I agree, i wanted him to slap that thing out of her smug mouth so badly..
Got prayers for the dead
Got prayers for the dead
I thought they weren't his shirts at first too and the drycleaner just gave him a bunch of white button downs. But, when you see them hanging in the closet at his house in the clear drycleaning bag it looked like they had the markings of a police uniform on them (shoulder patches, etc..).
Yeah I forgot about the voice change & can see how it could have all possibly been in his head but then again... it was the ATFEC who went into that hugging black guy's place & just started unloading the choppas on them.
I agree, animalistic nature brought out to its fullest extent.
I actually like the preacher but yeah, that's about it.
Ask some questions and maybe other show watchers can answer them.
That whole conversation was off; went left real quick.
Those kidnappers made Gladys real humble with that stoning. Iron Shiek would be proud.
The white shirts were probably other people's. They weren't all together, they were scattered on the racks so probably not all his if any were at all.
Then again if he dropped them off at different times they wouldn't all be together. So maybe they are his shirts.
That's not really the point though. Things disappear in that town all the time. Shirts, cabbage patch dolls, people...
You're focusing on the wrong thing. Look at the way he reacted to the shirts disappearing. He got wasted and went and threatened a shop keep who may or may not have been in the wrong.
The cop is unwinding with his marriage. He's not just losing his wife and his dress shirts, he may be losing his sanity.
P.S. I think the scene with the phone conversation and as some people said the voice on the line sounding like the dog catcher/shooter's was done intentionally.
For weeks we wondered if that dude was real or a figment of his imagination, despite all evidence to the former (other people interacting with the shooter.)
Now that we've gotten confirmation he's a real tangible person that other people can see, here what sound's like the dog "catcher's" voice again this time without his physical embodiment and we're again wondering if the agent is on the other end of the line or it's just a figment of his imagination even though we know the ATFEC runs up in cults and shoots them up. We know his dad hears voices, maybe the dog catcher's voice is the voice inside his head.
We after all aren't certain that every single time Kevin saw the catcher (was his name Dean?) that he was really there and that some of the instances weren't imagined.
And Lindeloff wants us struggling with that blurred line between reality and the imagined. What's real? What's not?
Or should we just focus on how Kevin responds to his perceived reality?
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