It’s all beyond our reach. Tara is “unwrapped”. Bryce is “fo sho” out and playing. Well, he’s doing a hell of a lot more than “playing”. It’s dark and twisty, and full on fun meets insanity. And it’s not just Tara…
Bryce comes in for the killing. Literally destroying the alters one by one. First Chicken met her demise, and then we find the chatty Shoshanna falling prey to Bryce’s vicious hands. We can’t be too surprised that Gimmie was another one to go. And when Hatteras labels this new devilish alter as no more than a mere “bully”, Bryce proves he is capable of more than just a few outlandish mind murders, when he nearly kills him while making a statement that is quite remarkable. If I weren’t for Hatteras, would Bryce even be here? Is Hatteras actually the father and maker of this horrid abnormality that is abusing Tara’s mind? Bryce’s homecoming to Charmaine and Kate is one of the most stunning and shocking of the entire series! More on that a bit later…
Kate.Poor Kate. She must deal with a little demon child. Can she deal? She can deal for now, but there is something telling me that she will find her way out of this mess by the series finale. (Yes. I said “SERIES finale”. If you haven’t heard yet, Showtime Channel went and cancelled this fantastic show. I know. I wanted to beat someone’s face in when I heard too.) Anyway, holding in my hate for the time being.
Charmaine is hanging with some trashy-classy chic mothers that are the bane of the world’s existence. No need to say more, but it is obvious that Charmaine is not “that” willing to give up her narcissistic ways to be an appropriate mother. I’m one-hundred percent positive Wheels/Cassandra will have picked up at least three of the seven words that a lady must never utter in polite conversation.
Dabbling in New York, Max and Marshall have some fun and then not-so-fun times. Moosh’s film is something to behold according to…well, no one considering as how he only received an honorable mention and his father is mostly ashamed of him for it. Marshall loves his mother but he is extremely tired of all the crazy that is going on in the Gregson home. But is he mature enough to be on Max’s level? Max does make good, which is something he doesn’t like to face, or he’s just taking the film in the wrong way. It’s a debate one could go on and on about. Maybe it’s just the fact that his own son has shown this twisted way of life, and he is disturbed by it being beamed up on the big screen. But, why is Max sticking around? He’s got to be the most patient man in the world.
Eddie Izzard’s character has mad an amazing impression in the series, even more so than Viola Davis did last season. Dr. Hatteras is most likely the best guest star in a season I’ve witnessed in a long while. Used to his prime, and more, this may be the final episode for this character. After all, a near-death experience and a full conversion into believing in Dissociative Identity Disorder, is enough for anyone.
With only three episodes of this Golden Globe and Emmy Award winning series, how can this epic season go out? With a bang? Or with a subtle but appropriate fizzle? Either way, I look forward to it. And the goodbye of the quirky Gregson family will be a sad one. At least we a have a few more weeks before. Bring it on Diablo Cody! 5 out of 5 stars!
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