Well, this may be it. Three Rivers has been pulled from the schedule for Cold Case and repeats of other NBC shows that need more hype. We may never see the remainder of the other five episodes supposedly shot. Maybe on DVD eventually.
This episode fell back into the routine of some corrupt people, usual problems, and enter a possible connection Andy has with his past.
Not a bad episode, but in general one has to wonder about what exactly is being talked about in this episode. After Mandy Patinkin's great performance last week one really can't equate anything this week to that. That may be unfair, but there is something about this show that just doesn't click.
The young couple who were just married were obviously being effected by their environment, but it took these people days to realize that. That was a little strange and poorly written. I'm not sure what the point of the man helping the woman and then being shot really had to do with the episode at all except sometimes they get donors from strange situations. That all seemed to be terribly random for this show. I don't think they could afford to be random.
William Sadler is introduced as Andy's old mentor who obviously spent years in prison, but spent the money to get Andy his schooling. That whole story leaves a lot to be desired as well.
Finally the fact that the billionaire is corrupt is no new story. Some people believe money is the answer to everything. I guess this man just doesn't get his own wife's message.
Overall a little disappointing after last weeks quality episode. We'll see if we get to see any of the other episodes that have been produced. Thanks for reading...