Mr. Jeffries. Finch wants to respect his wishes not to undergo surgery. Benton doesn't. Blah blingety blah. With no preamble at all, Benton non sequiturs, "All right. I went over there. She was upset. She was crying. She came on to me. I didn't do anything. I didn't want to do anything. [Because she's scary. And crazy.] Now, maybe she felt guilty -- she told Roger, she put a spin on it." "And you wouldn't put a spin on it," Finch snaps. Benton says he wouldn't. Finch asks why, then, Benton didn't tell her. Benton says, "To avoid this...you looking at me like I did something wrong." Finch pouts, "I see. You didn't trust me, and I'm supposed to trust you." Benton says he didn't think it was worth getting into. Finch clips, "Good. At least I know where I stand." Benton holds up a warning finger, telling her that isn't what he meant. Dude, don't wave your finger in her face when you're the one who fucked up. Behind them, Lily pokes her head out of Mr. Jeffries's room and says that his pressure's dropping. Finch tells Benton to go. And he does.
Episode Report CardWing Chun: C+ | 310 USERS: C+
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