In the beginning, pre-Echo, Boyd & Clyde 2.0 just saw that Caroline's genetics were somehow resistant to Active-Technology. It wasn't until Caroline joined the LA Dollhouse that they learned the full extent of her resistance to the imprints & wipes.i'm kinda meh on this ep
I knew the end would be kinda rushed, but i am just really confused right now.
what the hell is up with Boyd? the Boyd/Echo/SpinalFluid/cure/i'mevilznow didn't make any since to me.
Why go to all that trouble? Why didn't they take Echo's Spinal Fluid in the first place.
At that point, purely logically, Boyd could have just "taken her spinal fluid," but he didn't because he had grown attached to her and wanted to wait until she evolved further and he could extract it without harming her.
Boyd secretly "chose" Adelle, Topher and Caroline. Boyd didn't choose Paul, Alpha and then Adelle brought Paul into the mix.And what was up with Boyds "I love you all like my family, except paul" (Though i must admit i agree, i do not get the appeal of paul.)
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Those are my favorites as well. I'd put Real!Paul in there too, but Doll!Paul is a little less interesting to me (his connection with Echo was such a big part of who he was, and without it...).I agree with what you're saying about being invested in every character except Echo. Perhaps the lackluster nature of the main character is why the show failed. While I'll admit she's grown on me (I love for brave she is, for instance) I find myself for more interested in Topher, Victor, and Adelle.
I also happen to like Dominic a lot since he was sent to the attic. I mean, Caroline's Hippie-Terrorist shtick kinda pales in comparison to Dominic being a Secret Agent Antihero!
Adelle was just always great, and I agree with Topher. I don't really think that he just grew on all of us, thinking back, he's just been written with better thought and dialog lately. His speech to Saunders "you learned to hate me all on your own" with tears in his eyes, was what got me hooked on his character.