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Jillian questions Ed's priorities when she finds out he's trying to purchase the Montecido. Delinda questions Danny's priorities when he's more caught up in trying to prevent a friend from ... See full summary »



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Jillian questions Ed's priorities when she finds out he's trying to purchase the Montecido. Delinda questions Danny's priorities when he's more caught up in trying to prevent a friend from being returned to Iraq than sitting down with her and finding out she's pregnant. Mike finds out Sam's plight, and Mary takes steps in helping her step-sisters' plight. Written by Moviedude1

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9 March 2007 (USA)  »

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Danny is called "lieutenant" by a former Marine he served with in Iraq, but Danny never went to college. All USMC officers are college graduates. See more »

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Bad TV !

I'm a big fan of such a show. It's colorful entertaining one, being like the best of the 1980s's TV; which's something so rare in the dark unfortunate 2000s apart. So, when I see ALL OF THIS CRAP happening for a show I love, then.. I must at least scream!

This episode made me in rage. Everything was between forced and absurd. Let's review the awful situation. There are many story-lines : kidnapping Sam, Ed's problem with his wife, Mary's attempt to kill her father, Delinda is pregnant, and this solder who wants to not return to Iraq again. 5 parallel lines. These are sad story-lines before being a jam already. So how about totally STRANGE third act too; where Danny volunteers to fight in Iraq (!??), Mary's father got killed with 3 suspects of the main cast, an armed hit, over and above a sudden "bomb" that explodes the Montecito ??!! I hear someone shouting BUNKUM. I hope it's not me only!

I know that the intention was making a thrilling cliffhanger for the season but that was too much and too fabricated. The "bomb" explodes the Montecito in the same time that Delinda, the pregnant, is standing in front of the exploder ?? Ed is holding his gun towards Mary's father ?? Sam is hitting the suitcase and nobody notices ?? The hotel's camera can record the *Thermo* image of the bags ?? (Maybe this is the tenth generation !). If I have ever written that back in my days as a student in the Egyptian high cinema institute, I powerfully think that my professor would have killed me, because with all of these coincidences, concoctions and twists this is what dumb writing is all about!

Actually, there are more reasons to bother; Nikki Cox lost all of her beauty, turning into sick freak (with not only thin body, but so big and ugly lips !). James Caan looks confused or just too old. Josh Duhamel is trying his best to put the right feelings on his face but what about a wrong stuff was handed over him! So he settled for being serious and tense while he was really clueless. And Molly Sims is always provocative as a character and performance !

There was a character of an American solder that discovers the fact of the American war in Iraq as pointless, referring to the tragedy of so many young Americans who fight and die without any noble purpose to a degree made him that suicidal. This character has been treated so badly, transforming into some caricature indeed, being here just to serve the lousy writing's goal which's just a big BOOM to end the episode astonishingly with !

While this is supposed to be a hot and decent season's cliffhanger, IT ISN'T! It's the desperate try to achieve that hastily (even "Heroes" is a hasty title!). It's clear that some matters were happening under the surface with a season ending in the 17th episode. All in all it is bad TV. And when it comes to solid show like this, then it's so bad!

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