Alright ladies and gentleman we had another great episode brought to us tonight and it was just so good. We got to understand a little bit about Peter’s family in this episode, we got to see our lovable Lou kinda break down, and much more! So let’s get to this review!
So in this episode we saw Lou (Breeda Wool) kind of and sort of break down to insanity. But, it’s not all her fault, so let’s look at it this way; imagine you are in Lou’s shoes right now in a jail cell having to look at those four by four walls all day every day. There’s bound to be a little crazy mind set being put in motion by those walls. Do I agree with Judge Dick Face Raines (Glynn Turman) in his decision for a psyche evaluation, hell no I don’t. If anything I think Lou is a fantastic character whose lovable and has been through major trauma which lead to her actions and should be in a court trial to prove she’s not nutty like a fruit cake.
Now let’s get down to our new murderer Morris (Gabriel Ebert) he seems a bit distraught over what he did to Rothstein, I mean yeah he killed the guy but it doesn’t mean go invisible to the world. That’s how they know something is up, by they I mean the police, family members, friends, maybe even lovers. And from the look at Morris’s little fiasco of going around killing that author and then that refrigerator maintenance guy Stan, he’s on his way of becoming second best killer in the story because we all know Brady is always first. But I’m wondering what kind of role this Alma (Kate Mulgrew) is going to play in this season. It seems like she’s going to be the brains in the operation and be guiding our poor Morris to become a smarter and better thief and killer but we shall see.
Then there’s little Peter (Rarmian Newton) who is just trying to live out his life as a normal teenager with issues but it’s not looking too good. Especially if Peter starts using that money as much as he has already. I mean three hundred dollar shoes that’s kinda setting off red flags there guy. But we did learn that Peter’s father is indeed a victim of Brady’s Mr.Mercedes crime back then. So that’s interesting to see how they connected that to this story and season. And maybe Peter will feel obligated to start using the money to help out his dad from time to time just don’t set any more red flags off Peter.
Now I don’t know about the rest of you but I felt like the ending was cut off this episode. Because it seemed like there was more to the conversation Hodges (Brendan Gleeson) was having with his ex-wife Donna on the phone but no they cut off the episode no credits, only a next time look at next weeks episode, I don’t know if that only happened with my viewing of the episode but I would like to hear if same happened with you readers too. We kinda deserve to see the last minutes of that episode in my opinion. Until next week my readers!
Next Episode: Mr. Mercedes(S03E03) “Lost Love” airs Tuesday September 24, 2019 at 10/9c on Audience TV