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TV Episode Recap/Review – The Good Guys: Don’t Tase Me, Bro

by on Aug.03, 2010, under Action, Comedy, Crime, Television

Oh man, where do I begin? Last night’s episode of The Good Guys, called “Don’t Tase Me, Bro” had so much good stuff I don’t know what to talk about first. Plus, I’m finding it hard to decide which character I like more, Dan or Jack. On the one hand you have Dan’s over-the-top, every-line-that-comes-from-his-mouth-is-hilarious bit, then on the other you have Jack’s much more subtle but no less funny performance. It’s an impossible choice so I guess I’ll just say that I love them both equally, how’s that?

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TV Episode Recap/Review – The Good Guys: Hunches and Heists

by on Jul.20, 2010, under Action, Comedy, Crime, Television

Colin Hanks and Bradley Whitford in The Good Guys

In this week’s episode of The Good Guys, titled “Hunches and Heists”, there’s kind of two of everything. First there are the two hunches, Dan’s hunch and then finally (when Dan drags it out of him) Jack’s hunch. Then there are the two heists.

A guy that Dan put away years ago, who’s also known as the worst getaway driver in the business, is out of jail and the Feds think he’s going to be part of a bank robbery. Dan doesn’t believe it but when the guy’s daughter asks him to check up on her dad and make sure he’s not getting into trouble, he goes to see him. Meanwhile Dan and Jack are put on the case of a bunch of dry cleaning and (of course) it turns out that that everything is related.

Dan’s old friend is part of a heist, but not the real one, I mean well it’s a real one just not the really real one. Yeah I was kinda confused too. Didn’t stop me from enjoying the episode though.

My favorite bits…

Dan’s ability to simultaneously bug Jack and listen to the Lieutenant’s briefing at the same time.

Jack complaining that he not only has to look at Dan’s gut, he has to listen to it too.

Laughing my head off at the ridiculously close angle they gave us of Dan taking a whiz on the side of the building. Classy.

The fact that Dan never bothers to put on another shirt while his is undergoing “repairs” – even though he had no trouble wearing different jackets. The sight of him in the wifebeater cracked me up the entire episode.

Dan tossing back beers and going over the good old days, with the guy he threw in jail.

Once again, Dan doing something on the case that annoys the hell out of Jack, but somehow leads them to a clue. Case in point – going back to the dry cleaners to pick up his shirt leading to the fact that security guard uniforms have been stolen.

The guys trying to prevent a bank heist…….by inadvertently robbing it themselves.

Totally agreeing with what Dan said to Jack – “when you screw up, move on”. Sometimes that’s better than doing nothing but dwelling on the past. Huh, who knew that Dan could give out life advice?

Dan hollering at the waitress: “Darling! Box my meat!” – LOL!

The wrestling match/slap fight over the radio in the car.

Them playing ELO’s “Don’t Bring Me Down” as Walter raced Dan and Jack back over the exploding bridge to stop the other heist.

Jack finally going with his gut and taking them to the jewelry store. Yeah Jack!

Getting a kick out of Walter running into a fire hydrant, especially since I’d just watched another character do that on Lie To Me, which came on right before. Huh, same writers maybe?

Dan telling the Lieutenant that the guys from the other heist weren’t “Easter Bunny” fake, just regular fake.

The shootout in the cemetery ending in everyone dying. Fitting, no?

Jack going back into Liz’s office to “do something stupid and impulsive”, and kissing her……only to find out that her boyfriend asked her to move in with him. Oops.

Overall another hilarious turn from this series that I am still enjoying quite a bit.

