Originally Posted by flint350
But, oh that Sam - never knew a guy to have so many connections at the right time. From hooks into every possible law enforcement database and operation to the always-handy rich lady who can provide fully staffed mansions with guests and Maserati's and yachts.
I don't see that as a problem at all. Sam's "buddies" have been a running gag since the show started. And hey, he's a likeable guy. I'd have a drink with him and do him a favor!
I really liked the fact that Michael was working with the CIA again and I especially liked Max - the small-talk scene last week was funny - so I was really dismayed when he got killed. however as soon as Fiona said "He's one of the good guys" I knew things were going to go sideways. I expected him to be a bad guy though.
Not excited about another arc, especially after the convoluted disasters of recent seasons. Which is why I think this show is much better with cases. The arcs after season two have been poorly conceived, nonsensical and badly paced.
Wasn't excited about this week's case. I thought the client was annoying and for someone who was supposed to be a sniper he didn't have much patience. I couldn't imagine him lying prone in the desert for hours observing a target.