Decent enough...but no suspense at all about who is behind all this.
MartinHafer from Bradenton, Florida
15 April 2017
Often police and detective shows do a good job of misdirecting the
audience and get them to wonder who is responsible for the crimes in
the show. However, oddly, the writers didn't bother doing this at all
with "Death of a Hunter" and the only logical suspect IS the one who is
behind everything...a weakness of the episode.
When the episode begins, a supposedly experienced vet is killed when
the lion he anesthetized turns out to be wide awake and angry...and it
mauls him. Cannon investigates and finds that the tranquilizer dart was
filled partially with the anesthetic...and partially with a stimulant!!
Regardless, this scene was handled very poorly, as the dead vet shot
the lion and entered the cage 30 seconds later...something you cannot
do with a properly functioning tranquilizer dart! This and other
killings are all caused by the guy you suspect five minutes into the
show and so it's not hard for Cannon to put all the pieces together and
solve the case.
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