V Morgan Is Dead Review 5-8

V Morgan Is Dead Review – Complete four episode review. 

I finally caught up. It has been awhile since I have been able to do something like this because well I have been having technical difficulties with my computer. So well I’m borrowing this Macbook Pro to do this.

I am loving this series so far. It’s progressing to awesomeness. I am finally seeing V being a ‘fixer’ and somehow owning her responsibilities, although not sure. We understand that she has this big assignment to protect her older sister Penny. We see her fall in love with the dinner date guy who is renting the upstairs floor but falls in love with V by kissing her.

We later learn that he is a body guard working on the fourth floor to make sure that everything is going to plan. She understands her mission and her memories with her sister. She prevents her sister from getting killed in a car accident. Luckily she’s alive and we see her icing her injuries while having a attorney help her to figure out who has hurt her is awesome. This all ties in the story line how V although her first assignment is her sister she completes it from being skeptical of her own skills to do so.

These episodes keep getting better and better. We learn that V is becoming a mature lady and honing to being a better fixer in every sense and every moment.

Future episodes will determine what fixing details that V may have to face and  what plans that Benson has for her. We will see how this story progresses and the trusts that V may have to deal with in the future.

These episodes show how this may all end. Until next Thursday. We will see how V Morgan’s character will progress and the task she’ll take.


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