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91 Days Episode 9: The culprit appears!


Still trying to figure out what's going to happen to Corteo, but he gets pushed further into the background as time goes on, so maybe I shouldn't care. Curious to see how things go now that Avilio knows who the fourth is.

The final scene in the episode really makes me question Corteo's escape, though. Does the fact that Ganzo is the culprit mean that he was the one that shot the other guy and himself to let Corteo get away?

Busted.

We're all thinking the same thing. Does that mean he lives?

The way this scene went, I thought that they'd jumped from showing Avilio skulking around in the trees to him saving Corteo. That might have been a cool way to do it. I guess Corteo gets all the credit this time.

Is Corteo making Avilio choose between killing Nero and letting Corteo die? Because that makes it hard for Corteo to survive this episode.

Is it finally time to find out who it is?

At first, I thought this was Vincent Vanetti, so I wasn't going to say anything, but I'm pretty sure he's not. So...why would they put focus on this guy in this scene?

It...kinda sounds like he's about to pass the reins to Nero.

So...now he's dead?

Aww...I thought Del Toro would make a good suspect too, but I guess not.

These lines confuse me. It seems like Nero is trying to say "I couldn't have killed the kid who ran away if I tried at that time". But this line makes me wonder if I'm supposed to question whether everyone died that day...specifically the brother.

Yeah...he's kinda the only guy left.



  • Karandi

    Sept. 12, 2016, 3:24 p.m.

    It definitely ceases to be a mystery when anyone else with any kind of connection is already dead. I kind of feel like we are now just going to go through the motions until the end because unless there is some major twist coming, there just isn't much left to this story.

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    marthaurion

    Sept. 12, 2016, 4:57 p.m.

    at this point, we're just waiting for a final tally

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