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Roswell, New Mexico Recap: Home Truths By Emma Dibdin

 
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Roswell, New Mexico Recap: Home Truths By Emma Dibdin
When I say that I am exhausted by tonight’s episode, I mean it in the most complimentary way. So much was packed into these 42 minutes: Liz was almost burned alive! Max got shot and performed some casual self-surgery! Isobel’s marriage is (maybe) over! A podcaster is dead! And Rosa’s real murderer was finally revealed! Buckle up, kids. From the very first shot, things are getting real: Isobel wakes up face down in the middle of the desert, wearing only a nightgown. This would be unsettling for most people, but is especially so given what we know about Isobel (type A queen bee who’s all about keeping up appearances). When poor Noah shows up looking for her, Max and Michael deduce that Isobel is having a blackout triggered by her deep fear of abandonment. This hasn’t happened since the end of high school, when she was afraid of losing Max; now, she’s afraid of losing Michael if he turns himself in. I really like the juxtaposition of this deep, compulsive neediness with Isobel’s icy, poised surface; she’s been hiding her mess very well for a very long time.
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Kyle, still trying to figure out whether his father was having an affair with Rosa, heads out to Valenti’s old hunting cabin in the woods, where he finds answers in the unexpected form of Alex. Valenti left the cabin to Alex, who saw him as a supportive father figure in contrast to Manes. “My dad was a homophobic, abusive dick, and your dad saw it,” he tells Kyle, calling Valenti a father to any kid who needed one. Alex doesn’t believe for a second that Valenti would have taken advantage of Rosa, and the evidence at the cabin ultimately proves him right. An underground bedroom that initially looks very, very sketchy turns out to be a makeshift detox facility, where Valenti once took Rosa to try and get her off drugs. Why? Because Rosa was his daughter. Twist!
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Liz’s mission this week sees her being paired up with Grant Green, a.k.a. Propaganda Podcast Guy, and while clearly she deserves better, Grant proves himself to be halfway useful before he is inevitably dispatched. He has footage from the night Rosa died that shows three kids levitating in the desert (presumably Rosa and the two girls being lifted out of the wreck by Michael) and reluctantly shares it after Liz tracks him down to the storage facility where he hoards all of his UFO paraphernalia. He’s incredibly twitchy, and for good reason: he’s been sworn to silence by shadowy operatives, and tells Liz that everybody who knows anything about the 1947 crash is dead, from generals and scientists to Valenti to Rosa.
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