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Mad Dog: Episode 11

The Mad Dog team has been slow to warm to Min-joon and they finally seem ready to accept him into the fold, but is he ready? Caring about people is risky and it can cloud one’s judgment, which may be something our good guys can’t afford. Faced with a cold and calculating pack, our team has an uphill battle ahead, but if they can count on one thing, it’s that their opponents can’t decide who’s in charge.

 
EPISODE 11: “Help me”

Hyun-gi offers to take down the dogs that have been plaguing Chairman Cha and he allows it over Hong-joo’s objections. When Chairman Cha leaves them alone, Hyun-gi asks Hong-joo to help him.

Min-joon looks as if he regrets his offer to treat the team to a meal when Soon-jung orders lots of meat. Ha-ri offers to pay the bill, but Min-joon reminds her about the overdue rent.

Ha-ri tells Min-joon to deduct the rent from their deposit. When he calls them beggar dogs, the team shares a fist bump and yells out, “That’s why we’re Mad Dog,” and then they sweetly wait for Min-joon to join in. Min-joon worries when Ha-ri fills a large glass with soju and asks, “What if she dies?” The question troubles Noo-ri and Kang-woo notices the change in his mood.

Kang-woo follows Noo-ri to a nearby convenience store to find out what’s bothering him. Noo-ri admits, “My father is about to make a move.”

At closing time, Soon-jung manages to stagger off and leaves Ha-ri alone to help a very drunk Min-joon to his apartment. Once inside, Ha-ri explains to Min-joon that he can get some sleep now that he’s home. In his alcohol-induced fog, Min-joon asks, “Are we sleeping together?” but Ha-ri makes it clear that he’ll sleep alone.

Min-joon falls down on the floor and pulls Ha-ri down with him. When Ha-ri complains that she’s hurt, Min-joon groggily insists, “I can’t let you get hurt.” Min-joon repeats her name until he falls asleep holding her hand, and Ha-ri looks unnerved by his closeness.

The morning sun rouses Min-joon, who is startled to find someone in his bed, covered by a blanket. Min-joon remembers asking Ha-ri if they were going to sleep together but notes that he’s fully clothed. He slowly pulls down the blanket… to discover Soon-jung in his bed instead.

He yells in German, horrified, and tries to kick him off. Later when they arrive at Mad Dog together, Ha-ri asks if they had fun.

Soon-jung asks after Noo-ri and learns that he’s taking time off for family reasons. It’s news to Soon-jung that Noo-ri has family but everyone’s distracted when Min-joon gets an alert.

The team watches as Hong-joo holds a press conference to apologize for Taeyang’s delay to pay their customers’ claims. Hong-joo ends the press conference with a deep bow as the cameras flash around her.

Once Hong-joo returns to her office, Hyun-gi calls to ask, “How did it feel to bow down? Isn’t it better to take care of things with money?” Before he hangs up, Hyun-gi tells Hong-joo that he prepared a gift to cheer her up.

Hyun-gi returns to his meal with Chief Prosecutor Ohn and marvels that someone like him could have a son like Noo-ri. It’s not long before Noo-ri is surrounded by his father’s men as we hear Hyun-gi tell Chief Prosecutor Ohn, “I need to give someone a gift. So you should start catching the dog.”

When Kang-woo gets a text from Noo-ri that he was just caught, he quickly explains to the rest of the team that prosecutors will arrive any minute. Kang-woo reveals that Chief Prosecutor Ohn is Noo-ri’s father and then instructs the team to testify that he acted alone. On cue, prosecutors show up to arrest Kang-woo and bring the team in for questioning.

Chief Prosecutor Ohn enters the car where Noo-ri was detained and slaps his son. He’s infuriated that while his daughter passed her law school exams, Noo-ri ruins everything at the most critical time.

When Noo-ri tries to call him “Father,” Chief Prosecutor Ohn angrily reminds him, “I told you. You aren’t a member of my family.” He instructs his men to place Noo-ri somewhere with no internet. Noo-ri numbly rubs his face as his father’s men demand his cell phone and then toss it out of the car as they drive away.

A prosecutor questions Kang-woo and links him to the civil complaints that flooded the Financial Supervisory Service over Taeyang’s unpaid claims. Kang-woo confesses that he accomplished everything on his own.

When questioned, Ha-ri insists that she didn’t help Kang-woo. Soon-jung tells the prosecutor that with his record, it would be foolish to do anything that would send him back to jail. Min-joon speaks, and even sings, in nothing but German.

Chief Prosecutor Ohn decides to meet with Kang-woo alone and once he turns off the video camera, Kang-woo greets him by name. Kang-woo admits that he confessed to all of the charges to protect his team and asks, “Tell me why you didn’t arrest everyone on my team.” Chief Prosecutor Ohn confides that he’s tired of Taeyang and JH Group and asks Kang-woo if he can help him.

Chairman Cha complains to Lawyer Lee about Kang-woo’s immediate release, certain that Hyun-gi angered Chief Prosecutor Ohn because he doesn’t understand the importance of family. He may be right, because Hyun-gi’s call to Chief Prosecutor Ohn goes unanswered. Hyun-gi angrily scrolls through his photos of the Mad Dog team until he settles on Ha-ri.

Soon-jung and Min-joon return to the ransacked office with Kang-woo. Kang-woo explains how Chief Prosecutor Ohn acted out of character when he warned Noo-ri about the impending arrest. A flashback to the convenience store shows that Noo-ri apologized for getting Mad Dog mixed up with his father, but Kang-woo theorized that it was because Chief Prosecutor Ohn was after something. He assured Noo-ri that they could all take care of themselves and urged him to get away.

Noo-ri suggested that he should get caught to pacify his father in spite of Kang-woo’s concern. Noo-ri reminded Kang-woo, “I’m not alone anymore. Please tell Cheetah to find me no matter what.”

In the present, Soon-jung complains that Noo-ri never confided in him about his father. Min-joon asks Kang-woo what Chief Prosecutor Ohn is after and learns that he wants something that won’t let Taeyang and JH Group have influence over him.

