And then there were five Apr 13, 2012 9:36:01 GMT -8
Post by Erik Coppertop on Apr 13, 2012 9:36:01 GMT -8
The 25 million was not a loan, it was a payoff. So Erik doesn't "owe" Evan anything. But, Evan was going straight and there was a very real threat that he would reveal all his past misdeeds - including paying Erik off. That would tank Erik's reputation and no one would buy his friers and no one would want to attend or bet on a boxing match orchestrated by him.
Plus, if he is the groom, he had an interest in making sure his brother was in line for that inheritance.
I can think of no reason that Erik needed to keep Evan alive. I can think of reasons that each of the other four survivors would want to keep Evan alive.
The only problem is Erik's hand. We don't know if both hands are impacted and we don't know what the murder weapon was. So its not necessarily an impediment to this theory, just a mystery.
I am not the killer. Evan and I were cool. I have no reason to kill Evan. My fryer business is awesome! Doing rather well. Yes, I had to throw my final fight...but we were good.
Didn't Amer mention that Annie had a short backstory that included a deception? Perhaps there is more she is being deceptive about?
Yeah, I jumped on the bandwagon...YOU were driving, Annie.
So are the Aliens at least working together to get rid of the killer? If Paula and Son are working together? Then they think it is down to Farrell, Annie, and Me. Well, my Alien friends, let me me first say I was part of the Alibi of Sarah and Mike (both proven to NOT be the killer). And second, "How about a new Stoneburner Deep Fryer?"
If the Aliens are NOT working together, consider it. Unless of course, one of the Aliens is the killer...using Teleport to get into Evan's room...and that's the question we all got wrong. Well, then were fucked.
Anyway, not the killer.