Originally Posted by Lawboy
I like where you guys are headed with the Bowman/Broussard look. There was something more to it than just a "Good Luck". Just not sure what.
If the Gauntlet's not in the box, Katie has been left out of the loop. Why else would Broussard say something to the effect of, get this to the right folks, if all three of them knew it didn't hold the Gauntlet? (Snyder isn't around at that point.) Broussard told Katie that the Redhats would be hunting for him and he didn't "want to disappoint" them, which he probably wouldn't have said if she thought that would mean they captured the Gauntlet. Broussard did say (earlier) that he couldn't see trading the Gauntlet to Snyder for safe passage, not that he wouldn't agree to its leaving LA. Also, I'm not sure if he has any more magic metal boxes around -- the Gauntlet is toxic without containment.
On the other hand, I think there are dramatic points involved and they're likely to determine how TPTB turn the plot. Broussard on his own will be more interesting to viewers if he's got the Gauntlet with him. And we know Snyder tipped off someone (probably the Commander he seems to have made a deal with -- the guy who said, "You'll never want for anything" -- of course, that's true for dead folks, too...) and we'd rather see him squirm when the box doesn't hold what he promised.