"They own the FBI" is the message Mr. Robot leaves Elliot on the mirror which kickstarts Elliot's journey in this episode. After last week's guilt tripped journey with Trenton's brother culminating in Elliot finding meaning again in his life, Elliot finds some information read by Mr. Robot the night before: Trenton's e-mail and Tyrell's surprising release from the FBI.
On Tuesday, fans and allies everywhere celebrated the Umbrella Academy star's announcement that he is transgender (using the pronouns he/him and they/them). In a post shared to their social media accounts, Page wrote: "Hi friends, I want to share with you that I am trans, my pronouns are he/they and my name is Elliot. I feel lucky to be writing this. To have arrived at this place in my life. I feel overwhelming gratitude for the incredible people who have supported me along this journey."
Winx is "loving and caring that's enough to make you cry," Patrol Officer Timothy Elliot, the dog's new owner, said. A pit bull that was shot in the face and found covered in bleach in May was officially adopted this week by the same patrol officer who rescued him. On May 9, Timothy Elliott, a patrol officer with the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department, fielded a call about an injured dog that had wandered into a local post office. Winx was found "lying in a pool of blood," Elliot said. This image was taken the same day he was found.
Season 7 of "Pretty Little Liars" is off to a dark start. From Hanna's (Ashley Benson) abduction, to Alison's (Sasha Pieterse) hospital stay from hell, A.D. just keeps striking. And unfortunately, things don't get any better this week. Alison's finally ready to fight back against her psycho husband, Elliot (Huw Collins). When he enters the room Alison attacks him from behind.
What started out as a continuation of the previous episode ended with a big surprise, albeit one that has been predicted by some fans online. Edward (Christian Slater) tried to get to the same point. Elliot has been asking the image of his dead father on his head to let him know what happened the night he executed the hack on E Corp for a while now, and in the last episode, he finally budged. After asking whether he did it – "it" pertaining to killing Tyrell Wellick (Martin Wallstrom) – Edward finally gave him what he wanted. Finding out that he did kill Tyrell was not enough, so Elliot asked how he did it.