The Unit: Season 1, Episode 13

The Wall (16 May 2006)

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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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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Colonel Leclerq
Charlotte Canning
Michele Greene ...
Cynthia Burdett
Yasen Peyankov ...
Razlan Dragovich


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 Mac hands Bob a cup of coffee, Bob comments that "coffee's for closers," deliberately quoting a famous line from the film/play "Glengarry Glen Ross". David Mamet, creator of "The Unit" and director of this episode, wrote "Glengarry Glen Ross". See more »


Bob Brown: When you see Indians, be careful. When you don't see any Indians, be twice as careful.
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Written by Robert Duncan
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Lots Of Things Left Up In The Air
20 January 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Most of these crime or action shows like to leave their viewers draw them back the next season. That certainly happens here as I don't know who is coming back and who isn't because several of these guys say they are leaving the Unit. I find that hard to believe any of them are since they are the key characters. (No, as of this writing I have not watched any Season Two episodes.). Anyway, the ending of this show left me frustrated.

I was glad to see "Tiffy" exposed for the adulterer she was, and was nicely told off by Kim. The latter also gave it to the other lead woman, "Molly," for her lies. All that was well-and- good but at the end, within a day all seemed forgotten and forgiven.

As far as the action story, it was pretty good as the Unit went to capture a war criminal from Bosnia. Unfortunately, the corrupt French military man in charge was more concerned about his image in the press than in capturing the bad guy. That came back to cost him dearly and for the Unit to be surprised, big-time, and the end of this episode which has very dramatic ending.

Anyway, all in all - despite the unwanted (by me) soap opera angles in this TV series, it was a very entertaining one and worthy of viewing on a weekly basis.

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