Originally Posted by TeeJay1952
I think Shark jumped itself once the main character broke the law in order to enforce the law. Final episode had everyone forgetting the Constitution and Gitmo moments abounded. (Let's grab suspects and beat them into revelations about the crime.)
I think Shark jumped itself when it started to stray away from legal/courtroom drama to crime drama.
In the series
finale, we don't even get Shark in the courtroom at all
, unless you count his mock courtroom with Wayne as the judge (I don't).
I agree, it was the perfect way to sum up a crime drama that kept trying to masquerade itself as legal/courtroom drama.