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I want to apologize for not having the summary up sooner, and for having it be so long. As there is only one more episode left I didn’t want any of the clues to be left out.
Episode 6 begins with Jim having a nightmare of some kind…it appears that he is trapped in his father’s car. He panics, and starts to hit the hood of the car, and screams, but wait that is really Dawn knocking at the door informing him that he’s won a day of community service. Our hero states: I don’t remember that being part of the deal. Dawn gleefully replies well, after a couple hundred Margaritas the judge thought it was an awesome idea, but she’s not sure how completely legal it was because he was, um, slurring his words a little bit…Surprisingly, he doesn’t question her about it, just nods his head and agrees to do it. She then shoves an orange and yellow vest at him and exclaims: “you get to join me in a fun filled day of picking up trash on the highway. Once Dawn and Jim are at the highway she tells him the real reason they are picking up trash. He has to go with her on a buy, due to Sloman’s orders. Jim asks why him? Dawn replies that there is only one reason she can think of-Jim interrupts and says: The man kills for sport, and I’m next, right? She replies “I have everything planned down to the mili-second. If you follow everything, nothing will happen.” Hero alert #1 (Hero alerts are alerts to warn our hero, Jim that Danger could in store for him.) While Dawn and Jim are talking, Jim is picking up trash, and perhaps I’ve read one to many spoiler thresds, because the whole entire time I’m thinking: Is this a subliminal clue of some kind that Ben Affleck is sending us? Jim asks her why he should believe her, because her record isn’t exactly that of a model cop. Acting stunned Dawn says: “You did a background check on me??” (um, note to Dawn-the guy is an I.R.S. agent.) Jim says that her “end justifies the means act” doesn’t inspire him to follow her out to the desert and deliver Soloman. The conversation continues and continues, until finally we get to the root of it all: Jim has made enemies with Soloman, and his confession will probably be on the 6:00 news, and only she Dawn can help Jim get cleared because Soloman thinks that she is as dirty as he is. Dawn reassures him that her partner will be with them.
Then finally some action: Crazy Man Shadrack, shouts something like: I demand Justice, I demand to be heard…:” over and over again. Dawn shows him a map, and then it’s flashback time: we see a picture of Mary handing him a map. Back to the present. Dawn is going on about how if anyone knew who drew the map, they’d be killed, and because she gave him the map he has to trust her. She’s watching hm. etc., etc. Shadrack comes over to them, and says: “Water, Water everywhere, not a drop to drink. Don’t just look Prufrock, see.” Because of his anklet monitor, Jim stays in his room as he was told to do by Dawn. He then tries everything in his power to save his butt. He calls Ira at what I’m presuming is the I.R.S. and tells him to forward the email he just sent him. Ira tells him that he’s crazy and if the average American read it….and the phone line goes dead. That’s because he just gave our hero a brillant idea: to send out a mass email to almost everyone in the country. They show parts of the email. (Again I think, a clue??) He then studies Shadrack's sculpture and recalls his ranting,"Water, water everywhere and not a drop to drink." AHA!! Watermark Consolidated. And thank the T.V. powers that be, because we finally have opening credits and a very, very long commercial break.
The website promo is: http://www.enochonline.com
Back from the commercial break that tried to fit every single sponsor known to man into it we find Jim calling his lawyer, Jamison Jones, to tell him to look into Sloman and Watermark and expect the email and a package of evidence supporting his innocence, including the hankie, the fax, and photos of the sculpture. Jones tells him to stay out of sight.Hero Alert #2(When your lawyer tells you this, I'd listen to him.)Jim uses a hacksaw he finds in the sculpture to saw off his ankle band. Everyone starts reading the mass emails he sent out. He then goes to mail his evidence out. He goes to U.S. Post office. Big Mistake. It turns out that 24 hour mail, can be reduced for an added fee, and he can bid on whatever price he wants. The price is $13.25-again, I’m thinking is this a clue, because why else would the writers include this seemingly unimportant conversation into the show?
