Chance and Co are hired to protect a member of the British family that have been marked for assassination.


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British princess Victoria's loyal aid Gerard hires old friend Chace to protect her during a royal visit to New York, suspecting a plot from conservative prince Walter, who considers her misconduct a threat to the dynasty, so they hide incognito. Chance's team must also protect Victoria's American lover, EMT Tony Sorrento, against whom IRA veteran Connor Dunham was hired. Written by KGF Vissers

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7 April 2010 (USA)  »

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Great show...bad episode.
9 April 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I hope the writer for this episode has his resume brushed off, it nearly ruined this fantastic show.

The plot is laughably bad and pushes credulity to the breaking point. Poorly thought out and full of holes, it made no sense and none of the supporting characters behaved in a consistent or coherent manner.

I love this show, and Jackie Earle Haley is wonderful Chi McBride and Mark Valley are a joy as well, up until this episode my gripes had been minor, but in this episode they blossom like ragweed in spring.

British royalty, not even married into, but of the royal bloodline, is going to be assassinated by rogue elements within her own security detail, while visiting the US? What was the writer thinking, at least make her married into the line, which at least is a little plausible. If they had been wanting to off the husband it would still have bothered me but not as much.

This is happening in the US, this is a dignitary of the effective importance of a visiting president, but there is no US security contingent. Why does the princess not pick up the phone and dial the FBI, identify and confirm her identity, and proceed from there, the US law enforcement is not going to dismiss a foreign dignitary requesting assistance in that situation...and on and on.

Aggravating episode, I sincerely hope this was a fluke...

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