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Watch ‘Aquarius’ Preview Thursday

Aquarius 2×07 “Piggies” – Manson (Gethin Anthony) and the Family receive two surprises: one a blessing, one a threat. As Hodiak (David Duchovny) tries to investigate a new clue in the case of the photographer killer, a series of roadblocks forces him to take a proactive measure. Meanwhile, Grace (Michaela McManus) makes plans for Emma (Emma Dumont). A shootout between the Black Panthers and LAPD reverberate in Shafe (Grey Damon) and Kristin’s (Milauna Jackson) marriage. Claire Holt, Ambyr Childers, Chance Kelly, Madisen Beaty, Cameron Dean Stewart and Brian O’Byrne also star.



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AQUARIUS Sneak Peek: Where in the World is Emma?

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“Where is Emma?” is the question that seems to be on the lips of everyone at the Karn family parties in this week’s AQUARIUS. When Grace holds a little political assemblage with the ladies of the town, a question that looks to be all-too-familiar is brought up.

“When do we finally  get to meet Emma?” one of the women asks. Of course, Grace can’t reveal that Emma has left home and is gallivanting around LA with the Manson crew, so instead Grace replies that she’s traveling. Later on, after the party, Grace is on the phone with her father, and reveals that this little charade is wearing her down. Claiming that Emma is studying abroad in France, and to extend her stay, is a lie that she is getting tired of telling.

And speaking of lies, it also looks like Charmaine will be learning a bit about that as well. Her undercover work takes a more serious turn as the group she has infiltrated plans to take action in a much more deadly way by using a bomb. When the scheme is hatched to place a bomb in a chemistry lab, some looks of apprehension can be seen on our young cop’s face, but she refuses to leave or back out of the plan.

Catch an all new AQUARIUS tonight (July 14) at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT on NBC.




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Aquarius recap: 'Piggies'

Sam makes a questionable choice to get his confession

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Aquarius

Season 2, Ep. 7 | Aired Jul 14

Posted July 15 2016 — 2:00 AM EDT

It’s the middle of the season on Aquarius, and it feels like we’re already too late. The opening flash-forward of this episode finds Sam getting the call about the Tate murders and heading out to face them; from there, we jump back a year and find him again in the wake of Bobby Kennedy’s assassination, which we (thankfully) don’t have to watch in real time. We’re caught in limbo between the aftermath of one murder and the aftermath of others. The fact that all of the violence in this episode happens off camera doesn’t soften the blow; if anything, it adds to the frustration. There’s a sense some of it could be stopped if the right people would just pay attention.

After his brush with Kennedy, Sam was rewarded with a photo of a new missing girl inside an envelope addressed to “RFK’s no. 1 detective!” Now he’s got a lead: The girl’s name is Gail, and her aunt reported her missing two months ago to a different precinct. Gail was so shy, her aunt pushed her to put a lonely hearts ad in the paper; unsurprisingly, most of the letters she got in response were from married men. One of the letters asked Gail to meet up in an abandoned storefront, but it doesn’t have any prints. It seems like checking out the storefront would be a good next step, but Sam just shrugs at the latest dead end and turns his attention to other cases, which is what Cutler wants anyway.

What does Cut have against this case? He goes out of his way to assign more work to Sam, even though Moran is totally free, just to keep Sam from digging into the missing girls. The first task on Sam’s expanded agenda is the murder of an old white lady, Ms. Spector, whose maid Dierdre found her dead when she got to work in the morning. Dierdre says the old lady fired her last cook a week ago, but when Sam questions him, the cook says he quit; Spector wouldn’t stop calling him racial slurs.

Sam suspects Spector did the same to Dierdre, wearing her down until she snapped, but he proves his theory in an awful way. After gaining her trust (it’s eerie to see him smile so much), Sam flips, launching into a barrage of racial slurs (this is much worse). “All of those things she called you, you are!” Sam yells as Dierdre breaks down crying. When Shafe drags Sam out of the room to make him stop, Dierdre pulls her pocketknife from her bag. She seems set to kill herself before Shafe grabs her, holding her as she apologizes; she just couldn’t take it anymore.

