In the episode, Raylan struggles to cope with disappointing his father figure Art, who previously caught them putting the bag of money Winona swiped back in the evidence room.
But while the situation proves to be “very, very tough” on Raylan, his reflection on the event leads to a milestone confession. He says to her, ‘I didn’t do that thing with the money and get you out of that jam because I’m a criminal like my dad.
Let’s do it again: “We won’t do flashbacks, but you’ll learn through story and you’ll see visually.
I think a lot of it will be filled in throughout the season.” This “secret” of Thirteen’s on why she went to prison. — Margo No amount of doctor puns will get me to divulge the secret, but I can tell you that she isn’t crying over just anything in that preview you’ve seen. And Olivia Wilde says once it’s out there, we can expect to see it bring Thirteen and House closer than ever (…but not romantically). “It’s shocking to her because of the vulnerability that he expresses along with it,” Wilde says.
“I think this season, a lot of that fluctuation will come to a head and a decision will have to be made.” Will we be able see any of the 14 months missed between season breaks?
— @twocurlygirlz via Twitter I kind of like this Kurt-Sutter-does-the work-thing.
I did it because I love you.’” [Pause for audience gasp.] I won’t reveal her reaction here, but Yost does say the interaction “takes us through the rest of that episode and sets us on a course for them that has its own twists and turns.” are rejoicing now that we’re finally down to single digits.
And then we come to “Prophecy,” which pushes us off in a really big, emotional way with a surprise and a twist toward the finale.
And because every bit of information is crucial at this point, I say we do this transcript style. BRIAN PETERSON: What I can say is, everybody that is in the finale plays a supporting role in Clark [Tom Welling] getting toward his ultimate moment. First of all, every one of the last five episodes kind of has its own place. The first one back, “Kent,” it’s kind of a thriller that is really heartwarming.
And Michael is no different from the other characters in that, and he’s very important. And then we have “Booster” that is this really fun, glossy superhero that’s come to town and thrown a wrench in Clark’s plans.
It’s really fun because while we introduce Booster and Jaime as Blue Beetle, both those stories dovetail really nicely with Clark at the cross-section of those stories.
It’s a great episode because it’s not only fun, but it also tells a really good, deep story about heroism.