One thing for writers to watch out for: when you’re finally ready to turn the tables on a villain who’s seemed all but unstoppable, don’t flip the script completely unless the story justifies it…and it usually won’t. JJ is falling into a trap that’s both psychological and technological here, but he still has to make smart points and show some calculation appropriate to his profession. If he didn’t do such things, he wouldn’t be a worthy adversary at the end, and the satisfaction of bringing him down would be muted.

I especially like the phrase “smart targets.” It shows how JJ sees himself partly as a sportsman and is still underestimating the way he is now being moved into the crosshairs.

FB: “Hi, boss? I’m sorry, they got away. Somehow they talked me into gettin’ a Facebook account and my productivity just went right down the drain.”