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Person of Interest S03E08: "Endgame"


Star Wars. Lethal Weapon. Alvin and the Chipmunks. And now, Person of Interest's "Endgame." Those movies are all great starts to fantastic trilogies, and even though we haven't yet seen the squeakquel and chip-wrecked threequel to "Endgame," based on its start, IT CLEARLY BELONGS ON THIS LIST! "Endgame," the first of a three-part arc leading up to Person of Interest's mid-season finale, was plain and simple fun storytelling, with sprinklings of action that set up a big chunk of the show's universe to be destroyed. This was just the beginning, guys. Just the beginning!

Though the numbers-of-the-week belonged to 38 members of HR, "Endgame" was all about Joss Carter, of course, and she don't need no stinkin' badge to be a damn good cop. Okay, maybe she wasn't exactly doing cop things. Working one-percent out of service to society and 99-percent out of revenge, Carter singlehandedly brought two giant crime syndicates to their knees by composing one of the greatest battles since the great Cola Wars of the late '80s. And in typical Person of Interest fashion, we found out in a very cool way.

In the opening scene, we saw that the Russians and HR had ended their steamy business affair after a Russian supply truck was hijacked by an unknown assailant who was armed to the roof of his mouth with guns. Flashing back to 48 hours prior, we witnessed a lovers' spat as HR demanded more money to provide security and safe passage for that same supply truck, to which the Russians said thanks but no thanks. And as the events unfolded to bring us up to the present time—Quinn told Simmons to propose the new deal to the Russians, Carter got a bag of guns and ammo from Shaw, and various chess pieces were moved into place to set HR against the Russians and vice versa—it was revealed that it was Carter who was shooting smoke grenades into the supply truck, whacking guys on the head, and framing HR for it. Carter, girl, you ruthless! 

But that wasn't all! Carter's complex frame job was like a game of Smack Someone in the Face When They Aren't Looking and Blame Somebody Else. She sent her good pal Elias to drop off some important documents to Peter Yogorov. What were the docs? Pictures identifying all the known members of HR. And later, she went to the top of a building with a sniper rifle and fired off some shots into HR-head Quinn's office, just as Quinn was yapping about Yogorov not having the guts to come after him. Why? To make it look like Yogorov was coming after him. It was like smashing a hornet's nest against a beehive. And it was mean stuff, but you have to admire a woman who has the determination to scale a building with a huge gun, hijack a criminal supply truck in full body armor, and convince a crime boss to deliver documents to a rival crime boss (and cook him dinner!). It looks like this war between HR and Team Yogorov is only just beginning. Carter getting wrapped up with the HR mess was the best thing that could have happened to her character. She's been great in Season 3.

In the end, Carter wanted to bring Quinn to justice while his empire crumbled, but she needed an arrest warrant from a judge to make it official. (NOW she wants to do it by the book?) Of course the judge was in Quinn's pocket and gave him the heads up, and when Carter arrived to get the judge's signature, she found a room full of armed men. For a split nanosecond I thought Person of Interest was actually going to kill off Carter as the "hero who would fall" as the promos warned, but let's be serious here. Taraji Henson is an Oscar-winner, and Oscar-winners don't get killed off early in the first half of a third season of a network hit. 

Instead, a tipped-off John Reese came crashing through the door with guns akimbo and shot up the joint, taking on every single one of Quinn's inept men and saving the day. In all honesty, this was entirely ridiculous. But it was awesome, too! It was '80s-action-movie levels of ludicrousness, which I'm totally fine with when it comes to Person of Interest. Person of Interest is pure entertainment, and seeing one guy in a suit shoot up a room full of well-trained goons happened to be very entertaining. 

He didn't get away cleanly, though. A dashboard cam caught the infamous Man in the Suit, and Simmons is going to make sure that every cop AND criminal in New York knows his face. Not a good thing for a man who was trying to stay anonymous. 

"Endgame" was a flashbang of an episode: loud, dizzying, and stunning. But it's just the first thing to come through the door. The real heavy hits are yet to come, and they'll happen in the next two episodes, as a big part of Person of Interest's mythology—the battle with HR—comes to a close. I don't know about you, but I'm rooting for the Man in the Suit.



