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1Andrew-theQM
Jan 13, 4:03pm Top

Any thoughts on why Shirley Kaiser called on Hale? Was this a wise move?

2bhabeck
Jan 13, 4:29pm Top

this was such a stupid move - I thought the woman was supposed to be smart. I thought when she showed up that she was going to kill him for using her

3EadieB
Jan 13, 5:07pm Top

It was TSTL moment. How did she think she would be able to overpower him even with a gun?

4Sergeirocks
Jan 13, 5:31pm Top

At first I wondered if it pointed to her being in on the phone-tapping.

5Olivermagnus
Jan 13, 11:29pm Top

I agree - TSTL.

6Andrew-theQM
Jan 14, 6:00am Top

Totally TSTL, I did wonder if it would turn out she was more involved. Just shoot the man!

7Carol420
Jan 14, 10:03am Top

Certainly a TSTL moment on her part. It might have worked if she had just shot him and not tried to engage him in conversation and thinking she had the upper hand.

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