When Kang-woo admits that he already gave Chief Prosecutor Ohn something against Taeyang, Min-joon realizes that he’s talking about Beom-joon’s original insurance policy. We see more of Kang-woo’s meeting with Chief Prosecutor Ohn, who explained that Hyun-gi was after something that he hoped the prosecutors would find.

Kang-woo revealed the existence of the original insurance policy and the chief prosecutor realized that it was changed to make the accident look like a suicide crash. Kang-woo produced a hidden USB as he explained that the policy wouldn’t be found anywhere.

Kang-woo then explained that the evidence that Chief Prosecutor Ohn needed against JH Group was in Chairman Cha’s possession, the original black box recording from Flight 801. Chief Prosecutor Ohn suggested, “Then you should go get it.”

Kang-woo wanted to know what Chief Prosecutor Ohn would do with the black box and was told that he planned to reinvestigate the crash of Flight 801. Back in the present, Kang-woo suggests that he can get Hong-joo to surrender the black box to him.

Min-joon asks about Ha-ri’s whereabouts and we see that she’s uncharacteristically nervous as she meets with Hyun-gi. He asks for her help and when Ha-ri asks why she would cooperate, Hyun-gi reminds her that his housekeeper can testify that she and Min-joon entered his house illegally. He notes how bad it would look for Min-joon if that news was made public and when Min-joon calls, Ha-ri ignores her phone.

Frantic with worry, Min-joon confronts Kang-woo about Ha-ri’s meeting with Hyun-gi. Kang-woo reminds Min-joon that he’s the one who urged him to trust Ha-ri, but Min-joon protests, “Don’t you know what kind of person Joo Hyun-gi is?” Min-joon announces that he’s going after Ha-ri as he leaves the office.

As he leaves, Hyun-gi thanks Ha-ri for her help in advance. Min-joon pulls up with a screeching halt and confronts Ha-ri about her meeting with Hyun-gi, shouting, “How could you walk right in and offer yourself up to get eaten?!” He says she shouldn’t get involved with Hyun-gi, but Ha-ri yells right back that they shouldn’t have gotten involved with Min-joon when he proposed the bet to take over Mad Dog.

Angry, Ha-ri barks at Min-joon, “Don’t try to be considerate now. You’re the one who offered us up to them.” Stung by Ha-ri’s words, Min-joon stands frozen as she drives away. Across the street, Hyun-gi watches from his car and asks Secretary Han if emotions are a weakness.

Chief Prosecutor Ohn meets with Hyun-gi and confides that he has a copy of Beom-joon’s original insurance policy, which confirms what Ha-ri and Min-joon saw in his house. When Chief Prosecutor Ohn suggests that the evidence could ruin Hyun-gi’s career, Hyun-gi notes that Chief Prosecutor Ohn will run the country one day and shouldn’t bother with trivial matters.

Chief Prosecutor Ohn counsels Hyun-gi to settle the succession of JH Group as soon as possible but Hyun-gi argues that that’s how Taeyang became entangled with his company in the first place. In order to ensure that JH Group isn’t at risk of a special investigation, Hyun-gi serves Chief Prosecutor Ohn some food along with a veiled warning, “You need to stay healthy to protect Korea and your son for a long time.”

Ha-ri reports that Hyun-gi asked Mad Dog to find Noo-ri and help him escape. When Ha-ri suggests that it might be better if they didn’t look for him, Soon-jung reminds her, “Pentium is waiting for us. No, he’s waiting for me.”

Ha-ri worries that something could happen to Noo-ri and that it would be their fault. Soon-jung delivers an impassioned argument that family members don’t blame each other and asks, “Aren’t we a family?” Min-joon overhears the exchange from his spot by the door but when Kang-woo sees him, Min-joon slips out and motions for him not to say that he was there.

In a hospital, Noo-ri asks a nurse for his hat to protect him from the sun. Once outside, Noo-ri activates a hidden tracker inside the hat so that Soon-jung can find him.

Soon-jung detects the tracker and informs Ha-ri that Kang-woo wants Min-joon to accompany them. In the car, Min-joon explains that there’s a mental hospital in the vicinity of the tracker and Soon-jung grumbles about a father who could lock up his son.

Soon-jung picks up on the silence between Ha-ri and Min-joon and announces the need for a nap. He instructs Min-joon to keep Ha-ri awake, so he offers her some juice but she rejects it.

When Ha-ri has to avoid another car abruptly, some juice spills on Min-joon and he’s surprised when she apologizes in German. Ha-ri offers some tissues from the glove compartment but remembers too late that Min-joon’s handkerchief is still in there.

Ha-ri slams the compartment shut and explains that Min-joon can’t have the handkerchief back because it needs to be washed, but she’s been too busy to do laundry. When Min-joon scoots away from her like she has cooties, Ha-ri insists that the clothes that she’s wearing are clean and Soon-jung smiles to himself as they bicker.

Manager Park has to get Hong-joo’s approval on some claims, which gives her a chance to ask if he’s upset about his demotion. Manager Park assures her that he’ll remain with Taeyang to process legitimate claims and prevent fraudulent ones because, “That’s my job, and that’s what an insurance company does.” Once Manager park leaves, Hong-joo’s thoughts are interrupted by a call from Kang-woo.

When she meets Kang-woo, Hong-joo admits that he came around faster than she thought. Kang-woo wonders if she’s disappointed with him but Hong-joo wonders if they’re close enough to feel disappointed anymore. Kang-woo says it isn’t that simple because she was family to him, clearly striking a nerve with her.

Hong-joo refuses to talk about the past and stands to leave, until Kang-woo asks if the crash of Flight 801 was caused by a problem with the plane, and her face goes pale. Kang-woo wants to know if the black box would prove that the plane was faulty and unable to communicate with the control tower.

He expresses his confidence that Hong-joo was unaware of any problems with the airline’s planes because she would never renew insurance or allow his wife and son to board a defective plane. Hong-joo blurts out that she didn’t know anything but can’t seem to look Kang-woo in the eye.

When Hong-joo asks what Kang-woo hopes to accomplish, he confesses that he’s after Hyun-gi. Hong-joo warns that Hyun-gi can’t be caught but Kang-woo clarifies that he can’t be caught by Hong-joo and Chairman Cha because their companies are joined.

