Good episode. But not as awesome as episode 9.10.
Alex was indeed awesome, though. His Steve was portrayed extremely well and realistic, there was this wall up in his eyes and a wall that surrounded him. His only emotions sadness, grief, anger and guilt fueled his determination, his focus on getting revenge. His friends have been there, but it felt like Steve was elsewhere, his main attention, his concentration was on avenging Joe’s death.
And the flashback Steves have been totally different. So well done!
When life gives you lemons, squirt someone in the eye.
Good thing that airlines don’t charge for emotional baggage.
No one can take your memories from you. That’s also the bad news.
Consecotaleophobia. There’s a fear for everything. Yet Steve: “Fork off, already!”
He wanted to see the new Golden Globe winning Queen movie. But he’s just a poor boy from a poor family.
Tits for tats, Steve? Just to free the Gecko of course.
If someone points at your black clothes and asks you whose funeral it is, a look around in the room and a casual “haven’t decided yet” is always an appropriate response.
The better Bond. Is never saying his full name as a secret agent.
Swag is for boys. Style is for men.
Studies have shown that it do be like that sometimes.
Starting from scratch.
The ironic thing about the past is that it starts when it’s over.
At the end of the day Steve was all alone again. Alone with his grief, his demons, his sadness, his lonelyness. Nobody was there. Nobody.