Silver takes Flint’s life in his hands. Billy drives a wedge. Eleanor risks everything. Rogers makes a stunning appeal. (Summary provided by starz.com) WATCH NOW AT Starz | Hulu BEST FLINT MOMENT What does Flint do while locked up in prison? Read! The fact that he keeps his finger in his place while talking with Eleanor proves that he…
Violence engulfs Nassau. Silver demands answers from Billy. Eleanor comes to Max’s aid. Bonny and Rackham endure hell. (Summary provided by starz.com) WATCH NOW AT Starz | Hulu BEST FLINT MOMENT This episode gives us two of my favorite Flints: Grumpy Flint (“Is there a point you’re trying to make?” to Israel Hands) and Enigmatic Flint (“Trust me.”) I…
I do think the show wants us to support Flint, and I do think that Flint’s motivations are deepening beyond revenge to a more genuine desire to create something new. BUT it is unquestionable that the showrunners want us to remember the power of narrative in shaping our allegiances, and to question why we see some people as good and others as bad, when really, they might not be so different.
Israel Hands: You talk too much.
Silver: *keeps talking*
If season three was about leadership and darkness, season four is about friendship and revenge.
Flint and Silver (and Madi) will be the main friendship pairing to watch this season, as already a lot happened that we didn’t see. Post-coitus, Madi tries to remind Silver that he once feared being close to Flint, but Silver is unconcerned now, insisting things are different. They are now secure in their friendship and the power they wield together, no matter Madi’s warning, “When a man first needs you and thereafter calls you a friend, a little suspicion is a healthy thing.”