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savinhill
Mar 28, 2010


I just hate her name, everytime its said I think it should be Amanda instead and it gets on my nerves.

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savinhill
Mar 28, 2010


Lycus posted:

Again, Trey is totally the real killer. Daniel/Trey scenes were pretty frickin' tense.

He's pretty crafty too, he could totally have Daniel framed for George's murder if that was his intention.

savinhill
Mar 28, 2010


Ubiquitous_ posted:

That was likely more "it's okay to be curious about the truth of what happened", because he's the one constantly left out of the loop as far as big events with Daniel are concerned. This is why he had Hanna's tape for Daniel earlier in the season.



Yeah, pretty much this, Daniel was also saying how he knew he was using his headphones right before that. As for him spying on Bobby Dean, I just saw that as him wanting to see what the family on the other side of the murder was like.

savinhill
Mar 28, 2010


life is killing me posted:

Yeah all I'm saying it, Teddy should have taken Daniel's previous experiences and hardships into account before deciding he was going to be a complete dick.

But no, I agree with you, Teddy didn't deserve that "punishment." I think Daniel could have gotten his point across with a punch. I always wanted Daniel to just get this cathartic bitch session out with everyone. He always seemed, in both seasons, to be maddeningly stoic about his situation and Teddy and the senator and all that. He only breaks the stoicism a little bit in the debrief when speaking directly to the senator. So it was, again, maddening that he never just lost it even once and did a "normal" thing by just punching Teddy in the face. Not that it's really normal to do that and there's usually no need to punch anyone in the face for anything in the real world, but I wanted him to just make a point.

And it would have been nice if Daniel said something like "Teddy just kept digging at me about prison rape, even after I told him my first years in prison were a living hell of repeated rape, abuse and degradation" to one of the people who he discussed the whole coffee grounds incident with instead of letting them just think he lost control of his repressed sex assault urges once again.

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