Gracepoint S1E5: “Everyday That Goes By, It Gets Harder”

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By Lexie Schapitl

As of this week’s episode, we are halfway through the ten-week “Gracepoint” miniseries event, and the storyline is right about where it needs to be to wrap things up in the next five episodes. More suspects have continued to emerge to keep viewers guessing, but I do worry the show will have trouble filling time with quality episodes (I have dubbed this the “24-effect.” See also: “Pretty Little Liars”, “Grey’s Anatomy”, “One Tree Hill”).

Anyway, here’s what you should know for next week:

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Gracepoint S1E4: “I Don’t Even Know My Own Family”

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By Lexie Schapitl 

Nothing groundbreaking was revealed in this week’s episode of “Gracepoint”, and with so much going on, it can be hard to keep things straight. But here’s what I think you should know from episode 4:

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Gracepoint S1E3: “This Is A Bomb In Your System”

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By Lexie Schapitl 

In case you forgot that “Gracepoint” is supposed to be creepy, this week’s episode opened with Mark walking past the police tape into Danny’s room to find his dead son crying in the closet. As Mark comforts Danny, we quickly cut to Mark’s face lying in bed and assume this is all a dream.

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GRACEPOINT S1E2 RECAP: Compasses break

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BY LEXIE SCHAPITL

In this week’s episode of Gracepoint, the Solano family continues to grieve, and several developments come to light as Miller and Carver investigate Danny’s murder. The Solanos create a list of potential suspects, all of whom are their friends: teacher, babysitters, neighbors, etc. Ellie can’t believe that they are so distrusting, but Carver assures her that anyone is capable of murder given the right circumstances. Ellie argues that most people have moral compasses, but Carver insists that “compasses break.”

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