Ben is in Cooper's bad books and keeps silent when his mentor sides with a child-beating mother and arrests a man from driving under influence from prescription painkillers, while Cooper is... See full summary »

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Detective Sammy Bryant (credit only)
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Peter Wellington
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Katherine Wellington
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Richard
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Ben is in Cooper's bad books and keeps silent when his mentor sides with a child-beating mother and arrests a man from driving under influence from prescription painkillers, while Cooper is dependent on illegal pills. Businesman Peter Wellington's spoiled wife Katherine files a complaint as latest victim of a serial rapist but is uncooperative and dubiously identifies Latino gardener Sergio Moreno, a family father, who panics and makes a tragic run. Cooper testifies against his father being released after 20 years as model prisoner, who even earned a college degree. Written by KGF Vissers

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"Anything's possible with the devil winds a-blowin'!"
27 January 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This doesn't have the anxious intensity of 'Code 4', but it's no less fascinating. Set against the backdrop of the dangerous Santa Ana winds, this features some of the series' finest character development; principally with John Cooper (it's probably no surprise at this point that he's the best character). We see his bonding with an abandoned 8 year-old and his testimony at the parole hearing of his father (where we really find out what kind of monster that guy is). All of this during a period where Cooper is more abusive of his trainee than ever, but it reveals a noble, seasoned and deeply flawed character.

When he's not on screen, it's Lydia and Josie handling a rape case. The cast itself is complicated, but their scenes are elevated by their fundamental disagreements on the matter. It's great stuff when they bicker.

10/10


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