Twisted Season 1 Review “Home is Where the Hurt Is”

We’re getting back to who likes who and who doesn’t know who likes them on episode fourteen ofTwisted and, amazingly, amidst the scramble for Homecoming dates during ‘Home is Where the Hurt is’, we also got some more clues to mull over. Vikram had a $10 million life insurance policy, Danny and Charlie were cell mates and, despite his best efforts, Danny can’t resist Lacey’s charms for long.

I’ve never been a huge fan of Homecoming episodes of high school shows, but they sure are a good way to bring everyone together and sift through the love connections. Here we have Danny and Lacey, Charlie and Lacey, Rico and Jo, Rico and Andie and – teased at the very end – a glimmer of Charlie and Jo. Danny’s election as Homecoming king did bring back the show’s interesting perspective on mass guilt and hysteria, and I liked how the town’s instant reaction to suspecting him for killing Regina was to elect him ‘their leader’. Danny might have rejected the gesture because of his own remorse and self-loathing, but I like to think he would have done the same even without the recent death of his father.



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