Sam has manipulated suspects before, but this has to be the most upsetting con he’s ever played. This isn’t an isolated incident — a white cop holding a black woman on nothing more than a vague suspicion and then verbally assaulting her until she confesses — and it takes on significance that Sam’s white lies to white boys do not. Despite his insistence that Dierdre is “not a victim; she’s the murderer,” she is a victim of a racist system, so if there’s ever a case for Sam to play by the book, this is it. Her confession is beside the point. The fact Sam assumes Shafe only objects because he sees his wife in Dierdre doesn’t help; she shouldn’t need a personal connection to a white man to be worthy of fair treatment. It’s not that the show supports Sam’s approach — it’s just that picking and choosing when we can support Sam’s disregard for the rules is kind of exhausting.

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But Sam gets his confession. Before Cutler can throw another case file on his desk, Sam pries a little more into the Envelope Killer, calling a crime reporter to give him the scoop in the hopes the attention will draw the guy out of the woodwork. A news piece runs the next day, to the sound of wailing from Cut’s office. But Sam might be onto something; he gets a call from someone who claims to be the killer and promises to be in touch soon. Sam looks at Charmain: “I recognize that voice.” Does he remember a name, or does he just have a vague sense that the guy sounded familiar? And why did that guy actually sound familiar?

If Sam could just get Charmain on the case, he’d probably crack it in no time, but she’s busy with the SDS. The Students for a Democratic Society are ready to escalate from protests to bombs — at least, the men are. Charmain’s new friend Anna, who’s busy teaching her how to call out chauvinism, isn’t totally on board. But Charmain has an undercover image to maintain, so she goes along with Leonard’s plan, which is how she finds herself in the university’s chemistry building late at night, arranging flammable liquids around a few sticks of dynamite. As the students leave the room, Charmain offers Leonard a can of spray paint to sign his work, then sneaks back into the lab as Leonard strokes his ego. With no way of knowing which wires to cut, she douses the whole thing in water and hopes for the best. It works.

But Captain Perry isn’t as thrilled by Charmain’s success as she is — he can’t arrest anyone for “sitting and talking,” so as long as nothing blows up, his hands are tied. Charmain objects to the idea that she should put people’s lives at risk in order to make her case, especially because the SDS are starting to worry her. Leonard, who gets more dismissive of girlfriend Anna by the day, has bought a gun, and he suggests everyone else in the group do the same. Charmain laughs off his claim that the cops pay as much attention to the SDS as they do the Panthers, three of whom were recently killed in a shooting — but she is a cop, and she’s paying attention.

When Leonard seems ready to start a shooting of his own, Charmain goes to Sam for advice. She can’t give him any details, but she’s scared — more scared than I’d expect her to be, given what she’s already lived through. Sam responds with a pep talk that’s one-part encouragement, one-part tough love. Comparing her to Laika, the first dog in space, he points out that no other woman in the precinct has gotten as far as Charmain has — but if she fails or quits, she’ll prove her doubters right. She won’t get another chance. It’s all true, but he neglects to mention how quickly Laika died in space. In any case, the conversation ends with a pair of genuine smiles. Sam and Charmain: still the most functional relationship on this show.

As for Shafe and Kristin, they’re at odds thanks to the shootout between the cops and the Panthers. As soon as news hits the precinct, Shafe speeds to Panther HQ to make sure his wife is okay. Kristin is fine, and she has no intention of going home, either, even when her husband tries to use their daughter to make his point. “You don’t like that feeling?” Kristin asks. “Wondering if I’m okay, if I’m coming home, who’s going to watch after Bernadette? Neither do I. So now it’s your turn.” That night, Bunchy forces Kristin to consider the risks she’s taking by asking where she wants to be shot. (“Everybody’s got a spot.”) As long as she’s working with the Panthers, that’s her reality: The choice isn’t whether she’ll be killed, but how.

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Kristin goes home shaken, but she understands her husband’s life a little more now: “When you’re the one in danger, you don’t have time to be afraid.” Shafe suggests she go to school and get her degree, but Kristin turns the tables on her husband by reminding him he has no business plotting out a perfect future until he comes clean about his drug use. The truth is out — for all of 30 seconds. Shafe sputters through a lie about how he just had the needle in his bag to make it look like he was doing drugs; when he doubles down on it, Kristin accepts his story. Shafe pours some of his drugs down the sink, but we know he won’t be clean in a year. How long will he last?

Drugs are also giving Charlie some trouble this week. When Tex takes Sadie (who’s just found out she’s pregnant) to the desert to finish a drug deal, he meets a very not-dead Ralph Church, who fought the poison mushrooms and won. (“I don’t know if he was resurrected as much as just he’s a big dude.”) When Ralph spots Sadie in the car, they scuffle — complete with a gunshot through the roof and a bite to his arm — and Tex and Sadie speed off, leaving Ralph without the drugs he already paid for.

