Strict31 wrote:I know that red is supposed to be capable of dancing intellectual circles around the FBI characters, but they seem so...
The very moment the kid said he'd also had a broken collar bone, the killer's entire M.O. was made plain. I just can't buy the fact that Lizzie didn't pick up on this the first time she investigated the case. She had to have investigated the victims' lives to see if there was any link between them; how could she have not picked up on the fact that at least some of them were perpetrators of abusive violence THE FIRST TIME AROUND?
When she has these moments of epiphany, it often comes across as a child realizing that a boiling pot on the stove is hot. I chalked it up to her being a rook, but come on.
More and more, I'm realizing that, as much as I want to like Lizzie and Megan Boone, Spader is the real reason I'm enjoying this show.
Which is what I said, Lizzie is a boring character and the only thing that redeems her is her convos with Red. The fact she still trusts her hubby (which we will learn someone got killed in Lincoln. People always die on his job interviews) is I dunno, silly.
I don't like any of the agents.