I do have to wonder about the deaths and how many of them are actually accidents. I'm sure some are although it is absolutely horrifying to think of these innocent babies baking to death.
This guy just seemed very off to me. That video of him in Chick-fil-A looked like the guy was trying to get peoples attention by showing off the kid. It was just very strange. So in a short amount of time I'm supposed to believe you forgot you have a tiny person just inches away from you and you just drove to work. I'd buy this happening if it was a case of the guy went inside work and got into his office and had that oh fuck moment that led to him running out of the building to get Cooper out of the car. I'd totally buy that as an accident but this just seemed more sinister. It is so fucking sad because this sweet little guy had his life stolen in such a gruesome way. It also doesn't help that this guy went out to the car during the day to put light bulbs in the car. Oh sure you didn't notice your poor child lying in his car seat? It makes me wonder if the guy was checking to make sure the car did its job after all he did watch that horrifying video with the doctor telling people how fast the car basically turns into an oven. Talk about a horrific way to die especially when someone is utterly helpless and trapped in a car seat.
His wife was very strange too. I get that some people get calm when things are utter chaos but there was just something off about her too. I guess it could have been shock after all she had just found out that her child had never been taken to daycare that day and that he was dead. Why did she ask about her husband when she had just been told her son was dead? That would be the last thing on my mind especially since having Cooper was a miracle. It seemed like her husband cheating on her big time was more horrible than her poor child dying in a broiling car. Maybe she had nothing to do with it but I totally think this guy did it. He thought it was a great way to get rid of something he found out that he didn't want. Seeing the two in the interrogation room was super weird. If I was in this situation I wouldn't be hugging the man who killed my child even if it happened to be an accident. I would be going crazy and I'd probably start hitting him but instead she went into mama bear mode and what did she mean when she asked him if he said too much? That was odd. Was there an insurance policy on Cooper? Maybe having a child wasn't the dream after all.