The Coincidental Critic

Exploring the art of storytelling.

Community of Dreadful Fear and Hate (SPOILERS)

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“Community of Dreadful Fear and Hate” was an Alison-centered episode.

In the episode, we found out that Donnie took Alison’s last name, Hendrix, when they married.  Donnie’s birth name was Donald Francis Chubbs (I know; it’s hard not to laugh).  This fact further emphasizes that Alison has the power in the relationship and that Donnie cares deeply for her.

In “Community of Dreadful Fear and Hate,” we saw a new clone swap: Cosima pretending to be Alison.  Tatiana Maslany is amazing at portraying the differences between these two characters even when one is mimicking the other.  Cosima was a more awkward and less preppy version of Alison.

I am so glad everything worked out for Alison with Pouchy and the election.  I was on edge all episode, afraid that everything was going to fall apart.  The sisters need a bit of luck.  Thank goodness it worked out, and Alison kicked butt.

After watching “Community of Dreadful Fear and Hate,” I’m finally starting to accept Mrs. S as part of the family.  Throughout the show, we’ve watched her relationship with Sarah strengthen, and just like Sarah, I finally trust Mrs. S.

Surprise, surprise… Jason is romantically interested in Alison.  As soon as we found out that he was her high school sweet heart a few episodes back, I knew this would happen.  It’s almost disappointing how predictable it was.

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