True Detective Episode 6 Review: “Hunters in The Dark”


True Detective Episode 6 Review: “Hunters in The Dark”

If you had a “True Detective” Season 3 theory, Episode 6 probably confirmed it. Is that the mark of a well-constructed show, or TV that’s just too predictable?

The Shat Crew breaks down what we know for (almost) certain and what’s still up in the air, and listeners write in about character sexuality, the secret meanings of names, and what Julie Purcell’s drawings tell us about life before she disappeared.

Big D does his best Nic Pizzolatto impersonation and learns that Scoot isn’t short for “Scooter.” Gene Lyons loses his mind over wild speculation, peepholes, and racial nomenclature. And The King Bee writes a sweet ditty for the ages.

Storyline for “Hunters in The Dark”:
Episode 6: Wayne and Roland revisit discrepancies in the Purcell case that were hidden or forgotten, and take another look at Tom Purcell and Lucy’s cousin, Dan O’ Brien; the glitter of Amelia’s book release is tarnished by a voice from the past.

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