NOTES OF INTEREST

– Reese sure is getting a lot of mileage out of impersonating Detective Stills. (He killed Stills, a member of HR, in the pilot episode.)

– If you want to know more about the rest of this three-episode arc, check out TV Guide's interview with the executive producers, in which they flat-out, no-joke, heavily imply that someone we all love will die.

– Obviously the promos from last week point toward that person being Fusco. Do you think it could be him?

– Carter's son Taylor got a haircut! I prefer the old semi-'fro, to be honest.

– Elias's culinary specialty: Ravioli alla Bulletini! Just think about how that had to happen. Elias had to show up in the kitchen and assemble the ravioli himself, put a bullet in it, cook it, plate it, and then be ready for Yogorov to walk into the kitchen. That's a long process!

– The line of the night went to a surprising character, Simmons: "To be or not to be, bitch. Move!" 

– A very close runner-up went to Reese, as he watched footage of Carter's supply-truck holdup. Like a man who'd just seen his wife stepping out on him, Reese said: "Wait, that's my grenade launcher?"


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And why the F*** are people commenting on the NEXT episode in these comments? Thanks for ruining everyething you bunch of dimwits

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Tim Surette, I love your reviews of this show! And this episode had so many levels of awesome. I knew from an early stage that Carter was going to go all Green Arrow on HR , best direction for her character. I hope the HR saga gets wrapped up in the next episode.
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I can't believe that they killed off carter other than Reese she was considered a main character , that is one thing I don't care for with these shows it always happens like that and it doesn't seem fair and I am sure the ratings will drop now because she was a excellent actor I don't think I will continue to watch now.
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Yeah, idk why they did that...how are they going to fill the void...Fusco just doesn't have that type of connection to Reese and Harold like Carter did
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No, I refuse to believe they killed her. I think she is just unconscious and they will pretend she is dead until they kill the last HR guy. That's my story and I'm sticking to it!
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I hope you're right ! She is one of the main stars !
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AARRGGHH!!!
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wow they killed my girl, poor Reese.
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I'm worried it will be Fusco! He hasn't has a lot to do lately
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One day more ....

(until part 2 at least!)
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haha Carter taking a play from Reese's playbook. She was on a whole other level of badass!!!
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OMG! I just watched this... MIND BLOWN!!!! Carter - total girl crush! How cool is she!!!!
I'm totally upset at the THOUGHT that they'd kill Fusco - that's JUST HORRIBLE! NO No No!!!!!! Don't do it!
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I agree - Root is a better one to get rid of - but she's no hero.
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This was an awesome episode. I shed a premature tear towards the end when Carter was on the phone to her son. The flashbacks with Paul just semmed to make it look like she there was a body bag with her name on it. Phew. Intense. I have a huge girl crush on Carter, even more now that she decided not to go it alone in the end. Carter and John rock.

