Ok so I'm sure we all saw the new episode Safe Passage.
So we all know that Diane murdered Henry and Catherine's infant twin daughters by purposely opening the windows and exposing them to the cold air....all because she was jealous that Henry was still sleeping with his wife!
My questions are:
- Do you think that Catherine was justified in murdering Diane? Why or why not?
- Did you expect Bash's maniac reaction? Was it appropriate given the circumstances? Why or why not?
Personally, I think that Catherine was justified 250% in killing Diane. I mean, Diane was nonchalant, didn't care, had no remorse, and admitted that she wanted Henry and Catherine to suffer; then made them do so by taking the lives of their babies.