Prodigal Son | 1 × 06 – All Souls and Sadists

 Prodigal Son |  1 × 06 - All Souls and Sadists

Prodigal Son took a path in the episode that I really didn’t expect, the way he draws a parallel between Malcolm and the boy from the episode was very intense, especially with the things he can discover. Likewise, Ainsley finally starts to grow …

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Ainsley wants to approach Martin at all costs and his trips to his prison are full of mystery, but she has a question for him, why he killed so many women. We still don’t have the answer, but Michael Sheen it is so incredible that in its turn to give love of father for its character and to conquer Ainsley is sensational.

It turns out that Jessica and Malcolm have to deal with Ainsley who wants to get close to this father at all costs. The fact is that Jessica now understands what her daughter feels and decides not to get in her way. Cool is that now that they start fighting, the mother is fine with Malcolm.

Still involving Martin, Malcolm goes after a car that he swears to have more intense memories with his father, and the photo makes him want to see more. The point is that it is almost impossible to find the vehicle, only that Dani finds a way. When he finds him, Malcolm starts to have very tense memories, mainly due to two hooks in the trunk, which he remembers being for tying women.

What does he not remember?

Now, the case of the day was quite intense, as it involved a child who isolated himself, while discovering that his father was brutally killed. His mother is then found with the shirt full of blood, but Malcolm does not believe her, as he does not fit the profile of Mother Jocasta that he mounted.

Even her boyfriend is possible to be the killer, but the turn is very good, because Malcolm tried everything to protect the boy, and he is the one who killed his animals brutally and did it with his father for fear of going away from the mom.

Prodigal Son it is intense and I like the way they set things up, but Malcolm’s plot ends up getting much bigger than the dramas they present in the episodes. I hope they level it out later.