Dennis Quaid is one of those villains so villainous, he may as well wink into the camera and say, "I'm a villain, and I love it." He does says a whole lot in this episode, including what everything is coming down to, and finally in a courtroom after hours and hours of mind trips and desert-land slownburn, the exposition explains so many things there's hardly a case here to dig into since it's already dug up. Spelled out. Which is either lazy writing or simply rushed writing. Either way, the inevitable idealism reigns here, and is a bit much (Billy even mentions the overused cliche of the 1% vs the rest of us poor souls, blech). Still though, things are shaping up. And in a season of loose, strange clay, there's nowhere else to go at this point but to the... point, already.
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