It's a shame John's bee outed, it will be interesting to see how and if they put that genie back in the bottle when the HR/Russians thing comes to an end. Will Elias be re-crowned?
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I thought of another candidate that sort-of fills the criteria, for being killed, "Grace Hendricks", Finch's beloved.
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Always enjoy your reviews Tim! The show's sure getting intense. Didn't want Fusco to go but all things seem to point to him for now. :/
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Glad that Reese joined the fray at the end, Carter being bad ass was cool but if she got out of that situation by herself it would have been ridiculous. Certainly they are pointing to Fusco getting knocked off and the lack of Fusco sightings and the work the actor is doing elsewhere pretty well assure that it'll be him. I'd much to prefer to see Shaw removed but it's pretty clear it'll be Lionel.
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oscar winner? or nominee...
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Joss Carter to the fore! In an excellent way. In any organization there's always one who just can't let all the malevolent $#i+ swirl and Carter's our avatar. She's very human and yet is now possessed with otherworldly purpose. Shaw gets it! She's got HR on the ropes and Quinn is desperate to reign her in. Yeah, her heads on his platter now, but Reese has also been "outed". The stew is boiling over. Plus we've got Reese vs. Root and "the machine" which laid a bit low on this one, however we know that's coming too. Excellent episode.
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God I love this show. It's epic in it's simplicity. As if Reese and Shaw aren't bad-ass enough already, they've got Carter on that train and dammit, she does it so well! I really hope that Fusco doesn't die but if there's any character, he'd be my first pick too. He's turned out to be a good guy but not as good as the rest.
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I am hoping that most of the episodes of the season have caused Mr. Surette to have more respect for "Liberty." None of the subsequent episodes would have the same impact if not for the fact that they fully introduced Shaw into the team and Root's new relationship with The Machine first. While I recognize that cleaning up a season-ending cliff-hanger is cooler on paper, sometimes doing a normal episode is better for a series premiere in the long run. Were it not for introducing the new dynamic, "Razgovor," "Mors Praematura," and "Endgame" (three of Mr. Surette's favorites from the season) would not have been as cool or impactful.
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I hope Fusco stays. I like his Character. Kind of like a Fozzie Bear. Loveable and a bit dopey.
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Reese saying "Wait, that's my grenade launcher?" is a way better line!
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As long as they don't kill Bear, i'm ok.
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If Carter makes it thru this arc, bring back her ex, Paul maybe make him a "number". Even though him and Joss had a rocky past, Paul seems better suited for her at least as friends. By the way Finch, Reese, and Shaw are "dead" so what's the fuss? I almost forgot was Paul's phone number he gave to Joss real? Finch had a business card number that if u actually called it there was a recording.
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I think Paul's phone number began with a 555 number, because I remember thinking the same thing.
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When they finish with the HR plot, they'll concentrate on the whatever is going on with the Machine. It's good to actually have the HR thing dealt with, 'cause having the same baddies year after year can be really tedious (oh hi, Mentalist...), so moving forward will be good.

So yeah, if they get rid of HR, it'll most likely be Fusco who dies. Too bad, since he's a good, strong character. I wouldn't like to see anyone in the main cast die, but knowing (hoping?) that both Reese and Finch should be safe will make watching the next two episodes easier. :)

Personally, I would like to see Root slink back into the shadows. Her character isn't interesting enough to warrant so much screen time. But with HR gone, she'll undoubtedly get even more into the center of things. Oh well...
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I hate the Root storyline but e Machine story does interest me. I don't like the idea of the machine giving her seperate missions as I just don't like the character.
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Gotta love Joss Carter. She's gotten REALLY badass :D
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The way I see it is; Bear or Fasco are the list impacting deaths as both are not as prominent. Shahi just signed a new contract so Shaw is almost safe, Reese and Finch are the main guys so they aint gonna die. Carter's death is the most poetic, but killing off a beloved character who also happens to be black and an Academy award nominee just screams death of a show so I think she is pretty safe, which leaves Fasco and Bear.

Bear will be the list missed all though a lot of people would be miffed at his death, Fasco will be missed but he is replaceable and a poetic and heroic death would most likely be acceptable by a lot of fans.

If Someone has to die I would pick Bear over Fasco; the Dog just has the least impact for me at least, Fasco is just too good a character to loose at this point.
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UFFFFFF.

That was a huge sigh of relief on my part, at least for the time being. For a moment there it was really looking like they were setting up Carter for being killed off. The flying solo routine, saying her vague goodbyes to her son and former husband, keeping everyone else out of harm's way... That's tying up a lot of loose ends, and I'm concerned that it also involved a lot of foreshadowing.

Naturally, I would've worried a whole lot more had I not been aware of the "three-episode arc" plan (where it makes more sense - narratively speaking - to have a character death happen towards the end of the midseason finale). Then again, I would've worried a whole lot less had I not been aware of the "hero will fall" theme, as it consistently makes me dread the things to come.
On a side note, I'm not convinced that Person of Interest really needed this sort of marketing. I know that it's a common practice for the networks, and I know that the producers want their show to be talked about, and yet I cannot help but feel that it somehow cheapens the outcome. They say they want the fans to be prepared, but then whatever happens is not going to have as much of an impact. And because of it, it's rather difficult to focus on what is going on without the constant nagging reminder in the back of one's head. I believe I would be better off not knowing. And I don't know, perhaps I thought that POI as a whole would be above these particular tactics? The torture they put us through...

