Rubicon (2010– )
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Gone in the Teeth 

Will suffers a shocking tragedy. While he considers leaving his job at API, he begins to uncover clues that point to a sinister conspiracy. Katherine questions her billionaire husband's unexpected suicide.




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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Lauren Hodges ...
Roger Robinson ...
Joan Hadas
Barry Haight


Will Travers is an intelligence analyst and researcher. He's pretty good at his job and a bit of a loner, attributed mostly to the fact that he lost his wife and daughter in the 9/11 attacks. One day, notices a pattern in crossword puzzles. He reports it to his boss, David Hadas, who brushes him off and says his imagination is working overtime but knows more than he is letting. When Hadas is killed that night in a commuter train crash, Will is offered his position but a series of events leads him to conclude that his death wasn't an accident. Meanwhile, wealthy industrialist Tom Rhumor commits suicide by putting a gun to his head. Written by garykmcd

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13 June 2010 (USA)  »

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Dated patterns, boring story, decent acting, immersive production, awkward character development and questionable editing
15 August 2010 | by (France) – See all my reviews

Dead boring. It's how I felt while enduring Rubicon's pilot. I gave it a chance for two reasons, the government conspiracy and Jessica Collins. I thought the first could be puzzling and intriguing. It wasn't. Using crosswords to hide patterns is so old ! In fact it's not really the idea that was disappointing but its execution as the protagonist's discovery wasn't well filmed in a creative way. It was a non event. It gets worse if you compare the story to masterpieces like CSI: NY's Death House episode and Prison Break. The last's pilot was mind blowing and once you had seen it you instantly wanted to watch its whole season. Before Rubicon and only after a few minutes I already wanted to switch my TV. The pace was so slow ! Even its cliffhanger was boring and didn't make me curious. As for Collins her dual performance as twin sisters in a Ghost Whisperer episode, "Ghost, Interrupted", was convincing but there her role was far too anecdotic. But still she succeeded in making the story more interesting and I wonder about her relationship with the protagonist. Who's the father of her little daughter ? What's her job ? However the decent acting and some immersive gloomy visuals couldn't save the script. Even the editing was questionable and comprehending the events wasn't easy considering the characters weren't properly introduced. To sum things up forget about it and if you feel like dazzling your neurons my advice is to get your hands on Lost or some dusty The X-Files gems.

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