1. Short answer is: no. Criminology and police investigative work are two very different things. To be a “professional criminologist”, you would need a higher education degree, preferably a PhD, publish a bunch of papers, and if you ever work with any law enforcement agencies, you will more likely be on a consulting role or as a researcher(further down in your career). You really don’t get to be on any “cases” as a criminologist. Most of your training will be centered around criminological theories, research methods, criminal justice policies, data analysis, etc. for both research and teaching.

  2. If you go the academic route you won’t work on individual investigations. Instead, you’ll focus on The Who, what, when, where, and why questions. Who are perpetrators and victims, where do crimes occur, what factors make crime more or less likely. You’ll also need to go to graduate school.

  3. Oh I see. I don't have the best physical strength, my skills mostly lie in the analytical and academic side of things. But I'm starting to get really interested in criminology so I'll research some more. Either way, my interests lie in wanting to help understand the human mind and to help others in any way I can. So while I'm not out in a crime scene, I still want to contribute in solving an investigation.

  4. I like to think that Red is shown as the neighbour because of his monotone and somewhat nonchalant behavior. Maybe he's supposed to represent the bystanders that watched as Leslie's son (A.K.A Yellow) walk into the street resulting in his death.

  5. What did red guy say as he hit yellow guy?

  6. I think he said "I'M DEALING WITH IT!"

  7. There's three of us! Just three of us!

  8. Honestly I loved this scene. It's so wholesome to see the main trio having fun

  9. I hope that if this series continues for more seasons there'll be more personal dialogue between the trio. I really want to see how their relationships with each other grow.

  10. I really really didn’t know how to feel about that “I like looking at you, too.” Scene. I was like “damn. Those fluffybird fans are gonna lose their minds.”

  11. Right that's exactly what I was thinking!

  12. Definitely the creepiest episode for me.

  13. "And we live in an actual NIGHTMAREEEEE!"

  14. Not sure if it's already been shared but oh well

  15. But I thought you loved your town. Don’t you want to stop it from rotting down?

  16. We just can’t wait to see what’s going to happen to us three, we’re like a weird family, but you’re the main ones!

  17. Who lives next door to our funny house!

  18. I don’t think there real, but you never know I guess

  19. Yeah, I'm not so sure either. But I thought it would be interesting to share anyway haha

  20. What's your favorite idea? Because this is surely one of mine!

  21. What's that? A tasty snack! You don't wanna go and eat a snack like that!

  22. If the theories are true and one of the TV episodes are about / include a lesson about different transportation vehicles then I really hope he makes a cameo (preferably while riding a canoe)

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