Perception

Season 2 Episode 3

Blindness

11
Aired Tuesday 10:00 PM Jul 09, 2013 on TNT
9.0
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Donnie doubts Pierce's theory about inattentional blindness as it relates to a series of bizarre public murders. But Pierce has a way to prove his point so they move quickly to piece together the clues and outsmart the clever killer before he can murder again.

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  • The Alligator was Awesome

    8.0
    This week's murder takes full advantage of Dr. Pierce's expertise on how the human mind works as a particularly devious killer uses cognitive blindness to get away with murder in plain sight of several witnesses. The episode's moral (don't drive and talk on your cell phone) is pushed a little too hard (even though I applaud the sentiment), but the structure of the murders provides one of the more interesting episodes of the season complete with Pierce's hallucinatory guide (a mute alligator mascot) who is so entertaining I want to see him become a staple of the show.



    You can find my full recap and review (with pics and video) at RazorFinemoreless
  • A Crazy Professor that solves crimes about Blindness

    8.0
    Tonight's episode shed light to what I feel like is very true. Plus the hallucination person Dr. Daniel Pierce had today was great, an Alligator Mascot. I'm glad that Kate's Ex said what he said to Daniel, cause I really want those two to date. Please don't take as long as Castle did with the whole Caskett thang. My overall review for tonight's episode is an 8 out of 10.
Nick Chinlund

Nick Chinlund

Kevin Connor

Guest Star

Sundra Oakley

Sundra Oakley

Jennifer Britton

Guest Star

Tim Ransom

Tim Ransom

Dr. Robert Mills

Guest Star

Brad Rowe

Brad Rowe

FBI Agent Bobby Dalton

Recurring Role

Scott Wolf

Scott Wolf

AUSA Donnie Ryan

Recurring Role

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    • Daniel: Freud once said, "No mortal can keep a secret. If his lips are silent, he chatters with his fingertips. Betrayal oozes out of every pore." I think old Sigmund might've been on to something. Although we may be desperate to keep our secrets, the harder we try to bury them, the more they'll arise to the surface. We are neurologically compelled to confess. And that's a good thing, because confession is good for the body. It's good for the brain. Might even be good for the soul, if you believe in that sort of thing.

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