Ralph is sure to be coming for the Family, so Charlie orders Tex to take care of it, but Tex doesn’t even want to pick up a gun. Emma tries another tactic. Reasoning that they’re safer when Ralph is locked up than they are when he’s “dead,” she pays Sam a visit at the station. She just wants him to know she’s better now. “I’m staying with Dennis Wilson of the Beach Boys!” she chirps, which is somehow hilarious in her “everyday overachieving teen” voice. Emma tells Sam that Ralph is the only thing standing between her and a bright future; she even overheard him saying he wanted to get back into pimping, using her. Sam can’t do anything with that, but he can do something with the fact that Ralph attacked two of her friends while out on parole.

Emma waltzes out of the station, proud of herself, and right into a black car. “Mr. Wilson sent us for you,” claims a man in a suit. Sure he did. Grace is chasing her political dreams by hosting tea parties for boring housewives, and the story she keeps telling about her daughter — that Emma is in France — is starting to wear thin. She needs Emma to put in some face time, so Grace makes a call to her father. The car is almost definitely his doing. Grace just wants to get in on the action, and she’s doing what she can, but the gap between the power at her disposal and the power at her husband’s is embarrassing. Across town, Ken is plotting to make a backdoor deal with Saigon, torpedoing Johnson’s Paris peace talks by promising a better cease-fire deal after Nixon’s election. He has no intention of following through. Happy election year!

Bits and pieces:

  • “Those cops didn’t shoot the Panthers because they think. They shot ‘em because they’re scared of ‘em.”
  • That transition from Shafe’s lie about drugs to Sam drinking at his desk is not accidental.
  • Charmain learns about chauvinism and immediately learns that not every problem can be solved by a white girl dropping the word “chauvinism.”
  • “That’s why I tell Leonard, ‘Baby, we can screw, but I am on top.’”
  • “Kept all her letters in a shoebox, which were delivered to Missing Persons upstairs, who now can’t find it. The irony of that is palpable.”
  • “Looking for a shoebox. Probably next to a unicorn.”
  • “Did you put her in a shoebox?”


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‘Aquarius’ S2: E07 ‘Piggies’ Review


By Amanda Joyce July 15, 2016 08:29AM EDT






Aquarius (TV Series) (2015)
Manson (Gethin Anthony) and his family receive two surprises - and one of them is very much a threat. Hodiak (David Duchovny) tries to get proactive with the serial killer sending him photographs of missing women. Shafe (Grey Damon) experiences even more problems in his marriage as a shootout occurs between police and Black Panthers. Meanwhile, Grace (Michaela McManus) makes plans that involve the estranged Emma (Emma Dumont).
 
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This review contains spoilers for S2E07 of Aquarius. If you haven’t yet watched, read at your own risk.
 
The Good


We get a glimpse at Hodiak’s future. The flashforwards tonight show us a glimpse of what Hodiak is up to the late night/early morning when Manson and his girls go on a murderous rampage. We know that Shafe called him in a flashforward we’ve already seen, and it looks like he heads out to Shafe just as the Manson girls are finishing up their handy work, but we don’t get more than that.

Sadie is pregnant? In the future, we don’t see her with a baby, but we do see a very pregnant Emma. I’m fascinated by the “sisterly” relationship between the two of them, and we haven’t seen as much of it this season, so I’m curious how this will change them.

More CharmaineLast week, I was disappointed that there wasn’t any progress on her storyline. This week, we get to see a whole lot more of her latest undercover work. She already had a lesson in getting too close to her targets in her first undercover case, but now, she’s learning that if she uses her insider information to stop bad things from happening, there’s no one to arrest. Charmaine wants to keep people safe, so the idea of allowing her new “friends’ in the SDS to hurt people so that they can be arrested doesn’t exactly sit well with her. In today’s climate, we want to prevent the bad things from happening. In the 60s though, they needed proof.

Sadie is way too excited about a drug deal. We haven’t seen a lot of Sadie since she hooked up with Tex and I’ve missed her particular brand of enthusiasm. The look on her face when she realizes that Tex is about to pass off drugs to someone is priceless. The scene all goes south once Sadie realizes it’s Ralph picking up the drugs, but I loved the moment of excitement.


