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Because “The Affair” is not a show that takes a delicate approach to discussing or depicting sex, the simplest way to approach Season 3 of Showtime’s complex relationship drama is like this: Do you want to fuck Noah Soloway?
Because if the answer is no, you might struggle with the new season.
After bringing back the library, returning time to normal, defeating Lancelot (yes, the mythology is quite Arthurian), and saving Eve from her fate (Flynn doesn’t believe in fate) to die protecting a librarian, the group of librarians separate.
Jake, Cassandra, and Ezekiel would go their own way, “every day a new mystery,” fighting evil as a team, while Eve and Flynn would remain as Guardian and The Librarian going on their own date like adventures.
Something about them reminded me of the Doctor and Rose going on adventures together in the Tardis, and anything that reminds me of the Doctor and Rose can’t be bad in my book. For those of us longing for something a little more extraordinary, imagine discovering a crazy man who calls himself The Librarian (instead of The Doctor) who can take you on magical adventures, full of danger and excitement. For Eve, work used to be the only component of her life.
In fact, I kind of feel like his absence (as he searched for the missing library) helped the series. Yes, their first kiss in episode 2 came a little quickly (probably because the actor’s availability was limited), but by the season finale, I adored these two.It was always fun, but also bursting with a side of too much cheese.Nevertheless, I decided to stick around because the ideas were really good.The dialogue improved (especially regarding some great one-liners), the characters were more richly developed, and the mythology research (the writers actually did some unlike another show that shall go unnamed) stayed true to the show’s title.But aside from all that, I really found myself rooting for the romantic development between Flynn Carsen and Eve Baird.