But as a result of this, I and most fans are now painfully aware of the imminent catastrophe. Because losing either Carter or Fusco is going to be nothing short of one. I still fear it's going to be Joss, because it would make more of an impact on the remaining characters. Fusco's death would certainly be felt, but it wouldn't be as big (and his presence in promos might well be a common 'red herring' thread).
As much as I love Fusco and Kevin Chapman, he has always been more on the sidelines, and I could see things going forward without him, largely unchanged (but perhaps that's why his story is not yet done). But Carter's presence has been increasing on a consistent basis, and right now I would have a hard time imagining POI without Taraji P. Henson. I wish I could get rid off this nagging feeling of her story being wrapped up.

The episode itself was another strong showing for this season. Carter's badassery went up a few more levels (just when I thought she was reaching her 'experience cap'), by siccing the HR and the Russians on each other. Marvellously played. I particularly loved the team-up with Elias (not to mention his cooking). And she had a "no-carnage" plan all along! Shame on you for not trusting her, John Reese.
The flashbacks themselves worked really well at further fleshing out Joss as a character, I thought. As strong and determined as one would expect, even back then. She maintained an amazing relation with her son, over all this time.
Finch, Reese (along with his grenade launcher), Shaw and Fusco all enjoyed smaller scenes this time, and I was more than fine with that - because it was primarily Carter's show. I'm just glad she remembered her friends at the end (to the point that I might even forgive the writers for trying to mislead the audience, something I'm generally not a fan of).

The intense build-up had a fairly explosive finish (Reese knows how to make an entrance), and the head of HR has now been captured. Wonder what they will do with Quinn now.
I still expect Carter to take the lead in the episodes to come, but both Reese and Fusco should see more action. Things are heating up for John especially. So far the first half of the season is doing the HR-storyline justice. It's going to be a hard wait to see how it all plays out. Even harder if we end up having to say our goodbyes to someone dear.
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Totally agree about Fusco, good character, but of all the characters, even Shaw after recent episodes, his departure would upset the dynamic of the show the least.

As you mentioned the marketing, does no-one else feel that if it turns out Bear is the one who "falls", as many are suggesting, it will feel a bit of a cop out after all the hype? I don't particularly want any of the human characters to go, but after all the build up... Bear is rarely if ever used in the missions, just as a prop almost for some nice sight gags etc
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im gonna go out on a limb and say they are going to kill off bear.....
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"If you want to know more about the rest of this three-episode arc"

Then we can do that by watching the next two episodes, and we were going to do that anyway. So why are you posting spoilers? We came here to talk about what we've already seen, not to find out what's going to happen next.
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In this day and age, I'd really avoid the TV sites alltogether if you wish to remain completely unspoiled. Hell, you'd even have to purposefully avoid watching the "next on" segments, and hope that the networks don't surprise you with any promos or teasers when you are looking at something else.

I'm not a big fan of such practices myself, but I don't think you should be blaming the writer for that. Especially as Tim put these things in his footnotes, not in the main body part of the review. It's their job to mention whatever is related, and that applies to up-and-coming news. Especially when the network and the executive producers themselves are trying so hard to shove it down our throats.
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I don't need to be completely unspoiled, but I don't think there's any excuse for putting major spoilers in review articles. It doesn't matter if it's in the main body or in the statements and questions after it. I think more people read those statements and questions than the actual review, so if anything, it's even worse.


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I think that (having watched no previews) the phrase "a hero will fall" seems like it is used to indicate someone is going to die with the imagery being shown in the previews.

You could also view the word "fall" as someone who loses their position in society/occupation/standing in the community/their belief in themselves/go beyond or break what they ethically or morally think is right.

For example to be shown working with/for 'the man in the suit' - and since he is considered to be a vigilante that would cause an officer of the law to 'fall' and be lose their job no matter what the issue they are actually involved with is (taking down HR).

