bros402 May 18, 2022 Share May 18, 2022 This episode was just bizarre - it was structured so oddly. You think they would've ended the Chenford plot (such a stupid plot) in a spot that would've made some sense... not "let's go inside and plan until we get the call!" I honestly thought my DVR must've messed up in some way until I checked the episode on Hulu. They could've literally just had another minute of then talking, then the phone rings and it is Criminal Guy summoning them. Also, uhhh, the sheriff went on vacation and a guy just out of training gets sent there AND the keys to the safe aren't left? They should've at least had the keys and seen that maybe there were just some old guns with only a few bullets because "budget cuts" (that would've been better than "we can only check fingerprints during business hours because of budget cuts" since those systems are not something that goes first during budget cuts) This episode needed to be a two parter and not "The Rookie: Feds" (what a stupid name). It would've been better if THIS had been the introduction to the FBI spinoff, then the plot of the backdoor pilot had been the season finale! This had literally no tension. It's always nice to see Alan Tudyk, though. 2 Link to comment
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