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Sammy overdoes his man of the house role at Nate's home. Identifying the killer proves traumatic. Ben and Cooper are frustrated by rules tying cops' hands to make the public's expectations come true. Dewey champions weird anecdotes telling. Russel accepts, although inexperienced, pleading his ex-partner Lydia's case, while she complicates it by refusing to stay home while suspended and even waits for the new team at a murder site. Written by KGF Vissers

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Things fall apart
27 January 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

'Sideways' can't be any more perfect a title for this episode. Every situation seems to go that way; whether it's a concussion turning into a lodged bullet, a cop who can't i.d. is partner's killer in a lineup or a wayward pedestrian killed in a routine police chase. This is one of those days in which circumstances just turn on everyday people. Phenomenal acting in this one, particularly from Regina King and Shawn Hatosy. It's another Season 3 home run.

The leaked photos story finally comes to an end, vindicating Lydia - but also turning a decent character (Tom Everett Scott) into a real jerk. If I hadn't known that there'd be redemption for him down the road, this bombshell would really irk me.

10/10


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