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S01.E04: Caesar

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To air on January 28, 2020:

Barnes goes on a dangerous undercover mission involving an ambitious gang leader who is plotting turf wars and massacres across the Bronx in a bid for more power.

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That was a pretty good episode, I liked the case and the background on Barnes. 

One thing that kind of confused me - didn’t they say at the start that they had the guy they originally suspected of the murders on video, but then it turned out he was dead beforehand and his girlfriend did it, am I missing something here? 

I really like Lacroix, Barnes and Clinton, but I can’t stand Crosby, he behaved like a douche once again tonight, and I don’t care for Hana either, it seems like both of them are trying to hard to be cool. 

Overall I’m liking the show pretty good. 

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I liked this one but then I tend to favor female bad guy episodes especially when the female bad guy is interesting.   I thought the gangland angle worked well in this and that she never even left her neighborhood.

The Barnes backstory was good as well.   Crosby is still the weak link.

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For some reason the background music was screwing up my soundbar.  I have never had that happen before.  It sounded like a blown speaker.

Kenny needs to ditch the uncontrollable hothead persona. 

Again with that crap where Jesse goes home to be with his kid.  If it isn't leading to a kidnapping, then it is a complete waste of time.

21 hours ago, Chaos Theory said:

I liked this one but then I tend to favor female bad guy episodes especially when the female bad guy is interesting.  

The bad female episodes would have been better if both instances in this series (this episode and the episode where the woman was looking for her kid and leaving a trail of bodies everwhere) didn't have women with uncontrollable rage issues.  Bring something more to the table than female rage.  

Granted last week involved a radicalized/manipulated male that was being egged on by a supposed female loved one to kill himself.  In that case, she was a secondary character.

 

 

Edited by icemiser69 · Reason: clarity

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Bad guy walks into a room. Rat-a-tat-tat-tat-tat!  All dead.

FBI: "He was killed by an AR-15!" But AR-15's can't go rat-a-tat-tat-tat-tat! They only go Rat. A. Tat. Tat. One shot at a time.

There's no reason to allow reality to get in the way of some good Gun Elimination Control propaganda, is there?

And once again, why is the Most Wanted crew chasing this band of semi-competent, semi-literate street thugs?

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15 hours ago, Xeliou66 said:

One thing that kind of confused me - didn’t they say at the start that they had the guy they originally suspected of the murders on video, but then it turned out he was dead beforehand and his girlfriend did it, am I missing something here? 

They identified the suspect based on his "unique" jacket and other circumstantial evidence.

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I hated this episode.  Aside from the fact that a Bronx gang related plot is another NOT FBI Most Wanted situation, I didn't care about any of the characters so it didn't matter to me what happened.   

So far I only liked the first episode.  

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I'm not much into conspiracy theories. I just assume in a TV show that:

1. They're not going for realism

2. They talk about a g*n everyone knows about to take a shortcut. Much like they do with amazing facial recognition software, traffic cameras, and other technology-related stuff they depend on to hurry the process along.

I don't care what kind was used in a killing on a fake TV show, especially one in which the "good guys" also carry them, and they're not seen as bad or wrong for doing it.

I thought the person who played Cleo did a really good job. She was tiny, but when she commanded those big dudes to do stuff, they did, and you believed that she had the presence to do it.

I like LaCroix and his daughter. Also Barnes and her family.

So many of these shows depict broken relationships because of the work they do. I enjoy an ending where people come home and appreciate the normalcy they have there. It humanizes them. 

 

 

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I still don't understand the scooby-do van they are all crammed into, what is that?

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