Wow, this is so bad! So pretentious. The creators wanted to make several points and they made sure they contradict everything they want to say. I've listened to the main character's story for about 10 hours and I still have no idea why she did what she did, what were the emotions she felt, how her transformation went. There are so many good series out there at the moment, it's really a waste of time to watch this one.
Pretty much how I figured it would play out but regardless it was still a good episode/series ending. Just a couple things that seemed a bit off, like why wouldn't the cops be sitting on the Bates place considering everything? Just my nitpicks lol. It was a really good and intense scene with Norman and Dylan though.
Damn. I am a little confused about the fighter being able to shoot himself... is there something with that gun in particular? Didn't everyone else who tried while wearing the bracelet fail? I mean a few episodes ago Isabella was clearly sitting at her table doing a Russian roulette style, and it didn't work. So, is the gun special, or a misstep in the writing? Either way good episode, but dammit Alister..... :/
I really feel like I've seen this already just very recently. The opening with the Dr Psycho is too similar. I even remember them locking down and not joining the trip and eventually end up locked in together because of some gas. If this is the same episode, though it's supposed to be new, then there's something weird going on here.. :/ if this involves 2 guys writing things for Van and whispering it in his ear through a com device, then something weird just became something creepy.
well, that was . . . interesting.
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