||Drama, Crime, Mystery
||Matthew McConaughey, Rachel McAdams, Michelle Monaghan, Vince Vaughn, Woody Harrelson, Colin Farrell, Taylor Kitsch, Kelly Reilly, Michael Potts, Tory Kittles
By the end of the hour, a killer was caught, both detectives survived and justice was served… to a point. The fact that Rust and Marty weren’t able to out every single member of the sordid secret society rang frustratingly realistic, though Rust’s assertion that perhaps evil didn’t have the upper hand made for more of an upbeat, satisfying ending than I thought we’d get from the haunting drama. THE UGLY TRUTH | Just in case you had any doubt that Errol Childress — the guy on the lawnmower we re-met at the end of the previous episode – was a bad dude, the finale picks up with him at his very creepy estate. Dolls with their faces missing. Stacks of VHS tapes. Piles of stained bedding. A simple minded yet randy woman who doesn’t seem interested in showering. What are: Things that will be in my nightmares for the next two weeks for $200, Alex? In one of the home’s outbuildings, a shirtless Errol talks to someone we can’t see but who is drawing flies (ew); what we can see is Errol’s back, which has one of those scary spirals scarred into his neck – and, from what I’m guessing was abuse, lots of other scars that look less planned. He says “Bye, Daddy” to the person tied to the bed in front of him, then returns to his hoarder’s paradise of a main house.