As his power over the Korban cult grows, Joe sets a deadly plan in action using new acolytes to carry out his demands. Meanwhile, Ryan and Max devise a plan to contact Joe, in hopes of tracking down his whereabouts, and Weston meets with a face from the past in the all-new “Teacher’s Pet” episode of THE FOLLOWING airing Monday, March 24 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. (FOL-210) (TV-14 L, V)
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Is there anything Mike can do to not become Ryan Hardy 2.0?
I think he is. I don’t think there’s any way to stop it, no. I’m not saying that Mike is going to become an alcoholic, but I think Mike is already there — obviously not an identical match to him but as far as who he’s become, the decisions he’s willing to make, he’s on point with Ryan now. He agrees with him. Last year he wanted to play by the rules and stick with protocol, now who cares, that’s not how we get these guys. We get them by playing by their rules and breaking their rules. That’s what Ryan’s code always was and Mike is with him right now.
Viewers picked up on a connection between Mike and Ryan’s niece Max. Where is that headed?
I think there is definitely an attraction between Max and Mike. It really begins with their proximity with Ryan. They both care about Ryan Hardy and that puts them together. I think Mike rubbed Max the wrong way the first time when he came in[to her office] and was like, “You need to do this, you need to do that.” But after that initial meeting, Max realizes how much Mike cares about Ryan and that he was just trying to protect him in a weird way. The more they interact, there’s chemistry. I mean, they’re not googly-eyed — when they’re around each other there’s an attraction. That being said, I don’t think we’re going to see the characters go on a date or anything like that — that’s not the world we live in on the show. We have murder and mayhem and torture, so what their relationship will become is definitely up in the air. It’s good for these characters to have this sounding board to bounce off of and have someone to talk to. We’ll have to see where it goes. It breaks things up, it’s nice to have that.