Making a deal with Elias or some other entity to get out of a situation and this would cause what ideals/ethics they have to be lost. For example Carter scouted close to the line when she 'bent' the rules when she stopped the unlawful act of Elias being assasinated - which was the lesser of the 2 evils of doing nothing and letting him die, and she seems to have come to an arrangement/deal wherein Elias was confined physically to a location similar to jail (in that Elias still has free rein to run his organisation just like in the jail).

Elias has his own sense of honour - and in certain things he can be trusted, as long as those do not contradict his aims. Love Enrico and was glad to see him and Scarface again.

So short version - don't think anyone (human or canine) on Team Machine (or Elias's crew) is going to die. But I do think someone/some people are going to lose something important to them in the next 2 episodes.

But as always I anticipate JN/GP/Writers have me barking completely up the wrong tree and look forward to having to eat my words.
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My money is on Shaw making a sudden exit from the series. I've never understood why she became a series regular in the first place. Her psychopathy is a one-trick pony and robs John of many of his darker moments, terrifying ambiguities that made his character so interesting. Her arrival has meant Fusco has been largely side-lined in this entire season. The series is best with the Finch/Reese dynamic undiluted by anything other than characters like Shaw as occasional guest star/resources (like the gambling accountant who is a great recurring character especially as they have to keep rescuing him first. Paige Turco's character likewise. Wonderful but not every episode!)
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Razgovor and Mors Praematura were two of the best episodes ever and featured Shaw heavily, but I suppose others have struggled to crowbar her in to it.
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Not denying any of that but Root is a great character too and she isn't shoe-horned into every plot. Right now, she's on the bench like Crowley in SUPERNATURAL but not advancing as a character in any direction. Shaw seems to be superfluous because everything she does can be done by another pre-existing character. I like the actress playing her but I don't see the point of Shaw.
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Boy, did I get that wrong! On the other hand, what an amazing episode.
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Bear will be the one who gets it.
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No treats for you!

:)
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Forget Reese and Shaw. Carter is the REAL hard case. If only because she borrowed weapons from Reese; without him knowing about it until after it was done.
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Loving BAMF-y Carter at the moment...
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Wow, just wow an episode. Seriously, if any of the original (sans Shaw & Root) main characters were killed, and yes Bear, I'm counting you in too boy, I'd be very "saddened". The chemistry will be massively disrupted. I dun wanna make any guesses cos it'll be way too disturbing to enjoy the rest of the season. Staying Alive everyone!
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Great episode. All I wanna say is, I've never admired Carter more than right now! She is one fantastic woman and I never realized her full awesomeness until now!
Third best line of the night went to Shaw with her 'You're being weird' line.
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I think Bear will die. After Reese told Lionel to get a bullet proof vest for Bear, and they are going for a war with HR, makes sense to me.

But Fusco is my 2nd choice, hasn't been used much the last 2/3 episodes.
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People, it's gonne be Bear! Sadly.
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Oh. My. GOD!

First of all, I love Carter. Her transformation from the early season 1 days has been great, and she's had some of her best moments this season. I love how far she sank in order to take on HR. She's been bending her morals ever since she decided to team up with Reese, but to see her sink so far, to the point where she was ready to start a war between HR and the Russians, and planning to single-handedly take down Quinn (before she thought two steps ahead and contacted John) was just fascinating to watch. I also thought they might kill her off after she called her son, but I'm glad they didn't (yet?).

Also, I'm so glad we're reaching a turning point in the fight with HR. I love that side of the show, but after 2 1/2 seasons, I would love seeing their downfall, to make room for other threats, especially if their final arc is as great as this episode was. I'm really hoping we get more Elias screen time as well, considering his history with HR.

This was easily my favorite episode of the season, and that's saying a lot considering how much I loved "Razgovor" and "Mors Praematura."
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All I know is...they better not kill off Bear!

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People are going to be mad at me but I'd rather see Carter die than Fusco. Watch a little film called Baby Boy and you'll understand why I still can't see Taraji Henson as a real cop. I've had trouble accepting her in this role since the pilot but I love the show anyway.