Kang-woo offers to retrieve the original insurance policy and have it discredited by Min-joon as a fake, but only if Hong-joo gives him the black box. Kang-woo promises that he’ll use it to prove that the airline alone was responsible for the crash caused by a faulty airplane.

Noo-ri isn’t happy to see a former high school classmate among the hospital’s patients. The bully, Kim Sang-min, is happy that Noo-ri is around to keep him from getting bored and knocks his hat to the ground for fun. He plops down next to Noo-ri and assumes that he’s here to get exempt from army duty as well, and points out the healthy young men playing basketball and identifies which wealthy families they’re from.

Thanks to a recommendation from Nurse Oh, who was his teacher in nursing school, Soon-jung gets a job at Noo-ri’s hospital, though he has to sign a confidentiality agreement before they’ll hire him. Soon-jung reports to the team that he suspects fraud, before he’s forced to leave his phone in his locker. He quickly taps into the phone, and on the other end, Ha-ri mutters, “Tap tap, tap. Two, one. 9 P.M.,” and then calls Manager Park to report fraud and request a raid at the hospital before 9 P.M.

Ha-ri produces clothes to change into so that she and Min-joon can join the raid. When he doesn’t immediately turn around, Ha-ri teases, “Do you want to watch?” and then orders Min-joon to turn around while she changes in the backseat, and he uses the suit she handed him to block the window.

During Soon-jung’s rounds, he finds Noo-ri surrounded by bully Sang-min and some friends. Soon-jung makes eye contact and holds up two fingers and then one before he slips out of sight, and Noo-ri snaps to attention.

When bully Sang-min smacks Noo-ri’s hat again, he’s told not to touch it but he argues that it’s nothing between “friends.” When he does it again and laughs, Soon-jung mutters, “Punk.”

Hong-joo gazes out her office window as she recalls Kang-woo’s offer. She calls her father’s secretary and learns that Chairman Cha is in a meeting with Hyun-gi.

Hyung-gi confirms that he postponed the shareholders’ meeting until things calm down. Hyun-gi brings up the 10 billion won that Chairman Cha raided from the unpaid claims and reminds him that Chief Prosecutor Ohn is still a problem. Hyun-gi offers to deal with him before the succession deal proceeds.

Hong-joo interrupts to suggest that her father should go home, but first she sends Hyun-gi away. Once they’re alone, Hong-joo asks her father to stop trying to take JH Group too and assures him that Taeyang Insurance is enough, but he refuses to listen.

Manager Park meets with Ha-ri and Min-joon before the raid to say that he looked into the hospital, and all of the patients are males in their twenties and thirties. Manager Park and Ha-ri have to explain to Min-joon, who is a German citizen, that the hospital helps the sons of wealthy families avoid their mandatory military service.

To Manager Park’s dismay, Ha-ri and Min-joon pose as claims examiners when they accompany him into the hospital. Manager Park demands to see the director and before they can be escorted out, an alarm goes off just minutes after 9 P.M. A panicked nurse reports a schizophrenic patient with a weapon and Ha-ri calls the police about the incident.

The trio finds Soon-jung trying to calm Noo-ri, who has a scalpel pointed at bully Sang-min’s neck. Soon-jung explains that he just went crazy while Noo-ri screams to Sang-min, “I told you not to touch my cap!”

Min-joon sees a smoke alarm and gets an idea. He takes Manager Park’s lighter and runs down the hall where he finds a room with a table. He stands on it to get close enough to a smoke alarm to trigger it with the lighter.

Ha-ri whispers to Soon-jung that they’re ready and as soon as the fire alarm sounds, he calls for an evacuation. Soon-jung tosses clothes to a wild looking Noo-ri and growls at bully Sang-min to leave him alone. Noo-ri snaps out of it and seems stunned to see his friends there.

Outside, Manager Park explains to the police that he visited the hospital because of a tip that it provides patients with illegal military exemptions. When Manager Park sees the team leave safely with Noo-ri, he invites the police inside.

As the team walks away from the hospital, Soon-jung jokes that Noo-ri should see a psychiatrist. But he smiles sadly when Noo-ri explains that he’s been evaluated every time he was hospitalized and has been diagnosed with schizophrenia, a delusional disorder, and a personality disorder.

Bully Sang-min suddenly comes after Noo-ri to get payback. Soon-jung steps forward angrily but Ha-ri holds him back and asks, “Do you want to go to prison again?” But when she steps forward, Min-joon holds her back and makes sure that the bully isn’t Noo-ri’s friend before he approaches him.

Min-joon calls himself Noo-ri’s friend and then knocks Sang-min down with a punch. He immediately clutches his hand in pain as the team oohs but Ha-ri warns, “Don’t be a crybaby, and let’s leave before he stands back up.” As they get in the car, Noo-ri smiles at Min-joon.

Hong-joo meets Kang-woo to hand over the black box with the understanding that he’ll leave Taeyang alone. When Kang-woo assures her that he has no interest in Taeyang, Hong-joo releases the black box.

On the drive home, Chairman Cha is bothered by Hong-joo’s confrontation and checks to see if anyone entered his office. When he learns that Hong-joo was there, he returns to Taeyang and confirms his suspicion—Hong-joo took the black box.

While he copies the black box recording in his car, Kang-woo asks the team to track Hyun-gi’s phone. Min-joon can’t help but wonder why Kang-woo wants Hyun-gi’s location.

Hong-joo is about to leave the restaurant where she met Kang-woo when she gets a call from her father. Chairman Cha yells at her for ruining his plan, but Hong-joo assures him that Taeyang will be safe. When she mentions Kang-woo, Chairman Cha calls his daughter stupid for allowing herself to be fooled and insists, “It means he fears nothing!”

Hong-joo calls Kang-woo to warn that her father knows about the black box and becomes alarmed when Kang-woo admits that he’s on his way to see Hyun-gi. After they hang up, Kang-woo wordlessly takes a seat next to Hyun-gi in the hotel bar.

Chairman Cha immediately calls Lawyer Lee from the greenhouse and says, “You have a job to do.”

Ha-ri and Min-joon are alone in the neighborhood restaurant and he wonders why Soon-jung and Noo-ri haven’t joined them. He looks pleased when Ha-ri places some meat in his bowl but he can’t eat it because his hand still hurts.

