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Boss, Eps 2.08-9: “Consequence” and “Clinch” give us the best and worst of Boss

13 October 2012 8:35 PM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Boss Season 2, Episode 8: “Consequence”

Written by Paul Keables

Directed by Jean de Segonzac

Boss Season 2, Episode 9: “Clinch”

Written by Julie Hébert

Directed by Mario Van Peebles

Airs Fridays at 9pm (Et) on Starz

Closing in on the finale, “Consequence” and “Clinch” have some heavy lifting to do. The loose strands and split ends of the season so far need to be woven and trimmed to allow for a finale unburdened by exposition, mystery, and plot games. The first of these episodes is a let down: mostly functional (save for its climax), “Consequence” acts on its obligation to present the return of Kane as a brilliant puppet master, healthy and lucid. As storytelling goes, it’s a fine plan, yet the execution is clunky. Boss is clearly too big for its boots: it has a full hour to do its job, but the more it packs in, the more »

- Ody Constantinou

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Boss Season 2, Episode 4: “Redemption” suspends us between optimism and cynicism

9 September 2012 3:31 AM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Boss Season 2, Episode 4: “Redemption”

Written by Julie Hébert

Directed by Phil Abraham

Airs Fridays at 9pm (Et) on Starz

Perhaps there’s no better way to evoke sympathy for a character than to have his newfound sense of good doubted by those closest to him. There’ll be no sympathy without the viewers’ trust in Kane’s motives, though, and “Redemption” is Boss’s fourth attempt to establish it. There are, predictably, complications: as Meredith tells Kane, there’s reason to believe that his sudden “shift towards the sentimental” is a consequence of increasing mental decline. We’re thinking the same, obviously, but hoping otherwise.

In “Redemption”, we watch as Kane confronts his past directly in a fairly impromptu and Media-free visit to Lenox Gardens, in which he admits past sins and tries to convince residents that he’s now trustworthy. It’s a success – a fairly incredible one »

- Ody Constantinou

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