Olitz Is The Endgame
At first I thought that Quinn, Abby, and Harrison were using Huck as a little therapy pass. I mean, it was cute and I got emotional hearing about them, but I could not figure out what it had to do with him. So right now I’m re watching the episode and I’m thinking the reason those three can’t get through to Huck is because they are, unintentionally, describing things he once had. Things he will never have again.

Quinn is talking about having a family with Jesse, and how her wedding would’ve been. That they would move in together and have kids. Huck had a woman he can never see again. He had a child, a family. They shared a house and a life and now HE CAN’T go back to the one time he was truly happy.

Abby is talking about the love her and David had. How real it was, and how she let someone interfere and now it will never be the same. Did Huck not let the C.I.A (or whoever) interfere? Did Charlie not buss up at his house and hold his child, and then threaten to handle the situation if he didn’t. He was in love. He let the wrong people get involved and now HE CAN’T have them. HE CAN’T love them like he wants to.

Harrison talks about himself being a talker. Huck isn’t much of a talker at all, but he used to be. Remember when he was about to torture “Marcus” and he was giving a speech? I closed my eyes, and swore it was Harrison. Sure he’s been traumatized by everything but I think he’s seeing that HE CAN’T go back to that person. The person who could smile at his girl, laugh and play with little children. HE CAN’T be that person anymore. 

Every time I hear the speeches it sounds more and more like a reminder to Huck of what he was denied. I know it wasn’t intentional, but if that makes sense to you then those writers are STILL doing the damn thing.

Go Shonda, Go Shonda, Go!
You killing my ass, but I will give you your props!

At first I thought that Quinn, Abby, and Harrison were using Huck as a little therapy pass. I mean, it was cute and I got emotional hearing about them, but I could not figure out what it had to do with him. So right now I’m re watching the episode and I’m thinking the reason those three can’t get through to Huck is because they are, unintentionally, describing things he once had. Things he will never have again.

Quinn is talking about having a family with Jesse, and how her wedding would’ve been. That they would move in together and have kids. Huck had a woman he can never see again. He had a child, a family. They shared a house and a life and now HE CAN’T go back to the one time he was truly happy.

Abby is talking about the love her and David had. How real it was, and how she let someone interfere and now it will never be the same. Did Huck not let the C.I.A (or whoever) interfere? Did Charlie not buss up at his house and hold his child, and then threaten to handle the situation if he didn’t. He was in love. He let the wrong people get involved and now HE CAN’T have them. HE CAN’T love them like he wants to.

Harrison talks about himself being a talker. Huck isn’t much of a talker at all, but he used to be. Remember when he was about to torture “Marcus” and he was giving a speech? I closed my eyes, and swore it was Harrison. Sure he’s been traumatized by everything but I think he’s seeing that HE CAN’T go back to that person. The person who could smile at his girl, laugh and play with little children. HE CAN’T be that person anymore.

Every time I hear the speeches it sounds more and more like a reminder to Huck of what he was denied. I know it wasn’t intentional, but if that makes sense to you then those writers are STILL doing the damn thing.

Go Shonda, Go Shonda, Go!
You killing my ass, but I will give you your props!

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