Tuesday, August 28, 2012

What I’m Watching: Boss

Boss: Season 2, Episode 2 “Through and Through” (A-)

Somehow, she made it, and the first thing Meredith did once she was conscious was to say what all viewers were thinking: that Tom arranged for her to be killed. It wouldn’t be too surprising given that she had learned the truth about what Tom’s illness, but given the other interactions in this episode, it seems that, for once, Tom may actually be telling the truth. It certainly doesn’t reflect well on Tom that Ben heroically shielded his wife as soon as he heard bullets, and Ben is treading very carefully to not offend or anger Tom. Their visit to the hospital was well-received and without the whispered threats that often come with meetings with Tom. Despite an impatient declaration of “Listen to me the first time” and an expression of aversion to Oxford commas, Tom seems to like Ian, impressed by his quick response to being accused of sleeping his way to the top and even offering him a permanent job after hiring what would effectively have been his replacement. Mona got one hell of a job offer with a tight expiration date, and I’m so curious to see how she does working for Tom. Maybe having people around him will help shake the constant sight of Ezra, which is haunting Tom at every turn. Kitty is clearly not coming back to work anytime soon, despite her willingness to do so, and she reacted quite strongly to the news that Tom had seen a neurologist. Sam managed to track down Dr. Harris, and though she’s tight-lipped, he’s not going to stop until he finds out what’s really afoot.


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