Min-joon stares at Ha-ri as she applies some ice to his hand and utters, “How pretty.” Flustered, Min-joon claims that he was talking about Ha-ri’s necklace as he takes the ice from her. He suddenly announces a craving for coffee and leaves to get some for them.

Upstairs, Noo-ri complains that he’s hungry but Soon-jung explains that they’ll eat when Kang-woo arrives, to allow Ha-ri and Min-joon some time alone. Noo-ri glances out the window and sees Min-joon walking out.

Kang-woo has spent the last thirty minutes watching Hyun-gi drink. Hyun-gi calls it a waste of time and Kang-woo finally speaks up in quiet fury to say that he should remember the victims of Flight 801 and one person who wasted two years.

Hyun-gi claims that he doesn’t understand, so Kang-woo takes out his phone and plays the black box recording. Beom-joon can clearly be heard trying to communicate with the control tower on Jeju Island before the plane crashed. Hyun-gi asks Kang-woo where he got the recording just as Hong-joo shows up.

Kang-woo promises to be in touch but before he leaves, he leans close to Hyun-gi’s ear to warn, “If you touch my people again, I will kill you.” Before he walks away, Kang-woo faces Hong-joo but says nothing.

Chairman Cha sits in his massage chair and breathes, “Kang-woo. I warned you. You don’t mess with family.”

On his way back to the restaurant with the promised coffee, Min-joon is startled by a figure in a hooded jacket. It’s Noo-ri, who set out to spook Min-joon and teases that he scares easily.

Min-joon objects when Noo-ri speaks to him casually and rejects his offer to do the same with the argument, “I heard that you’re only supposed to speak casually with friends.” Noo-ri explains, “That’s why I’m asking you to speak casually. You never know. I might end up calling you Hyung.” Min-joon contains his surprise and answers, “I’ll think about it.”

Noo-ri smiles at Min-joon’s retreating figure… and then he sees a dark figure approach Min-joon. It’s Lawyer Lee.

When Lawyer Lee pulls a scarf from his pocket, Noo-ri recognizes it from Min-joon’s earlier attack, but this time, the scarf hides a knife underneath.

Noo-ri screams out in a panic, “Hyung!” as he runs to Min-joon’s side. He jumps between them… and the knife that was meant for Min-joon is plunged into Noo-ri’s chest. Min-joon’s eyes widen when Noo-ri holds up a hand covered with blood, and when he falls to the ground, Min-joon realizes that Noo-ri was stabbed.

At the restaurant, Ha-ri wonders what’s taking Min-joon so long when he calls, but he’s sobbing so hard that all he can manage to choke out is, “Help me!” Min-joon cradles Noo-ri as he tries to stop the heavy bleeding. While Noo-ri gasps for air, a helpless Min-joon screams for help.

 
COMMENTS

The entire episode lays the groundwork for that heartbreaking cliffhanger. Min-joon finally takes a baby step into Mad Dog’s circle only to have his heart crushed by fear and guilt, a terrible thing for anyone, but especially for someone with abandonment issues. Min-joon is so ill-equipped to handle another loss, so I’m keeping my fingers crossed that Noo-ri will survive to call Min-joon “Hyung” another day. I have to recognize Woo Do-hwan’s incredible skill in that final scene, it was so well done. He conveyed the panic and fear that consumed Min-joon in that moment with such intensity, a far cry from his typically cool and mocking persona. That final scene makes it hard to remember Min-joon’s emotional distance, and effectively strikes a tragic contrast to his happier emotions as he found himself treated like one of the Mad Dog team.

Min-joon and Ha-ri continue to keep each other at arm’s length, even as their thoughts and hearts are focused on each other more and more. Min-joon worries about Ha-ri constantly, which seems like a foreign concept for him because he doesn’t know how to manage it. Add to that Min-joon’s offer to buy the team dinner and his willingness to punch that bully as Noo-ri’s friend—it was a huge episode for Min-joon in so many ways, but now we’ll have to see if he retreats emotionally in the aftermath of Noo-ri’s crisis.

I confess that at this point in the drama, I’m seriously confused about who exactly is running the JH Group/Taeyang show and I’m going to blame that on the intricate writing and the actors’ performances. I’ve seen Choi Won-young in several roles at this point and I’m really impressed with his portrayal of Hyun-gi. He’s created a very complicated character who is a mystery. Is Hyun-gi really in league with Chief Prosecutor Ohn? Has he joined forces with Hong-joo now? What about Chairman Cha? They’re allies one moment and then they’re not. This group crosses and double crosses each other and then they do it again. It’s both fun and confusing, but I’m ready for everything to make sense and for people to pay for their crimes.

My guess is that Hong-joo is key to what’s really going on and how this alliance will topple, but she’s mostly invisible so no one pays attention to her. Except Kang-woo. He’s the only one who’s able to play Hong-joo somehow, even as she’s playing him. Maybe I’m wrong and she’s sincerely trying to save Taeyang and her father, but what was her answer when Hyun-gi asked her to help him at the beginning of the episode? When Hong-joo learned that Kang-woo was headed straight for Hyun-gi after she gave him the black box, she showed up at the bar where Kang-woo found him. How did she know Hyun-gi was there? I know Kang-woo offered to leave Taeyang alone because of what Hong-joo once meant to his family, but I also think that he’s fully prepared to let her suffer the consequences of her choices. Faced with a Mad Dog, Hong-joo needs to think very carefully before she crosses him.

 
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I HAVE A QUESTION! Am I right in assuming that during that *threaten la bully with a knife* scene Noo Ri actually was in another headspace, and that he does have said mentioned mental illnesses? And if so... why was that just brushed over so quickly!??!?!
I feel like there's more to his story than just what we got and I'm a little disappointed that's all we got... :(
Like really... I'm sure you have more written down somewhere for him writer-nim... why aren't we getting it?

*Still 100% aboard this bickering Min JoonXHa Ri ship, for better or for worse I don't know yet*

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I feel like he was just so furious and had a build up of anger against this bully for years, that all that bottled up anger came out all at once and he was seeing red and completely out of it. I don't know how much any mental illness had to play with that, or if it did at all. I don't think it was a cause of mental illness, just that he was so furious with rage he momentarily forgot where or who he was and was acting purely out of rage.

