rab01 March 15, 2017 Share March 15, 2017 I said a few episodes into the series that I was going to hate the conspiracy plot because the eventually revealed motivations would never be enough to merit all the risk (and death) they had to endure to achieve their ends and I still feel that way, That said, I liked this episode (even though it was all conspiracy) because it was the right kind of ludicrous. Playing fast and loose with obvious stuff about how the government works is boring but doing the same about assassins can be goofy fun. That in mind, here's my head canon for why it was up to MacLeish to make sure Catalan died -- because that way the conspiracy increases their hold on him. He's clearly a weak reed and the people running the conspiracy probably know that so they plan various ways to make him more and more complicit. 3 Link to comment
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