In this week’s episode of “In Plain Sight”, which was rightly named “Drag Me to Hell” we saw Mary facing all kids of trouble and heart hardship. She had to face lost love, new surprises and old love, and she had to deal with them all in one episode. This made this week’s episode one of the most hilarious yet heart touching episodes of “In Plain Sight” so far.
Mary was upset with Marshall as he didn’t tell her anything about his intent to propose to Abigail. She thought that since they are friends and partners, he should tell her such things, and she was absolutely right. Although, he didn’t hide it for any hideous reason, it is only because it is clear that he has some feelings towards her, unresolved feelings that they never talked about. Mary clearly has feelings towards him as well, because as soon as the news hit her, the expression on her face was the expression of a women who is feelings scared as she is about to lose something dear to her heart.
Despite the fact that they aren’t meant for each other, but the amount of unresolved emotions and feelings between them needs to be talked about. They both need some kind of closure so they can carry on with their lives. Unresolved feelings will last for a lifetime, no matter how much time passes, these feelings always come back. On the other hand, if they actually gave their relationship a chance and it failed, they will not be able to work together as friends and partners, because the nature of their bond would be totally different. So it’s a very risky and a complicated situation.
Onto another note, Raph has returned, it was very nice seeing him again. He met up with Mary, but although they were together before, but they both knew that they aren’t meant to be together. That’s why they were both fine with seeing each other and Mary seeing his new wife. They were very mature about it, instead of the usual teenage drama that happens in such situations. They were both genuinely happy for one another.
Speaking of which, Mary ended up in Kenny’s bed, although he is certainly not her soul mate or even a potential candidate, but this action was very fitting to Mary’s character and personality. She just left Raph and everything between them was over, and when Marshall tried to come close to her, she took off. So it was only logical for her to go with Kenny, he was basically the rebound guy and the distraction from all of the above. This will certainly be a short relationship.