As for the mental illnesses, i think those diagnoses might have been fake diagnoses doctors gave him to keep him in mental hospitals bc this wasn't the first time his father has hidden him in one. This is just my guess based on what's been told to us.

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Hmmm ok. That seems a likely explanation... the show just didn't do a particularly good job of telling us that? I thought perhaps they'd planned his attack of the bully to help get him out, like he was deliberately causing a scene? But then he looked shocked to see Cheetah so I got confused.

Your explanation of mental illness thing makes more sense, I was throwing round the idea of him actually having something, but then couldn't work out why no one was taking it as seriously as I was so I basically confused myself again and settled with "Ask on the recap".

Thank you for answering my burning question hehe

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For me, in that scene i thought the same as you first, but the reactions of all the Mad Dog members and Cheetah saying "I didn't give him the scalpel to do that" told me that no their plan was something else but Pentium lost control.

I have no ideal whether he actually has a mental illness or not and I don't think as viewers we're supposed to know. He might for all we know bc it seems like he suffered quite a bit of abuse growing up, but we don't know. And since it's not as relevant to the story right now, I'm okay with only knowing as much as we know about Pentium's childhood and the abuse he was exposed to from his family and the bullies. That also tells us how important and special Mad Dog is to him.

Yeah I know this show can get confusing 😂 It leaves a lot to the viewers to follow and understand. Many times I need to watch a scene more than once to fully understand it hahaha

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I don't think that he did it, with the intention to hurt the guy. I think he took matters into his own hands, and created a distraction, so the police could be called down there. If you notice once the plan is enacted, he drops the knife, and almost looks afraid of the person he was acting as. I don't think he lost control, I think he was hoping for someone to call the cops on him.

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@itsmyobsession- glad I'm not the only who was scratching my head for a bit haha!
I don't think we're supposed to know either really. I guess, the biggest thing I'd like to know is how Kangwoo came to recruit him and why he's so wholly on Kangwoo's side.

@katy I actually like that theory- alas, I don't think we have enough information to know for sure.

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“Many times I need to watch a scene more than once to fully understand it.”

Same here. 😆

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I have the same question ! But after watching the scene a couple of times, I'm convinced that Noo-ri was, in fact, in another headspace.

Then another question popped out. It seemed to me that Cheetah and Ha-ri knew this, that's why Cheetah yelled at the top of his lung when Ha-ri gave him the signal to snap Noo-ri out of it.

I also want to know more about his back story. Please give us more Pentium.

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I was super confused as well. I really hope it's just that the doctors gave him a false diagnosis as reason for him to be stuck there, but then why is it his dad's go-to place for locking him up in the first place? Why not a highly secured room in the house or something? It could potentially reflect poorly on him as a politician if people knew his son was in and out of mental wards (which is sad, but nonetheless true in a lot of countries), so why risk that if he didn't have any illnesses? Also, this was a hospital filled with people faking it and the staff KNEW this, but when Noo Ri was threatening the bully, the nurse ran and yelled "a scizophrenic has got a weapon". If the staff all knew that most people there were faking it, why would she mention the disorder? And then when Noo Ri said he had scizophrenia and histrionic personality disorder, he said "that's the kind of person I am", which again made me think it was true? But then we have seen literally no signs of any kind of mental illness even though those are pretty big diagnoses to have (and him and Cheetah have been LIVING together, not just working, so it would be odd if he didn't know) and if the show ends up portraying mental illness that lazily then it and I may just have a problem *does the finger-eye-thingy at Show*

(I just looked up histrionic personality disorder and it sounds nothing like Noo Ri at all. So either the writer didn't do their research or it really was just fake.)

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*I may just have a problem with it too*
I also get the feeling that we might never actually find out for sure and we'll just have to keep hypothesizing... the writing is decent, but not THAT smart... would they actually have a plan for this, and if they do, do they have time to reveal it, or will it just get cast aside in light of the fact that we only have 4 hrs to go.... hmmm

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Yeah probably... I'm kinda annoyed that they just threw this out there with so little time left and Noo Ri ending up stabbed in this ep aka no serious talk between him and the members as I was hoping for *sigh*
I wish we'd gotten to see more of Noo Ri and Cheetah's pasts, even Min Joon's past seems a bit missing. Flashbacks can get too much, but they're good for the occasional look into a character's past and thus motiviations and feelings and we barely get that here. I'm also wondering what happened to make Ha Ri leave a secure job like Taeyang? I don't feel like they've explained that very well.

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I somehow believe that Hong Joo is going to be the true key in the end to either take down both Taeyang/JH or to destroy Kang Woo and Mad Dog. But I'm honestly so glad for the short yet much needed chemistry between Min Joon and Ha Ri to lighten up the atmosphere. Also I'm going to confess, when this show was touted as being similar to Task force 38, I was anticipating it to be about multiple scam cases and the Mad Dog team actually being in action and working as a team to solve the cases and cat h the bad guys. So far though majority of the show has been about the flight 801 which is fine but I wish we got to see more of the team dynamic

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Agreed, I also thought it would be like Task Force 38 with smaller cases where we can see the team executing plans every week.

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I live for Min Joon - Ha Ri interaction. I love how they always each other on their mind, but they still didn’t want to admit it.

Seriously tho, this is the first OTP on non-romantic genre who made me crazy. I watched their cuts over and over again, help! Just like Adele said, i’m rolling in the deep for them HA!

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Saaaame~ I even went so far as to create a chronological playlist with all their cute interactions on Youtube ;w;

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Omy gosh the amount of fan vids I've watched of those two... *which is like the same 5 minutes over and over again...* *I'm in so deep*

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please please please do and share the link.. i'd love to watch :D

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Here you go! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLCJrZdqcSFe8m96zUJ0LzPds1v-i245N3 (I hope linking in comments is allowed...)

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BLESS YOU

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It takes me 1.5-2 hours to watch each episode because I have to pause during their scenes to freak out. My heart can't take it and I literally have to walk it off.

I agree. I never had a pairing on a non-romantic show cause this much butterflies. I adore them.

