On Colony Season 3 Episode 9, Snyder's still feeling confident in Seattle, doing the IGA's bidding by spying on Kynes. He's almost smug, working his Snyder magic, to make his way around Seattle without an escort. Little does he know Will's about to take him down.
When Will shoved Snyder's entire head into the toilet and held him there while he kicked like a bucking bronco, and gurgle-screamed through that filthy water, I thought he was a goner.
That was intense, and I was literally holding my breath.
The look on Will's face told me he wasn't letting go. When Snyder's feet started twitching, I was getting ready to say goodbye to Snyder for good, when Will suddenly let go and allowed Snyder and I to breathe again.
What a scene, and what a relief Will let him go. No matter how you feel about Snyder and the way he operates, you can't deny he's pivotal to the show.
We know Bram wasn't too happy about Snyder getting away again.
I was there too, remember? Teaching Charlie how to play poker. Frying an egg for him every morning. Uncle Alan! I loved that kid too! I buried him. I found his body and I didn't leave until he had a place to rest.
Snyder Permalink: I was there too, remember? Teaching Charlie how to play poker. Frying an egg for him every... Added: June 27, 2018 Will must feel like a complete and utter failure as a father. He feels responsible for Charlie's death, and now he knows that Bram has no qualms about killing. Doesn't feel an ounce of guilt.
No wonder he was a puddle at the end. He couldn't even speak.
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All that pent-up rage and pushing down his emotions finally spilled out in pure raw pain. You could feel it through the screen.
I know I was a blubbering mess right alongside Will.
It was nice to see Will being Will again, though, and I'm wondering what's going to happen to him going forward. He'll still grieve, obviously, but I have a feeling Will's going to get to the bottom of what's going on in Seattle now.
He's going to have a new focus, and he's going to remember he's got two other kids and a wife to think about.
I'm glad he couldn't kill Snyder. It means that he not completely gone in a well of grief. He's still got his morals.
Bram on the other hand. I'm a bit concerned about that one. If anyone is going to kill Snyder, it's going to be him, so Snyder better watch his back.
The thing is, everyone blames themselves! Will does, Bram does, and Snyder does.
Part of it's probably true, but that's the problem. You never know which part.
Will Permalink: Part of it's probably true, but that's the problem. You never know which part. Added: June 27, 2018 The fact is there were a whole host of events that led to Charlie'..