mtwentz wrote:Wonderful & Strange wrote:Hutch has an interesting relationship with his wife Chantal. He's plenty happy to have her make time with Bad Coop. A polyamorous threesome, or he's simply a voyeur?
My initial take is that it shows Hutch's total devotion to DoppelCoop. Maybe his way of proving his loyalty?
Did they say/show they are husband and wife or could they also be brother and sister or cousins?
DeepBlueSeed wrote:garethw wrote:Cipher wrote:Also, the Buckhorn coroner is my favorite new character. I love her.
Yeah, I really enjoy her, too. Is she making eyes at Albert?
I thought was a great, but subtle touch. Maybe not that subtle, but nicely conveyed without really saying anything much. The faint smile that appears on his face.
I just rewatched the episode and noticed something else. After the morgue scene, Gordon and Tammy join Diane without Albert and Gordon says: "We came out to join you, Diane, while Albert's indisposed." Why is Albert indisposed? Is he still in the morgue and talking to Constance? He can't have been too far away because he is back later when they question Hastings. I guess, he could have been absent from the scene because the emphasis was on the awkward Tammy/Gordon/Diane triangle but that would have also worked with Albert lurking somewhere in the background, so I am really wondering if there was more to his absence and it could have been another subtle way to establish a later friendship or relationship between Albert and Constance.