We’re back! The Rookie 4×06 “Poetic Justice” is a transitional episode that gives us some surprising answers about the mysterious serial killer and cracks our Chenford hearts a bit.
Here we go!
The mystery of the serial killer had an interesting twist in The Rookie 4×06 “Poetic Justice.” We didn’t expect this! But is everything as it seems? Thinking about it after our second glass of wine, we see two options: the killer is Bailey’s boss and he fled, burning his house and all the proof with it. Or the real killer framed Bailey’s boss and then killed him by burning down his house. In any case, this mystery is far from over and we love it!
On the other hand, we have to talk about the easy way in which cops get a search warrant with illegally obtained evidence in The Rookie 4×06 “Poetic Justice.” We mean, it’s highly debatable that they have a legal basis for a warrant because Bailey’s search was illegal and her boss didn’t exactly let her into his house, she sneaked in. So the lawyer inside me squirms at what I saw in this episode and is already devising an argument to get that evidence dismissed.
We’re happy someone appreciates Aaron in The Rookie 4×06 “Poetic Justice!” Although she’s a fetishist for the police officers, at least, she’s interested in him, not in his past. And we liked that she was open with him about her likes when it comes to dating. So he must be honest with her about his past.
We understand why Aaron doesn’t want to do it. After years, she’s the first person to see him. And Aaron knows that as soon as he tells her about his past, he will lose that, and he doesn’t want to. But Gray is right. She’s going to find out sooner or later and Aaron better tell her before she finds out from someone else. She deserves the truth. We just hope she keeps seeing him.
As a last note, we want to talk about Jerry in The Rookie 4×06 “Poetic Justice.” We love this storyline. The media likes to portray older people as not so helpful or as if they have given us everything they had to give so we think they can’t do more. And we’re wrong. Jerry saved the day because sometimes wisdom and experience are much more important than strength or youth. If Squid Game taught us anything, it’s this.
What we don’t like about this storyline is that Jerry and Tim’s daughter met in The Rookie 4×06 “Poetic Justice.” After the Chenford flirt dance, we don’t need a new player to enter the game, we need Chenford to kiss. NOW. So this new woman can bring two things to the table: either bring our ship closer together or move them away again.
To be honest, if Chenford joins thanks to this storyline, we would not mind, we’re so desperate for them to take a step forward that we accept anything at this point but if she manages to push them apart, we swear, we’re not responsible for our actions.
PS: Did anyone else think that Lucy would ask Tim on a date to “get him out of his comfort zone”? Yeah, that’s how crazy we’re about these two.
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