E-Ring

Season 1 Episode 7

Cemetery Wind (1)

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Aired Wednesday 8:00 PM Nov 02, 2005 on NBC
9.0
out of 10
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Cemetery Wind (1)
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When Angie is put in a dangerous situation, she can only leave him one clue as to what has happened to her. JT must recall his old Special Ops missions in order to find the answer.

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  • Twist is added to the action.

    10
    We expect E-Ring to be a formulaic tv show, but the producers will throw in some twist and turns along the way to make this show even more exciting. Those twist and turns just happened in this episode when tragedy strikes. This is a continuation of last week, things are happening in here. We learn stuff along the way. It's action and adventure as always, but something else is thrown in the mix. This is perhaps Jerry Bruckheimer's best tv show, I love this show, it's really exciting. This episode makes me want to see this show even more, oh yeah.moreless
  • This is the episode that showed how JT and Angie met. And Angie, did she betray her teemates during the last operation?

    8.8
    An unexpected view in the Pentagon. The people there supposed to be \'own people\', but they betrayed each others in the sense that maybe Angie did not finish her job, her boss threatening her to break up with JT (with some secrets that Angie forced to follow what he said). And JT is sure in a great dilemma, wonder whether Angie betray him and his teamate, and there were a lot flashback scene, showing how they met, how JT recruit and train her, how JT interact with his old time buddy.moreless
  • I was not a big fan of the show, each episode ran like clock work JT finds out about a crisis, meets resistance to fix it, and overcomes the problems in the nick of time. Of course the episode where JT is in Iraq is an anomaly, but not differentmoreless

    10
    I was not a big fan of the show, each episode ran like clock work JT finds out about a crisis, meets resistance to fix it, and overcomes the problems in the nick of time. Of course the episode where JT is in Iraq is an anomaly, but not different enough. This episode made me love this show, I loved seeing JT and his \\\"crew\\\" out in the field planning and carrying out missions. It is hard to get fired up for an episode when he is standing in a building listening intently.



    The death was such a shock and such a great move for the show. I completely expected a full recovery and was taken off guard. I love when you can\\\'t see it coming. In the world of TV it is all too typical to just assume a character will make it because they have been an integral part of the series. I think LOST really showed shows like E-Ring that we want the unexpected.

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  • A personal setback for JT, more "conspiracy" type politics in the agencies, and finally an episode where not everything goes according to plan. About time.

    7.5
    I have not paid too much attention to this show since it started, mainly because it is centred too much on the Hero type character who can't seem to lose. And for the first 5 or 6 episodes, that's exactly what happened. Now, however, with the loss of a major character, and somebody who JT "needed" to be the "hero" that he was, I'm hoping to see some more character work.

    It's almost a shame that you always seem to have to kill a character off to make the rest more human. Last week's episode was a good start, with only one of the marines coming home alive, but when it gets personal, the cast can at least portray some "real" emotion.

    I'm afraid, though, that JT will now just go off to South America on a vengeance, find the people responsible, kill them, and come home the hero again. All the while in Washington, his military buddies clean up the dirt at home, i.e. the press leak, the bad CIA folks etc.

    We'll see next week.moreless
  • The episodes just keep getting better and better.

    9.4
    Wow! Even though this episode revealed how JT and Angie hooked up, it also revealed that her shooter was the one she didnt take care of on that mission. What's up with that. Surely she didnt "fall in love with that guy" Poor JT, he looses his girlfriend and then gets suspended. The colonel bringing him his briefcase of ID's was a nice touch. But are dealing with the CIA and just maybe they have kidnapped Angie and are hiding her from JT.moreless
Kelsey Oldershaw

Kelsey Oldershaw

Angie Aronson

Guest Star

Michael Hyatt

Michael Hyatt

Agent Kathryn Thompson

Guest Star

Alan Dale

Alan Dale

Director Metcalf

Guest Star

Kerr Smith

Kerr Smith

Bobby

Recurring Role

Maurice Compte

Maurice Compte

Charlie

Recurring Role

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  • QUOTES (2)

    • Metcalf: I have to hand it to you, Major. You are one brave soul.
      JT: That's 'cause I don't have a whole lot to lose. But you, sir, you have plenty. And when I find out exactly who's responsible for this, someone is going to die. You know, it might even be me, but I'm going to find out. You know, Mr. Metcalf, if I was guilty of betraying one of my own, I would just do myself right through the skull, simple and messy, but that's just me. Have a good night, sir.

    • FBI Agent Thompson: You were trained well, Major.
      Tisnewski: Excuse me?
      FBI Agent Thompson: You beat the machine.
      Tisnewski: You can't beat that machine.
      FBI Agent Thompson: And in Special Forces, they trained you to lie.
      Tisnewski: We're trained to misrepresent the truth with no intention to deceive. Except, of course, when we're telling the truth.

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  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Karl Rove
      In this episode, a reporter reveals the identity of an undercover CIA agent (Angie) which gets her killed. This is a reference to the scandal involving political consultant Karl Rove who in 2005 was indicted for revealing to a Time reporter the identiy of undercover agent Valerie Plame and her husband, thus endangering them.