It may also be the series' last episode.
I hope not.
His police partner died. Which was fitting because The Cape was set up by that asshole. I had no sympathy for him. Or for his stupid daughter who really killed her father. Chess was exposed and pushed the blame off onto Marty (Vince's old police partner). Suddenly it was boo-hoo Marty.
I don't give a damn about his crooked ass.
But they were trying to save him and his family and they hid them out at the circus. I don't remember if it was Orwell and Cape busting the cell phones but I know Cape was and not hiding it. Why?
Chess could trace them.
So the daughter of Marty's? She doesn't hand over her phone. Hours later when Orwell is telling everyone Chess' henchmen have surrounded them, the daughter whines that she kept her phone because "I wanted to be able to call my friends!"
Well good, you stupid ass. Your little move means your father died. Hope that was okay with you, dumb ass.
Marty was the only one who could prove Vince was innocent. He's dead now.
Max and Orwell keep telling Vince throughout the episode not to reveal who he really is to Dana (Vince's wife). They say this is about to be over and he can tell her everything then.
He follows their advice and only realizes they were wrong when Marty dies.
If this is the last episode, that's too bad. This was a really good show and better than most of NBC's programs.
Going out with C.I.'s "Iraq snapshot:"