‘Scream’ Review: So Many Shady Characters, But Are any of Them Real Suspects?

Being reassured that Audrey wasn’t involved in the murders makes me so relieved. I’ve really been loving her character this season but feeling so twisted because of it. Just because we know she didn’t commit any of the murders, doesn’t change the fast that there is still a killer on the loose. And this killer loves playing games.

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There are so many shady characters this season. Most of them are not the killer but that doesn’t change the fact that I don’t like them.

Zoe is on top of that list. I love Noah, so Zoe should not be acting shady about Audrey. Granted we don’t know exactly what she did with that recording but she did email it to someone. Even if that is herself, that’s not good. I do agree with Noah that Audrey should tell Emma but no one else needs to know.

Noah had a big blind spot for Audrey and yes, I have a blind spot for her too, but I don’t think she is behind these murders. She just made a mistake.

Some theories were floating around that Ms. Lang could be the killer. Considering how the killer took her out, it’s not her, but she did have a pretty big obsession with Emma and the Lakewood six. Thinking about it now, maybe it makes sense. She is a psychology teacher, maybe this is the ultimate research project for her.

One shady person has been taken out but we still have Zoe, not that I think she’s the killer, I just want her away from Noah. Eli is one of the shadiest. He sneaks into stranger’s homes, not to mention he brought Emma to a house that there were two bodies in, one dead, one-half dead.

Is it a coincidence that he brought her to that house? Granted we did see the killer but that doesn’t mean he doesn’t have a partner. I’m not saying he’s the killer but I am saying he is getting shadier each episode.

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On top of all of that, who flirts with their cousin’s girlfriend? He’s proving himself to be a bad guy with that alone.

There’s a killer still out on the loose and Brooke handcuffed Seth to a bed last week. She was so freaked out about what happened to Jake she wasn’t thinking straight. Now she’s finally coming to her senses and I love that Audrey is the one she confides in.

I assumed last week that Seth was dead but this week he wasn’t quite dead but he could be soon. He survived the killer but it looks like a fire could kill him.

Going back to Eli, it does seem like such a coincidence that they ended up in a house that the killer was covering up the bodies. I’m not sure Seth can survive after this.

I realize Emma has been through quite an ordeal but she’s spiraling out of control. She doesn’t know what’s real and what’s in her head anymore. Plus she has this really cute caring boyfriend and she’s flirting with his cousin! I get that she’s mad but Kieren did it out of love. There is a killer on the loose after all.

We’ve been thinking Miguel is acting strange for some time but now we finally know the reason why. We knew he was a local when those murders went down but there is a lot more to it than that. He appears to be working with Maggie. They know a lot more about these murders than they are letting on. This killer may be someone we haven’t even thought of yet.

Mandy Carr

Editor and Founder, Primetime Addiction

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