Well, that ending happened.
- Russian prisons are no joke apparently. Witch would make Hell’s Kitchen a definite step up.
- More Claire! I was hoping we’d see more of her!
- The dynamic between the two Russian brothers is interesting. Anitoli seems to be the more sensible of the two, at least he’s more aware of just how much damage Matt is doing to their business and how much Fisk could help with that. Also, glasses guy has a name! Wesley! Sounds suitibly dorky.
- Urich seems to know just how dangerous getting involved in the Union Allied thing could be, but of course as we saw in the last episode, letting it go just isn’t an option for Karen.
- I think that the scene with Fisk and Vanessa is more interesting in light of what happens at the end of the episode, but more on that later.
- Claire and the Russians: Damn good scene, from beginning to end. My favorite part? “You want to know his name? As him yourself.”
- Apropos of nothing, methinks I see something of a romance blooming between Claire and Matt. Not sure if want.
- Speaking of romance, the date between Fisk and Vanessa is somewhat endearingly akward. Even if it does end rather badly.
- There’s an interesting parallel between Matt and Fisk that I want to point out. They both say that they want to make the city better. Of course, they ways that they go about making it better are wildly different, at least in terms of morality. In terms of methodology, they’re surprisingly similar.
- Now then, the ending. It’s brutal, really brutal. I didn’t even think that you could decapitate someone with a car door. Just goes to show what I know. And all because Fisk got embarrassed at the restaurant. Clearly Fisk needs some anger management classes.
This was a very villain-centric episode. It gave us a little more insight into how the villains of the show think and how they view the world. I think that that makes them more interesting to watch and I’m very much looking forward to how things will pan out.