The script was featured on the Black List and the Athena List.
Conclusion" A show's first season finale can tell us a lot.
This is a show that loves the allure of mystery, the paranoia that comes with the inability to trust anyone, and the simple pleasures of James Spader 's Red strolling through a somewhat protected lair with one gun and a whole lot of swagger.
Don't get me wrong: While the former makes for great sweeps promos, the latter definitely makes for a better episode. Those two weren't real—or even partially developed—characters.
The showdown between Red and "Berlin" was intense enough, and it further improved once Tom brought Lizzie into the apartment for a bit of a standoff.
Yet, two or three gunshots later and it was just Well, except for when it wasn't.
It's frustrating enough when TV shows deny resolution by killing off characters before they can reveal information or let the audience understand what the hell is going on, but it's probably doubly worse when those supposedly dead characters turn out not to be who we thought they were or simply turn out not to be dead, and somehow this finale managed to whip out both of those strategies to drum up confusion and intrigue for Season 2.
The good news, I guess, is that "Berlin: He has the nasty burns to prove it. She can't just take Red's word for everything, not anymore. The finale wanted us to view her choice to work with him again as this big emotional moment—and another reunion between the estranged father-daughter combo—but it still made her look pretty dumb.
That needs to change sooner rather than later.
For the most part, the show stayed true to itself—its violent, vague, and kind of silly self. That's something, even if I don't always care for it. NOTES — Thanks for reading and commenting throughout the season folks, and for keeping the community going when we weren't checking in.
You're all on my blacklist—or something. He's willing to choke you with a blazer. Quite the Jack Bauer contemporary, huh? You have to love read: Lotta people just jogging in the park like it's nothing.Jul 11, · Season 2, Episode ‘The Word’ How long can “The Handmaid’s Tale” go on like this?
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