This article is BS. They’re just pissed it had to end so soon. Lol. I personally loved the ending. I knew from the beginning there was something there between the two. It wasn’t rushed. It felt right. I’ll agree with the crazy twist about the Mayor saving her ass— but let’s face it, folks, it’s reality. That does happen in real life. It doesn’t make it any more positive than this article is trying to interpret it as. It’s the sad truth about politics. And honestly, if they tried putting her away, even as she waived her rights, I think the judge would either throw the case out or give her a very mild punishment (like suspension without pay). Skinner’s murders justify her killing him. Now, some of you may say that there might not even be a hearing since she waived her rights. Well guess what?! Y’all would be pissed off because she was put away with no conclusive evidence! Confession isn’t enough, and Reddick didn’t have shit. Just theories. Wouldn’t that be promoting the illegal activities happening behind closed doors, too? People would be pissed off if that’s what happened, and it sure as hell wouldn’t fit in 6 episodes.
- mislang "An Ode To Old Dogs"