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Submitted by alycakes 541d ago | review

The Following: A House Divided: TF Review

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If Joe Carroll had a Twitter account he would probably have the most followers. Because, after "The Fall," it seems like they are simply everywhere.

Ryan Hardy crashed Emma, Paul and Jacob's kidnapping party, turning a situation the trio used to have under control into a tense police standoff that ultimately led to the breaking of their little fellowship.

Even as a hostage, Ryan still managed to have the upper hand, cleverly getting under his enemies' skin and pissing them off while they scrambled around trying to figure out what to do. (The Following, TV) 4.4/5

alycakes  +   542d ago
This is just getting ridiculous. They should know by now not to trust anyone. They are back to square one.
krazykombatant  +   541d ago
Am I the only one that thinks the FBI head honcho is on it too, ever since she gave joe carrol his books just something doesn't feel right.
Root  +   540d ago
I think it's more to do with her relating to the cult he's set up with her being born into one herself
medman  +   541d ago
I like this show, but the bumbling buffoonery of law enforcement is getting to be a bit much. It is stretching credulity. Last weeks show went off the rails completely in the realm of believability, dirty cops on the lunatic followers list aside. Also, there is not enough of the villain, and far too much of Kevin Bacon for my tastes. I haven't tuned out yet, but each week I find myself a little less interested to tune in.
alycakes  +   541d ago
I like the show too and I agree with you that the show makes the FBI and the cops look like they don't know what they're doing most of the time. They make some of the dumbest choices...I get so upset with them because in real life I just don't think the same choices would have been made.

I wish James Purfoy (Joe the villian) would have been the good guy...I really like him and he doesn't do enough movies or tv so I was glad to see he was doing a tv show then found out he was the bad guy. He's a great actor.
krazykombatant  +   541d ago
In all fairness hes doing a great job in the evil guy role, I imagine him getting out sooner or later in the series.
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Root  +   540d ago
I think people are really hard on this show, yeah it's not believable but still....it's fun to watch. Maybe in that "universe" the cops/FBI aren't like ours.

The only problem is the kid...Joey. Now he's an idiot, can he not see by now whats going on and that Emma is luring him away from his mother. He saw a cop shoot ab FBI agent

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