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Submitted by alycakes 865d ago | review

The Following: One Step Closer: TV Fanatic Review

TV Fanatic:
'The Seige' was a nail-biting episode of The Following that drew Ryan Hardy mere feet away from rescuing Joey.

It was nice to see Ryan and the FBI make progress and put a potential snag in Joe Carroll's master plan, especially because Joe's usually been so many steps ahead.

Even behind bars, Joe's the ultimate manipulator and he's easily becoming the villain you love to hate. The difference in his lawyer's demeanor between the past and present was a complete shift from confident and in control to fearful and obedient.

And maybe it's because Joe has the accent that adds to his menacing and sophisticated personality, but it's becoming clear with each episode that Carroll is television's Hannibal Lector. Minus the fava beans, chianti, and eating people, of course. (The Following, TV) 4.7/5

alycakes  +   867d ago
You would think by now that she would know her ex husband well enough to know that she should not do what he says at any cost.

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