I have always heard that faith can move mountains … But what about revenge?
Revenge is one of the biggest motivations. And for Quinn, it’s no longer just a matter of knowing what’s going on, helping Carrie and saving the day … it’s revenge. You can see it his eyes.
You can see it in his acts.
He is on a mission. And he will not stop until he gets what he wants. In spite of the impediments. In spite of Dar Adal.
I’ll never get tired of watching and watching Rupert this season. The final scene between Dar and Quinn was, once again, something to remember… Epic. The restrained rage, the expression of his eyes and all his body language. Please, give him all the awards. We’ve had two confrontations between Quinn and Dar this season, and both have been an amazing fight between titans, so I’m waiting for the final round, because that’s definitely going to be great.
Dar: I raised you, Peter. You are my child. More than that. I would never hurt you. Never. I love you. That’s the God’s honest truth.
Dar: If you don’t believe that, please, just pull the trigger.
Maybe he must have done it … But it’s Quinn, and it’s Dar. BTW, Quinn needed information, and the only way to get that information was through Dar Adal. At least now we know he didn’t order Quinn’s death, but that doesn’t stop me from wanting for him the end he deserves (Sorry but Dar Adal is provoking an unexpected anger in me!!) … although I’m not sure that’s going to happen … On the other hand, Dar put that guy back on alert, so Quinn is again in imminent risk. And from what we see briefly in next week’s promo, Quinn will not have a break for the moment 😦
And next Sunday… The countdown to the end is already ON.