A desperate, physically healed Joe is returned to the gang, stark naked and suffering from amnesia, which the others doubt, arguing whether he's now a friend, asset or liability. The night ... See full summary »

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A desperate, physically healed Joe is returned to the gang, stark naked and suffering from amnesia, which the others doubt, arguing whether he's now a friend, asset or liability. The night manager fails to regain control and is beaten to pulp. The program's mean female director sends reluctant staffer Liam Ulrich to take over. In South America, Renbe and his lover-editor run broke but are bailed out of jail by a local clergyman, who gets killed during an escape into the wild. Written by KGF Vissers

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Better than last episode
23 February 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Joe is sent back to the town with no idea of who anyone is. So with amnesia he tries to piece it back together unfortunately the guy who would be most helpful with that is dead. Oh and he doesn't like to be touched now. Meanwhile, Janet's reporter husband's storyline threatens to get interesting.

Marked improvement over last episodes snooze-fest. I actually enjoyed it which came as no bigger surprise to anyone more than myself. Sure there were parts of it that were laughably bad (Joe's facial expressions in certain scenes as well as Erica) but it was still watchable.

My Grade: C+


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