casting spoilers

-A being someone we didn't expect/like

You know the writers and the cast keep on saying that it’s not about the Who but the Why, and the why is way more important and stuff than the who. Which makes me think that -A could literally be anyone if they’re saying that the who is not as affective as the why. And when they say we’ve seen/heard Charles/A it could mean anyone that has been in the show even the least expected. Which I hate tbh. Because the who matters to me so much. Also That’s why Marlene and other writers mentioned that they haven’t seen anyone guess the who and why correctly except one person. And right now it’s still rare to guess the identity of Charles/A correctly. 😰😭

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