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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by markymark_ctown, Mar 25, 2016.
Yes, that was Nikolai Timoshev, raping Paige in much the same way he raped Elizabeth.
He's a teenaged boy who's hot for his 25-year-old science teacher with big boobs, I think "fetish for older women" is overstating it by several orders of magnitude.
He also had a crush on Stan's wife. He had a picture of her hidden in his room, presumably to masturbate to.
Are you saying that you find Sandra attractive?
Or are you suggesting I am wrong about Henry's use for the picture?
Remember, he had Sandra's picture among a collection of other pictures of scantily clad women, all hidden under a floorboard in his room. What do you suppose he does with the pictures?
He's saying that just because that's what you would do with the picture, that doesn't mean it's what the boy was doing.
Given how angry Stan got with Phillip just for having a drink with his wife, imagine his reaction over Henry doing that!
Which still does not answer the question, what else would a teenage boy do with pictures of scantily clad women he keeps hidden in his room? Are you going to tell me he is studying to be a bikini and lingerie designer but does not want his family to know his career plans?
Oh jeez, let's not make this into another Big Bang Theory: Felonious Alcoholic Unit thread.
I think they need to tell Paige that they are not in charge, and their handlers sometimes record conversations in their house. Now someone higher up is going to kill the Pastor, and there's nothing they can do about it. She'll feel guilty (as she should) but it would shut her mouth.
In the 1980s there were no security investigators at airports. That TSA-like guy was 20 years early....actually the TSA doesn't have anybody doing that job NOW. The TSA gate agents are minimally trained, but power mad, clerks.
I thought he was just an over-zealous security guard on his way to or from work...
He was. No TSA implied IMO.
No one said he was TSA, which obviously didn't exist back then. But the guard did imply that it was his job to investigate the pilot who appeared distressed.
Would it shut her up or, knowing her relationship with Pastor Tim and with God, would it make her rat out her parents? I'd actually lean toward the latter.
Yeah, falling in line doesn't seem to be her thing...
Paige is not supposed to know her parents are spies.
Why wouldn't those handlers not kill Paige?
Gabriel knows they told Paige. And Gabriel represents Moscow Centre, who wants to recruit Paige to be a spy just like her parents. This is the reason for the computer. So no, the handlers have no reason to want to kill Paige. At least not yet.
Speaking of that computer... I imagine the Centre has installed spyware on it so they can keep track of Paige's internet activity.