Quote Originally Posted by Vaark View Post
It is kind of rapid fire, not feely touchy or often sentimental. I guess that format is not for everyone. What I like is that each character's continuation leapfrogs ahead in a linear manner but often from point A directly to C assuming the audience is sufficiently astute enough to fill in the blanks. Final episode: same sort of format, centers on things that no matter how jaundice an experienced LE might be, are still hard to take, the reality of politics triumphing over doing right, street justice and ends with an act of continuity. Pretty damn good I thought.

Still wondering if the 3rd world terrorist has gotten started with the series yet.
I like that it's rapid fire. It's a fast paced show where action is always in front of you. Character development is still relevant too which is important.