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You are not alone! I watch their scenes three times before continuing watching an epsiode and then go back to watching their again scenes later. ^__^

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At this point I just hope to see the team all happy and rid of the dark burden of Flight 801. And more Hari x Minjoon moments, of course. Did anyone else notice Minjoon sniffing the suit Hari gave him to check if it was clean? LOL

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YES! I noticed that!! The cheeky blighter hahaha

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Luckily, it passed the sniff test. ;-)

LOL at Min-joon plastered up against the passenger door to get as far away from the cooties as he can. ;-)

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Episodes 11 and 12 had a lot of heart warming, touching moments. My favorite was when Noori called Minjoon "hyung" and risked his life for him.

And I have always wanted to hear Woo Dohwan sing. So Imagine my delight when he suddenly started singing while he was being interrogated. Haha. But I'm just curious, to those who can speak the German language, how is Dohwan's pronunciation?

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@kaybee has just started watching it and can speak German, and she says it often sounds like gibberish hahahahahaha
But it's ok, cos nobody else in the show knows that... :P

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Neither do us viewers. I am like “oh he’s good in German” everytime he speaks the language. 😂

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Yep, his pronunciation is pretty bad. I'm a native german speaker and every time he tries to bring a whole sentence out I'm cringing and can't really understand what he's saying. I have to listen to it at least three times to fully understand which words he's trying to say (Only with short sentences. When they're longer it's nearly impossible to understand just one word). Remember the scene where Do-hwan was an undercover german scientist to get into that lab? He hold a whole conversation in german with one of the scientists (who was actually as bad as Do-hwan if not more bad at the pronunciation) and i was like "o.O! Ok, just move on, pretend you didn't hear that." I've actually been pretty relieved when that case was over and there wasn't a second conversation between those two.

But he's actually quite good at saying "'Tschuldigung". I guess it's because he's saying it a lot so his pronunciation improves every time he uses it. I like that it's the slang version of the word. Because germans most of the time use this version instead of the longer and more formal "Entschuldigung" which is a lot more harder to pronunce. (Thinking about it made me realize that that word should be actually easy for koreans to say because you can split it in three parts and that makes it actually look like a korean word "Chul Di Gung". Languages are just fascinating aren't they?! ^^)

But even with this hard criticism I'm actually quite happy when i hear german in korean or asian dramas. The quality of the pronunciation doesn't even matter. I just feel happy anyway. You know it's like the feeling when you're mom made your favorite cake or meal on a normal day and that turns your day into a special one. You feel loved and your heart feels really warm <3. Yeah I have that kind of feeling whenever i hear german in asian dramas^^

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Vielen Dank, Ms. E!

My listening comprehension has gone to the dogs, so this non-native speaker of German has been wondering about Woo Do-hwan's Deutsch, too. Sometimes I can figure out what he's saying, especially when a Korean subtitle tips me off that German is being spoken -- otherwise I'd never have known. At other times I'm left scratching my head. Still, my hat is off to him. He's got enough dialogue to remember without having to pronounce a foreign language.

At one point I was wondering if I were hearing German satoori. I studied in Hamburg nearly 40 years ago, so my first thought was that maybe I was hearing Schwäbisch -- with a Korean accent. ;-)

Thanks for explaining why En was dropped from Entschuldigung. A colloquialism I hadn't encountered. (Not to mention that my German slang is antique.) I never expected watching Kdramas to help my German -- but DB and the Beanies come through again. ;-)

LOL at "Chul Di Gung"! I love it.

And yes! That conversation when Min-joon was pretending to be a scientist was painful. But a couple of episodes ago he was actually doing pretty well with short phrases.

What the heck was Min-joon crooning to the prosecutor? (He's got a lovely singing voice.)

Apropos of German in Kdramas, you might enjoy DER YALU FLIEßT / AMNOK RIVER FLOWS (2008). It is based on the autobiographical novel of the same name by Korean writer Li Mireuk (I Ui-gyeong) . Born in the twilight years of Joseon, his eventful life brought him to exile in Weimar Germany. I was interested to learn that his translations were an inspiration to the White Rose and other resistance groups.

Tschüß!

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Oh I didn't know about that movie thank you for telling me. I put it on my "to watch list" ^^

The song Min-joon was singing when the prosecutor interrogated him was "Zärtliche Liebe" or "Tender Love" by Ludwig van Beethoven. Here's a link, sung by Hermann Prey https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IcXnF5MT-0g It goes like this (Min-joon sings the first two lines):

Ich liebe dich, so wie du mich,
am Abend und am Morgen,
noch war kein Tag, wo du und ich
nicht teilten unsre Sorgen.

Auch waren sie für dich und mich
geteilt leicht zu ertragen;
du tröstetest im Kummer mich,
ich weint in deine Klagen.

Drum Gottes Segen über dir,
du, meines Lebens Freude.
Gott schütze dich, erhalt dich mir,
schütz und erhalt uns beide.

And now in english:

I love you as you love me,
in the evening and the morning,
nor was there a day when you and I
did not share our troubles.

And when we shared them
they became easier to bear;
you comforted me in my distress,
and I wept in your laments.

Therefore, may God's blessing be upon you,
You, my life's joy.
God protect you, keep you for me,
and protect and keep us both.

byebye^^

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@Ms. E,

I'm so glad to be able to share Li Mireuk's story with you. I found it on YouTube. Mister X of Written In The Heavens Subbing Squad (WITH S2) did the subtitles for episode 1, which I just rewatched. Alas, the film seems to be defective because the focus jumps around and wavers. I first watched it over a year ago, and with that copy, the sound was out of sync. I hope you can find a good one. ;-)

Thanks so much for identifying the song Min-joon sings to the prosecutor, and for supplying the lyrics & translation. It's a very apropos song for the Mad Dogs, but especially for Ha-ri. The boy is really smitten. As if we need further proof. ;-)

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That dialogue in the lab.... it took me a minute or so to even realize it was supposed to be German, my brain simply couldn't register it. I almost felt like they should be given praise for inventing a new language :P But hey, German is tough for non-native speakers and it's also very, very different from the softness of the Korean language.

