The team works with the French U.N. forces to serve a warrant on a Bosnian war criminal. Jonas discovers Molly's secret. Tiffy and Mack make decisions. Colonel Ryan makes a sudden announcement.

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The team works with the French U.N. forces to serve a warrant on a Bosnian war criminal. Jonas discovers Molly's secret. Tiffy and Mack make decisions. Colonel Ryan makes a sudden announcement.

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When Tiffy shows Col. Ryan a letter in the beginning of the episode, she refers to it as "Mac's Re-enlistment". The letter is titled "Notice of Re-Enlistment" with the name, GERHARDT, MACDONALD, etc.... The body of the letter however, contains 3 paragraphs of text that basically explain why he needs to get out of going to active duty. The letter says that he is in the delayed entry program, which precedes basic training. It also explains that his mother's arthritic condition has worsened considerably and that he is the oldest of 3 of three children, having two younger brothers, ages 7 and 12, that he has to help his mother with. It also explains that he has changed his career plans and wants to be a graphic artist. See more »

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Bob Brown: When you see Indians, be careful. When you don't see any Indians, be twice as careful.
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5 August 2009 | by (Nea Smyrni, Hellas) – See all my reviews

This episode deals with what? French (European that is) officers & soldiers who are not trustworthy & incompetent as well...

and a Bosnian terrorist with supernatural skills... he killed the incompetent and not trustworthy (of course!) French officer and managed to escape, he managed to get to the States unnoticed (and in no time), he knew (miraculously) the whereabouts of his "enemies", managed to surprise them at their party...

...AND YET MANAGED TO GET HIMSELF & HIS TEAM KILLED WITHOUT KILLING ANYONE OF HIS MAIN OBJECTIVES...

The only reasonable explanation is that the script-writer is a US citizen, therefore, I rest my case!

AND YES, the episode had some good moments as well (as described by others), so 3 well deserved stars

PS The whole thing with the colonel's wife... gimme a break! Who writes this crap?


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