Maaan, so that big scene (and I kind of knew what they were up to when they delivered the truck full of "bodies." I figured it was those lifelike mannequins) and the scenes building up to it, was when I was like "Do not watch this fucking shit!" Actually I wrote that even before the reactions, which were just as wretched and heart wrenching as I thought they'd be.
But yeah, that was soooooooooooooooooo fucked up. And poor Nora, geez, Nora. She's been so unpredictable, especially. Thought she'd grab the gun like so many and go after the Guilty Remnant, but no. Thought she'd kill herself, but no. Thought she'd run off to another state/country, but no.
I also really liked Wayne's end. "I think I might be a fraud." Even though he was a pederast (ok there's worse than underage girls, but still), he was so gentlemanly in his final moments. "Please sir, don't go, I don't want to be alone. "
And the G.R. in general. I fucking hate them!!! Chain smoking fucks!
Also worthy note, is Ann Dowd as Patti, the GR leader. My god, when she spoke, VERY intense actor. Especially in her final moments, and on October 13th, when she like flips a switch in her therapy session and stares down Kevin's wife. Damn, she's good.
And I swear to god, that sob scene (a few, but when Kevin was crying in his pillow) was a little too real for me. In other words, it was eerily spot on. A very strong man having a breakdown.
But yeah, the GR-all cunts. God, did I say I hate them?? Like, imo, NO redeeming qualities. In a sense I KIND OF understand their philosophy of just embracing the pain fully, but even that is repugnant and an affront to the human spirit.
Jill: "Did you fuck my dad?"
Twin: "Uh...let's play ping pong."