Angelic Hitman Says WHAT?
I know that grief makes people say and do crazy things, and I know that Jason is in the throes of a grief so powerful and so overwhelming and so heartwrenching that nobody else on the planet (not Lucky and certainly not Elizabeth, who probably shouldn't even be mentioned in the same sentence as Jason and Lucky when it comes to grieving for Jake, because who was she, really? Little more than an acquaintance, if we're being honest. She certainly never spent fifteen minutes bonding with him over toy motorcycles like Jason did!) can possibly understand what he is feeling right now, so part of me wants to soothingly pat him on the head and excuse him for saying the following words which, strung together in this particular order, are INSANE.
The other part of me is like, "What the actual fuck?"
Jason: I thought I was doing the right thing for Jake. I thought I was keeping him safe. It turns out, he might have been safer with me.
It...does not turn out that way, actually, Jason. Here is a list of examples illustrating just how much that is not the case.
1. Everything that has happened to Michael, ever.
It's a short list, but I think it makes my point. Though if it doesn't, we can set aside the next eight hours running down a longer list of all of the people who have had their lives tainted fatally or almost fatally by mob violence and not an accident.