It came for Paul Woodrugh, Frank Semyon, and Ray Velcoro. Ani Bezzerides skated, but she can never go back to being herself, even if she wanted to, she’ s got a child who will never know it’s father, and a travelling partner who talks like she is been drinking dirty Sprite and watching Douglas Sirk movies.
There was no exhilaration in any of the last two or three episode’s info dumps. There was no sense of justice when Ani delivers the whole sordid tale-the vast conspiracy of shadowy conglomerates, local and state officials, various arms of the law, the Russian mob, Mexican cartels, presumptive governors, toxic waste dumping, and L.A. riot-era diamond heists-to the Los Angeles Times reporter who was once beat up by one of the story’s main characters
With the season 2 wrap–up of True Detective, which contained somewhat befuddling plot and was met with pretty poor reviews, we can conclude that anything or everything could only improve it.
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