Intense episode. The plot thickened with a vengeance. Just when it seems like Job couldn't get anymore awesome, he does anyway. His trip to NYC was dangerous, especially since it was because of Papa Rabbit, but Job is way too badass to let that stop him. Despite being captured by Rabbit's brother Yulich, the priest (aka Father Rabbit), who's as batshit crazy as his brother, Job fought and shot his way out like the BAMF he is and only getting hit by a cab could stop him, but Job being Job, that didn't last. Re Yulich, his being Rabbit's brother was already reason enough for me not to trust him, but his capturing and slapping Job put him right on top of my shit list, behind Cana, Burton and Proctor. Speaking of Cana, while she was right to be honest with Gordon and to apologize to him, that she blurted out the truth about NLH being Deva's bio dad only because Gordon threatened to kill him and then leaving with NLH to clean up the mess she's partially responsible for, reminded me of why she bugs the shit out of me. There was so much shouting going on that it's a wonder that they didn't wake up the whole neighborhood, especially Deva-which, IMO, is Cana's fault. If she hadn't lied to Gordon about Deva's paternity among other things, I doubt the fight would have gotten that far in the first place. Now that Gordon knows the whole truth about Deva and that Papa Rabbit's still alive after all, he's pissed at Cana and NLH all over again and I don't blame him.
Re Siobahn, it looks like things have gone South between her and NLH as expected. NLH gets a mysterious phone call in the middle of the night while he's with Siobahn and he leaves moments later without giving her any semblance of a logical explanation and NLH somehow thinks that she's the bad guy for wanting the truth? I don't think so. If my man had pulled that shit on me, I'd not only be suspicious, I'd be furious. If NLH thinks that Brock's nosiness was trouble, with Siobahn in the mix chances are that most, if not all, of NLH's dirt will be exhumed way sooner than later, despite NLH's, Sugar and Job's best efforts to hide it. Re Proctor, something tells me that the rift between him and Sugar's not just about NLH; I think a woman's involved, on some level. As for Ma Proctor, she shouldn't blame herself for her son's crimes. Ma Proctor wasn't a "perfect" mom, but Kai forged his path a long time ago. He's evil by choice, not by force. For what Kai has done to Rebecca and Jason alone, he deserves all the judgment, all the scorn, all the contempt and all the punishment he gets, no matter whom it comes from. Ma Proctor needs to realize that the son she loves, for all intents and puropses, is long dead. About Alex, he's found that, to quote Shakespeare, "Uneasy lies the head that wears the crown," especially when he's got enemies, in and out of the tribe, who have no problem with cutting it off. Alex's macking on Rebecca is not only another mistake, it could get him killed, just like Jason.
Speaking of Rebecca, she's also playing a dangerous game. Her getting Jeanette and her son out of town was the right thing to do, but it was risky, to say the least, given Burton's suspicions of her. Ditto her flirtation with Alex.However, Rebecca's putting Burton on blast was made of win. Rebecca had never given Burton much, if any, thought before, but after what Burton did to Jason, which is so far, by far, the worst thing that has ever happened to her, she not only doesn't give a shit what he thinks, she despises him so much she would throw him under the bus just like she would Uncle Kai the first chance she got if she thought that she could survive-and if she uses NLH to do it, then so be it.
Edited by DollEyes, Mar 9, 2014 @ 1:26 PM.