Joe's Plan Starts to Unravel and One Acolyte Meets His Final Story on Fox's The Following



 
When Emma (Valorie Curry) approached Joe with the followers’ concerns about them not running from the FBI, Joe got nasty.  She tried to comfort him, but he coldly told her what they had was “just sex.” He even blamed her for Joey’s kidnapping. Then, he smacked her across the face!  She ran from the room in tears. 
 
Later, she went to check on Jacob after he returned—sans Joey.  Jacob was a mess and cried, “We’re gonna die soon.  I can feel it.”  Emma said he could still hate her, but she went over and comforted her former flame. 


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Member since:
17 December 2009
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4 weeks 6 days

This show started off with so much promise, but it has devolved into a parody. The FBI are presented as total incompetants. Im all for the suspension of disbelief but this show gets more ridiculous week after week.

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22 January 2011
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2 hours 7 min

The only reason I watch this show now is for comedic value. It's just really, really dumb.

Member since:
7 November 2009
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4 hours 53 min

The two guys posting just above me, sure hit the nail on the head, in regards to how silly this show has become. They really should wrap it up and start fresh with a new story next year. I find Joe to be a real ass and that stupid looking thing he has been involved with, is just way beyond sad.

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26 May 2012
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1 hour 13 min

I couldn't watch this show more than the first two episodes. At first I thought it started out good and had a "fresh" idea, which I still kind of think, but it is just too violent for me.

It slobbers and uses gruesome violence and offers that up as groundbreaking and fresh, I personally don't view any kind of value in that.

Also, I don't buy Kevin Bacon as the main good guy. He has always been bit of shady in my book, and does best in roles as a crook with a twinkle in his eye.