Now that Grand Prince and Pretty Noona has ended, we are trying out live recapping Mistress. Today will be the first time we live recap Mistress in our aftercap format (where we start recapping a show after it has already started airing for the day). Hopefully it goes well!
The law case is on and a big piece of the puzzle is found out. However, that person decided to accidentally or on purpose walk into a moving train. So now they know that the police chief didn’t kill the mayor, but will they be able to prove it in court?
I don’t know how they pack so many twists and turns into each episode, but they somehow manage it! There is still a back and forth with who killed who. But in this episode we find out how everything is connected and it is not what I was expecting at all.
We have come to the final episode! From the video and text preview, it looks like Jin-ah has fallen into her old tricks. She is dating a man her mother would love and doesn’t look happy about it. Joon-hee looked furious, but surprisingly it is more because Jin-ah isn’t happy and not because she is dating someone (but you know there is some of that in there as well). Can our love birds, 3 years removed, get back together in one episode? I’m itching to find out!
The first two episodes of Lawless Lawyer were my kind of action fun for the weekend. It stinks that subs still aren’t out, has anyone heard anything about that? Does Netflix have this drama as well, because I thought Viki got it. We will try and update this post with more detailed information after the live recap ends. If we do, then we will add “(Updated)” to the title just like we did on the first two episodes.
It is the penultimate episode and the stakes are high. Jin-ah has compounding stress of getting kicked out of the house, her best friend not speaking to her, as well as all the issues she is dealing with at her company. Jun-hee had an off screen breakdown in the last episode and is stressed because he hasn’t been able to protect Jin-ah from anything; on top of that, these issues are getting worse and pulling them apart. Will they be able to go to the states and live happily ever after for a few years? Or will that Casablanca clip come true for our couple?
We should be in for a lot of laughs this episode because it looks like they have some head scratching tasks to cover that might include a talent of sorts? With Subject B, So Ji-sub’s cows come back and his lights go out, which makes him bring out his hand crank. With Subject A, Park Shin-hye meets the dog that has visited SJS a couple times and laughs at something as she sings a children’s song? Yeah, I’m thoroughly confused, but I’m looking forward to seeing what actually happens this episode in Little House in the Forest.
Okay, we all know that the father is a psychopath. But are there other psychopaths around? HM is a punk kid, but he doesn’t actually seem that bad. It is more like he is acting up and will get thrown in jail for hurting someone due to his need for attention and love from his father who is a serial killer. DJ seems a bit crazy though, or maybe he is just really off? Is he suppressing his psychopathic nature? That isn’t it though, MW, might be another psychopath. He is so strangely calm and his smile is off. I also have a feeling that he might have accidentally on purpose killed his mother.
We are at the final episode! There is movement and twists and turns all the way to the end. Thank you for recapping this show with us. It was a nice change up in our melo landscape for the spring.
Uh oh, it looks like the stakes just went up for Yeon-woo. GI and Seo are pressing him on his credentials from the inside and someone on the outside has more than a suspicion that he is faking something, he actually has a bit of evidence. Yeon-woo will have to win this man’s case if he wants him to keep quiet.