The Coincidental Critic

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Infiltration: You Won’t See What’s Coming (SPOILERS)


I’m glad the writers are keeping up with Quinn’s personal life this season.  In “Infiltration,” we got a bit more information about her father.  Quinn is going to the funeral and waited until the night before to pick out a coffin…

I was not expecting that twist ending about Ruby.  Just like Jay, I was starting to fall for Ruby and Darius’ real love story.  But after a visit from Ruby’s father, Darius claimed that he was too good for her and sent her home.  Of course, this was all Rachel’s doing because she’s the mastermind behind every decision.  Rachel not only deceived Jay, she deceived me as well.

Chet has grown a lot since last season.  While he still has his flaws, he is now taking responsibility for his actions.  And in “Infiltration,” he saved Rachel from her crazy ex.  I was not expecting Chet to do that, but it made me start to like him.

It looks like Rachel and Coleman are official, especially if they’re showing up to Hollywood red carpet events with each other.  That happened very quickly.  I wish we saw more progression in their relationship.  I also want more time with them alone together so we can really see the full picture of what their relationship is like.


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