The Coincidental Critic

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Mother Dearest (SPOILERS)


In “Fugitive,” we discovered the truth about Rachel’s past and why her relationship with her mother is so strained.  I was not expecting to discover this information so early in the series, but it allows us to better understand Rachel’s character and why she is the way she is.

As twisted as Quinn and Rachel’s relationship is, Quinn proved that deep down, she genuinely cares for Rachel.  It was refreshing to see Quinn stand up to Rachel’s mother and protect Rachel.  It made their relationship even more complex.

Madison has developed a lot over the course of the series.  It is interesting to see a mini-Rachel blossom.  Now we understand what Rachel might have been like when she first started at “Everlasting” and how addicting the work can become.

I was not expecting that twist with Yael!  She’s an undercover reporter.  Now we know why she recorded her conversation with Jeremy.  And it seems like Coleman is in cahoots with Yael aka “Hot Rachel,” which will not go over well once Rachel discovers who Coleman has betrayed her for.

I was not expecting Darius to jump in and save Tiffany from elimination.  His entrance at the end was both surprising and powerful.  It was a great unpredictable moment.

Quinn and John Booth’s relationship is moving too fast to be believable.  They’ve only been seeing each other for a few weeks and they’re already trying to have kids together.  It just seems so crazy and very out of character for Quinn.

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