[This is a review of True Detective season 2, episode 3. There will be SPOILERS.]
Last week’s True Detective ended with a bang, and fittingly, the third episode opens with what is arguably the most engaging thing to happen so far this season: the show finally allows itself to get weird. It’s to Pizzolatto’s credit that ‘Maybe Tomorrow’ doesn’t immediately answer the question of Ray Velcoro’s fate, after he was the unlucky recipient of two shotgun blasts to the chest, courtesy of a sneaky fellow in a crow mask. Instead, the opening sequence between Farrell and the great Fred Ward (whose presence as Ray’s father immediately suggests the ...
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