Rushing to a bank robbery, Ben perfectly follows arrest procedure only to see a fugitive commit suicide. Sammy and Nate investigate the murder of a street gang member who was recently ... See full summary »

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Rushing to a bank robbery, Ben perfectly follows arrest procedure only to see a fugitive commit suicide. Sammy and Nate investigate the murder of a street gang member who was recently acquitted of rape, probably ignoring she's the daughter of gang baron Luis Reyes. Russell is amused to see Lidia suffers the same selfish rudeness from her new, domineering partner as he, but gracefully, put up with from her. Written by KGF Vissers

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Crime | Drama | Thriller

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4 January 2011 (USA)  »

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Kevin Alejandro (Det Nate Moretta) and Emilio Rivera (Luis Reyes) previously played father and son in season 1 of Sons of Anarchy. (Marcus and Esai Alvarez) See more »

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Southland hits its stride
23 January 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A self-assured opener, 'Let It Snow' hits the ground running with a gangland execution, workplace rape/murder and a gripping bank robbery. The show's focus it tightened on three sets of partners, and while this has always been an ensemble show, the austerity measures really are to the show's benefit. It also establishes Cooper's paradox: continuing his painkiller addiction is self-destructive, but seeking medical help risks both his job and his entire sense of identity. He's not the nicest guy, but he's clearly defined as a character.

Between that, the friction in Lydia's new partnership (again) and the insane bank shootout, it's a great episode.

8/10


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