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WILL TRENT S1E8 TWO HUNDRED DOLLARS AND A BUS PASS 😊 

WILL TRENT led audiences back into his history once again. Growing up within the system leaves many emotional scars. Some you see quite vividly, and others push you forward on your life’s journey. 

Ramon Rodriguez knows precisely how to play WILL TRENT this week as he is now talking to the Homicide victim. He sees her so clearly and promises her, “she is seen. She is known and will be remembered.” There is tremendous pressure to get this case solved. It was sweet and touching. Always great to allow a man’s vulnerable side to be exposed. 

It was also wonderful to witness the softer side of Faith (Iantha Richardson). She appeared more human as she stammered while chatting with a man interested in dating her. Talk about TMI. Sheesh. Hope there is more there in the future.  

WILL TRENT, as always is sharp and quick-witted. Keep pulling those underlying layers back of the ensemble. It just makes viewers want more.

It is available to stream on ABC. 

Esta Rosevear

Esta Rosevear has been a Theatre Arts teacher and director for 35+ years, published Children’s author of the Rebecca series, and is passionate about playing her violin, walking, gardening, and reading murder mysteries.

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