While Eleanor and Michael wait for the others to return to Arizona, Eleanor is eventually able to convince Michael to provide some remembrance of her afterlife, especially with regard to what Michael told her about she being capable of love as she and Chidi had professed their love for each other. Michael has his own reasons for not wanting to provide Eleanor this insight, he being selective in what he does show her, but he does try to convince her that she does love Chidi, that despite what she feels she learned from her parents about being incapable of loving. Eleanor takes something entirely differently from what Michael shows her, without realizing how much of an influence Chidi truly has been in her life and afterlife. —Huggo
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Outstanding Episode, one of the best of the season
The character development for Eleanor is excellent in this one. They tapped into the depth of her issues in the previous episode and did an alley-oop for this one. Plus the fact that they worked in determinism and free will was great.
- Jan 13, 2019
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