The Beast: Season 1, Episode 8

Mercy (5 Mar. 2009)

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Barker goes undercover as a homeless marine vet to try and find out who is killing young homeless vets. Ex-marine Ellis tries to gain information from the VA Hospital Marine records room on the dead marines.

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Barker goes undercover as a homeless marine vet to try and find out who is killing young homeless vets. Ex-marine Ellis tries to gain information from the VA Hospital Marine records room on the dead marines.

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24 March 2009 | by (Los Angeles) – See all my reviews

There's a blatant mistake at the beginning of the episode... Agent Barker (Patrick Swayze) is looking at the files of two Iraq war veterans who have been murdered, identifying one as a Marine Lance Corporal; the other as a PFC in the Army. But the two photos in his hand both show men in U.S. Army uniforms. A bit later, Agent Ellis Dove, who is supposed to be a Marine vet, refers to his decision not to re-enlist by saying he didn't "re-up." That's an Army term. Re-enlisting in the Navy or Marine Corps is referred to as "shipping over." Additionally, two characters refer to the dead Marine as "corporal." That's just not done. A corporal is a non-commissioned officer; a lance corporal is not. You NEVER address, nor refer to a lance corporal as "corporal."


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