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‘Enough is enough.’ It’s that simple. I think that Sharon has tried very, very hard to both help this young man and guide him through this maze and not be too intrusive and also allow the potential for, you know, whatever [relationship] with his mother, because the hope would be that there would be a rehab situation and eventually some kind of healing. That’s what you’d want for anyone. But things are not going that way. Sharon Raydor has a bottom line, and that bottom line is reached in the finale. She’s not short-tempered, but when she gets pushed past her bottom line, she takes action very thoroughly. It was a lot of fun for me to see that come out there.
TV Line August 8, 2014 interview. McDonnell in response to how Sharon feels about “the other Sharon.”

Dude on left, shooting some off-camera person. Sorry man.

Dude in middle, shooting some office worker a floor above. Oops.

Dude on right, shooting dude on left. His shocked accidental follow up shot will probably blow off Sharon’s head. Hope that’s her last will and testament she just got done proofing in front of her.

Keep your finger straight and off the trigger until you’re ready to fire.

Sure, I know it’s just a goofy pic. But dammit. We keep visually printing ourselves to put fingers on triggers. What makes a gun go bang? Pulling the trigger. So if you play around with a ‘fake’ dangerously, guess what happens if you have to handle the real thing?

TNT has it right: BOOM.

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