Crisis

Season 1 Episode 2

If You Are Watching This I Am Dead

12
Aired Sunday 10:00 PM Mar 23, 2014 on NBC
7.7
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For her daughter's release, Meg Fitch asked by captors to collect large amount of cash. FBI agents Dunn and Finely goes to find the location of the missing Secret Service agent and ends up at Pakistani embassy where the Ambassador is going for extreme length to release his kidnapped son.

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  • Meh you could fall asleep and not miss anything.

    8.0
    If there's one thing i hate about these types of show/plot developments is the bad guys always have the upper hand at first and no matter what the good guys do they literally do what the bad guys want all the time to a point where it seems impossible for the bad guys to lose.



    what then happens is the bad guys start doing stupid stuff or make character retconning mistakes, that totally contradict an earlier action, and the bad guys then fall apart and lose..



    so for me this episode had some issues.



    suspension of disbelief.



    fbi/ss agent gets a photo and blindly takes it in to work yeah a photo from the bad guys couldn't possibly be bad..



    20 million in cash with no tracker of sorts ? seriously ?



    we are to believe a gut shot heals enough for said rookie to be fit for active duty.



    we are to believe a guy tied up on a bed still has the strength and co-ordination to defend himself, with no water/food for a few days.



    we are also supposed to accept no embasy checks it's staff even the ambassador ?



    will we find out why that ss agent turned on is rookie/partner ?





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  • Superior Drama why are folks not watching!

    10
    Just saw the episode 2. Was totally blown away. Tight script, beautifully acted. I just knew Gillian Anderson wont be involved if it was crap! I seriously pray more folks tune in!

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