WEFOUNDthe fall episode 1 recap


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As spring winds down, HankMed prepares for another busy summer season.  After his winter leave of absence, Jeremiah is back at HankMed and ready to take on patients again.  Divya, happily married to Raj, is seven months pregnant with their first child.  And Hank and Evan receive their first surprise of the summer, when Eddie shows up announcing he and Ms. Newberg are getting married in two days.   

As Hank struggles to adjust to Eddie’s big news, he also treats Diana Underhill, a former Fortune 500 CEO running for a Senate seat in New York.   Diana is taking a break from campaigning for some much needed R&R, but fears that the shoulder pain she’s experiencing is due to all the handshaking on the campaign trail.   But Hank realizes it’s something much more serious and, as Diana stresses, her privacy is paramount.     

Meanwhile, Divya sends Jeremiah out to see a patient, who she believes will be the perfect way for him to get his feet wet again.  But things don’t go exactly as planned.  And as the new permanent hospital administrator, Evan has to deal with technical glitch at the hospital.   

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As spring winds down, HankMed prepares for another busy summer season.  After his winter leave of absence, Jeremiah is back at HankMed and ready to take on patients again.  Divya, happily married to Raj, is seven months pregnant with their first child.  And Hank and Evan receive their first surprise of the summer, when Eddie shows up announcing he and Ms. Newberg are getting married in two days.   

As Hank struggles to adjust to Eddie’s big news, he also treats Diana Underhill, a former Fortune 500 CEO running for a Senate seat in New York.   Diana is taking a break from campaigning for some much needed R&R, but fears that the shoulder pain she’s experiencing is due to all the handshaking on the campaign trail.   But Hank realizes it’s something much more serious and, as Diana stresses, her privacy is paramount.     

Meanwhile, Divya sends Jeremiah out to see a patient, who she believes will be the perfect way for him to get his feet wet again.  But things don’t go exactly as planned.  And as the new permanent hospital administrator, Evan has to deal with technical glitch at the hospital.   

We’re four episodes in and though this was less frustrating than last week, The Fall is still operating on an undemanding level

So now there are three journals – Spector’s horrific records of his victims, Katie’s faked teenage diary, and Gibson’s dream journal – each deeply revealing of their owner. Stella’s reaction to Paul’s entry in hers, and its subsequent appropriation as evidence, was a really compelling piece of television; a moment of barely controlled fury that he could have violated her most private thoughts, followed by sorrow for what was no longer her own. “It’s personal, and now it is lost to me” – all the emotion so usually veiled by Gibson’s unflappable manner, visible as it cracked for a few brief moments.

The scene between Stella and Jim was a high point in an episode that frustrated me less than the most recent episodes of The Fall , but felt somewhat undemanding viewing. We didn’t really learn much new as the police joined dots that we were largely aware of: Spector as Annie’s counsellor; his support for Liz Tyler in the face of Jimmy; that those he has worked with feel as though he has genuinely helped them, regardless of his motives for doing so.

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As spring winds down, HankMed prepares for another busy summer season.  After his winter leave of absence, Jeremiah is back at HankMed and ready to take on patients again.  Divya, happily married to Raj, is seven months pregnant with their first child.  And Hank and Evan receive their first surprise of the summer, when Eddie shows up announcing he and Ms. Newberg are getting married in two days.   

As Hank struggles to adjust to Eddie’s big news, he also treats Diana Underhill, a former Fortune 500 CEO running for a Senate seat in New York.   Diana is taking a break from campaigning for some much needed R&R, but fears that the shoulder pain she’s experiencing is due to all the handshaking on the campaign trail.   But Hank realizes it’s something much more serious and, as Diana stresses, her privacy is paramount.     

Meanwhile, Divya sends Jeremiah out to see a patient, who she believes will be the perfect way for him to get his feet wet again.  But things don’t go exactly as planned.  And as the new permanent hospital administrator, Evan has to deal with technical glitch at the hospital.   

We’re four episodes in and though this was less frustrating than last week, The Fall is still operating on an undemanding level

So now there are three journals – Spector’s horrific records of his victims, Katie’s faked teenage diary, and Gibson’s dream journal – each deeply revealing of their owner. Stella’s reaction to Paul’s entry in hers, and its subsequent appropriation as evidence, was a really compelling piece of television; a moment of barely controlled fury that he could have violated her most private thoughts, followed by sorrow for what was no longer her own. “It’s personal, and now it is lost to me” – all the emotion so usually veiled by Gibson’s unflappable manner, visible as it cracked for a few brief moments.

The scene between Stella and Jim was a high point in an episode that frustrated me less than the most recent episodes of The Fall , but felt somewhat undemanding viewing. We didn’t really learn much new as the police joined dots that we were largely aware of: Spector as Annie’s counsellor; his support for Liz Tyler in the face of Jimmy; that those he has worked with feel as though he has genuinely helped them, regardless of his motives for doing so.

Season 3 of The Fall is back, which means we finally get to find out what happens to Paul Spector, Stella Gibson, and everyone we love in Belfast. Now that the entire season is up on Netflix, we’re breaking down what happens in all six episodes. There’s one episode recap per page, so dig in!

It’s official: We’ve made it to round three of the Paul Spector-Stella Gibson battle. And believe it or not, it’s still unclear who will walk away the victor. Sure, you could make the argument that Paul has confessed to multiple murders, but there’s also the little fact that he was shot in police custody and is currently residing in the ICU, monitored by nothing more than one nurse (who looks eerily like someone he’d have picked as a victim).

The third (and final?) season of The Fall picks up right where we left off, with Paul — and eventually, Anderson — being rushed to the hospital after being shot by hot-head James Tyler, who died at the scene. Also at the hospital is Rose Stagg, who is stable after surviving in the trunk of her car for days on end.


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