Did anyone else find the most recent episode (3/6) to be one of the stranger, confusing episodes they've ever done?
The situation with Jamie and his stolen vest. No one else was looking out for him, like he had the plague. I would think internal affairs would be more interested in finding out who stole the vest than trying to railroad Jamie.
I never got the interest between Erin and the perp looking to make some kind of deal. The whole dynamic of the story and how they shot the scenes were just weird.
Then there's Frank and Ed Asner's character. First, I hated seeing Asner look as bad as he did. It made Selleck look like a spring chicken. Second, I never got the intent of the story. As I understand it, some punk that robbed Asner was allowed to come back to his place to inspect something. I didn't get that, it made no sense unless I totally misunderstood. If there is such a law and they were trying to point out how stupid that is, they could have done a better job of explaining it.
The only storyline that made any sense was the one with Danny and I didn't like how it was written and I didn't like any of the characters.
The accused and his attorney are allowed to inspect the scene of his alleged crime - maybe to spot something that could help his case. It wouldn't have been an issue if Asner was able to leave the premises. But that being the case, the accused was taking advantage to intimidate him.
The lame thing about Danny's case was how the girl who always carried her dog left it on the sidewalk before conveniently stepping in front of the speeding car. Not really that tragic when you think about it - if she's that unaware of the dangers of NYC traffic how on earth did she survive as long as she did?