And Simon's walking Janis out to her car. He says casually, "You're quite the hero today. I like a woman who knows how to handle a firearm. Fancy a drink?" Janis demurs with, "I'm not really your type," and Simon tells her, "You'd be surprised to know what my type is." A platonic female friend who is likely to scope out the same women you do? Janis says lightly, "I reviewed your uncle Teddy's autopsy x-rays. The CPR you gave him was quite aggressive. It could have even been the cause of his death." Simon feints, "I can be quite a tiger." Janis gives him the Don't-mess-with-the-firearm-proficient-lady look and says, "You murdered him to send a message. Message received." Simon replies, "I should have known -- a double plant. Two moles, in case one is caught. Brilliant -- and not one person in the office would suspect it's you. Not one." Janis smirks, and says, "Well, that would be the point now, wouldn't it?"
And on that note -- that note being "Oh, come on" -- the episode ends. But seriously: come on. This "She's a mole?" expository "twist" had better pay off in a big way -- and I mean a "Simon was Suspect Zero wandering around the stadium" way, not the "Charlie thinks D. Gibbons is a bad man based on secondhand hearsay" BS. Otherwise, it's just being deliberately obfuscatory, and on a show where we already have several characters with murky motives (Simon, Vogel, that nutjob preacher), do we really need another one? Especially with a scant handful of episodes left to resolve the season, and likely the series?
Oh, come on.
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