So much fun to watch!
First the whodunnit: At this point, my money is on Leo. He was "too" convincing as a "poor little me " in his interview. I think the sock DNA will be a red herring, because remember, Leo washes the socks, so he could have had anybody on the team's DNA on a sock. Maybe he was angry at Trish for dumping his mentor, and he wanted some kind of sick revenge. Maybe he's just a psycho. He certainly has the eyes for it.
He lied about his girlfriend dumping him in his interview. And we know he has that cocky (no pun intended) attitude going on a lot of the time. He's my top suspect right now, but other people may be involved.
Jim is an asshole supreme, but I'm not sure he did it. I was confused about his remembering the red car - didn't the woman say the tow never came? Is he lying about this? Ed is still hiding something, but I believe him when he says he wouldn't hurt Trish. (And how dumb is the daughter, pawing over the strings as evidence?)
I think the cabbie is definitely into porn. Maybe he filmed the rape? Anyway, if he's not guilty I hope his wife takes a tire iron to his head anyway.
Now to the fun stuff. How awesome was Hardy in that rant? The thick Scottish accent just makes it better, too. "Ye wee boys...". LOL. You go dad, you go. I wish Miller would clue Daisy in to the fact that she has a decent man as a father. Likewise Tom could use a little talk from Hardy regarding his mom.
I laughed out loud at Miller's face when Hardy decided he was just too nice. Coleman should get some sort of award for that scene alone.
This show has done a fantastic job showing how dealing with someone with clinical depression is a soul sucking, exhausting experience, and just how lost those people are to any sort of logic or reason. I hope they get Mark to accept the help he needs. I'm glad he lived for Chloe's sake.
Trish's daughter's organized gathering was life affirming. She and Chloe are the true adults in the town.
I want "poor me" little Daisy to grow a pair and tell her father that they need to invite the Millers over for dinner. Surely she has some of her father's resolve.
And whoever above who said they'd watch an hour of Miller and Hardy bickering, I'd be right with you on the pew.
I have mixed feelings for next week. I desperately want to know who did it, but I don't want to say goodbye to this show.
PS - As an American, I've never heard of "screw you petal" either. That said, I was glad she told that woman off in high style.