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[S1E4] Partners Am I Right



Next, the quartet sits at the dining room table for a chat. Eleanor not-so-subtly grills Clint regarding his association with her daughter. While Kate insists the pair are partners and friends, Clint disentangles himself from those labels.




[S1E4] Partners Am I Right


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Clint shoots an arrow with a zipline so that Kate can escape, but she gets stuck right in the middle of it. Thankfully, she makes it across to Clint. Kate dukes it out with Maya on the rooftop while Clint fights the mysterious figure. This masked someone unleashes some electrifying weaponry, which certainly gives one pause.


A fight ensues between the four combatants, with Bishop injuring Lopez, which forces her to retreat, while Barton's unmasking of his assassin is revealed to be Yelena Belova,[b] who escapes. Barton decides that he cannot keep putting Bishop in danger and breaks off their partnership.


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Nolan: When I first met you I had just turned my life upside down and I was, I was lost. I was alone. Everything was alien to me but then you turned me right side up again and you gave me the confidence not just to endure the challenge but to actually enjoy them and I'm so grateful for that. But now that we're here I just don't think...Lucy: Um, are you breaking up with me?


Meanwhile, Ben (Aasif Mandvi) has a theory that the change in Eric may have been caused by environmental factors: The family moved into that house around the time Eric's mood changed, and Ben finds some possible evidence of corrosion in the copper pipes -- over-exposure to copper can have psychiatric symptoms. That theory ends up being a bust, but it does freak Kristen out a bit (everything about this case is freaking Kristen out), and so she asks Ben to come inspect her pipes. And I mean that literally, you dinks. We're still working on the Kristen-David sexual tension (he tells her they "should get a drink sometime," you guys! A drink! Sometime!!); I don't know if I can take a David-Kristen-Ben love triangle right now. Just kidding, I totally could! I am always prepared for a love triangle! One might say over-prepared.


When David goes to give Eric his first drawing lesson, he finds the boy praying by the pool. Immediately you know something is up; Eric's being extra weird. Even though my spidey senses were tingling, I did not expect what happens next: David looks in the pool and discovers that Eric threw his baby sister in there in hopes of drowning her. Remember how I talked about finally having to cover my eyes? Yeah, it was right here. It is a chilling scene. David saves little Olive and she is 100 percent fine, but they put Eric's exorcism on the express train. They need to do something for these parents before Eric kills someone.


But they have it all wrong. The team gets all geared up for an exorcism (we'll get to see this exorcist priest in action by season's end, right?), but when they arrive at Eric's home, there are already police there. His mother is tearful and cagey, telling them that there was an incident and Eric is missing. He ran away. But they can also hear Eric's dad (Michael Stahl-David) telling the police that "the blood isn't Eric's" and Eric's mom whispers to them that she loves all of her children, but when one is putting the others in danger, she needs to protect them. The team stands on the front stoop in shock. This woman and her husband have killed their son. Let that sink in. These people were so scared and felt so helpless, they murdered their own child... and they are going to get away with it. David, Kristen, and Ben all look like they might throw up right there. Instead, David goes home -- with a graphic novel Eric apparently left for him -- and prays. Kristen goes home to her girls, but being surrounded by them is too much for her and she winds up on the kitchen floor, trying to muffle her sobs by turning on the kitchen faucet. It is devastating, and a clear indication that these cases are going to take a toll on our heroes. So anyway, that should be fun and I'll see you next Thursday? 041b061a72


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