Angela's Eyes

Season 1 Episode 8

Blue-Eyed Blues

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Aired Sunday 10:00 PM Sep 10, 2006 on Lifetime
8.6
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Blue-Eyed Blues
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Leo is particularly affected by the unit's search for a missing girl. Meanwhile, Angela discovers more about the relationship between her mother and her boss.

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  • Even if the cases are less then extrodinary...the web that's been woven about Angela's life and her parents...makes it worth watching.

    8.5
    Angela's Eyes isn't the best show out there. There are so many crime/procedural dramas these days that many become a 'version' of the original. I still feel that Profile (remember way back to 1997) was the first (modern) of these sort of dramas. And it's hard to measure up to Profiler's first two season. CSI does it in a very scientific way, Crossing Jordan does it in a human way (it's about the characters). There are countless more out there all a mix of technical and human.



    Angela's Eyes probably is more similar to Crossing Jordan in that it's focus/appeal is in the characters. The cases...well I can't remember most of them in any great detail. What I remember and what draws me to this show is Angela's story. Her family. Utterly fascinating. And we keep getting more twist and turns.



    I have to say I like Dylan. When we first met him he appealed to me. Last nights twist we learn that Gene has hired him to spy on Angela. Two big shockers there. 1) We trusted Dylan and while we are given reason to hope and believe deep down he's a good man...that he agreed to spy on Angela in the first place leaves us weary. When (and we know she will) Angela finds out her already fragile trust in the human race is going to be shattered...here's to hoping they are able to work through it. Angela needs Dylan's love in her life. 2)Gene looks like a very bad guy. First impression we believed he was a caring man. He's looked out for and helped Angela all those years her parents were in prison. Now his motives look more like he was keeping a leash on her, waiting for her to be old enough to start communicating with her parents...he wants info and what better way that to get it through her... Don't trust Gene. I'm warning you now...even if he cares for Angela, he's still her enemy.



    Unique/fascinating things: How Angela and her brother communicate. There who lives are based on focused on a mistrust of everyone around them. That they communicate through songs that they understand but leave others baffled is a fun aspect not to mention interesting. So while only 5-7 minutes of the episode was focused on Angela's continuing crisis with her family, it was worth watching it for those few minutes. The series strength lies in this continuing story line.moreless
Paula Brancati

Paula Brancati

Natalie Young

Guest Star

Laura De Carteret

Laura De Carteret

Diane Young

Guest Star

Ron Lea

Ron Lea

Eddie Young

Guest Star

Rick Roberts

Rick Roberts

Gene Taylor

Recurring Role

Alberta Watson

Alberta Watson

Lydia Anderson

Recurring Role

Steve Boyle

Steve Boyle

Dr. Dylan Turley

Recurring Role

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