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post #91 of 278
Until tonight I have never - EVER - had anything on tv make me physically ill. Tonight's episode has changed that.
post #92 of 278
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I still have no idea who did it.

Right now my money is on the Dad's friend/employee, no idea why he had the politician's car.
post #93 of 278
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Right now my money is on the Dad's friend/employee, no idea why he had the politician's car.

i was also thinking this last night but i still think that would be too much of a giveaway at this point. not many other candidates though, unless it might have been someone else at the school. or perhaps the soon-to-be husband? i have a feeling it'll still be a surprise in the end.
post #94 of 278
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Until tonight I have never - EVER - had anything on tv make me physically ill. Tonight's episode has changed that.

Yeah.
post #95 of 278
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Until tonight I have never - EVER - had anything on tv make me physically ill. Tonight's episode has changed that.

it reminded me of when chris beat down michaels father on the wire.
post #96 of 278
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it reminded me of when chris beat down michaels father on the wire.

I was just going to say (about making you want to throw up for the first time), He must not have watched the wire.
post #97 of 278
That mother... I want to slap the shit out of her.
post #98 of 278
Nice turn of events on the show - most interesting point to date. I don't think it was the teacher any longer ... but who were they carrying out of his apartment then? There is too much involvement in the political race - there has to be a tie-in.
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Nice turn of events on the show - most interesting point to date.

I don't think it was the teacher any longer ... but who were they carrying out of his apartment then?

There is too much involvement in the political race - there has to be a tie-in.

the 12 year old girl they were hiding.
post #100 of 278
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That mother... I want to slap the shit out of her.

My thought and I said out loud a few moments later, "stupid cunt".
post #101 of 278
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Originally Posted by velobran View Post
Nice turn of events on the show - most interesting point to date.

I don't think it was the teacher any longer ... but who were they carrying out of his apartment then?

There is too much involvement in the political race - there has to be a tie-in.

Did you watch only 10% of the episode? Watch the last 10 minutes again. The tie in to the political race is that she was found in a campaign car, the lead suspect was also a major supporter of a lead candidates social program, and by extension are a reason why the candidate has been battered in the race.
post #102 of 278
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Did you watch only 10% of the episode? Watch the last 10 minutes again. The tie in to the political race is that she was found in a campaign car, the lead suspect was also a major supporter of a lead candidates social program, and by extension are a reason why the candidate has been battered in the race.

If the show has any depth - then the Richmond campaign or Richmond's life will have a larger part than just a campaign car and youth activity leader campaign supporter. Richmond's portions account for 30% of the show somewhat - it must be something bigger.
post #103 of 278
True but you made it seem like the political scenes are just filler. I'm sure there is a bigger role to play, I'm not really impatient to find out though, it'll come when they're ready.
post #104 of 278
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it reminded me of when chris beat down michaels father on the wire.

was thinking the same thing. Hopefully it starts picking up some speed now.
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