Deception Review: Along Came Haverstock

"Tell Me" certainly attempts to tell a cohesive story, but the episode just ends up being a mess with three wildly different plots that never really bother to stitch up together. Mostly, the episode is forty minutes of filler and three minutes of story.

First and foremost, is Haverstock. I’m still enjoying his character, and his interaction at the party with a bunch of drunk or stoned teenagers certainly had some charm to it; however, the way he went about telling Mia he’s her father lacked any tact at all. Read More...


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Mar 4, 2013 3:40AM EST

That was really creepy when Haverstock told Mia that he was her father...I'd have been so mad if I was Mia, not only to find out that she's the product of statutory rape, but also because he ended up dropping that bomb on her at her own party. Yuck.

Speaking of the party, I thought it was awesome that they used "A/B Machines" by Sleigh Bells during that scene, that was probably my favorite party jam of 2010, glad to hear it used in this show

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