Well there's nothing like a suspect believing he is no longer a suspect. That's what Amanda told Eric once they found out Detective Cornell asked a judge to extend a restraining order filed on the creepy ex-girlfriend (Tina Sawyer) who allegedly lied about Eric being abusive toward her. I think this is a set-up by Cornell. IF she still thinks he killed Kate, she's trying to make Eric feel comfortable so he'll let his guard down and slip up.
And where is this kid Liam (Or whoever he is since his real name isn't Liam)? Have they showed a clear picture of him at all, besides the grainy video Eric was looking at on the laptop? Eric was able to get a license plate number from that video, but I didn't pay attention to it. So I don't know if it matches the license plate number Mr. Dorsey (the homeless guy) told Cornell about.
So scary a** gun wielding Danny isn't looking for "Liam", he's looking for some girl named Carly who was at the office party the night Kate died. Kate sent him (Danny) a photo from the phone the homeless guy found.
We finally see Eric, Amanda & Patrick's mother. She's in a coma and John visits with her once a week. She has been in a care facility since a drunken fall many years ago. She looks so much older than I thought she would look and Eric seemed extremely nervous being in her hospital room.
I don't understand why John told Eric not to go to the police with what he found out about Liam lying about his true identity (possibly Kate's son) and opening up credit card accounts using the name of several company investors. Eric thinks Liam could have had something to do with Kate's death which would further his claims of not killing her yet his father tells him not to say anything. That's really shady of John in my opinion.
So who is Carly and why is Danny looking for her? Is Liam hiding her?
Why did Kate send that photo of Carly at the office party to Danny?
What is Neil's connection to Danny?
Where is Patrick's wife Melanie? I don't think I've seen here since the first episode.
Another good episode and still so many questions.