This season is moving things very quickly. Ben continued the whole shades of grey thing with good and evil with his healing of Scudder. That wasn’t exactly a “good” thing to do to most of those townspeople. I was a little disappointed that Stroud got away.
Why did management attack Scudder? Was it a continuation of the old feud or a flash of anger over the revelation of management’s children?
In another thread some people questioned my thought of Libby turning tricks. I think that was answered in this episode. (and it’s yes, she does)
I figured that Scudder scarred himself so as to make himself unrecognizable. Dude needs a new hair cut though, seriously. I’m pretty happy that this season seems to be moving along so swimingly. My biggest problem with season 1 was that it moved so slowly and I have vowed to stop watching if season 2 was jsut as slow.
My question, is management dead? There was lots of blue blood running out of him, but at the end he reached out to choke (Ben or Scudder I don’t remember.)
Still don’t know if Scudder is the tattooed guy-Sophie’s dad. Although I really doubt it. Where is she anyways? All it showed was Lila moving into Lodz’s old trailer and moving Sophie’s few things out.
Now that we know Justin and Iris are managements’ kids, does she have any abilities that we don’t know about yet?
If Management wants Scurdder to work with Ben, then why was he originally trying ot assasinate him (only to be thwarted by Professor Lodz bear, Bruno)? And knowing that Alexi = Brother Justin (management’s son), perhaps Management was trying to PREVENT Scudder from helping Ben by killing him.
After this episode was over, I felt it had been only 20 minutes long. I was shocked that it was 8:46.
Actually, it’s Bree Walker, who used to be a news anchor in NYC. You’d never recognize her now, though. She’s aged a lot, and for the love of all that’s good and holy, I hope they blew up her lips for this role, and she doesn’t normally look like that. Anyway, she was a fan of the show, and called a friend on the production team to tell him they need to have someone with ectodactyly, since every carnival of the time had such a person. She was allowed to audition once they wrote the part, and got the role.
As for the plot, I’m pretty much clueless. I can’t tell if Scudder or Management was the child of light or dark, what’s up with being the Usher and bleeding blue, whether Management is dead by next episode, or what. But I’m having a damn good time watching it all unfold, and I’m so psyched we got to find Scudder and see Management all in one episode!
I also liked the bit with the latest maid and her attack of “nerves.” I assume she bit/scratched the one man in the little white coat, from what Iris said. Guess she probably learned from Justin. :eek:
An episode earlier this season showed a wide shot of the church. I think the one that Norman had the stroke on the steps. It had the denomination on the sign, I’m pretty sure it said Presbertareian. (sp!)