'Big Sky' Episode 3: How did Legarski find Grace in the middle of nowhere? 'Ridiculous, unrealistic,' say fans

Just as things seem to finally looking up for Grace, Rick Legarski shows up magically in the middle of the woods and shoots the poor fisherman...with a bow and arrow


                            'Big Sky' Episode 3: How did Legarski find Grace in the middle of nowhere? 'Ridiculous, unrealistic,' say fans
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It was a nerve-wracking and intense episode of 'Big Sky'. Grace, Danielle and Jerrie tried to find their way out of Ronald's misery dungeon, without much success. Well, Grace did. She escaped through a sewer and out into the open, even though Ronald tried burying her alive. She runs into a good Samaritan fisherman, who promises to help her.

Just as things seem to finally looking up for Grace, Rick Legarski shows up magically in the middle of the woods and shoots the poor fisherman...with a bow and arrow. Grace tries to escape but he shoots her twice. For a while, there was much worry on whether Grace had survived, as we saw a body bag being thrown into acid. But that belonged to the fisherman, and Grace was dumped back in the truck with other sorry girls.

While fans were on edge and stressed out for the whole episode, some of them couldn't help but point out the strange absurdity: How did Rick Legarski find Grace in the middle of nowhere? Seriously, these are the woods, not a tiny park. "And now magically, in the middle of the f**king woods, the trooper finds exactly where the girl is? Sorry #bigsky, but I'm out. Absolutely ridiculous," a fan wrote. Others poked fun at it, and wondered what sort of high-end equipment did Rick have access to. "Gotta give props to all of this random high end equipment they be having access to in the middle of Montana #BigSky," another wrote.



 

 



 

 

Some are just praying for Legarski to suffer a miserable death. "When this is done legarski BETTER BE DEAD! Or I’ll go to Montana and kill him myself #BigSky," another fan wrote. Some fans slammed the show for being plain unrealistic. One reason is, why didn't the girls have a better plan of attacking Ron when he came to them? They knew that he had a taser. "#BigSky started off so good. This episode has been completely unrealistic," a fan tweeted.



 

 



 

 

The next episode promises to be even more fast-paced as both Cassie Dewell (Kylie Bunbury) and Jenny Hoyt (Katheryn Winnick) team up to sort out the mystery of the missing girls, once and for all.

'Big Sky' airs on ABC, Tuesdays, at 10 pm.

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