Trish is the bad guy now? This was compellingly weird. Jessica is not terribly pleasant. There is cultivated doom and people gazing pensively. Where are Doctor Strange and Thanos and Ant Man during all this? This was pleasantly silly. Trish takes horrible joy in being a vigilante and having unhinged lunacy. Her miserable situation leads to dramas.
The serial killer is an annoying talky omnipotent serial killer, which sent out with ‘Profiler’. There is a negative turning point for Trish. So what if she kills the serial killer? He’s a serial killer FFS! Why is Jeri representing a serial killer? Trish does verbal and violent intimidation of the serial killer. There is slo-mo. Trish should have killed Jeri too for being scum.
Jeri has ALS. When did Jeri’s laptop turn off during her shaky hands drama? This was not upsetting or disquieting. An awful man whines. Trish and Jessica fight. There is confusion and double standards. Jeri’s thick. There is muddled thinking and escalatory non-logic. Jessica denies responsibility and makes assertions and false claims.
Jessica and Jeri are the ones with plenty to answer for. Trish is declared bad for no apparent reason. Trish is a considerable threat apparently. Why? There is a calculated, if seemingly causal, conflation of truth and opinion. Jessica reveals Trish’s identity as the vigilante. Jessica does no serious self-scrutiny. Nothing meaningful happens. Why is Trish a perceived imminent threat?
Jessica is not highly moral - this is persistent targeted bullying of Trish. As for Trish she is charged with lots of crimes. Oddly other vigilantes are not. Jessica has a callous nature and plans to leave town or not. There are disputes and anxieties. Trish is sent to The Raft. Will she ever get out? She’s in an untenable position. Where are her civil liberties? This was a bit lacklustre. WTF did you do Jessica? This was chaotic. One is impatient with the whole process. Miserable looking Jessica doesn’t turn herself in for the murders she committed!
“I’m supposed to fix this.”
“Hero of Harlem.”
“Nice fashion upgrade.”
“Lives he ruined.”
“I sent him to The Raft.”
“She’s become the exact thing she hates the most.”
“Dangerous insane situation that you created.”
“You’re the last mistake I will ever make.”
“Beat this self-righteous resolve into you.”
“Maybe you’re glad they’re gone.”
“She needs to go down.”
Why was Max using the staff toilet in primary school? Max wants to skip school and obsesses over bathrooms. Why does the household have to resolve around the difficult, volatile and scheming Max? Why is he running the hose? Max is attention seeking and cuts his wrist for attention. He’s 11! Scanlon is all controlled volatility as Max’s angry dad.
Max has calculated selfishness and inappropriate conversations with his father. Max and his selfishness is truly infuriating, he’s full of over-reactions. The ex is emotionally blackmailed to move back in by Max. His parents are made to share a bed again because Max tantrums. The sister is ignored. Max’s dad spews hyper-criticism. Max wants to make a massive change.
“Thank you for that.”
“I’m not having the drama.”
“Ready for different.”