calls someone who's supposed to be in hiding?
As for Mike's mission, I've a sneaking suspicion Briggs is onto him--just a feeling I got when he looked at Mike's orders. A graduate at the top of his class groomed for a D.C. assignment doesn't land in SoCal by accident. Briggs ain't that stupid. :-)
Not a fan of cop shows about drugs. I'm a fringe person that believes this country, originally a Republic, should not be enforcing Drug laws. Pledge of Allegiance: "to the Republic for which" A Republic is definitely NOT Republican or Democratic! It's a form of government that preserves the rights of each individual in their own pursuit of happiness. Ours is a country of hypocrisy where we allow poisons like Nicotine (more addictive than heroin), Alcohol (a drug cocktail) & mind alerting pharmaceuticals to be legal (profiting big Corporations) while we punish people for taking "non sanctioned" drugs.
Portugal legalized ALL drugs in 2001 & it was a resounding success.
Our War on Drugs is Prohibition for this age. It didn't work 100 years ago & it's not working now.
It criminalizes people, fosters lawlessness and wastes billions of tax payer dollars. Power and control over people is the greatest aphrodisiac. You get it by having money or working for the government.
The show is ok, a bit predictable.
OK, let's get the important stuff outta the way; there is some SCRUMPTIOUS male eye candy on this show. Daniel Sunjata always looked good in his lab coat as a forensic tech on Law & Order, but he looks even better OUT of it ; Aaron Tveit's chiseled handsomeness was made for TV; and "Johnny's" first appearance, topless in a wet suit--words fail me.
I thought the acting was a bit over-the-top at times, particularly Lauren's vengefulness, but I think that'll settle once the plotline with Danny resolves itself (assuming it will). I thought the "movie" was a humorous diversion and I like how Mike went about his mission while those at base were seconds behind creating a back story and checking his movements.
I was confused by a couple of plot holes though. Danny was taken to a safe house, yet Lauren was able to call him there. Then the address turned out to be the safe house where Danny was--they didn't know that beforehand? They're his team!!!!! And how are you allowed to call someone who's supposed to be in hiding?
As for Mike's mission, I've a sneaking suspicion Briggs may be onto him--it's just a feeling I got when Briggs was looking at Mike's paperwork/orders. Graduated top of his class; high test scores; requested, and was presumably groomed for a D.C assignment; yet assigned to SoCal. Briggs can't be THAT clueless.
This show is just so awesome! I love the humor&action in it. I will definitely be watching this new awesome show!
Pretty boring. Have to agree with SMS, too predictable.
I've been waiting for this show for months and so glad it's final here. It was an amazing first episode. I loved it and I can't wait to out more about the characters and Mike's assignment to investigate Briggs. I can't wait for the rest of the season. The next episode looks really good I can't wait for it.
Everything about this episode is incredibly amazing! Aaron Tveit (Mike Warren) has stepped up his game another level and accompanied with Daniel Sunjata you get perfection. I can't wait for more episodes (and seasons) to come. Jeff Eastin sure does know how to write a good show! I hope this show can become as awesome as White Collar.
I believe they have a other hit on their hands
Way too cute and predictable.
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