bilgistic September 23, 2018 Share September 23, 2018 (edited) On 9/20/2018 at 1:07 AM, Simba122504 said: I believed the beacon was the father until the start of this episode. I don't even understand how Vera was able to blackmail Novack over this? Vera and Heather's dad didn't even personally know each other. She didn't even know Heather. Vera was a Mosswood member and once you enter Mosswood, the rest of the world doesn't exist. How can she force an outsider who is also a stranger to send her money for 10 years? It's not like she was ever going to report it to the police. And one more time. She never even met Heather's dad. They have no connection at at. Vera believed the beacon was the father. Marin told Vera he[the beacon] was the father. I'm positive TB believed he was the father too. If I'm wrong about the cult mother not knowing Heather's dad or Heather, then correct me if I'm wrong. I'm positive there wasn't any flashback or present scenes showing that. But we all knew daddy dearest was hiding something and was involved in some way. Of course he kept the keys in his jeans. Of course he did! The trope says the culprit will always leave the evidence right there in the open. They still never explained why Julian chose to kill Beth and that other member instead of just running away. He knew them well. They never harmed him. His first instinct was to poison them, even though they gave him no reason to do that. It did have good suspense at the start of the season. It seemed implied in the diner conversation with Harry that Jack was sending the money voluntarily, presumably because he felt guilty and at the very least some sense of responsibility. He set up the shell corporation named Daedalus, which in Greek mythology is the father of Icarus. Daedalus made Icarus's wings of feathers and wax that melted when he flew too close to the sun. He fell into the sea and drowned. Vera did have a connection to Heather's dad through the mustache man, Fisher. In the first(?) episode, Jack invited Harry to a party at Fisher's. Fisher was in the cult, but he didn't live at Mosswood. Edited September 23, 2018 by bilgistic 3 Link to comment
Join the conversation
You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.