What does a killer with a broken heart do? Well, seek ways for cathartic release – that’s how.
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How Do You Mend A Broken Heart?: Ray
With Ally gone, Ray is throwing out her things, deleting pics, and going to anger management ready for a fight. Not a physical altercation, just ready to battle wits since he’d really prefer to be anywhere but there.
A New Girl?: Mandy, Ray, Freddy
Being that Ray oftentimes only speaks to Freddy and has limited interactions with anyone who isn’t seeking their form of justice, it makes most of the people who work there seem unimportant. However, with Ray being single, lonely, and seemingly just looking for someone who gets him and doesn’t reject what has become a major part of his persona, Mandy catches his eye.
Now, who is Mandy? Well, she is a server at the club, and after a guy touches her bum, Ray steps in before security does. However, what may have really put her on Ray’s radar is her defending herself by smacking the guy with her serving tray. Meaning she isn’t above violence.
Things You Badly Want To Forget: Ally, Ray
While grocery shopping, Ray runs into Ally and with him seemingly wanting to talk to her, for whatever reason, he follows her. Leading to her dropping her basket and just high tailing it. An act that pushes Ray to realize she is truly done and perhaps scared of him.
Other Noteworthy Facts, Moments, and Random Thoughts
- Ray is pushed to handle Vinnie since Alex is getting antsy.
A New Love Interest?
Generally speaking, this show doesn’t say a person’s name that much. That’s why, at least for me, remembering many of the supporting characters is hard, and the guest stars aren’t worth it. However, Mandy’s name was said so much you have to think something is likely to happen with her.
Which, on the one hand, is a rather quick bounce back for Ray, yet considering he is genuinely a nice guy, just one in a rather rough profession, does that mean he shouldn’t get a quick bounce back? Though, who knows, as much as there are reasons to get hyped about Mandy, she could be the one who takes Ray down. It isn’t like he is going to be able to do what he does forever without consequence, and considering Freddy isn’t the brightest crayon in the box, you know sooner or later someone with wits about them is going to catch on.
|Season/ Episode||Synopsis||Episode Information||Topics & Focused Characters|
|Season 2, Episode 4 “Monsters”||As Mr. Inbetween improves capturing your interest on the hitman side, it almost seems they have found a way to make both sides to Ray compelling.|
|Season 2, Episode 5 “Can’t Save You”||At Christmas, Ray suffers two loses. One minor, one greater, and it makes the upcoming new year all the more difficult.|
|Season 2, Episode 6 “Let Me Stop You There”||What does a killer with a broken heart do? Well, seek ways for cathartic release – that’s how.|
|Season 2, Episode 3 “I Came From Your Balls?”||Brit gets the sex talk, and Ray learns Davros has a brother and accidentally ends up in a conversation with his mark.|
|Season 2, Episode 2 “Don’t Be a Dickhead”||Mr. Inbetween doesn’t feature a murder this week, but Bruce triggers something which makes Ray willing to open up to Ally about a dark time in his life.|
|Season 2, Episode 1 “Shoulda Tapped” [Season Premiere]||Mr. Inbetween returns and between an issue Britt has at school and one of Ray’s employers trying to be cheap, it’s same ole, same ole.|
While the first season of Mr. Inbetween failed to find a sweet spot between the gangster and dad, it still made for one hell of a first season.
Ray ends up in a bit of trouble this episode. However, both times, he shows he isn’t a simple hitman and makes a smart decision.
How did Ray get away with his hands in bondage and stuck in a trunk? Well, it is mostly due to luck and dealing with idiots.
Ally begins to see Ray as we see him, and it makes her a bit more cautious when it comes to dating him.
Gary proves himself to be the dump truck which keeps dropping crap on Ray’s life.
Freddy and Gary make mistakes which Ray finds himself having to handle. Both of which could have been preventable.
While the thug side of Mr. Inbetween is generic, the lead's personal life, like being a father, compensates enough to perhaps hook viewers.
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