Talking about wereboars and Star Trek shows this week.
Southland cops know that when the Santa Ana winds blow, you learn just how close you are to the edge.
“Most of us go to work every day with a pretty good of what’s going to happen. As Detective Bryant will be reminded of today, cops never do.” It’s ironic that this episode aired this week. Since 20 January, 11 officers have been shot nationwide. 4 have died. My condolences go out to the families
All cops have to make judgment calls they hope they won’t regret. No cop ever bats 1,000. Lee Lofland’s review of Discretion is up at The Graveyard Shift, along with my comments. A great episode.
Writing colleague Lee Lofland regularly does police procedural reviews of SouthLAnd. I try and comment each week as well. This week’s episode, “Punching Water,” is reviewed here. If you’re looking for a gritty realistic view of life as a cop, check out SouthLAnd Tuesdays on TNT. I’ve said it combines the best of Hill Street