The first time I heard him say "tschuldigung" I was actually pleasantly surprised and hoping it would stay that good lol, but I guess that was pretty utopian. And yes, happy to hear them use the slang instead of the full word! I was slightly bothered by its use when he was saying sorry to Hari for something, but it was back when he was still being super snarky, so it might have been on purpose to make him seem rude lol.

WDH is improving ever so slightly though, he's saying his German lines slower now, but at least you can hear he's making a lot of effort to pronounce the words correctly and I've been able to make out words here and there in the past few eps, as opposed to in the beginning where nothing over a two-word line made any sort of sense hehe :)

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*waves to kaybee*

Long time no see! Welcome to the Mad Doggers. ;-)

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Softness of Korean language? I never thought of Korean as being a soft-spoken language... how interesting...

@Pikalanapikake
"The Aprok river flows on" is a lovely, poetically written autobiography. I read it in Korean but I wonder if it was originally written in German?

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*waves back at Pakalana* Hi! ^^

Yeah, it's been quite a while since I commented on recaps or even fan walls about currently airing shows. Hehe why thank you :P

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Ep 11 was one of my favourite Mad Dog episodes. It kept me at the edge of my seat for the whole hour (but actually took me 2-3 hours to finish bc I kept rewatching scenes and fangirling at how much I loved this show 😅).

This episode had such an excellent mix of comedy, romance, suspense, cute bromance/team moments, action, and a heartbreaking cliffhanger ending. I'm honestly so impressed at how well the writers combine all these different elements into 1 episode. And the actors on this show (esp Woo Do Hwan) are so freaking GOOD at bringing those dialogues and scenes to life. We are so blessed.

Also can I just say, all hail Cheetah, the Captain of the Ha-Ri x Min-Joon ship! 😂❤️

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Honestly, where would our ship be without him, I don't know. :P

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I died the moment Noo Ri called Min Joon Hyung. So adorable like a puppy. Yea yea, I know he was about to get stabbed, but he still so cute. Pentium-ya, don't you die leaving us behind ya!!!!

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this cliffhanger had me scared. cos pentium was bleeding so much I thought he would die.
don't wanna spoil episode 12 for anyone so I'm gonna leave it at that.

writernim there's only 4 episodes left when are we gonna see hari and minjoon kiss. I don't want a final episode rushed kiss. hopefully their love line starts in next week episodes.

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Can't we start a petition for minjoon and hari's kiss scene hahah 😂

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I would sign it 1000 times

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But seriously what will happen to us if the drama ended without a confession or worst a kiss scene 😭

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I will be salty for eternity... and you will never here the end of me ranting, that's what :P

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I completely absolutely irrevocably believe you when you say that! :-P

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Hahahahahahaha ^^ as you should.

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It's honestly expected if they don't end up kissing or officially together because I've seen a lot of dramas where I ship the crap out of them but it doesn't go beyond that. It would be pretty cool if this show actually sailed our ship properly though

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Looks like the writer has a pattern of showing minjoon and hari scenes, like in Wednesday's episode there are quite a lot of their scenes as compared to Thursday's ep, does that mean I should expect a lot in this week's episode? 😎
Drunk minjoon is the cutest thing I have ever seen hahah hari has such patience even the sound of his breathing was making me weak 😂 but seriously gotta love them love birds, I feel like he was about to confess to hari and hari WAS expecting something like this ,poor girl looked so disappointed when he fall asleep.
Nooriahhh! 😭
One thing I don't understand is the scene between hari and minjoon when she met hyungi and after that cheetah calling them family and saying 'families don't blame eachother' and minjoon motioning kangwoo not to say he is there. Was it to show hari regretting her words?

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To your last q- I think so?
That's why she apologized to him in the car (in German no less hehe), because she realized she was too harsh and just acting out of somewhere of hurt.

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So not sure what the question is. Whether Cheetahs statement was directed at Ha Ri or why Min Joon backed off. If it's the second one I can answer. I'm a lot like Min Joon. I wouldn't want Kang Woo to be all like "oh come with us you're part of the family too" I would naturally want to be a part of the family, not because Kang Woo says so. Also Ha Ri does still blame Min Joon, which probably signals in his mind that he's not part of the family yet, which is why he backed off. And Ha ri does regret her words later on, when she says sorry in German lol.

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I don't think Ha Ri noticed Min Joon there. I think only Kang Woo did.

At that moment, Min Joon couldn't have joined them. He didn't feel like part of that family after Ha Ri's words. He also might have felt he didn't deserve to be part of that family because she was right. He did bring them into danger without a thought to the consequences for them.

But it was also a beautiful moment because he was on the outside looking in and it's clear he wants to be a part of that world. He wanted to joined them but he can't yet.

With Noo Ri's acceptance of him as "Hyung" - it's clear that he did make a step into that family. But with the stabbing, it was also clear to Min Joon that Ha Ri was right. He brought them into danger.

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I really hope the mad dog team fully accept him as their family, I know they already have and they care a hell lot, even become his personal bodyguards lol, but I hope they show him with words as well, I personally am the type who prefer action over words but sometimes words become necessary as well, but like you said noori calling him hyung was directly telling him that he is willing to treat him like his family , now all I want is hari to say oppa to minjoon 😂 gosh everything in the end narrows down to minjoon and hari for me 😂😂😂
Don't want to spoil anything from ep 12 but noori getting stabbed was a big blow to minjoon :/

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My heart skip a beat when listen to the sound his breathing. Drunk Min Joon will cost a heart failure. I should get an insurance.

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One more time he gets drunk and breath like that we are all gone😂

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Get insurance -- but not from Taeyang! ;-)

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Am going to start with my two favorite things about this show ...

1st hong joo in all her elegant glory , I love when female characters are given the chance to win me over in all their grey shadiness ( its always the males ) ... Am in love with her , her pain confusion battle with good and evil and also forgiving herself ... And I agree with the recapper , she will end up being the Ace no one paid attention to ... She is the one connection between , JH ceo , chairman cha and kang woo , she knows everyone's secret and has means to find them ... She will make the final call at the end and I think it will be in KW favour not because good always wins blah blah blah but because , she has been struggling with it for too long her needs vs her wants ... She wants taeyong , she wants the power and she wants to save it , but she needs to forgive herself , she needs peace of mind and KW forgiveness ....
KW is at an advantage , her father wants to control her , JH ceo wants to turn her to the darkside while KW is just holding onto her humanity ...

