Okay so we're headed for some sort of 'Primal Fear' schizophrenia argument? The strange whispering happening in her head... The ability to visualise the murder scene and the murder itself... The clear innocence of the husband... The trail of evidence of the husband's affairs that it would be hard for the wife not to have stumbled across... As a show, it's pretty poor. Slow pace. Her face is so frozen it makes her acting poor. The script is perfunctory. The plot is so far on track with early predictions. I'm watching for the talents of Hugh Grant.... That's all. Thankfully it's only a few episodes and not some 26 episode monster of a show.
Weakest of the three episodes so far, felt more of a filler episode. Still better than the book though because You Should Have Known, simply put, is not good. It's chick lit disguised as God knows what because it's not mystery or thriller. It's more of the women's tale of how she's surviving her husband's betrayal.
What in the hell was the accent on the NYC public defender? I've never heard anything like it.
Imagine being so rich that you can casually loan someone 500k, no questions asked. And can we talk about Grace’s dad apartment???? I wonder of it’s a real ny apartment or a set, cause it looks enormous!!! Those walls are like 1 km tall!! Also I am a little doubtful about a rich white ny society doctor being taken to a prison like that... cause I figure every once in a while in real life a few men like that get arrested but I have trouble believing they would take them to like normal prisons. And obviously my heart breaks for henry but I was thinking about the whole situation and at the end of the day Grace and her son are gonna be fine! Maybe their reputation is gonna take a hit and they are gonna have to move to like boston or new haven or whatever but they are gonna be fine, while Miguel and his family are going through something horrific and no one thinks about them, I guess this is how the book is set but I wanna see more of Fernando and Miguel.And oh god, Grace is so entitled and aggressive, like if you are a victim too I would be more cooperative with the police, and she is so ugly about elena! Elena is the victim here!!
Papa Sutherland is giving off a lot of guilty vibes, IMO. He clearly has money and influence and connections, and I have to wonder what he'd do to protect his daughter...