Common Law

Season 1 Episode 4

Ex-Factor

1
Aired Friday 10:00 PM Jun 08, 2012 on USA
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  • BUDDY COPS WHO AREN'T BUDDIES

    Common Law: Breaking Up Is Hard to Do

    The Ex-Factor” could have been painful and cheesy and eye-roll-inducing to the Nth degree, but it was actually quite fun and provided much-needed background on how Travis and Wes ended up where they are.

  • Episode Summary

    The return of Travis' ex-partner causes a rift between the guys.

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    • I like Greg Germann, but as Phil, he is annoying!

      9.5
      I really liked this episode, besides Phil and his partner making me cringe. And I have been waiting for an episode like this, where one of the boys sticks up for his partner... Of course it was Wes, sticking up for Travis. By the end of this season they will have found more of a groove and I am looking forward to the character development.

      It is good that Travis was the bigger man when it came to the constant one-upping between he and Phil. I don't see Phil's partner being a Travis 2.0, when the original is, mm mmm, so much better (those eyes...).

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