A water treatment plant supervisor disappears, and detectives discover that he is running from his old life in Arizona, where he may have been involved in a robbery and the disappearance of one of his friends.

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A water treatment plant supervisor disappears, and detectives discover that he is running from his old life in Arizona, where he may have been involved in a robbery and the disappearance of one of his friends.

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An underrated episode. Good story.
20 July 2016 | by (Midwest, United States) – See all my reviews

This was a really good episode. I don't know why it only has a 5.9 average rating. Perhaps it's people hating on Roselyn Sanchez and just automatically giving every episode she's in a low rating. I don't know. It's kind of hard to say anything about this episode without revealing spoilers. But I'll just say this, things aren't always what they seem. It might seem at first that there are angry co-workers who wanted to do our missing water plant supervisor in, but the story is much deeper than that and involved a number of other people who have nothing to do with the water treatment plant. It was a story about making bad decisions (well, a lot of episodes involved bad decision).

You kind of understood why some of the people in this episode did what they felt they had to do. They were really down and out and desperate. But they really shouldn't have done what they did, because it had dire consequences.

Nathan Baesel was a fine actor. I've seen him on other shows and he always does a fine job with what he has to work with. Another solid performance here. I wish he would return to actual acting.


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