Hosts discuss season 1 episode 9 "The Mother"
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@SterlingCates @LaurenSalaun @AprilWhisenhant and @Cbriche discuss episode 9!
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Jess is clearly coco- NUTs!!!! valid suspect, Christie although she irritates the crap out of me, I think they made her too obvious a suspect, Abby is starting to look kind of suspicious as well, although I am hoping they don't do that.
Is it just me or did anyone else think in the beginning that Cornell was ready for Belview! She just seems really creepy to me. Whomever did it, I still think Cornell needs a psych evaluation. My guess is either Christy or the man that kidnapped ben maybe his wife did it. Her husband was insane maybe she is too. She never as far as I remember apologized for her husband kidnapping him.
I didn't originally think it was Abby but it would makes sense that she was waiting up for her dad that night. She saw him get out of the cab and go to Jess's house Maybe she followed him and saw that he read bedtimes stories to Tom and got jealous. Its a stretch though. My thought is Jess's sister but don't really know the motive.
As a person who is a fan of the original, as is usually the case, I am not that impressed by the remake. I did not read anything about this show because I wanted to see if it stayed true to the plot of the original. That it did but it also added so much nonsense to the story I honestly was saying to myself "HOW are they going to make the killer the same?" The filler episode with the flashlights and the torture by the neighbor was unnecessary. Mellissa Gilbert and her son was just a distraction for no reason at all. Making Jess out to be a mental person? Really? If only the original was shown here instead of remaking it I would not be reading all the comments about who the killer is because they made it too easy. In the original last episode I was floored! Never expected it for 1 second during the whole season. If they make a season two, like they did with The Killing (Another chop job, Thanks USA!) I am done. I also need to address Juliette Lewis. I LOVE her...but...WTH is this??? She is horrendous in this role. (Thank you Wayward Pines for bringing her back!!!) Never bought her character for a minute. The cop in the original was not so "In Your Face" - She just is bad, really wooden, really bad and NO story as to why? I think her hair was pulled back too tight that it made her a caricature of a nasty librarian. Ryan Phillipe is not the best actor in the world by a long shot but when someone like Juliette can make him look better than he is there is a problem....shees. America? Knock, Knock, Knock STOP REMAKING GOOD SHOWS!!!! Why can't you just buy the rights and show the originals? We can understand other accents and we can read subtitles. We are not dumb, you know why I know that? Because of all the crap you have remade that was excellent in it's original form.
Trust me...Abby did it!!!!! I think that Cornell said the wrong phrase purposely to prove that Abby heard the argument, which gave her some type of motive. Mark my words... That was Cornell's confirmation that she was really right.
+T.A. Brooks I do agree it's looking like Abby. It would break my heart if anyone in Ben's family did it. I've been saying it was Jess from the beginning so I'm going to stick with the choice, but it is looking more and more like Abby did it.
+Taisia Johnson I agree...Abby did it. Abby's behavior this episode and Cornell's reasoning points to the "daddy's girl". She didn't want her family to break up and probably saw Ben's connection w/ Tom and decided to take matters into her own hands.
To answer the question you guys had near the beginning about how Cornell knows certain things - there is an online web series called Cornell Confidential on ABC.com where we get extra scenes of Cornell. In one of the videos, she is interviewing Christy and says that she got a receipt from the convenient store proving that Christy's story to Cornell about where she was at that time doesn't match because there is a receipt from the store that proves otherwise.
I can agree its annoying to watch it online instead of it being written into the show. Im sure the Australian version was better just like the aussi Wilfred but americans like the over exaggerated drama and this is better than most shows on tv.
+irisn roses No you don't. Because it was probably stuff from the cutting room floor. Answers they could have put in the main show but try and make us go crazy by putting way too many scenarios in our heads.
This episode kept me on the edge of my seat. Everyone on Twitter thought that this was the last episode and that we would find out who killed Tom. I can't wait until the killer is revealed. The anticipation is killing me.
+Sage Valentine Just cross your finger there is not a second season!! The original was told in 8 episodes and you never suspected who the killer is until revealed. SHOCKED!! They already screwed this up so many times.
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Overview of Triggers.
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