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More of The Good Guys Reviews…
The Good Guys, season 1, episode 1 “Pilot”
The Good Guys, season 1, episode 2 “Bait and Switch”
The Good Guys, season 1, episode 3 “Broken Door Theory”

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TV Episode Review – Lie To Me: React To Contact

by on Jun.30, 2010, under Crime, Drama, Television

Tim Roth and Enver Gjokaj in Lie To Me

Here’s a little snippet from my latest ‘Lie To Me’ review, up at Daemon’s TV

….Words cannot express how excited I was when I saw that Enver Gjokaj was going to be in this week’s episode of Lie To Me, titled ‘React To Contact’. I was extremely impressed with his work on Dollhouse and when that show was sadly cancelled, I really hoped this talented actor would keep on working. I was also excited to see Alona Tal, whom I’ve been a fan of since her work on another of my favorite shows, Supernatural.

In this episode of Lie To Me, these two guest stars play a married couple dealing with the trauma of a husband who is apparently suffering from PTSD after returning home from war. Everyone seems convinced that it’s a cut and dry case, but…….read more at Deamon’s TV

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More Lie To Me Reviews…
Lie To Me, Season 2, episode 1 “The Core Of It”
Lie To Me, Season 2, episode 2 “Truth Or Consequences”
Lie To Me, Season 2, episode 3 “Control Factor”
Lie To Me, Season 2, episode 4 “Honey”
Lie To Me, Season 2, episode 5 “Grievous Bodily Harm”
Lie To Me, Season 2, episode 6 “Lack of Candor”
Lie To Me, Season 2, episode 7 “Black Friday”
Lie To Me, Season 2, episode 8 “Secret Santa”
Lie To Me, Season 2, episode 10 “Tractor Man”
Lie To Me, Season 2, episode 11 “Beat The Devil”
Lie To Me, Season 2, episode 12 “Sweet Sixteen”
Lie To Me, season 2, episode 13 “The Whole Truth”

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TV Episode Review – Lie To Me: Sweet Sixteen

by on Jun.16, 2010, under Crime, Drama, Television

Tim Roth in Lie To Me

Even though I missed about ten minutes from the middle of this episode (DVR issues, sigh), I still saw plenty enough to know that it was amazing. From the very beginning – starting with the explosion which made me jump about six inches, to Eli’s slow walk into the building, bloody and in shock – I knew we were in for something great.

It turns out that the bomb killed a man that was Cal’s boss back when he was working with the Pentagon. Back then he and Foster were doctor and patient. Cal had been sent to her after suffering from the mental trauma of accidentally causing the death of an innocent woman and child. He did a read on a man who he thought was going to cause trouble and someone in the Pentagon decided to go after the guy, only they got the man’s wife and daughter instead.

Doyle (played by Angus Macfayden), the man who Cal is sure is behind it all, comes to him to say that he didn’t plant the bomb and Cal helps him to find out who did. In getting to the truth, he tracks it down to the Assistant Deputy Director of the Dept of National Intelligence. From there, he’s able to find the man who actually pulled the trigger that day and allows Doyle to finally get what he’s always wanted. Only the former terrorist doesn’t want to kill the man, he just wants to help get him arrested for what he’s done to his family.

The ending was a bit of a double shock to me. First off, we find out that Lightman admitted that he knew when he read Doyle as a threat that they’d kill him. Then we also find out that all those years ago Foster had been told that if she didn’t keep Cal under control, that they would have killed his family. So all this time she’s been lying to him and he never knew it. Wow.

As always, I enjoyed the foray into the backstory between characters that this episode brought us, going so far as to show us the day that Lightman and Foster first met.

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More Lie To Me Reviews…
Lie To Me, Season 2, episode 1 “The Core Of It”
Lie To Me, Season 2, episode 2 “Truth Or Consequences”
Lie To Me, Season 2, episode 3 “Control Factor”
Lie To Me, Season 2, episode 4 “Honey”
Lie To Me, Season 2, episode 5 “Grievous Bodily Harm”
Lie To Me, Season 2, episode 6 “Lack of Candor”
Lie To Me, Season 2, episode 7 “Black Friday”
Lie To Me, Season 2, episode 8 “Secret Santa”
Lie To Me, Season 2, episode 10 “Tractor Man”
Lie To Me, Season 2, episode 11 “Beat The Devil”

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