“The Following” 3×4 and 3×5- Ryan and the FBI work to take down Daisy and Kyle

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In last week’s episode, Ryan begins his quest to find Mark while Mark falls further down the rabbit hole.

In this week’s episode, we get 2-hour special where Mark and his group attack fireman and police officers while Ryan continues his search for Mark. In the first part, called ‘Home’, Kyle and Daisy try to make a move on Ryan but someone ruins their plans.

Daisy and Kyle continue on their terror of the city and it starts with throwing a college kid in front of a moving car, killing him. They have worse problems to think about because they know that Mark is on to them.

They get a break in the case as they find Daisy and Kyle’s house and the gauntlet’s get thrown as Ryan backs Daisy/Kyle in the corner. And they don’t seem the type to just lie over and give up. No they are going to come back guns blazing, not caring who they take down in their paths.

First part of the plan. Attack a fire station and kill them all mercilessly. But it’s not just any fire station. It’s one that Ryan has a connection with (Ryan’s brother, Max’s father, was police chief there), of course, because that’s what Kyle meant by ‘hitting Ryan at home’. And the message of ‘Heroes will die while you lie’ paints a pretty clear picture of what Mark is trying to accomplish.

Police are a good guess to be next.

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We finally get some idea who Juliana is working for. **cough cough** Joe **cough cough** because really who else would it be?

Daisy/Luke make a very stupid, or maybe really smart move, as they get caught on candid camera. If it’s not planned then they are really stupid. If it is, then Mark is going to be in for a really big surprise.

Mike’s actions are now going to be under a microscope considering that he has history with Mark and considering he didn’t do much better in Europe is not going to help him.

Max has to come to terms with her relationship with Mike and whether or not she can keep her feelings from Mike. Which basically explodes into fireworks after her father’s firehouse gets attacked. She seeks comfort in Mike’s arms, which is not good news for Tom.

When the group investigates the house, Tom finds the laptop of Max’s apartment and sees something that he isn’t too happy to see. And what does he do? He takes the laptop so he can show Max of course because that’s what we all would do in his shoes.

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Daisy/Kyle to get to work on their next kill, Marisol. The victim at the beginning of the show’s girlfriend’s room. She’s next of course, but can Ryan get to her before she dies. Small victory for Ryan as he is able to save Marisol and possibly kill Kyle.

Ryan puts all the pieces together as he figures out that the whole thing is about getting Strauss out. Juliana is one his little killing minions.

In the second part, called ‘A Hostile Witness’ Strauss’s trial begins and Ryan will do anything he can to keep him behind bars.

Mark finally snaps with his little connection with Kyle and Daisy and he sees that they are working for someone else and not him.

Ryan preps his team as they begin their hunt to find Mark, Daisy, and Kyle. He calls him the ‘father of serial killers’ and considering how successful Joe, that’s quite the title to be given.

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Mark finally snaps with his little connection with Kyle and Daisy and he sees that they are working for someone else and not him.

Ryan preps his team as they begin their hunt to find Mark, Daisy, and Kyle. He calls him the ‘father of serial killers’ and considering how successful Joe, that’s quite the title to be given.

While Ryan gets ready to go on the stand, Daisy and Kyle set their focus on Carrie Cook (that spunky reporter from last season that is the key witness to put Strauss away). And things quickly go array as an email Clarke sent to Franklin about his worries about the case against Strauss.

When Carrie goes missing, Ryan is on the case to try and find her before his hours worth of time is up. But it doesn’t matter. Carrie’s body gets torched which means that Strauss could still go free. That is unless Ryan finds them before the time is up.

Kyle helps Daisy escape but his shoulder prevents him from leaving with her and falling to Ryan’s gun. All that effort is a lost cause anyways as Strauss is let go anyways.

Gina warns Ryan, Max, and Mike that they are going to be suspended because of the court situation which means they will have to go at it alone with just the three of them for help and back up.

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Juliana finds herself in trouble with Mark as he wants to know what her connection is with Daisy and Kyle. Turns out they were Strauss’s students. No surprises there. And of course, Ryan and the group are a step behind Mark. They immediately think that Strauss killed Juliana but Ryan quickly sees that the pieces don’t add up.

Daisy meets up with Strauss as they get ready for their escape. But they get some unexpected visitors with Ryan, Max, and Mike. And of course Mark. Who has a rifle set up to take out Mike and Strauss. And once again Mike lets Max down as he goes after Mark leaving her to get attack. Mike gets Mark down on his knees but Ryan distracts him and Mark gets away.

Mike tries to get Max to see reason when it comes to their relationship but she knows that Mike would choose to kill Mark over her and that just doesn’t sit well with her. But who can blame her? Mike needs to let go over his revenge in order to have a chance with Max.

As the show comes to an end Ryan makes a really stupid or bold move as he meets with Joe who of course has been waiting for him.

In the next episode, Ryan begins his search for Strauss with the help of Joe but he might be out of his league as Strauss has a new pupil Theo (Michael Ealy, Think Like a Man)

What did you think of the shows?

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  1. […] last week’s episode, we get 2-hour special where Mark and his group attack fireman and police officers while Ryan […]

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