In Season 1, Jessica and Trish was one of the great TV friendships. I see now why they spent two seasons destroying it...I just don't think it was worth it in the end.
Annoying as Trish was, I actually think it's too bad these shows aren't more connected to the MCU as I think the Trish character would be a great addition to The Thunderbolts. For those not familiar, the Thunderbolts are Marvel's version of the Suicide Squad, a bunch of ex-villains that the government sends out on missions. They are supervised and led by a superhero. I believe Hawkeye was the original leader and Luke actually led a team as well. Trish would be a logical addition to that team.
It was nice to see Luke again, probably the last time we'll see Mike Colter in that role.
Season 3 was definitely better than Season 2 but I was mixed on it. Krysten Ritter was always terrific but I think these Marvel Netflix shows (with the exception of Daredevil) clung to a rigid formula of darkness and storytelling and was too afraid to deviate from it. I think that's what hurt many of these shows. Still, I will miss this one and of course Daredevil.
Hogarth deserved to be alone, particularly when she lied again to Kith after confessing everything. Though I still found myself feeling bad for the character even if she didn't deserve it. So kudos to Carrie-Anne Moss there.
What the hell with the Malcolm storyline? His personal life is a mess, it doesn't really get resolved (we just see it continue to be a mess) and then it ends with a brief scene of him getting Jessica's company. I suppose having a messed up personal life is a requirement for Alias Investigations.
I liked the Erik character but Jessica was right to cut him loose.
LOL on them suddenly throwing winter coats and hats on everyone in the opening scene to hide Ritter's pregnancy.
I guess Jessica is going to be a superhero at the end in NYC. Always good to see a David Tennant "appearance."