Grace's new charge regains consciousness, but communication is a problem, and the team investigates the seemingly unrelated killings of multiple cows and a Hasidic Jew.

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Grace's new charge regains consciousness, but communication is a problem, and the team investigates the seemingly unrelated killings of multiple cows and a Hasidic Jew.

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When Grace shoots the cow, her pistol goes into slide lock, meaning there was just the round in the chamber and there were no rounds in the magazine. No cop, and especially Grace, would walk around with a gun that was essentially unloaded. See more »

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My Baby (Saving Grace Version)
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extraordinary
27 December 2013 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

I have already reviewed the series but this episode merits special attention. In SAVING GRACE we have an A-List movie star working with her own angel while solving horrific crimes. This brilliant series is a strange melding of TOUCHED BY AN ANGEL and THE CLOSER, two excellent productions, but arguably better than each. You have to wonder if by episode 5 in their third and last year, the producers knew this was their swan song, and took the gloves off? In episode 4 of this year, we had a strange story about two angels competing for Grace. It was not a sterling episode by itself, but it indicates a much stronger attention to spirituality than in the first two seasons. And then we have this entry. Never mind the silly name, it is deeply touching on many levels, unforgettable, and highly recommended.


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