Synopsis: The team evades justice with Bonnie and Clyde while they find out Flynn’s target in the Depression-era South.
Review: Wyatt and Lucy wind up going on the run with Bonnie and Clyde during their final bank job.
With Flynn hot on their tail and helping the FBI of the day. Lucy tries to befriend Bonnie in order to obtain the necklace she is wearing, which has a skull type key on it.
Meanwhile Rufus is pulled over by FBI and questioned due to him being on the scene at the time of the robbery. The FBI acting under information that Flynn has given them push Rufus for information, but Rufus refuses and identifies himself as Wesley Snipes.
This episode didn’t really drop to much about Rittenhouse this week, but Agent Christopher is beginning to get highly suspicious about Connor Mason and brings the pressure to bare on Rufus as soon as he’s back in the modern day.
The settings in this episode were fantastic and I loved the costumes and old cars that were used in order to accurately depict the era.
If I have one criticism about this episode. It is that it was painfully slow in some parts. I actually caught myself drifting off a few times.
- The Good: Bonnie & Clyde and the period dress
- The Bad: This episode was a little slow in parts
- Incidental Music9.6