[S1E8] Good Hunting ^HOT^
Lonny returns alive to HQ while Meyer introduces the group to Millie, who joins them in their base of operations as Jonah heads back and apologises to Mindy repeatedly about what happened, revealing that Murray met an untimely end. This leads them to a beautiful funeral where they say goodbye to him. Afterward, Jonah apologises to Mindy again and heads outside, where he and Meyer come to blows surrounding how he feels and the guilt consuming him inside.
[S1E8] Good Hunting
One night, she was drugged by the British Governor, a long time chaste client. He has her forcibly and painfully turned into a robotic sex slave. One fateful night, she finally snaps and kills him. The story complete, Yan asks Liang for one thing. To help her fight the men who did this to her by improving her mechanical body. He accepts and creates a body that can allow her to transform back into her true form. Once complete, he wishes her luck as she leaps into the night to resume her hunting.
Now, Yan returns to Liang asking for his help, wishing to hunt once more, but this time hunt those who oppress their people. Liang agrees. Using his skills, he slowly replaces and upgrades Yan's mechanical body with a flexible chrome body. Upon completion, Yan consumes a bowl of coal, activating her machine body and allowing her to transform into a robotic Huli Jing. Liang wishes Yan "good hunting" and they part ways. Yan gracefully leaps across the industrial city before cornering three men preparing to sexually assault a young woman, and presumably killing them.
In SEAL Team Season 1 Episode 8, Bravo Team got involved in a prisoner swap with the Taliban, while Clay went apartment hunting with Stella as he waited to find out which team chose him in the Green Team draft.
It became clear that the team was once again being put in a situation where they wouldn't know who they could trust, and the clueless State Department representative was a good example of the bureaucrats they can't stand.
While Clay waited to learn his fate, he and Stella went apartment hunting. They make a good couple. A realtor and Stella had an exchange that, while joking, nevertheless made Clay think about the negative impact his job might have on her.
On the ranch, Dutton and adult Rip find out that trying to do the right thing, which they do so rarely, is not going to bear them fruit. The Fish, Wildlife and Parks agent tells Dutton straight-up that he should have buried the whole lot of corpses - that's two tourists and one giant grizzly bear - rather than fess up. Because now FWP is going to make some real trouble for them. In addition, we know that this is almost certainly going to dovetail nicely with the Jenkins/Rainwater plan to get Dutton over his relocation of the stream, which ostensibly deprives grizzlies of their trout. In fact, the FWP agent says that it all looks a lot more like Rip was hunting an endangered grizzly bear and shot it, which was in turn witnessed by two tourists, and that Rip then killed them to cover up his bear-icide before calling his agency to report it. This is giddily nonsensical, the kind of way, way over-the-top soap opera that this show does so well without ever quite verging into camp.
Rip now meets someone who seems like a pretty good match for him: the all-business Officer Charlotte Sykes, who refuses to let him call her ma'am, and tells him she's heard a lot about him, all bad. Well, it isn't Rip's fault that a horsefly lands on the horse. He tries to warn her, but she won't have it, and pretty soon the horse is bucking and Rip is proven right in his assessment: "Nobody ever f---ing listens to me." She somehow falls off the horse and impales herself on a post wrapped in barbed wire.
Lester Nygaard cleans his house and installs a new washing machine that runs smoother and quieter than his old one. His sister-in-law Kitty Nygaard visits him and updates him on her husband and son: Chazz Nygaard is about to go to trial, and Gordo Nygaard is in a juvenile detention center, pending probation. She expresses minimal upset at Chazz being gone (although she is more upset that he cheated on her with Pearl Nygaard and not that he is accused of killing her) and gives Lester Chazz's old hunting gear, telling him he deserves only good things. Lester gathers all of Pearl's things after Kitty leaves and throws them in the trash.
One year later, Gus, now a postman, and a pregnant Molly are married and Greta has accepted her as a mother. He brings dinner home to the family and Molly reminds him that they are going to Ida's on Saturday for the anniversary of Thurman's death. Staring at the massive poster board detailing the multiple murders of 2006, she calls the FBI to ask about the Fargo Crime Syndicate massacre's case, but is told the case is still closed. Working late, Molly crosses paths with Bill and his Sudanese foster son Tahir El Kachief. Tahir tells her of how, after the massacre of his village, he was sent to America but had his luggage stolen at the airport. With Bill's information gone, Tahir ended up being forced to steal food from one of Stavros Milos' supermarkets for three months until Bill happened upon him by chance. Bill explains that the moral is that sometimes, things just work out. Molly returns home to find her husband half asleep. She gets into bed with him and muses aloud that they are doing good and have everything they need.
Flash to Ellie and Joel now, and he is still recovering. She wets his lips with water and puts some food on his chest, making it clear they are running out of it. She whispers that she will be right back and takes the gun to go hunting. Ellie finds a rabbit but trips in the snow trying to get to it. Then she hears a deer and uses the skills Joel taught her to shoot it. It runs off injured and she goes after it. But James and David find it first.
He's the awesome but dangerous leader of the brutal anti-Imperial group known as the Partisans, and his violent methods put him at odds with other rebels. Despite this, he has good rapport with Luthen and the pair accuse each other of being responsible for the Alhani heist (Luthen never admits it directly).
