*Review contains spoilers, so read at your own risk!*
This episode has probably been the best out of the whole season! I loved it and man, what a cliffhanger they leave you with in this one.
One of the things I loved about this, is that we finally start to get a little background on Shaw. Poor girl was in a horrible car accident when she was little, which killed her dad. She learned at a very young age to mask her feelings.
Their new number is a surprise. This is a first for them having to protect a little girl. But Harold is afraid of Shaw being around her because of how Shaw acts, but in a way, being around the girl ends up being a good thing for Shaw.
Jen is the new number. She's on her own and wants to be a spy. So, she sets up recording devices and such, every where and doesn't get too much, but has stumbled upon something that makes her be in trouble.
They have no clue what it is until they find Jen's tapes and it takes a horrible turn now. She was listening in on HR business! After she gets kidnapped, it's now a race to find this girl before the HR guys do something terrible with her and they won't even think twice about having to hurt a little girl.
So glad that Carter is one step ahead of her partner and learned of his working with HR. I thought that meeting that she was walking into was gonna turn ugly, but she came well prepared! :)
They get the girl out just fine and I believe this gave more info for Carter to hopefully start to bring down this organization. But here comes the cliffhanger they left us with. You think it's an ok night at home for Shaw, but little does she know, that Root is there getting ready to kidnap her! Told ya it was a cliffhanger. :)
Did you love or hate this episode? Let me know in the comments below!
Loved it; loved seeing the "human" side of Shaw, drawn out by the near and totally sincere hero-worship of Gen. I will happily use your site to read your reviews, but they are of such quality that I truly regret their not appearing with the others on TV.com.ReplyDelete