Breaking In

Season 2 Episode 3

The Blind Sided

0
Aired Tuesday 9:30 PM Mar 20, 2012 on FOX
8.2
out of 10
User Rating
32 votes
2

EPISODE REVIEWS
By TV.com Users

TV.com Episode Review

  • COMEDY ROUND-UP

    Fox's Tuesday comedies: Raising Hope Gets Creepy, New Girl Gets Fancy, and Breaking In's Ladies Get Annoying

    Also: We give I Hate My Teenage Daughter another chance, but only because we already know it's as good as canceled.

  • Episode Summary

    EDIT

    Veronica brings a young teen in when the team tries to locate a computer hacker.

    Who was the Episode MVP ?

    Sunday
    No results found.
    Monday
    No results found.
    Tuesday
    No results found.
    SUBMIT REVIEW
    • Camelanie!

      10
      I have to say that the show hasn't been as great as last season,but what is great about this season is that Cameron & Melanie got closer in this episode to the point where she didn't want to hide her feelings for him anymore.Sure we'll have to deal without having Melanie around for a while,but I have to say that if that's how she said "goodbye" to Cameron,I wonder how she'll say "I missed you" to him.moreless
    • I laughed a lot!

      9.0
      So funny! That's all I can say.
    Odette Annable

    Odette Annable

    Melanie Garcia

    Guest Star

    Lance Krall

    Lance Krall

    Ricky

    Guest Star

    Terrell Lee

    Terrell Lee

    Buddy

    Guest Star

    Jennifer Irwin

    Jennifer Irwin

    Creepy Carol

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

    FILTER BY TYPE

    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (0)

    • NOTES (0)

    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • The final scene where they lower the Melanie statue into the crucible is a reference to Terminator 2. Additionally, Cash quotes the line from the movie "Hasta La Vista, Baby".

      • Around the 6-minute mark, when Cameron (Bret Harrison) informs Oz (Christian Slater) that Cash's antenna device works and Oz replies, "Cut my legs off and call me shorty", this references the manner in which Christian Slater's FBI trainee profiler character, J.D. Reston is killed in the 2004 thriller, "Mindhunters", where the lower half of his body is submerged in liquid nitrogen and then snaps off at the legs.

    More
    Less