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“Police chop off your hair?” Shafe makes a stop by Black Panther headquarters in his neighborhood when he hears about a shootout. He just wants to make sure his wife is okay, but she isn’t particularly happy with him right now. Bunchy watches their heated exchange with a little amusement and then gives the aforementioned line to Shafe who easily responds with “Yeah, and Kristin got my balls,” so you know exactly how he’s feeling. It’s such a quick exchange, but it’s one of the few moments in the episode that had me laughing, and when the series goes really dark, you need those lighter moments.

Emma plays Hodiak like a pro. Charlie suggests that she take care of their Ralph problem by paying a visit to the detective that beat him to a pulp before. Emma marches right into the police station and gives Hodiak a sob story that has him taking notes about Ralph. And then struts out of the station like she owns it. She’s definitely grown up.

Hodiak gets a phone call. Fed up with hitting dead ends, Hodiak puts a little note in the newspaper to the killer that’s been taunting him, and he gets a surprise when the man calls him. Interestingly, Hodiak recognizes the voice. Does this mean it’s a character we’ve already met?
 
The Bad


Ken’s storyline remains boring. I don’t know if I can explain why Grace getting into politics and figuring out how to address Emma being gone is more interesting than Ken still being active in the Republican party, but it just is. Ken is power hungry and wants to climb the political ladder, but his storyline doesn’t have the same punch that it did when he was still involved with Charlie.

Hodiak continually gets pulled from the missing women case. Unless there’s a reason Hodiak is being pulled from this case by the higher ups, this is getting really old, really fast. While yes, active murder investigations take precedent over cold cases, there were other detectives doing nothing but eating breakfast at their desks at one point, and Hodiak is steadily being sent photos from the killer. Why wouldn’t his boss want him pursuing a possible serial killer? If there’s not more to this story, it’s a waste of time to keep pulling Hodiak away and have evidence related to the case go missing in the office.


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The Questions


What pushes Shafe back to drugs? When Kristin mentions that she knows he’s using, he tells her it’s for a case, and then promptly puts all the drugs in the house down the drain. But we know that’s not going to last. What’s going to stop him from trying to clean up his act?


What’s going to happen to Emma? Tired of having to answer questions about her daughter, Grace hatches a plan to get Emma back home. How long will that last?


Does the audience already know the serial killer? If Hodiak recognizes the voice in the phone call, should we?
 
Grading the episode: I enjoyed this episode leaps and bounds more than last week. This week had a much better balance of the different storylines involved in the season and I was interested in (nearly) all of them as a result. B


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Aquarius – Season 2, Episode 7: “Piggies”







NBC’s Aquarius
Season 2Episode 7: “Piggies”
Directed by Jon Amiel
Written by Sera Gamble & Mike Moore





August 9th, 1969: Sadie (Ambyr Childers) cleans blood from the crime. On the 10th, Detective Sam Hodiak (David Duchovny) gets an intense phone call sending him out.

But cut back to 12 months earlier. Sam remembers Bobby Kennedy leaving The Ambassador Hotel while that fateful shot is fired. Afterwards, Sam has to figure out how he’ll deal with having been there, something that won’t too easily just go away. He goes about his business, though. In regards to those missing women, the pictures, he starts to figure out that one of the most recent victims posted a Lonely Heart ad in the paper. Hmm.



We catch up now with undercover Charmain Tully (Claire Holt). She’s trying to get herself embedded further into the group, getting closer to the girl she met on the college campus. Only they’re planning something dangerous. The situation amplifies, terribly, when Charmain goes with the group to plant a bomb in a lab. She puts herself in harm’s way because of her guilt.

Meanwhile, Dt. Brian Shafe (Grey Damon) continues hiding his addiction to Big Sam. It’s getting tougher, and there’s no reason to think it won’t get worse still.


Ole Charlie Manson (Gethin Anthony) is still kicking around at the home of Dennis Wilson (Andy Favreau). And the Beach Boy is not pleased with all the medical bills getting run up by the Manson Family. The persuasive powers of Charlie come out again, even laying a kiss on Wilson to make sure he pays up on “the cost of authenticity” for his guests. Then they all get some news: Sadie’s pregnant.






