Maybe that's a definition for love, too. But maybe it's also just a definition for danger. Can you imagine a way for this story to end well? I don't want it to end at all, but I can't see it ending well for these hapless, broken motherfuckers. One of those Shakespearian comedy finales, where everybody marries the right person finally. Or one of those Shakespearian tragedies, where every gun you shoot ends up pointed back at yourself. Either way, it's no longer time for the back-to-back, or the side-to-side. They have to look each other in the eye.
But hey, her eyes are open. Right?
Team Quinn pulls itself together, and we find out what's in the Box. A Virginia horse farm plays host to a surprising turn in the hit and run story, as the Waldens and Brodys possibly get even closer. Most exciting, though, Saul pays a visit to good old crazypants sleeper agent Aileen Morgan. God, wonder what she's been up to? Does she know about Tumblr? I think she'd really enjoy Tumblr.
JACOB CLIFTON is a freelance writer and critic based in Austin, Texas. He currently recaps Gossip Girl, The Good Wife and Homeland for TWoP. Jacob can be found online at jacobclifton.com, on Twitter, and on Facebook. An essay on the Texas of Friday Night Lights is available free this week from BenBella's SmartPop series, and a novelette, "The Commonplace Book," appeared recently on Tor.com.