldn’t that child be more than a demi-god? Caesar’s ambition to conquer Eire is deferred. Caesar never forgets a slight but he never bothered Hercules again. He also had his scribe tossed off the boat to ensure nobody would ever know about his failure in Eire. The national mood of Eire sees Hercules given new clothes. This was not even vaguely traumatic or pithy. Morrigan has no personal worth. This was really bad.
“Let you keep your teeth.”
“I am not impressed.”
“You have no shame!”
“No enemy they cannot conquer.”
The Prisoner’s Dilemma
Kellerman’s evil is unacknowledged. Accepted ideas are wrong. This season has had varying degrees of success. How many endless retellings of the same plot can TPTB pull off? The prisoners plan to use the Isis leaders as a bargaining chip. A poor guy is used as a battering ram. A decent guy dies. There is babble about a rogue CIA agent. Kellerman dies, it took long enough. Those 2 idiot assassins show up. You’d think Kellerman would have had bulletproof glass in his windows.
People are the worst people in the world. There is an unfathomable vastness of trouble. Michael hops the prison wall. Linc’s t-shirt is very white. How did T-Bag get out of Kellerman’s house? Bad things happen. Linc takes on real bad Arabs. T-Bag sees that Jacob is a baddie. Isis declares war on Michael and co. This was okay.
“A prison out there as well.”
“I need to get in!”
“Anyone comes at me dies!”
“We are in hell.”
“He knew it was worthless.”
“Kale is the rage? Kale!”
“Doesn’t sound very promising.”
“Killing for a lie.”
“ARE YOU HIGH?”
“Freaking Mexican soap opera out here.”
“What his word is worth.”
“Behold the villain.”
“Pivot to the next contingency.”