For the record, Good Guys don’t say things like, “His humanity is his weakness,” and then go burn a dude’s 200 year old farmhouse down.
Also, Good Guys don’t raid private citizens’ homes with commando squads and trample all over their constitutional rights.
Furthermore, Good Guys don’t consider pushing a senator to near brain damage and acceptable casualty, even if she did engage in illegal fundraising.
Someone on the alphas team really should tell Dr. Rosen these things. Because, sooner or later, someone else on the alphas team is going to start thinking they’re working for the villain.
That person will probably be Nina or Gary. Nina’s nudging around the edges of it and it would fit in with her being-a-good-person story arc. She’s still too wrapped up atoning for her past transgressions to see Rosen’s actions for what they are.
Gary, though? That’s all he sees. There’s no explaining things away for him. There’s no “I’m doing bad to do good” in his world. Not to mention he’s lost a close friend, got a chip in his head, started living in the office, and now his mom’s had a stroke. that poor kid is getting the pudding kicked out of him this season and assembling the pieces of Rosen’s villainhood would be the cherry on top of it.
Mitchell, while I like the concept of him, annoyed me because he was all over the place. He spent most of the ep babbling other people’s memories and then, suddenly and without reason, he was lucid. Is he functionally intellectually disabled or not? Everything about him was inconsistent.
And, excuse me, Wardrobe? Don’t dress Sean Astin like this ever again:
I’m sure Stanton Parrish had something better laying around his 200 year old house.
Lastly, I’m still loving Kat. She’s taken over the team role of “exuberant innocent”, formerly held by Gary, as evidenced by her description of entering the farmhouse: “She slid in to danger, like a pair of fuzzy slippers.”
I want to have fuzzy danger slippers.