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Rectify “Mazel Tov” 

I’ve been waiting (rather impatiently) for Tawney and Daniel to interact again. Of course it doesn’t happen until after they’ve confirmed she has Teddy’s bun in her oven. And, of course, Ted Jr. sees their interaction and decides to share their happy news, even though Tawney asked him if they…

Rectify “Act As If” 

Leon Rippy’s Lezlie is a bit “wild, weird and wonderful,” and I’m so glad Daniel meets him. Daniel has a social life, at least in theory, but he’s surprised to be invited to Lezlie’s house party. They just met. But as Lezlie sees it, Daniel is the loneliest person he’s…

Rectify “Charlie Darwin” 

Evolve or die, right? It’s a pretty apt title for this episode. I guess Daniel sees the wisdom in keeping his mouth shut about Bobby Dean. Part of me gets it. What will Daniel accomplish by putting his attacker behind bars? Most of the people in town would probably hate…

Rectify “Sleeping Giants” 

I’m confident in saying that there are few dramas on television like Rectify. It’s a show with odd pacing, but it never feels like a drag. It’s well acted, beautiful to look at and has a premise with unique themes and characteristics. It’s an appealing show because it wraps a…

Rectify “Running With the Bull” 

This series is constantly surprising me in the best possible way. I’m not quite sure what I expected with the return of this quiet, intense show. The anticipation has been (practically) killing me because I knew we’d see Johnny Ray Gill’s Kerwin Whitman again, even though he was put to…

Rectify “Jacob’s Ladder” 

I’ve always loved Daniel’s friendship with Johnny Ray Gill‘s Kerwin. It has somehow been reassuring to know that Daniel had at least one true friend during part of his time on Death Row. With the cherry-bomb incident at the beginning of the episode, I think we all knew something horrible…

Rectify “Drip, Drip” 

I’m trying to figure out why I like this show so much, but I’m not sure I’ll ever know. Part of me loves that Daniel is so different. In so many ways he’s innocent and trusting. But he can also be focused and calculating. I like that he’s a walking…