The Coincidental Critic

Exploring the art of storytelling.

Stakeout (SPOILERS)


Two people you can almost count on to disagree are Gina and Santiago.  They have opposite personalities, and they constantly insult one another.  In “Stakeout,” Gina and Santiago united in their anger towards Terry for his portrayal of them in his children’s story.  It was refreshing to see these two very different women get along.

The most monotonous conversation I have ever heard was that between Rosa and Captain Holt.  Both are reserved, unexpressive, and private individuals.  Holt always looks bored, while Rosa always looks pissed off.  In “Stakeout,” Rosa grew attracted towards Holt’s nephew.  In one scene Holt saw Rosa is his home after she had spent the night with his nephew.  Holt’s lines barely made sense, he was so taken aback.  In other scene, Rosa and Holt sat in Holt’s office discussing the issue, or attempting to discuss it- neither of them wanted to acknowledge what was going on.  Their conversations were super awkward and entertaining.

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