Roy and Donovan are out driving around and very conveniently happen across Crazy Jazz, hanging out on his porch in broar daylight, and this is when I knew Roy was actually a Fed. Whoops, did I ruin that reveal for you? Sorry. Anyway. Roy sees Crazy Jazz, confirms with Donovan that he is, in fact, Crazy Jazz, and leaps out of the car and plugs both Crazy Jazz and a woman who saw the whole thing. Then he leaps back in the car and they drive off. Donovan is freaking out, saying that they're going to end up in the joint again. Roy is unconcerned about this, even after Donovan tells him that this isn't the way they do things around here. "You got your ways, I got mine," Roy remarks calmly. Donovan yells and yells about how this was totally crazy and what's wrong with Roy and blah blah blah blah. "Whatever," Roy says lightly. I sort of love Roy. I would love him even if he was a real killer. He finally apologizes half-assedly. "Now I gotta see what Malloy has to say," Donovan whines. And we go to commercial. On that? You're kidding me. Again, a soft, soft act-out. You obviously go out on Roy shooting the woman with the groceries and then speeding away. I can't believe ABC didn't give notes on these act-outs, because they are really weak.
Line of Fire
Episode Report CardJessica: C | 425 USERS: C+
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Line of Fire