Sheriff Anderssen and Detective Morton ask Markus Husekleppe about his whereabouts the night before. He says he left the party at 2:00 AM, after collecting some records the DJ borrowed from him. He claims he went home, fed his dog, Pierre, and went to bed. When asked about his relationship with Doctor Allerdyce, he claims they got along well. Morton and Anderssen don't believe him. Ingrid Witry and Petra Bergen enter the grocery store where Shirley Allerdyce works, and notice it's been ransacked. They find Shirley lying on the floor, covered in blood. Petra begins hyperventilating. As they check for a pulse, they notice Carrie Morgan standing in the corner. Ronnie Morgan wakes up in the snow to find Carrie missing. He sets off to find her. Sheriff Anderssen tells Detective Morton and Eric Odegard that Carrie followed the police into the store. He says she left her father on the glacier, and that Ronnie Morgan is ill. He tells them he sent Petra and Ingrid to find them. He says Petra's having a hard time. Anderssen remarks that they have no one to perform an autopsy on Shirley. Morton tells him Shirley died from a heart attack, and was clearly the person who attacked Doctor Allerdyce. Eric says no one will believe Shirley tried to kill her mother. Anderssen says they need to speak to Markus Husekleppe again, and Morton tells them he doesn't believe Markus got along with Allerdyce. Anderssen agrees. Anderssen leaves to check on Carrie. Markus sits in the cell. Frank Sutter tells Jules that the attack on Allerdyce means Liam is innocent. Jules says he's just trying to make himself feel better about leaving Liam alone. At the hotel, Carrie is playing hangman with Elena Ledesma. Anderssen walks in and tells them they haven't found Ronnie yet. He suggests a letter, and says he's good at reading people. He tells Elena he could use a coffee.
Sheriff Anderssen and Detective Morton show Markus Husekleppe several pictures of him holding animal guts as a child. He tells them the pictures are from a hunting trip, and refuses to answer any more questions without a lawyer. Morton says he thinks Markus had an interesting relationship with his mother, and shows him several pictures of her. She is severely overweight. They tell Markus that Shirley Allerdyce is dead. Shocked, Markus said he loved her. Morton tells him he was feeding her to death. Markus says he knows they're trying to get him to react so they can pin the deaths on him. He says he just feels like laughing. As Tavrani works on the tupilaq, Henry Tyson tells him about an encounter he had with an American pilot as a child. He says he and several other children mocked the man, who told them he was about to fly his last mission without emotion. He says he wishes he could be like him. Tavrani asks him if he believes in the tupilaq. Henry says that it doesn't matter, and that people need legends. Anderssen asks Morton what he thinks of Markus. Morton says they have nothing that proves Markus was involved, and says he doesn't think he was. Looking for Carrie, Ronnie Morgan stumbles into his house, where the projector is showing a video of his wife. He hears someone come into the room behind him. Thinking it's Carrie, he tells her the woman in the film is her mother. He turns around, and the person hits him over the head. As the citizens of Fortitude gather for a meeting, Frank Sutter sees Markus Husekleppe walking past. Sheriff Anderssen tries to reassure the people, and tells them Shirley Allerdyce died of natural causes, but they won't listen. Henry Tyson points out that animals nearby are acting strange, and accuses Governor Odegard of putting her hotel before the citizens, arousing Eric's ire. A gunshot rings out, and they realize a man accidentally shot himself in the foot. As the man leaves, Frank demands to know why the police released Markus. He accuses him of manipulating Shirley and Liam. Julia Sutter tells Anderssen they need answers. As the people become increasingly upset, Hildur walks in. Everyone falls silent. Hildur tells them she just visited Doctor Allerdyce, and requests a moment of silence for her. She tells everyone they need to work together. Celia Donnelly says they help from the mainland. Hildur tells them they will have help from the mainland. Elena Ledesma and Carrie Morgan walk to Carrie's house. They use the spare key to enter. They notice the projector is on, and Elena goes to turn it off. When she does, the power goes out, scaring Carrie. Elena asks where the fuse box is. Carrie grabs a flashlight, and the two head down the hall. As people leave the meeting, Detective Morton tells Anderssen that he and Hildur handled it well. He tells Anderssen that he still suspects him of killing Billy Pettigrew. Anderssen tells him to ask him whatever he wants, and Morton says he will. He fingers the bullet that killed Pettigrew as Anderssen leaves. On his way home, Anderssen stops by to visit Carrie and Elena. Elena tells him that Carrie is asleep. Anderssen says he just wanted to check on them. Elena says they're doing well, and that Carrie said she is like a big sister to her. Anderssen says he hasn't handled things between them well. Suddenly, Carrie screams. She says that she saw her father inside the house. Elena tells her it was just a dream. Anderssen says he'll call Elena in the morning. As Markus looks over pictures of Shirley, Pierre starts barking. Markus sees a man wearing a motorcycle helmet, holding a bat. As the man comes toward him, Markus backs away and grabs a knife. He attacks him as he tries to run. Elena sings to Carrie in Spanish. She hears a floorboard creak nearby. Markus comes to and finds himself tied up. Frank stands over him and says he's going to teach him a lesson. 041b061a72