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Wayward Pines' Second EpisodeBuilds To A Jaw-Dropping Twist

Secret Service Agent Ethan Burke (Matt Dillon) continues to be baffled by the surreal pace of life in Wayward Pines, but hes no longer completely clueless. That said, hes still fully capable of putting disastrous events in motion, which he does in episode two: Do Not Discuss Your Life Before. Spoilers follow!   Read More... //feeds.gawker.com/~r/io9/full/~3/HgRahI9PcYc/wayward-pines-second-episode-builds-to-a-jaw-dropping-t-1706340035

'Wayward Pines' S1E2: Do Not Discuss Your Life Before

★ ★ ★ ★ The second episode of the series served as a far better introduction to the town and how the system in within it functions as the pilot was oversaturated with flashbacks that took focus away from Wayward Pines. Safe to say, I think we now also have a fear of landline phones. This episode laid out the rules that the citizens of Wayward Pines must follow: Do not try to leave. Do not discuss the past. Do not discuss your life before. Always answer the phone if it rings. Work hard, be happy, and enjoy your life in Wayward Pines! While the phone rule was not fully demonstrated, the power it held when it was shown at the end of the episode was a quite horrifying scene. Killing off Juliette Lewis’ character was surprising but necessary if Ethan were to survive. Now, it’s small wonder that Evans ditched her and it’s still unknown how she managed to survive for all this time. But Beverly’s bringing up of the past was enough to have the entire town capture and kill her. However, it’s Kate’s alliance to Wayward Pines that was the most shocking turn of events the series as offered so far. With the amount of information she has given Burke, even telling him that he would find Evans’ wife in that not-so-light-brown house, you would have thought she was on his side. But the clues were there. Evan ended up escaping on his own after all. Evan’s body is the oddest conundrum so far. If Wayward Pines is so keen on keeping its image pristine and having everything seem as normal as possible, why was it that his body was left there? Thankfully, this time around, Wayward Pines focused more on the town than the real world. The flashbacks and jumps to his family and coworkers are still the least interesting portion of the show, but they do yield good endings. Theresa and her son are heading out in search of Ethan themselves. Whether Ethan hallucinated them in the hospital or if it was actually them, their involvement in the series will hopefully be healthy. (THEORY: All of the scenes with Theresa and her son are actually flashbacks leading up to the present and Ethan has been there longer than we think.) A stronger episode than the pilot , " Do Not Discuss Your Life Before " offers a glance at what’s to become of Theresa and her son, Ethan’s psychosis, and the bleakness of living in Wayward Pines.

'Wayward Pines' Recap: 'Do Not Discuss The Past'

Wayward Pines' series premiere had a bit of a mysterious and steady build up. We became all too confident that this would be one of those shows where you didn't really learn anything until close to...   Read More... //www.starpulse.com/news/Jerrica_Tisdale_/2015/05/22/wayward-pines-recap-do-not-discuss-the?ref_src=news_rss

Wayward Pines Recap: The Lost Ones

  Were week two into Wayward Pines , and I have to say if the titular town is supposed to be a weird, wild hamlet in the vein of Twin Peaks, its a very humorless carbon copy. Sure, Twin Peaks had that extradimensional Black Lodge in the woods, home to body-inhabiting murderer BOB and other damned souls, but they also had quirky townsfolk like the Log Lady and pretty jailbait like Audrey Horne. They also had the Double R Diner, where Norma and Shelly are always ready to serve you a slice of pie, and lets not forget that roadhouse where you could hear Julee Cruise sing haunting, dream-pop ditties.   Read More... //www.vulture.com/2015/05/wayward-pines-recap-season-1-episode-2.html

'Wayward Pines' recap: 'Don't Discuss Your Life Before'

Ethan's escape plan is ruined when Beverly breaks one of the town's biggest rules.   Read More... //feeds.ew.com/~r/entertainmentweekly/tv/coverage/~3/rEDt9rwZqic/wayward-pines-season-1-episode-2

Wayward Pines "Don't Discuss Your Life Before" Review: Getaway Weekend

Ummm, have we just nipped the tip of the crazy in this show? It seems like it.   Read More... //www.tv.com/shows/wayward-pines/community/post/wayward-pines-dont-discuss-your-life-before-review-getaway-weekend-143223860181/

Wayward Pines Season 1 Episode 2 Review: Don't Discuss Your Life Before

The first rule of Fight Club is you don't talk about Fight Club. In Wayward Pines Season 1 Episode 2 , we learned the rules of survival in this creepy town. Don't try to leave, don't talk about the past, and answer the phone. That third one seemed pretty odd at first, but by the end it made sense.   Read More...   //www.tvfanatic.com/2015/05/wayward-pines-season-1-episode-2-review-dont-discuss-your-life-b/

'Wayward Pines' Recap: Things Get Even Weirder and A Main Character is Killed Off

Here we are in week two of Wayward Pines with "Do Not Discuss Your Life Before" and the plot continues its labyrinthine journey into insanity. The surprise ending of this episode has left viewers stunned and skeptical. Did that really happen? Is this some kind of bait-n-switch, or is that main character really dead? Further confusing the fact that the actor playing the part is credited for being in all ten episodes. Wha--? Yeah.  Read More... //www.buddytv.com/articles/wayward-pines/wayward-pines-recap-things-get-56593.aspx

Wayward Pines: Episode 2 Review

Wayward Pines proves just how dangerous this world is, as more mysteries about the town surface.  Read More... //www.ign.com/articles/2015/05/22/wayward-pines-do-not-discuss-your-life-before-review

Wayward Pines Recap: Rules Are Rules!

Foxs Wayward Pines this week laid out the rules for living peacefully in the unusual Idaho town as well as made clear the ramifications of running afoul of same. Picking up right where the pilot left off, Pope had pulled over Ethan, ostensibly for the theft of a townspersons car and no amount [] //tvline.com/2015/05/21/wayward-pines-recap-sheriff-pope-kills-beverly/