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Spotting a con should be easier when you work in a job that makes you naturally suspicious of people. Chicago P.D. would certainly qualify. This week Intelligence works a case involving several cons, which puts everyone on edge more than they’d like to admit. That raised suspicion falls on someone they believed they could trust, but new information threatens to tear that tenuous trust down. A natural gas explosion next-door to an Lgbt home is not so natural since Cfd finds that the pipes were tampered with. Intelligence is ready to confirm the victims as the house’s tenant, and one
- Araceli Aviles
Iggy Azalea has moved on from French Montana. The new guy's name is Ljay Currie and he's a music producer. The two got super touchy Sunday on a boat anchored off the coast of Cabo San Lucas. They weren't alone so it's possible they're in the friend zone ... but doubtful. Read more »
- TMZ Staff
Sarah Dobbs Jan 9, 2017
A new villain arrives in West Covina and threatens Rebecca and Josh’s love bubble in Cxg’s most meta episode yet
This review contains spoilers.
2.9 When Do I Get To Spend Time With Josh?
Two very different things happened at the same time in this episode, and both of them were kind of scary.
First, there was the story thing. After receiving a surprisingly generous cash offer, Rebecca’s boss Darryl sold half of his share of Whitefeather and Associates to Plimpton, Plimpton and Plimpton, meaning one of the Plimptons, Nathaniel, turned up in West Covina to take charge of the business. And ‘taking charge’ meant trying to turn it into an actual functioning law firm. So no more duvet days for Rebecca, and if the firm »
3 items from 2017
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