We then go to three men in black who are watching Jim on the screen and they are threatened by the mass emails Jim sent out. Shadrock says that he was robbed, etc and taken for a fool. Jim says that’s terrible and can he help him clean up, because he wants to find out about the waterbottles in his sculpture. Does his art have any message with Watermark Consolidated? Shadrock laughs. Three cars drive by, and Shadrock starts screaming at them. Flashback to when the men in black show their badge and tell him they are from the gaming commission. Back to the present. The three men in black give a status report to Soloman and they pretty much tell him that they screwed up and that Prufrock sent out over 600 emails, and that killing him is no longer an option. Yadda, Yadda Yadda. Soloman tells them to shove it, because he doesn’t have to answer to anyone, and that he was growing tired of them. Solomon tells them that their research department is crap, and he wants them to find out everything Jim has ever done. The three men are apparently stupid because they leave a credit card slip in the fuel pump.
commercial break #2
We return to see the men in black talking to Soloman. One of them is holding a bible. He tells them that Jim should have been gone day one and they are morons for not doing it.
The people at Watermark aren’t that bright either, because Jim calls them and finds out that the number belongs to an account at Watermark.. We go to Grace’s trail and we have a flashback of her being a model employee. More flashbacks. The men in black say “they’ve been compromised.” He studies the sculpture and discovers the silver big rig model is like B.R.B (Or at least that’s what I assume from them showing his business card.) Out of nowhere, Mary shows up in a dress to kill and flirts (Poorly) with him, but all our hero can think about is Watermark. and B.R.B. The men in black are watching them on the monitor. Jim tells her that he needs to talk to someone who knows something about Watermark and B.R.B and if she doesn’t know anything, then just get the heck out of his house. Mary does a double take and oh my heck , she does knows something after all. Jim asks her in his tough guy voice: Does B.R.B move goods for those well dressed men in black? She says they would kill her if they find out she told Jim anything. She then poors her heart out to him and tells him were to find the journal.
Hero alert #3(Beware of beautiful women giving you information for free.) He’s off and running to find it, stupidly leaving her alone in his apartment. The men in black zero in on the sculpture and find what they are looking for-the bible.
Commercial Break #3
Mary then steals the bible from the sculpture. Jim returns to find his door unlocked, and the landlady cleaning his room. She informs him that Mary left, and gives him the riot act for having women in his room, as the rules clearly state, no women allowed. He calls information for the number of Highwater trucking (B.R.B’s business) and discovers there is no such business listed. Watermark wants Mary found A.S.A.P. then gets a description of everything Jim has ever done. Jim searches for the receipt of Highwater Trucking, and finds it, and gets the address. He then goes to the address on the receipt. There are two men outside the warehouse-one of the men in black and another guy. Hero Alert #4 and then, his cover is blown because Grace calls him again from the courthouse. The men in black surround him, and we hear police sirens. It’s Dawn to the rescue. She orders him in the police car. We then see Soloman with lots of money and guns.
Commercial break #4.
Jim tells Dawn how he thinks that Watermark Consolidated and Highwater Trucking are involved in something together. Jim asks her if she could please pull over so he could make one last call. She does and he makes a phone call to himself and leaves a message telling someone that he really loved her, etc., etc., etc...During the message Dawn loads her gun.Hero alert #5.(Beware of friends who say dangerous meetings are no big deal, & then load a weapon.) We then see Mary get out of a car with the bible, and discovers that words have been cut out of it.
Dawn and Jim then arrive at the quarry and Dawn reassures Jim that as soon as Soloman touches the tickets, they’ve got him. Soloman is waiting for them holding a bag of cash.
Jim tells Soloman that people know what they are up to. A man arrives with the lottery tickets and says this wasn’t he agreed to. I think all the viewers can agree with that line.
He then gives Soloman the 550 winning tickets. He tells Jim that he has to scratch off a ticket to see if it’s a winning ticket. Jim says he wants nothing to do with it. (I’m beginning to see why this show was cancelled.) Jim is forced to scratch off a $50,000 winning lotto ticket. In slow motion Soloman reaches for his gun, and then Jim’s cell phone rings, and stops him. It’s Grace calling again. He ignores it. Soloman then tells Dawn to kill Jim. Jim looks amazed that Dawn is considering it. She yells at him to run, and shoots twice him in the back. Soloman says that the only way to make sure if he’s really dead is to have a nice clean shot through the head. Dawn volunteers to do it. She walks up to his seemingly lifeless body and with her gun on his head says: "Sorry, but you have to die, Prufrock." And with this cliffhanger, the show finally comes to an end.
For those of you playing the game, I noticed they kept using the number 5 alot. For example: $50,000, and they showed Grace saying: It's due on the 15th day of the 5th month.
Edited because I accidently had the whole thing in bold and the spacing was off a little.