Last edited by GateWorld; August 27th, 2020 at 10:43 PM.
Woo boy! Great episode, I like the call backs. This has clearly shown Nathaniel lying. I didn't catch any lies from him earlier. He seemed pretty clear in his conviction, but this episode shown he had self-centered ambitions and was not the truthsayer he tried to portray himself.
I almost feel bad for Cora. But not really, her character has lost any ground with me because it just seems like she's been a plaything/toy of Nathaniel's and doesn't have any urgency for her own growth.
Considering she was suicidal, I need to re-evaluate her. She clearly had a distinct perspective of her life up until Nathaniel shown up.
She saw herself as a problem, she likely had shame for her difficulties, and because her mother couldn't help her, she probably felt disconnected from her. So Nathaniel could "easily" come in and give her a narrative that helped her no longer see herself as the source of the problem, but others.
Okay, let's see if that helps me with the last episode.