In Plain Sight (2008–2012)
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Good Cop, Dead Cop 

Over a year earlier, Mary had a tryst with an ex-cop/witness from Chicago, who is now being accused of murdering a cop in Albuquerque...also a former officer from Chicago. Mary and Marshall work to prove his innocence.

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Mary has a one-night stand with her witness Detective Robert Patrone but problems abound later when he is then accused of murder. Meanwhile, Raphael admits to Brandi that he had had a brief dalliance with his physical therapist when he and Mary had broken up. Written by Anonymous

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27 July 2008 (USA)  »

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In the opening scene Kenny's arms cross and uncross between shots. See more »

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Marshall Mann: [Watching the television broadcast of the fight between Mary Shannon and Rozanne Lewis] Your grappling technique leaves something to be desired.
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27 July 2008 | by (Battle Creek, MI) – See all my reviews

The show up to this point had its flaws, but overall was enjoyable and, importantly, *consistent*. Listen, writers: you establish a character by showing how they behave in various situations. And while this show is still new and the characters are still being developed, Mary sleeping with the witness is *so* out of character with what's been established so far. As soon as I saw that in the promos, I had a bad feeling. If you had at least built it up a little, but instead you fall back on a cliché. And from there it goes from cliché to cliché to cliché. Five squad cars pulling up, sirens blazing, guns drawn, full Kevlar and handcuffs...to pick someone up for *questioning*? Not even an arrest? With absolutely zero evidence? The lawyers would be lining up to try that lawsuit.

Hopefully you'll get back on track next week. The preview looks interesting. Learn your lesson from this, and don't do anything like it again.


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