This character right here is one of the greatest characters in television history.
She works with John Luther and knows something is up. Now you, as the viewer, want her to stay the hell out of Luther’s business because you know that he’s gotten mixed up in some bad stuff for very complicated reasons and is not a dirty cop
But she can’t know that—she just knows something fishy is going on. She knows he’s got a mixed rep. And she knows that if you’re going to be a cop, you need to be a good one, especially in her division.
She doesn’t rat him out right away. She goes to a fellow cop for help. But he’s unblinkingly loyal to Luther, even though he knows something else is up, too. You hate her for her persistence and yet, at the same time, you know she’s right to do what she is doing.
She finally goes to the higher-ups and is accused of playing games, trying to smear a superior officer, and the position she’s worked so hard to gain — through honest, dedicated work — is in jeopardy.
You’re excited when she’s accused of running a smear campaign because Luther is safe, at least for now.
But at the same time
You know that she, of all the characters, is always trying to do the honest, right thing. And it hurts to see her screwed over for it.
I’ve never loved, hate, distrusted, and cheered on, and rooted against a character so much before.
That is all.
One of the best Superman cosplayers i have seen yet. #DannyKelley We did this series in studio not too long ago. Danny said he wanted to recreate the Man of Steel so we did. We also did video which will come soon.