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U stopped her career @"Baby Boy"(that was TPH's break out movie Variety 10 actors to watch 2001). She was strong-willed but vulnerable (just like Carter) in that movie. Plus she played a cop on cable tv The Division (with this actor named..ah.. John Hamm.) But check her out in Smokin' Aces as a hired assassin Sharice with a 50. cal Barret M107... she is full of swag!! There's a movie poster of her in sniper pose with the rifle... Badass!
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I loved the close-up of the kneecap shooting. I really feel like we're going to lose Fusco and I couldn't want that to happen less. But it seems Kevin's had his plate full recently, so it might be for the bes--no. Can't say it. Bah.
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In Stephen King's The Stand it was foreshadowed that one of the four going to Vegas to make their stand would fall. It turned out that Stu Redman fell and broke his leg and was left behind, and the only one who survived. Just sayin'...
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I really want to see Bear getting fitted for a bullet proof vest - I dont think he is in danger, I just think it will be funny
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I'm worried that Jim Cavizel has decided to return to films full time and it's Reese who's going to die. Probably that's why they introduced Shaw this season. Fusco is just a misdirect, remember is still POI.
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But the promo did say "to save Mr. Reese." I tend to agree with everyone else, Nolan wouldn't be stupid enough to kill him off. And they did say the promos were "straightforward."

Perhaps Caviezel doesn't get as much respect because he's a devout conservative Catholic. Just a hunch, you do definitely get that kind of "class snobbery" in Hollywood circles. Incredibly underrated actor.
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Unfortunately, Caviezel still doesn't get the respect he deserves in Hollywood. The man should have been nominated for an Emmy long ago for POI (for "Prisoner's Dilemma" in season 2 alone, if not simply for the entrie first season).

Fortunately for us, Jonah Nolan sees Caviezel's talent and does give him the level of respect due to him by providing him with a role that's a perfect fit, which in turn will create a long-term involvement for Reese.
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I don't think this show could survive without Jim Caveizel.
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Someone mentioned that it might be Carter because her storyline is over. I just think that with Reese treating her like family/ little sister I think if she got killed he would go all Taken/Man of Fire on everybody sooo I am not sure
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I thought that as soon as they introduced her ex
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It was a good episode. Ok by POI standards. A bit too scooby doo at the end for me.

But I'm disappointed. This whole 'a hero will die' build up and expectation has ruined these episodes for me. I'm not here for the false drama or sensationalism, just good entertainment and good tv.
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The promo for this week really had me fooled
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That's 'cuz it contains material from the second installment!
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Didn't realize that until the episode was halfway through... They didn't need to do that to get people to watch.
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The promos are kind of overwrought, I'll give you that.
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But I personally do appreciate the warning--not that I've ever missed an ep, just that I triple-check to make sure no one else in the house accidentally sets the DVR to record whatever else passes for entertainment at 10:00 on Tuesdays.
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Again WOW, what an epsiode! Predictions, Reese "dies" and escapes with Zoe, but he will return. I have read people talking about Bear dying, while I'm sure it would be heroic, I can't handle it. The episode when he pretended to be sick I was like OMG will he be ok!!!! I can't handle it.

On POI itself it's like every episode is a mini episode and they keep change and growing, I love it.
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Come on Tim... Enough with these character spoilers for future episodes. You also did this with Walking Dead. Just stop.
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But weren't they, you know, already dead?


:D
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Uhm... Was that a pun? Just have to be sure.
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I don't want fusco to die... But i don't think i can handle them killing off bear. I don't cry... And all those years of 'not crying' are going to explode if they kill off bear. I will be...... Angry.... And thats an understatement
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I just hope it doesn't end up like New York Undercover where it advertised that "one of them will die" and they ended up killing off two of the main characters as the twist.

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Yes, they are driving home in the commercials that it's Fusco who dies, but I'm with everyone else. It feels like a giant misdirect. I'm worried that Taraji P. Henson has decided to return to films full time and it's Carter who's going to die. (But I would also be crushed if it turns out to be BEAR!)

BTW, I'm loving this harder version of Carter! This was another amazing episode and the season has been awesome!
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