Nah, serial killers are into weird crap like cannibalism and freaky sex.“You’re only a serial killer if you enjoy it,” Galvan concludes.: poor Maria freaking was filmed baking in the desert sun while the FBI floundered.Sonya figured out Maria’s location from shadows because she is just that good.He gives him coffee and explains his distraction of going after Steven Linder to Sonya, saying, “He got the toss last night.He needs to go get mad at somebody.” Frye has a brief and unproductive appearance, sparring with Sonya about the phone calls he gets from the killer and feeding her a bad line explaining why he does drugs (they’re there, they’re fun, they make you hate yourself less).You know Sonya will say, “Oh my god, RULES,” when she gets it.But she may want to take care when she bemoans wanting to get Frye’s phone records, because we’ve already seen in past eps how Marco’s obviously willing to go the extra (read: not so legal) mile to help out.
“You’re a businessman,” Chief Minion protests when Galvan notes that he himself kills lots of people (their primary working definition).
My name is Patrick If there is anything that you want to know about me just ask and I will answer them as candidly as I can.
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Marco tells Sonya that unwritten partners’ rule: don’t tell his wife he’s sleeping around. Though Sonya’s still a stickler for the rules (you know, marriage, truth, those crazy concepts) she feels a bit bad that Marco’s benching-it in the back room, and offers him her couch for the night.
At Frye’s workplace, Marco visits, and after some calculated coffee-spilling, pockets Frye’s phone.