I found it interesting that, last time, there were no Tribal Police available to search for the missing woman, but this week there's what, 8-10 cars ready on the sting? And they blow their sirens as they're going through a pasture. Move over, gophers! This is an emergency!
I'm glad to see that Beth The Invincible finally got taken down a peg or two in the financial world. I am surprised that Bob the Voice puts up with her insubordination, sometimes. One wonders why, with all her ruthlessness and financial acumen, she doesn't have her own firm. Roarke is far too high strung to be a shark broker. He's going to make a mistake also. Shorting a stock, by the way, from what I read, is borrowing shares from a broker, and selling them on the market, hoping that the price will go down and you can buy them back cheaper, and then return the borrowed shares. It takes a buyer to be able to sell stock, so, unless everyone is taken in by ME's wealth, shorting wouldn't work on a large scale. Then Market Equities, seeing their stock being shorted, would wait it out and buy the shares back at those lower prices. Let someone else take the hit for buying at the higher level. But I'm not a broker, just broke.
I think, based on the conversation at the arena, that John already suspects that Rip got Beth pregnant, even though Rip doesn't know that he did.
Yeah, Walker is one dumb fool to stick around the local area after getting a reprieve from death. Maybe he's still on parole and has to be there.
The plot of the airport deal is just too much.