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Jessica should cut her losses and break things off with Francisco.
Wouldn’t be ironic if her next target was Francisco ?
I have a feeling that, at least in this series, the Seattle P.D. will be either run by or be in the pockets of abusive men, and that the cops will eventually be sent after the Pink Knight in a way similar to the times the GCPD went after Batman.
I wouldn’t be surprised either way.
oh dear That talk did not go well… I hate to break it to you Jessica but if your man is deflecting your questions then he is definately cheating on you
p.s I actually dont mind the Alistair and Jessica shipping scenario its actually kind of sweet and csnt wsit to see jess’s face when she finds out his actual age
Everyone down! They got books! Pros: I love the inclusion of Crossfire into the SF universe as a media franchise. It’s just great world-building. Alistair sounding somewhat robotic and ‘statue-like’ in his human construct makes a lot of sense, considering he’s spent the past few centuries as a statue. Jessica’s inner-conflict about her relationship with Fransisco feels very human. Cons: The ‘shipping’ between Alistair and Jessica still feels VERY off, due to how Alistair is Isabelle’s super great grandfather. I’ll give this animation a generous 8/10. This mini review did come in a few days late, due to outside factors… Read more »
We already previously saw Ashley having self restraint on reading Holly’s mind prior to her revealing her secret as she could have easily done that at any point prior to the reveal to discover the secret. Ashley respected Holly wanting her mind not be read or controlled so she placed a mind protection spell on Holly.
For some reason, Jessica flirting with Alistair makes me feel uncomfortable.
Alistair being seemingly oblivious to the flirting also feels a little off. He’s responding like…a statue, but storyline wise he obviously should understand the birds and the bees (he had four kids, and has observed multiple people having sex).