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Not a bad episode. Tucci did an excellent job, as he did during his
first appearance and it was cool to see Windcott in such an early role.
The problem is the show never really did anything and had a very
predictable ending. A "mail in" story as was common with many of the
episodes in season 4 & 5. The guest acting saved this one from the
gutter in my opinion. Not much else to say but I need more lines of
text so here goes the blah.
It kind of reminded me of a season 1 or 2 episode but it was just completely weak. There was a scene where Crockett and Tubbs hop in the Testarosa and haul butt while some cool music plays, but even this scene was a watered down version of seasons past. You could do a lot worse as far as MV episodes go but don't expect too much.
*** This review may contain spoilers ***
As this episode opens Crocket and Tubbs are staking out a party while
Gina is inside posing as an interior decorator; she is chatting to a
guy by the name of Willy Cook who introduces her to Frank Mosca; Mosca
is a mobster who first appeared in the opening episode of this season,
'Contempt of Court'. Crockett wants her to keep well away from Mosca
because he is dangerous but she is insistent that she can cope with
him; Castillo agrees and she uses the introduction to get close to
him... the problem is she gets too close and ends up sleeping with him.
Cook soon turns up dead and Mosca is the chief suspect. Mosca tries to
deflect suspicion onto rival mobster Jimmy Roth; and after what appears
to be a drive-by attempt on Mosca's life it Gina starts to believe
him... the problem is that he now knows she is a cop and her life is in
This was a solid episode; it was good to see Gina take the lead as Saundra Santiago does a good job in the role, also welcome was the return of Stanley Tucci as the odious mobster Frank Mosca; he did a fine job in the role keeping the character menacing without going over the top and making him a pantomime villain. There isn't a huge amount of action but there are some tense moments, an exciting shootout in the final scene and an scene where Crockett and Tubbs literally turn the heat up when quizzing one of Mosca's henchmen! Since the team know that Mosca is a crook from the start there is little mystery but that doesn't weaken the story; they still have to gather evidence and the real interest is wondering how long Gina's cover will last.
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