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|Posted: 8/7/2008 1:13:02 PM|I watched the second of the two part episode last night. I really hope that Wade gets the help that he needs and really hope that he is able to heal the serious rage issues that he has. I think it's a positive step that he's taking responsiblity for his horrendous crimes and understands that he's potentially a danger to his loved ones. Certainly, if I was Michelle, I wouldn't want my kids around him either.
I'm going to go out on a limb here and say that he was ABSO-FREAKIN-LUTELY right when it came to lie-detector guy (Jack, I think?) advising Michelle on ways to trick Wade into talking about his past and hence keeping her and the children in the house with a potential serial killer.
I thought it was oddly noble when Wade blasted the guy for encouraging his wife to keep their children in a potentially dangerous situation. Because he was right - the answer is "get you and your kids away from him NOW and then we'll figure it out."
This was a weird show.
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|Posted: 8/7/2008 1:27:39 PM|
They re-aired this I think last week here. It ended up being three episodes.
What a freaky turn of events. By the end of the third day, I wasn't sure what the heck to think. I wanted to believe he really was the monster he said he was but there was absolutely no proof. I absolutely think the wife and kids should have been out of there ASAP. I think she tried to play into it too much and that kind of made me wonder about her. Very odd couple.
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|Posted: 8/7/2008 1:37:48 PM|
If I am thinking of the correct couple, and since my name is Michelle is resonates so I think I am thinking of the right people. HOw in the heck do you not know for sure if you pulled over to the side of the road and raped and murdered someone that had stopped for a flat tire. I mean really, I just dont get that at all.
Ancient Ancestor of Pea
|Posted: 8/7/2008 1:56:41 PM|
Some people with mental/emotional pathologies have a very difficult time separating fantasy from reality. In particular people who are violent against women often 'practice' their plans in their heads over and over and over to the point where they have it choreographed out (which is why they often have a 'script' they want the woman to say). They get off on the fantasies often just as much as any real violence. Also: This practice sets it up in their mind as an inevitability and helps to break down any moral barriers to their intent.
HOw in the heck do you not know for sure if you pulled over to the side of the road and raped and murdered someone that had stopped for a flat tire.
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