Will: (Bitches, but not so much that he looks like a jerk.)
Joanna: "Great, so that settles it. I get to do whatever I want, because now Mia is also in trouble and there could be another murder, and also because of justice."
Will: "Fine, but maybe I am not your boyfriend like I was this morning, in my imagination, after we did it."
Joanna: "I really don't care about all of that, but thanks for understanding."
Will stomps away, once again a singleton, and Joanna tells bossman (Angel Batista!) her plan, which is to take the job and go back to the plan from before Remy died and she accidentally broke Will again. We focus on the three-pronged bruise of Vivian while Bon Iver -- always a sign of a bummer comin' up -- starts to play.
And who's that sittin' on the dock, shiverin' like Glenn Close that one time on Damages and literally chewing on a ring that could deliver quite a three-pronged wallop? The very upset, incredibly face-making Julian Bowers. He drops the ring, and it sinks like a stone.
THIS SEASON ON DECEPTION
Vivian showing up in dreams like they always do, Joanna drinking vodka and making out with Julian, Ellie Goulding's all worried about something, Joanna's gettin' sucked into her various new lives to various extents, everybody second-guessin' her all the time, Robert's a creep, Sofia's awesomely a creep, Edward's seven different kinds of a creep, fake lesbians making out at pool parties, maybe they take some trips to some places, everybody on drugs all the time, Mia's got a lot of problems, people constantly getting punched and thrown about. It's all happening.
JACOB CLIFTON is a freelance writer and critic based in Austin, Texas. He currently recaps The Good Wife, Deception, and Pretty Little Liars for TWoP. Jacob can be found online at jacobclifton.com, on Twitter, and on Facebook. IRL work appears in BenBella's SmartPop series of anthologies, and a novelette, "The Commonplace Book," appeared this fall on Tor.com.