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1Andrew-theQM
Jan 13, 4:05pm Top

Why would Cotton want to go alone?

2bhabeck
Jan 13, 4:33pm Top

too many people would make it too easy for people to follow him or slow him down -- he was trying to do this on the sly and beat Wyatt to the island

3EadieB
Jan 13, 5:14pm Top

He thought it would be quicker and more effective if he went alone.

4Sergeirocks
Jan 13, 5:45pm Top

He always has preferred to work alone. Besides which, any government agencies might not care to go in under his direction.

5Olivermagnus
Jan 13, 11:34pm Top

He knows he can only rely on himself in a case like this.

6Andrew-theQM
Jan 14, 6:06am Top

I’m surprised he didn’t go with Cassiopeia, but agree he does seem to prefer to work alone and come in unnoticed!

7Carol420
Jan 14, 10:10am Top

I agree that he wanted to work alone and not feel accountable for anyone else. I think the relationship is gong to change how he and Cassiopeia work together. He's going to suddenly see her as the helpless little woman. I don't think they are going to last long as a couple if this happens.

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