[S2E4] Gloves Off
Late in the evening, Mike enters his house. Pained, he stiffly makes his way to the kitchen, pulling a bag of frozen vegetables out of the freezer and pressing it to his face. As he slumps into a chair, he lowers the bag: his eye is swollen shut and his face has been violently beaten. Mike reaches into his pocket and pulls out a silver necklace of a pair of boxing gloves.
[S2E4] Gloves Off
The knife used on Kevin turns out to be the same one in the Fry stabbing. Jack says it's a German bayonet from the war, and Fisher notes it has a possum carved on it. Tom's father's name was Wallet, which means "possum" in Yolŋu. Collins confirms that Tom referred to his late father as "Possum Derrimut." Collins tracks Tom to the boxing ring, about to fight a Woolpacker challenger. Bert and Cec see Freckles filling the gloves with lead. Mrs. Arthur is hysterical Tom will be killed, and Fisher demands the fight be stooped. Collins finally jumps in, saying he'll finish instead, and knocks the challenger. But before they can take Tom away, the boy runs up, demanding to confess.
As Syd continues to develop, she enters a punk phase and walks onto the set of Vinyl, I mean into a dance club. Without her gloves or a care in the world, Syd dances the night away as she bumps with everyone near her. Her powers do manifest, yes, but she keeps on dancing.
While Mr. Wheeler talks, Ryan has passed around a picture of the view from Fletcher's window, caught for a moment on the webcam. He hits pay dirt; one of the uniforms recognizes the building, at 79th and Amsterdam. At the apartment, they find a makeshift sound stage for Fletcher's "Arctic reports". The door was unlocked, so either Fletcher had left it unlocked or the killer had a key. They approach the body, Castle putting on his gloves and admiring his hands of blue. Fletcher was shot once with a large-caliber bullet that pretty much eradicated his face. Did his killer hate him that much? Also in the apartment: a box of passports and IDs-- "Fletcher" was probably running several cons at once.
From leather moto jackets to knit opera gloves, Hadid truly wore it all yesterday, with the help of stylist Elizabeth Sulcer. The model was first spotted at Good Morning America in a refined Valentino ensemble including a gray short-sleeved sweater top, embellished floral skirt, and knit elbow-length gloves to match (turns out, opera gloves can be casual). For a photo op in Times Square, she then changed into a vampier all-black look, involving a bomber jacket and latex leggings. The pieces were from Saint Laurent, Mugler, and The Frankie Shop. 041b061a72