CBS (ended 2013)
|chief sinclair is in this one im really interested how he will be inputted in the story maybe we'll get to see some Mac and Stella scenes and more scenes with Haylen and Adam... am i the only one on here who loves Haylen?? especially with Adam|
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It was a great episode. One quick word about the case: It seems that John Dove watches german news. Actually we had almost the same case here, some time ago. A cop was killed in southern Germany and then they said they found the DNA of a mystery woman at several crime scenes, not only with the cop killing but in totally different corners of Germany and even in other countrys I think. There was a huge media noise about it and after several month it came out that the swabs were contaminated too and the DNA belongs to an amployee of that firm. They still haven't found those cop killers I think ...
Now the Lindsay fan is talking, so beware of me:
I loved Linds in every scene she had. I liked her dressing, the jokes she cracked with Danny and Hawkes, the chasing scene was amazing. And the final scenes made me into a puddle of goo. If it wasn't 6:30 am in the morning and the whole neighbourhood asleep, they would have heard the loudest squee ever First I thought it was a little fast, Danny hanging on these things at the PT, barely able to walk and then at the end of the day he stood without help in the room of his daughter, holding his baby without help. But I think they now want to bring the Danny-in-the-wheel-chai- stoy to an end to unfold the Flack story better.
Poor Flacky breaks my heart. He's doing the lonesome wolve thing right now, pushing everybody back and hides himself away. But it's good that Mac is aware of the situation. He understands what Flack is going through, maybe had the same problems after Clairs death (not the drinking, but the hiding thing). I'm looking foward to the scenes of those two in the episodes to come
Cute-but-evil-job-stealing-blonde I didn't find that annoying this time. She almost appeared human That was mean, I know But I missed Adam... Hopefully he won't always have a day off, when she's around.
I guess I'm the only one, who finds Sid digging in the stomach contents was a little disgusting ...
Let me just join in with the puddle of goo crowd. I was totally tearing up at the end. I don't care how unrealistic that scene was or how much Lindsay should have kicked Danny's butt for holding their daughter unaided while he (supposedly) can barely stand, I'm watching it for like, the dozenth time right now and I just love it.
Danny *is* holding on to the crib railing with one hand right at the beginning. And he takes the tiniest steps to turn towards Lindsay, and then just stands there, not moving much. It's still not totally realistic, but at least they don't have him walking unaided or running through the park with Lucy on his shoulders. There often is a point in PT when a person can stand unaided pretty well, but can't actually take a step without a lot of effort and something to hold on to. Still, he had to take about five steps or so to get from where the wheelchair is parked to Lucy's crib. It would have been more realistic if the chair was parked right beside the crib instead of just inside the door.
And I agree, the play of emotions on Anna's face was amazing!
I also liked Hawkes' speech to Danny. Flack is Danny's buddy, but Hawkes is Danny's conscious. But I'm very glad that Hawkes didn't mention the incident to Lindsay. I would have hated to see him turn tattler.
The case was rather interesting. Crime labs, as well as medical offices and many others, are so dependant on the quality control of the companies they purchase supplies from. Any little slip up (although this one was kinda big), can really cause havoc. I wonder if the poor girl with the sweaty palms still has a job? I do find it interesting that they didn't bring up the root cause of a slip like this - budget cuts. In the past, the company would have roaming inspectors ensuring that everyone wears gloves, and adheres to any other quality measures. And the NYPD would send someone to tour the plant to verify their quality control before awarding the contract. But those sorts of little "extras" are often the first things that are cut when money is tight.
The scene with Flack not shooting - yea, it didn't work for me either. I just didn't see where he was is so much danger from that knife yet. AND the woman was asking him to shoot her. That's called "suicide by cop" and police are trained *not* to shoot in those situations unless there's absolutely no alternative. If TPTB really wanted to make this believable, they should have given the woman a gun. And maybe even have her shoot at Flack (just miss). But it was fun seeing Lindsay on the chase and taking down the perp.
What - no comments on Lindsay's hair? I like the short bob, it's cute.
I'm hopelessly addicted to that last scene. When I finished watching the episode (online because I'm in Taiwan where the only place to get new episodes of anything is online) I just kept rewinding it back to the last scene. I can't make myself stop. I must have watched it like 20 times.
|Okay, when Flack and Stella are going around to the different apartments is the one guy the same one who was in a previous episode? Sorry that's a vague description!|
|I want her out of the show too, Stacy. You aren't mean|