Well, I am not sure I could be more wrong about what was happening and who was it behind it than I was in my predictions last week. Truly, I am no Brenda. Did any of you not gasp when the bomb was dropped about Armand?
Here I was blaming his wife, Joan, and his nephew Skander, when it was Armand all along. I was truly baffled when they got the DNA results and both turned to look at Joan and Armand. I never once guessed that Armand was actually one of the police/soldiers that found the Marku family and raped the women. Then to find out he is the father of Skander? Unreal. I think I am still in shock. Top that off with his killing everyone that could identify him, probably even including his son, and I was stunned. Great twist, writers.
What I loved is how well the team came together to find out how to actually nab Armand once they realized who he was and what he had done, even enlisting his wife’s help. It was chilling when Brenda told her, "There was only one survivor in that room, yet we have heard that story twice." Do you know I still did not know what was going on at that point? Some detective I would make. I was a bit surprised that the team even managed to come together with all of the griping that was going on. I might have asked this last week, but how is it possible that an entire division, charged with solving murders, thought they could all go away at Christmas and not have a murder to solve? That was the most unrealistic part of these episodes.
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