Now we’ve got all the players back on the board. They may not be as close together as they’d like (we’re all looking at you, Bram), but all Bowmans are definitely taking turns at playing games.
Will: Will got a new partner this week in one-time Jennifer investigator, Bob Burke. Bob wasn’t putting on an act for Jennifer’s benefit apparently. He must always act like that. Although being the “good soldier” is Will’s only play right now, the department he returned to only resembles the one he left because they inhabit the same space. Question of the week: Now that Will has to bow down to a new dress code, do you think they’ll make him cut his hair?
Kate: So much for being the “good citizen” half of Team Bowman. I guess throwing your state appointed tutor out of the house isn’t technically bad citizenship, but it may be bad colonist…ship. The big questions surrounding Katie’s erratic behavior revolve around where the heck WAS she? Both awkward Charlie/Lindsey interactions came while Katie was away or busy. I don’t want to stick up for a weirdo like Lindsey unnecessarily, but was she -really- out of line for asking a child that was distracting her student to go be busy elsewhere? If we enforced Katie’s rule today, teachers would be getting booted left and right.
Broussard: Still hanging out with Team RoboBee (emphasis on the BO). I would so hate these guys if I were him. They must still have some future story importance, because Broussard would be better off without them. Plus, why go through the trouble and expense of hiring a known actress like Thora Birch (Morgan last season), just to replace her? Weird.
Proxy / Bram: Proxy needs to learn a little subtlety when it comes to showing Bram favoritism. It’s so obvious Maya noticed it and force Bram to reveal his snitch status. It is interesting to wonder though, is Bram working for Proxy (for real), or is he working for Maya (bad move)?