I still question why Michael would send someone like Ezekiel who acts so human to impose his will. I’m going to be really upset if the series ends with him saying something like “I planned this all along”. Another interesting point of this week’s episode is Galfa’s apparent relationship with Bernard…it seems Bernard intends to use him against Maria. I’m curious about his motives, though…does Galfa blame Maria for his arm?
I’m assuming the significance of the last scene in this episode is that the grandmother is dead. She’s not a bad character to kill off given that she didn’t have much effect on the story and that her death could cause things to move (though I’m not entirely sure how…I’m assuming Ann decides to do something).