Adele shoots heroin (between her toes, probably so David can’t see the marks) walking through the second door in your dreams, your mind can return from your body to the real, conscious world and then flying around and sightseeing or spying on people when this happens your mind or soul or whatever it is takes the form of a candy-colored streak of light, like Tinkerbell or the visual effects on an Ice Capades show Louise just learned to do so “Travel” and therefore just realized that Adele was making it all the time (Adele also taught Rob how to do it) According to what Adele told Rob, your mind can only visit places you’ve been before when you were conscious and awake and in your body so she wouldn’t have seen David and Louise’s meeting at the bar, but she saw them talking about that encounter the second time they met in the office, that she and David had personally visited the day before David’s first day at work Adele also spied on David and Louise, who have been hanging out, fucking, and fighting a lot over the past few weeks (basically every time we’ve seen a David and Louise scene before that contained an overhead recording) Adele believes David killed Rob, and David at least knows Rob is down there in the well because at one point in the past he looked inside with Rob at the end (Though I don’t know, it’s possible you could have by Bottom of well can see)

Since I just wanted to start by tabulating all the things that we know more or less for sure with another episode. Because that’s why we’re not still watching? Aren’t we just pretty much stuck with the big reveal at this point? Thank you for the breadcrumbs of this episode please, may I have more. How about we wrap the thing up? Or here I can translate it into a poker metaphor for you: I paid to see the flop and the turn So why not, let’s see this thing down to the river

Look, I wanted to be highly invested in this show. I wanted to feel like Louise was saying that she felt, even though I don’t even feel that Louise really felt that way when Louise was really obsessed with this whole thing Wouldn’t you think she’d already Googled the fire that killed Adele’s super-rich parents? Or did you read Rob’s notebook in full long ago? Why is she just flipping through Dribs and Drabs as if it were as removable as that series?

“Adele has no one else, not right, and I know what that feels like,” Louise tells her friend Sophie as the reason she can’t just go away. Still, I see Louise in my head because she should know better It’s like screaming on-screen when characters in horror movies make ill-advised, stupid decisions.She breaks into her old office to steal David’s file on Adele, and then takes it to Adele in the house she is with David shares!

When Adam got back from his month, I was surprised to see Louise’s emotionally honest and productive engagement with her ex, Ian, I think she surprised herself.She tells him she is happy for him and his pregnant women … and me believe her; She also seems really happy with herself the next day, she and Adam are enjoying an extended mom and son outing in the park, and she looks delighted She looks like she has no worries in the world Live this life, Louise Live in these healthy places You haven’t known David and Adele in two months!

I feel bad for Louise and I can imagine that at the beginning of this whole thing she felt lonely and I get it when she wonders why she can’t be the one to screw it up once I know how that feels But the depths of the shit she got herself into when she really always had a viable choice to go away is hard to understand I don’t want to see Louise at the bottom of the well next to Rob, though I feel like I have that she’s going in that direction if she’s not careful. And then, surprisingly, I care most about Rob. He really seems like the most likeable character to me; He’s just a guy whose life was total rubbish and he finally found a ray of hope in Adele and it led to his death

I keep thinking of the other suspense thriller I’ve seen on Netflix: Lupine The structure is different, however, it signals pretty early on that its protagonist (whose name is Assane, not Lupine) is on a morally just quest even though we know that (most) cops do their own version of “the right thing” on his tail by pursuing the criminal. There lies the problem: How will Assane be successful without ending up behind bars? I don’t know yet but I know I feel good about rooting it When it comes to behind her eyes I can’t say that I’m for anyone I’m just curious to see how it all turns out which is a completely different matter

At the end of the episode, Louise sends a letter to a detective setting out her suspicions about David.Then she finally finds out what it means to travel outside of your body and finds that Adele had been planning on all along and spied – until their awkward meeting on the street in the first episode “Oh, you lying bitch,” says Louise seething and boy, did I laugh? It was such a moment on the soap opera, but it was appropriate because that’s where this series is. In my first roundup, I mentioned that “sudsy” is a quality I enjoy in the perhaps insane, definitely unreliable femme fatale genre of being Be careful what you want!

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Behind Her Eyes

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