I’m imagining a future gathering of people in a room, like the kind where AA meetings take place. Alcohol is being consumed in this room, though. Lots of it. Even the booze that never gets drunk, like just straight cocktail mixers, are being poured into p more
On The Following, the relationships between the Followers are complex and dysfunctional. Those outside the cult have their own troubles too.
The relationships become more clear on "Whips & Regrets" and we break them down. Read More... http://www.budd more
The Following moved away from the direct search for Joe, Claire and Joey to instead focus on the push and pull between people in Joe's cult and outside of it. In "Whips and Regrets," people's needs were revealed no matter how depraved. And, Parker pulled more
Okay, seriously, what is Joe Carroll's big plan?
It's something I've been waiting to see revealed or at least hinted at beyond the fact that there is some larger motive involved.
Certainly in " Whips and Regret " Roderick was eager to begin, but Joe more
"Whips and Regret" leveled things off to a normal level of ridiculousness, relative to last week's clown show. Read More... http://www.tv.com/news/the-following-whips-and-regret-review-a-few-whips-more-regrets-136486991098/ more
What? The FBI somehow let the cult people track Claire Matthews and now she's gone? We're shocked. Read More... http://blogs.wsj.com/speakeasy/2013/04/01/the-following-recap-ryan-hardy-is-drinking-again/?mod=WSJBlog more
On the last episode of The Following, Claire willingly went with Roderick to be reunited with Joey. The cost is that she will also have to come face-to-face with her ex-husband again. Does he love her enough to keep her safe? Or, will he cause Claire harm more