Stop what you’re doing and read this book
→A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens
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This is the season finale that keeps on giving: I keep having more and more and more thoughts about it.
Here’s one that just struck me: This moment right here would set the entire tone for Finch and Reese’s working relationship in the future. This is exactly why Finch tried to set things up so Reese would continue working the numbers, no matter what, and tried to discourage Reese from coming to his aid — because Finch himself had tried to ignore other people and just concentrate on helping his one friend. And that’s what wrecked everything.
he…he did it all for nathan
accessing the irrelevant list….saving the numbers…..
it was all for nathan
NATHAN was taken away from him in the worst way possible
and now he’s trying to save others
to fix what he didn’t save in the first place
I was going to update the Person of Interest drinking game for the finale until I realized this is all I got.
- Drink whenever you remember this is the season finale and whatever cliffhanger it ends on we have to wait another three months to find out what happens.
Enjoy crying into your wine, everyone.
Don’t kill Grace.
Please please please please please don’t kill Grace.
(Not that I’ve heard anything suggesting Grace might be killed. But you know how cataclysmic season finales can be, and I get scared when I think of all the soul-shattering possibilities they might come up with.)