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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by Maui, Oct 24, 2013.
And totally amoral, which helps too.
You don't remember Root kidnapping, binding, and torturing the old boss of the machine? Didn't she also shoot, or threaten, an innocent guy at the train station to get Harold to cooperate?
She also took out the guy who trained Shaw in an earlier episode so for someone who doesn't appear to have any combat training, she was able to disable two highly trained killers.
I don't recall there being much effort disabling the guy in charge of the machine. He was portrayed as a desk jockey/pencil pusher type. Didn't she just basically walk in and taze him while he was sitting at his desk? I don't remember her taking anyone out hand-to-hand. She has, as I said, excellent intel: real-time updates from the machine, as in exactly where to point her gun and exactly when to pull the trigger--for example when she escaped from the psych ward. She is not the worst shot, I'll grant you that, but she's nowhere near as good as Shaw or Reese.
I watched this episode in a couple of chunks (rare for a single episode), I think I fell asleep a couple of times.. I *think* I saw the whole thing, but now I'm realizing I don't remember various things..
1) What does the title of the episode mean?
2) This one I think I'm just forgetting -- what exactly was on the audiotapes? What did she record? I mean, I remember she was just trying to catch drug dealers, but caught someone else who went after her (the little girl)
I guess this is more of a comment than a question, but at the end, when the girl was talking about "you have feelings, it's just like the volume is turned too low", I thought that that was going to be a clue about the cassette tapes, in that there was hidden/low volume audio.
By recording various phone lines in the building she recorded the Roosian mob guys dealing with the corrupt HR cops.
I've been meaning to see The Conversation but haven't gotten around to it yet.