I admit that as soon as I realized that this episode would have been entirely dedicated to Laurie and Tom, I was quite annoyed. I've waited two weeks to know of Jarden pond and placing me Laurie and Tom?! Tom still, but his mother for fifty minutes no! I appreciate Amy Brenneman since Judging Amy and credit for her performance as Laurie Garvey are undoubted – he spent an entire season without ’ almost never saying anything and at the same time fully expressing every emotion; the problem is Laurie itself. He abandoned the family to join Guilty Remnants and let that crazy sect oblige to divorce Kevin, to turn your back – several times – to his daughter and to put the latter in danger of life. And then c ’ was Guilty style Remnants, with that silence irritating and distressing stalking. It is not a good starting point; tuttavia, at the end of the vision, Let's say the ’ former Mrs. Garvey is improving, with many difficulties.
Laurie She lives with her son, Let the Guilty Remnants, He's writing a book on the ’ experience between them and runs support groups for those who want to follow his way, with Tom which acts as a mole/bait. But like what happened with the protagonists of the first two episodes, the serenity is far from ’ be found. Once again, What we see in the first few minutes is only appearance, whose cracks occur slowly over '. Help other Guilty to abandon that impatient Remnants cult and return to normal refers to the psychologist Laurie who was at one time; Tom gives the role of mother who prepares the grilled cheese and the book represents the objective for the near future, mixed with a redemption whose blank period. Pity that each of these aspects is tinged by anger and suffering that Laurie first refuses to admit. The woman is first among two hostility that doesn't give truce: on the one hand, that of the group to which it belonged until yesterday, from ’ more than the real world that has just returned and that translates into the need for money and laptop theft. Before both the seemingly serene ’ Laurie gives the early signs of instability: invests two Guilty Remnants, they have the only guilty of being stubbornly stationed just like you, and engages in the House of his host to recover the pc.
The reasons for this fragile state emerge more clearly in the relationship with his patients and in particular with the newcomer Susan. This ’ is accepted again and again at home with open arms as the son and husband, While Jill wants nothing to do with his mother. But Susan does not seem satisfied, on the contrary, When strives to smile is almost disturbing. I think only Laurie be surprised when women intentionally provoke an incident in which dies with the rest of the family; It is true that had resumed talking, but in every gesture perceived emptiness typical of depression. The only thing that ’ felt, or at least he thought to hear, It was the anger of others: her husband because she was gone and especially that of Laurie. The Garvey denies being mad as denies suffering, However, it is clear that lie to herself. L ’ Publisher interested in his book not only parses the text – that still didn't read very well – but Laurie same: She merely reporting events all within the ’ sect, This is not in any way the emotions experienced, the how and the why behind those facts. What Garvey asks his patients, "How do you feel about it?"typical of psychologists, It is precisely the question that she primarily avoids responding because it would mean dealing with what he has done to his family and especially to Jill. L ’ the editor remembers all this right after the news of the death of Susan, that is evidence of ’ futility of what Laurie is doing to be able to move forward. A woman's reaction is so predictable, but not the one that has: Laurie leaps all Publisher ’ fury, forgetting totally the intent to return the length of nearly one thousand dollars!
Tom is not better, especially after ’ humiliation and violence to which it is subjected when it is caught in an attempt to recruit outgoing from Guilty Remnants. In a scene that left me pretty disturbed, Tom is bared, sexually abused, covered with gasoline and almost gave the flames; and contribute heavily to my reaction is the creator of everything ’: Meg! The character of Liv Tyler is back: Meg appears slowly, surrounded by light until last ’ hides her features, bringing back for a few moments to its Arwen de The Lord of the rings When it appears before ’ loved Aragorn. Nothing further! What the heck happened to Meg?! It was a dubious protagonist, but she had never been so ruthless. In logic he should have taken a leading role in the sect and consequently see Laurie a sworn enemy, but c was ’ really need to treat Tom that way?
After these images, I followed the conclusion of episode ’ with a slight confusion, absolutely not facilitated by Tom's confession. Convinced that the former Guilty Remnants have an inner emptiness that the sect could somehow fill, While they may not, Laurie and Tom decide to reveal the change that has taken place in the boy: before his death, Holy Wayne has "passed" to Tom his gift – l ’ healing embrace from suffering – and now the young is ready to use it to relieve pain. Although this story explains the previous references to Holy Wayne during the show, puzzles me in everyway possible. Not to mention ’ Tom image that stands up to offer her magical hug.
It will be for the bully return of Guilty or Remnants ’ Holy heritage Wayne, This most recent episode made me breathe the atmosphere of old The Leftovers; and not in a bad way. Finally there is explained the belief all source of ’ in white: "They believe the world ended", which explains their name, "the culprits were". Despite the premise so, the third episode also confirms the good path taken by this new season. But now we move forward and back to the pond in Jarden!