1st ( these two are tied on first spot ) my ship , hari and dr kim are killing me ... The push and pull makes my day...

what I loved the most is that in the past if he had called she would have told him to figure out his problems , but now the minute she heard him crying asking for help she went to protective mode all " why are you crying , who made you cry , tell me so I can kill them "

Hats off to the actor I felt his panic his desperation and most of all understood why he would call her first ... He was leaving his worst night mare and called one of the few people without his knowledge he already trusted would help him ...

I don't want to go too much into this as episode twelve is all about said emotions ...

Is noori really diagnosed with all those or is that the excuse his father uses to locked him up ... But the his out burst
Really causes me to think again ....

Ps: this show better gives me at least a kiss between these two ...

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I love all the Min Joon x Ha Ri scenes. The drunk "sleep with me"/"don't get hurt" scene - OMG! The feels!

I was so glad to learn more about Noo Ri this week. I am confused about the mental illness statement. It could be interpreted in two different ways. 1) the truth, which could explain his reaction with the knife and bully. Cheetah seemed confused because while Pentium was supposed to create a distraction, I don't think this was what they expected. Noo Ri also seemed very out of it during that scene. He had to be snapped out of whatever state he was in. Cheetah had to remind him to be "PENTIUM". 2) It's a lie. Like all the other sons from wealthy families, it was a lie created by his family to possibly explain his absence in family events. I don't know what the truth is but we got a glimpse into Noo Ri's own struggles with family and his classmates.

Also Noo Ri and Min Joon's interaction at the end was bittersweet. It was clear that Noo Ri was ready to accept Min Joon as family, he wanted him to be his Hyung. Min Joon's reaction to the word "Hyung" was heartbreaking. "Hyung" is a word that has weight for Min Joon because it sums up his regrets. But it's clear he wants to be part of their family because when Noo Ri calls him "Hyung", he turns without thinking even though it's only the first time Noo Ri has called him that.

But it's so very bitter because Noo Ri is stabbed. Not only was Noo Ri willing to be stabbed for him, Min Joon knows that he brought danger into their lives (like Ha Ri said). But what makes this super bitter is the fact that the next person who used the word "Hyung" with Min Joon was grievously hurt and possibly dying in his arms.

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Like TeriYaki, I'm, too, impressed with Choi Won-young's performance as Hyun-gi. I love his brand of crazy, and I appreciate that he goes all out for the character (his hair !). I think he has the best performance on the show.

I also agree that Woo Do-hwan in the ending scene is amazing. We see a totally different Min-joon, or rather the true Min-joon ?

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That drunk Minjoon-Hari scene though. I both love and hate the writer for being so mean and teasing us shippers like that. But then drunk kisses are not good, he must be sober when they kiss.

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Absolutely agree! The only kisses that count are the stone cold sober kind.

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Thanks for your recap and commentary, TeriYaki! For the life of me I can't figure out who's running the conspiracy (if indeed there is a single master mind) and who all the players are, now that the Chief Prosecutor is involved.

Re: Noo-ri's befogged state while holding his tormentor at scalpel-point in the hospital, he might actually have porphyria, a metabolic disease that makes the skin photosensitive, and can include mental symptoms. As other Beanies have discussed, he's acting strangely. Cheetah appeared to be shocked at his behavior. Interestingly, he managed to snap Pentium out of it.

There are now so many forged documents that I cannot believe that anyone has refrained from tampering with the "original" black box recording. I trust Taeyang's and Juhan Air's executives as far as I can throw them.

I don't know what to make of Hong-joo. She looks guilty a lot of the time. Both her father and Hyun-gi underestimate her. They treat her in a disgustingly patronizing manner. I really hope she's been playing both of them all along. But if not, I hope that Kang-woo goes after her hammer and tongs.

Choi Won-young is doing a great job portraying the loathsome Hyun-gi. His air of malignant derangement is first-rate. He makes my skin crawl -- so he's definitely earning his paycheck.

Hats off to Woo Do-hwan, whose portrayal of Min-joon in this episode ran the emotional gamut from peacefully sloshed camaraderie to guilt over embroiling the Mad Dogs with ruthless chaebol chiefs, to grief-stricken terror over Pentium's stabbing. Thank goodness for those interludes of cute bickering with Ha-ri to offset the angst.

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Ahhhhhhhh!!!!!! You have absolutely no idea how happy it makes me to see Min Joon and the members of Mad Dog act like family. Gosh... I... can't... even... *clutches heart* I was extremely worried for Mad Dog's future at the end of the last episode, and I still am slightly, but I'm relieved to see that Noo Ri's father isn't all bad and is willing to work with Mad Dog to take down Juhan and Taeyang.
I really do, but don't, like that our villains are smart. Hyun Ki continues to be a real threat to Mad Dog, even reaching out directly to Ha Ri and threatening her. Hong Joo and her father are definitely related in that both will do whatever it takes to get what they want-Hong Joo betraying both her father and Hyun Ki for Taeyang and her father betraying Hyun Ki and Hong Joo for Taeyang and JH (I hope I got that right since I'm not good with these things, lemme know if I need a clearer understanding).
Now, I want to talk (fangirl really) about Noo Ri and Min Joon. Though the chemistry between them isn't as strong as it is between Kang Woo and Min Joon (which I felt was lacking compared to the last few, but that's just me being picky), it's still a joy to watch. I actually got up and cheered when Min Joon socked Noo Ri's old "friend" for him. When Noo Ri said, "You never know. I might end up calling you hyung," I almost cried from the look Min Joon gave him. Because he gave up on his own flesh-and-blood brother, he's never really considered being someone else's "hyung" and it's great that Noo Ri is opening his mind to that. I wasn't so thrilled that the first use of it was used in a life-or-death situation and I hope that won't be the only time it's used (please show, save our Noo Ri-ah, I need more "hyung's" to come out of his mouth in Min Joon's direction).

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Yes! Yes! I love noo ri and Min Joon!!! And when he calls him hyung!! Aaaggghhhh!! I legit need them to be best friends and for noo ri to always call him hyung.

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