Meanwhile, Elizabeth screeches up to the alley in her car and opens the back door. Philip perp-walks Badass to the car, screaming Miranda rights for the benefit of the nosy neighbors so that they can't hear Badass hollering "THEY'RE NOT COPS!" He gets shoved into the car anyway and it looks like Elizabeth glares at Philip before getting back inside. They then pull into an alley and while Philip changes the license plates, Elizabeth tries to keep Cuteski -- who I guess she retrieved previously -- conscious and staunch his bleeding. Back in the car, Philip peels out into the night. Elizabeth leans over the front seat and tells him that Cuteski's bleeding out and has 10, maybe 15 minutes left. Philip thinks they can drop him at Arlington Methodist and still make their scheduled drop time, I guess to hand Badass off to whoever's going to deliver him to Moscow. Elizabeth says they don't have time to do both and "the mission comes first." I know it used to be novel that the woman character would be the most ruthless one, but now I wonder if that's become predictable. Do we have to make the woman extra-ruthless and unemotional in order to give her credibility in this world? Does she need to do that to herself? Food for thought during this silly spy show!
Episode Report CardJoe R: B- | 421 USERS: B+
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