Well we only got one episode this week but I like that we got a lot of information to the questions we’ve been asking. Boy, am I glad that You’re All Surrounded decided not to skirt around the Eun Dae Goo/Kim Ji Yong (Lee Seung Gi) issue. It gets really awkward trying to ignore the giant elephant in the room especially not one but two main characters had their suspicions.
Of course, Dae Goo had to try and deny it. But that didn’t stop Seo Pan Suk (Cha Seung Won). He aimed to get definitive proof.
Last week, we learned that Dae Goo had been getting help from Chief Kang. She wants to help Dae Goo but also advised that he needed to find proof that Pan Suk was collaborating with the enemy.
As for Uh Soo Sun (Go Ah Ra), when an old friend from Masan comes up to Seoul and see Dae Goo, he immediately recognizes him as Ji Yong.
Again, Soo Sun’s suspicions are raised and this time she’s not going to back down. Especially when the signs are blatant.
As for my favorite bromance of the drama, we finally learn Park Tae Il’s (Ahn Hyun Jae) secret as Ji Gook (Park Jung Min) blurts out during a case, where he gets taken hostage yet again, that Tae Il only became a cop because he failed medical school, ruining Tae Il’s perfect image. Despite that, Tae Il forgives Ji Gook and the two are inseparable again.
Lee Seung Chul – 사랑하나 봐 (It Must Be Love)
As for Pan Suk, he gets his DNA proof. You could that he feels guilt as he looks at Dae Goo before calling him not. Not to say, that he’s guilty of anything other than he wished he had done more to help the boy.
Dae Goo’s reaction is pretty powerful and I just love that the scene showcases Lee Seung Gi’s talent and how much he has grown over the years. He really knows how to play the deeply conflicted emotions of Eun Dae Goo.
To top the episode off, we have a beautiful scene where Soo Sun refuses to back down on her suspicions and confronts Dae Goo yet again. This time, she acknowledges that there must be a reason he’s hiding his identity. While Dae Goo doesn’t directly admit to it, he confirms her suspicions by saying that Kim Ji Yong wants her to keep his secret.
In other news, EW just came out with their Summer TV issue. And holy crap, Masters of Sex stars Michael Sheen and Lizzy Caplan look smokin’ hawt on the cover. We learn what we can expect in this upcoming season that will be premiering on Showtime on July 13th.
According to the article the show picks up where it left off with Bill Masters (Michael Sheen) declaring that he still needs Virginia Johnson (Lizzy Caplan). After Dr. Masters is fired from his job, the duo find themselves continuing their research at an African American hospital.
As fans might have previously read, Sarah Silverman (meh), Christian Borle (yay!), Courtney B. Vance (interesting…) joins the cast. I’m a bit sad to hear that Jane (Heléne Yorke) will have a limited role this season as she and Lester head off to Hollywood. Lester comes back but Jane doesn’t until the end of the season.
Finally, there’s the closeted Provost Scully (Beau Bridges) and his wife, Margaret Scully (Allison Janney) who will solve their marriage problems off screen but not before having a sex scene in the first episode of the 2nd season. *eyebrows raised* Bridges and Janney have commitments to their sitcoms, The Millers and Mom, respectively. Boo, I loved their story and the actors who played them.
The show is based on the real-life sexperts of the same name who end up falling in love. So we know what the end game is but the show promises that the ride will be titillating. I’m totally looking forward to the new season.