The greasy Ken Karn (Brian F. O’Byrne) is always out doing his duty. Or, what he perceives as duty. He’s got more work ahead of him for Richard Nixon and his campaign. They’ve got LBJ in their sights now.
Pulled away from his photographs of missing women, Dt. Hodiak is required at the scene of a grisly, blood soaked stabbing. He interviews the maid, a distraught African-American woman. At the very same time Charmain is over getting chewed out for soaking the bomb, stopping the explosion. She’s coming up against the line between criminality and law. Ah, that thin blue line.


Sadie and Tex Watson (Cameron Deane Stewart) talk about the baby. He wants to be the dad, but of course the baby “belongs to the family” – not creepy at all. When Tex goes to meet someone on a drug deal, it’s Ralph Church (Omar J. Dorsey). Looks like he didn’t die after all. Now Sadie worries about getting found out. When Ralph goes wild on them, they have to take off. More trouble to bring back for Charlie. They tell him about Ralph, how he’s out to kill him. But Charlie doesn’t care, as his insanity becomes more clear to everyone around him: “He cant kill meI cant die.”


Grace Karn (Michaela McManus) is still trying to cover up the fact her daughter Emma (Emma Dumont) is lost somewhere, a runaway. She calls her father and wants to be done with the whole thing. However, what is the way out? What can Grace do? Her husband Ken is off doing his thing while she makes plans with her father to solve the Emma situation.


Dt. Shafe flies down to the Black Panther Party HQ to find his wife Kristin (Milauna Jackson). There’s a shooting involving officers and Black Panthers. Although things are still not pleasant between them. Back at the station, Hodiak interviews the maid from his victim’s home, Dierdre (Liz Femi). While the detective pushes things in the box his partner rushes in, upset at Sam using racially insensitive questioning to get what he needs. All the same, Dierdre did it. There’s simply a question of whether Sam acted at all morally. The concept of law comes up so much within this series, as we’re constantly asked to evaluate what makes proper police work and what does not. For all its faults, Aquarius does pose some wonderful questions for us to try and answer.



Bunchy: “Police chop off your hair?”
Brian: “YeahKristin took care of my balls.”



At the Black Panther Party HQ, Bunchy (Gaius Charles) has an intense conversation about where he’d prefer to get shot, if it came to that, with Kristin. He talks about how everyone in the movement is “ready to be killed.” A harsh, true reality. He makes clear that while Brian shouldn’t be coming down there, he makes a proper point. That being in the BPP is willingly admitting that death may come at any moment. Same as Brian’s duty as a detective, though he’s also a junkie now. Not helping anything. Plus, he’s always lying. He covers up the needle she found with more lies.


Back with Charlie and Sadie, they’re turning Tex into a killer. It isn’t only Manson now. The women are becoming so brainwashed that they’re beginning to start helping their master almost without blinking. With a gun in his hand, Charlie is a terrifying sort. And he wants Emma to try getting her old cop buddy involved, the one who beat Manson to a pulp. The plots, they all weave back together.


Later, Emma goes to see Hodiak. She acts all proper, clean living, all that. She talks about staying with Dennis Wilson, Charlie and his music. The Manson Family and Emma are planning on using Sam in order to get Ralph out of their life again. Will the manipulation work, or will this just serve to get Sam closer to their action? Well, Emma has other things to worry about. A car picks her up off the street, claiming to be sent by Wilson. I doubt that, as it seems like a more shady operation than guys dispatched by a Beach Boy.










The group Charmain is infiltrating believes they’re next on the police target list after the Black Panthers. They’re carrying guns, readying themselves for a tough ride. What Charmain doesn’t like is that she is being forced into letting the group do illegal things, yet she’s there to be an arm of the law. She goes to Hodiak, to try and get advice. “Youre the first of your kind,” Sam tells her. He encourages her to remember that, above all else, she is being scrutinised for her gender. He doesn’t play into that, but tries to make sure she knows that giving up is not an option.

On the phone, Sam gets a call from someone who uses his full name, calling him “#1 detective” just like those envelopes with the photographs. Better yet, the detective recognises his voice.

On August 9th of ’69, Sadie walks bloody through the carnage of the Manson Family. Blood, bodies left in her wake. Behind stroll several others, all of them soaked with crimson. A creepy congregation of brainwashed souls.


Another solid episode. Really dig all the political elements. Lots of intrigue, mystery, excitement. Next episode is titled, I believe, “While My Guitar Gently Weeps” and should bring more madness. Are we going to see Dt. Hodiak get further tangled up with the Manson Family? Soon. Soon.


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This looks like a serious case of the giggles. #Aquarius

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