Think of it as doing your rounds.
I just started catching up on demand. Great show. Excellent women. Slow start but much more enticing as it goes along.
Great acting by both Harrelson and McConaughey. (McConaughey has really come into his own as of late.)
I was pleasantly surprised to see the dirty amish girl from Banshee doing her thing on this show as well.
With on episode left I feel like the show peaked at the end of episode 5.
Still really enjoying it (one of the best shows I've seen in a while) but a lot of the anticipation has been pulled out and it feels a lot like a traditional crime drama at this point. I'm really looking forward to the finale but I feel like it's going to be pretty straight forward (and that's fine) but the first five episodes were just on a different level.
Yeah, I kind of agree, but I'm still holding out hope that they finish strong. I wish the last episode was longer than an hour though, would make me more optimistic. Discussion for those who are caught up:
So obviously the 'spaghetti face with the green ears' will be discovered by Rust and Marty. The description of the final episode says that the case moves forward after they find something that was missed, hoping that it's more than just the 'green ears' being the sound-proof earmuffs... If it turns out that they get the evidence they need and go to the detectives or other law enforcement, then I'll agree, it peaked, and will have finished like so many other crime dramas.
dude on the lawnmower, scars all on his face
But how did MM not notice any of that when he first interviewed him in episode 3 at the abandoned church/school?