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S01.E03: Everybody Knows This is Nowhere

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Written by Neil Cross & Ian Scott McCullough; directed by Jeremy Podeswa.

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This was my least favorite episode so far since I thought it dragged on a bit, but maybe that was the point, since it mimicked their turmoil of plodding through the desert. I still thought it had some really interesting moments. I wasn't worried about any of the family members, since I figure they're not going to kill any of them this early on in the show. I was worried for Chuy though, and I thought that he might betray the family, but I'm glad he didn't. Although I guess we don't really know yet who the people are that picked them up. I was annoyed that Allie wasn't asking the two men any questions, like who are you, where are you taking us? I also thought it was strange that they just left Chuy with that one guy. I don't think he'd be able to get him into the pick up truck on his own, so I guess he'll have to wait until Chuy wakes up. Hopefully he's ok! 

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10 hours ago, pezgirl7 said:

This was my least favorite episode so far since I thought it dragged on a bit, but maybe that was the point, since it mimicked their turmoil of plodding through the desert. I still thought it had some really interesting moments. I wasn't worried about any of the family members, since I figure they're not going to kill any of them this early on in the show. I was worried for Chuy though, and I thought that he might betray the family, but I'm glad he didn't. Although I guess we don't really know yet who the people are that picked them up. I was annoyed that Allie wasn't asking the two men any questions, like who are you, where are you taking us? I also thought it was strange that they just left Chuy with that one guy. I don't think he'd be able to get him into the pick up truck on his own, so I guess he'll have to wait until Chuy wakes up. Hopefully he's ok! 

Yeah, that's a good point. I did find the episode a little slow but it makes sense seeing as they were trudging through the desert and after 2 previous action-packed episodes it only made sense to slow down a little. This show definitely keeps you on the edge of your seat throughout though even in a slower episode.

Poor Chuy! I really hope he's okay in the next episode. He's the most sympathetic character for me so far. I'm so curious as to what Allie did that they've had to change their identities and are being hunted down by the feds and he's dragging his whole family along for the ride. Reminds me a little of  the movie Running on Empty where you feel sympathy for the kids whose parents are fugitives but they just want a normal childhood.

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