Stitchers was not holding back on us this week. Coining this episode the hour of bombshells doesn’t begin to describe how much information we found out about some of our favorite Stitchers team members. But the biggest bombshells are the questions we have after watching the shocking episode.
This week’s mystery death comes in the form of a lawyer found dead in her office. Kirsten’s first stitch has her watching Anna trying to figure out a top secret case with other lawyers. Maggie’s old friend and senior partner of the firm, Sam, was running the case and even though he favored Anna they had an issue. Anna found a memo that could sink the company that they were defending. The company supposedly sold batteries that turned out to be deadly, which they found out later and didn’t fix. She wanted the company to settle during the case which didn’t sit well with Bonnie, who asked for her to be dismissed from the case. Sam couldn’t let that happen because Anna was his best associate, but not for long.
Kirsten is then stitched in during Anna’s time of death and she sees that Anna died from being poisoned. She drank from her iced tea and died instantly. Fisher says that there was no tea at the crime scene, which means someone from the office must have poisoned her and then removed the tea. The team tries to question the fellow associates that worked with Anna but they don’t tell them anything new. They signed a confidentially agreement which prevents them from actually saying anything, it’s frustrating to say the least.
Stitching in again, Kirsten sees that Sam found an email where Anna emailed the LA Times the memo. It looks like she sold out the law firm and things don’t look good for her. But aside from that, everyone at the firm had something against Anna. Bonnie didn’t like her, Sam was worried what this would mean for his company and the associates didn’t like how Anna was approaching the case.
Turns out that one of the associates pinned the memo on Anna but no one is revealing anything. Instead, one of the associates turns the tables on Cameron, telling Kirsten the truth about his dad. Cameron’s dad was behind a huge Ponzi scheme which landed him in prison. Kirsten tells Cameron that he isn’t his father but this secret clearly weighs on him.
Randall may have upset our favorite guy but he got what was coming to him. He accidentally drops a hint that he was the killer, all he wanted was to make Anna sick but instead it got her killed. He tried to make it seem like another associate did it but clearly he didn’t plan it out enough.
Camille and Linus are not in a good place this week since Linus is not happy that he was lied to. The only part of this plot that I liked was the cute Linus/Kirsten moment. I didn’t know that I liked the idea of these two bonding but now I want to see this every week. Camille on the other hand is still keeping up the facade with Liam which Kirsten finds out about and she isn’t happy. But then again, who would be happy to see their best friend making out with their ex in their home? Not good.
Liam is still giving me a shady vibe; he seemed all too happy to be caught by Kirsten. This really makes me believe that at least Camille had a concrete reason to be doing this. Liam is hiding something big and there isn’t much of a choice for her. But the way she is isolated from the team now is kind of upsetting. Camille is told by Maggie that she can’t say anything so instead she feels guilty for not doing what Kirsten assumes she is doing. Luckily Kirsten finds out the truth from the duo in the end and decides that she will be the one to get information from Liam. He might be working with her father and Kirsten isn’t going to let that slip away.
Cameron is trying to keep his relationship in its blissful bubble since his secret work life is starting to catch up with him. Nina and Cameron’s relationship looked like it was only growing. But the worst part comes when his dad’s identity is dropped on Kirsten and a room full of strangers. Kirsten and him bond on their similar dad issues but as always, Cameron has to pull away because he has a girlfriend. It looks like it is getting harder and harder for him tot juggle these two paths that life has thrown his way.
The bombshells that I really want to bring up though is when young Cameron tells Kirsten that she has a sister named Ivy Brown and when Linus met his dad at the lawyers office. His dad is shocked to see him and things get even more confusing when his lawyer mentions a medical power of attorney. Who do you think might be in trouble in Linus’ family? Do you believe the big sister bombshell reveal?