Reindeer Games wrote:
I bet he did know and is just a massive troll. Making them go out looking for her knowing she was in the barn all that time.
Yes, I think that, too. It's also the group's 'get out of jail' card to use against Herschel - for a 'man of God' that was low-down dirty thing to do to them all. His reasoning will be doubtless that had he told them, he knew full well what they would do to her (which they promptly did), but even so, by keeping quiet about her, assuming he did know, any moral ground he might have had has now been lost.
Great episode - very
compelling viewing and expertly made - never once veered into cheesiness and that is no easy thing to achieve when you're essentially driving a story as fanciful and bonkers as this. Shane continues to impress (his strongest episode yet - the face-off with Dale at the swamp was great and I loved Dale's line about how Shane 'belonged in a world like this'; great writing and acting), but above all I like the entire series' tone and style. I also think the opening titles for the series are some of the best around.
Can't wait for more.