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Counterpart Season 2 Episode 7 shouldn’t do anything to make that situation easier, as the more that gets revealed about Ian, the more difficult it is to understand. Just when it seemed he might not be that integral to the proceedings, he becomes a highlight.
Similarly, everything we thought we knew about Mira continues to unravel, as she didn’t treat all of the students with the same disdain as she did Clare. What do we really know about these characters at all?
His backstory has dropped in too many short bursts to keep it straight. It was on Counterpart Season 2 Episode 2 when we saw Ian and a team infiltrating a man’s house only to find he was already dead.
With the scattershot way his information has been disseminated, I’d need a lot of red string and some tacks to make sense of it.
If Emily did report directly to management on our side, then it seems they would give Naya a clue about that
Was he always involved with Management on the other side even when working on this side as himself, Wesley Pierce? It’s impossible to tell where his loyalties lie, but if Emily Prime trusted him before, it’s not a mistake she’s likely to make again.
There isn’t much left to Echo and no indication anyone will head over there to take care of what remains of the other half of the Peter Quayle situation.
Given what happened with him in the Alpha world, you’d think they’d be all over him in Prime. It feels like time is moving slower on the Prime side than it is with Alpha.
With a ruckus the likes of what went down at Echo, shouldn’t the cavalry have arrived? There are dead bodies all over the place, and Peter Prime is acting as if nothing happened.
Emily Prime started putting the pieces of Management together very quickly once she had what Howard got from Yanek. What’s odd is that nobody wonders why or how five to seven seemingly random people on both sides got to be so significant.
It was pretty shocking that Howard Alpha got shot in the gut. He was so out, only a severe wound and a reason to fight might be able to draw him back in. But into what? He was right that he should never have been involved in the first place.
Naya is using all of the resources at her disposal very well. Not only is she personally interrogating those closest to the Peter situation with his secretary, but she also brought in Emily A to identify the secretary as Shadow.
Whoever Shadow was she was definitely close to Quayle. There were documents that came directly from his department, his desk even.
That’s also going to be a problem for her. If she was on someone’s hit list for what she knew before, all she needs to do is recover her memory to be on the hit list again. That she’s not actively getting pursued is due to her injury.
She is the key, but she is the key to what? And how did she become so essential without sharing her intel with anyone we’ve yet met? Did she report directly to management?
They’re not so hands off that it makes sense they know how far Emily had progressed in her hunt for the mole.