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I see. Sounds like some cheap plot device, though. They lead the viewer to believe something happened through Anna's post-deed behaviors and emotions. But, when they decide to "resurrect" Faison they'll explain that her guilt was from some related deed. Or, they'll say she thought he was dead but he actually survived.jbrr1212 wrote:They agreed to kill him together (for Robin and Emma) but they didnt actually show them shooting him. We are led to believe by Annas actions/guilt he is dead.