Good morning™, post-mortem examiners!
… but Barnabas seemed like such a nice guy (to Bonnie, at least). Well, there may still be hope for Bonnie and Joe if Joe is sticking around a bit longer.
Has anyone ever mentioned the fact Joe shares the same name as her younger brother?
Well done depiction of a down pour also for this. Felt like it was raining at times.
Good morning™, love struck little goils !
How can Joe leave just yet with all that post capture work to be typed up ? Any excuse to drag those dogs. I see some sparks coming up but no marriage, not now at least. That will be a dangling plot point to possibly be picked up at a later time.
He’s not done with you yet, Bonnie!
I am wondering how it is that diners are still allowed to be calmly having their meals when this is now a crime scene and really should be taped off until the investigation and mop up is completed?
Body lying in the rain
Life goes on
For those in pain
For others the dawn
Bonnie seems very calm for someone who came thisclose to teaching her last lesson.
Dick should lecture her on the dangers of going on a date with a stranger.
Meanwhile, the waiters are having a side discussion: “Hey, George – shouldn’t the guy check his wet coat and hat?” “He’s the star of the strip, Benny – you tell ’im!”
Very expressive eyes on Bonnie; nice touch.
If Tracy messed up Bonnie’s possible reuniting with Joe, Tess would have him sleep on the couch so fast, it’d look like one of his shootouts.
Alt Script: 1-DT: Sorry Ellie Mae. Your date’s never coming back. He asked me to let you know. 2-ELLIE MAE: Why caint I keep a feller? What’s wrong with me? DT: Well I don’t have time to go into all that. Here. Drink this bracer and I’ll give you the long and short of it. 3-DT: Here goes. Basically it boils down to “You’re a little bit country and I’m a little bit rock n roll”. You’ll be alright. Just stick to fishing in your own pond. ELLIE MAE: Soooo…Jethro? DT: Sheesh. I guess. But don’t have kids
Running water is notoriously difficult to draw well. ✨
After dispatching a murderer, Tracey sits down for a hearty steak dinner.
Bonnie should ask her dad why he didn’t warn her about a teacher killing serial killer in the area.
Who was the guy Tar was living with? I wonder if there hasn’t been some sort of switch?
I love the diners in the background; just another day in paradise – wet streets, serial killers blown away in shootouts…
Tracy dashing into the restaurant was an emotional reaction because it was his daughter. It was unlikely that Bonnie was in any danger in a crowded restaurant. After dinner is another story but isn’t that what the stakeout would accomplish, to follow them once they were alone and away from a crowd? If Tracy wanted Bonnie away from Tar, he could have called her on her cell phone and asked her to meet him outside where he could have filled her in.
Of course, a stakeout in a squad car wasn’t very subtle so it would have made it difficult to follow them covertly.
Bonnie is still a bit shaky after her close call with the Serial Slayer of Teachers (Who Criticize his Columns, I guess). A little reassurance that Joe will still be around for a while—long enough for them to rekindle their romance, if indeed so it goes—is comforting, as drippy dad senses (he may not be the most romantic cop around, but he is wise enough)….
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