Mahone was much, MUCH, more interesting as the completely haywire agent who needs to put bullets in fugitives because the memory of Oscar Shales makes him snap. The fact that he puts bullets in fugitives because heís a pawn of The Company makes him boring, in my opinion. Heís still unstable and definitely has some Shales-related skeletons in the closet, but it doesnít seem as compelling.
The big reveal, however, puts Kellerman, one of the most boss, badass characters on TV, back in a position of power Ė something he so rightly deserves. It pains me greatly to see him play bitch to other agents and I almost cried when he seemed to show concern over Sara last week. He needs to go on a killing spree just to cleanse himself.
Oh, Sara, you incredibly hot moronÖ
Whenever this show goes on hiatus, it goes out hot and comes back hot. Tonightís was an awesome return episode. As long as we donít find the guys back together in a couple of weeks digging another hole, itís all good. This is a pretty terrific ensemble cast. I love following these ten people going in ten different directions, cause the actors are pretty good, but the characters are great.
Some woman stares at Seacrest and itís creepy. Hey Ė Taylor is wearing a powder blue suit. Thatís a sure sign itís 50s night. So everyone gets guidance this week from Barry Manilow. I guess Iím the only guy in the world who still thinks he sucks.